This Diablo III Skeleton King statue was created by Samo Kramberger of Slovenia. It stands at 36cm without the base (which Samo stresses is just temporary), was sculpted in polymer clay and painted with acrylics.
Allison Chase Makeup is worth checking out. The Kansas City based business has a large portfolio on display on Facebook. Each picture is a stunner.
This bone pistol duelling set and the guns below are the creation of Bruce Mahalski. His work has been included in exhibitions since 1997 and, safe to say, has its own look. On his bio Mahalski notes that he started collecting shells, fossils and bones at a very young age, copying his scientist parents who […]
Remember Audrey II from the Little Shop of Horrors? He was one demanding plant. Dangerous too. It’s a good thing that Audrey II won’t come back to life as a dangerous skeletal monster this Halloween… oh. Wait… This fantastic, real bone, creation was put together by Forgotten Boneyard who sell dark and weird creatures on […]
This is a rather clever looking game. Billy Bones comes from Belgium and the game designers at Megableu. Here in the UK, Firebox have the exclusive and I hear plans to run a TV advert. The premise is fairly simple; the Billy Bones character is actually a protector capable of spinning around to randomly project […]
These are rather awesome. They are circuit board fossils by the mixed media artist Peter McFarlane. He’s successful and talented enough to have a presence over at Saatchi Online. For me, it’s the contrast between the old/the fossil and the new/the circuit board that makes this work stand out so cleverly.