The Gashlycrumb Tribbles

The Trouble With Tribbles, adapted by Edward Gorey

Shaenon Garrity has taken the Star Trek classic episode, "The Trouble With Tribbles," and showed us what would have happened had it been adapted into illustrated book form... by Edward Gorey. This is almost a perfect morbid whimsical geekstorm.

In order to restore the cosmic balance, someone must now turn The Curious Sofa into an episode of Stargate Atlantis. Ready? Go.

Found via Cabinet of Wonders.

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By |November 1st, 2007|Art|0 Comments

What Happens After Z-Day?

When Zombie Clowns Rule

About the only way to make a scary clown scarier is to make it an undead scary clown. So bravo to the people who worked on this Worth1000 photoshopping contest which lets us know what things will look like once the world has ended and zombies rule all. It would truly be a "Necrogarchy."

Hey, you know...that's a catchy title for a short story.

Ahem.

Oh, but anyway, here's a bonus zombified bit. I feel so dirty for liking it. And it is Not Dindrane Friendly. I'm just saying.

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By |October 30th, 2007|Art|0 Comments

The Lost World Exploration Case by AlexCF

Lost World case by AlexCF

AlexCF, that mad genius who keeps making replicas and props and things (all of which make me cry my geek heart to sleep at night because I got no dinero to bid on his goods) is at it again. Mercilessly he creates wicked shit and then dangles out in front of the the whole internet. And we, masochists that we are, wouldn't have it any other way.

This time out he's tackling Professor Challenger from The Lost World. No, this is the Arthur Conan Doyle Lost World not the craptastic Spielberg sequel. It's a case from where Challenger ascended to a plateau in the rainforest where dinosaurs still lived. The case was found in 1951.

The list of what's in the case is formidable (as you might expect), but a brief sampling of the bits follows:

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By |October 27th, 2007|Art|0 Comments

Bloody Saw Scarf!

Monster Crochet's Bloody Saw Scarf

There's nothing like morbid arts and crafts, is there? Here you've got what they're calling "The Saw That Dripped Blood...SCARF." It's a two person saw (so it's long enough for your neck, natch) that is bloody from its last victim. Perfect for making people wonder about your sanity on windy days.

The pattern's available if you want to try your own.

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By |October 26th, 2007|Art|0 Comments

Lisa Snellings-Clark: It's Halloween Sale Time Again

Lisa Snellings Clark, who we've mentioned a couple of times before (because she's just That Good), is having her annual Halloween sale again, and the good news is some of the stuff is priced so even webmasters could afford it.

By |October 11th, 2007|Art|0 Comments

They Looked Up At Me and Said, "Hey Mister, Are You Tall?"

The Little People art project by Slinkachu, which we've mentioned before, has an installation at Nuart in Norway.

By |October 11th, 2007|Art|0 Comments

AlexCF Brings You Pickled Cthulhu

"Contained in the box are a series of bottled samples, rock samples, detailed notes, mad ramblings, diagrams, maps, a directional compass, compass, pencil, and of course the spawn of Cthulhu, sealed within a specimen jar."

By |September 30th, 2007|Art|0 Comments

Plush Hellraiser: The Box. You Snuggled It. We Came.

Flickr user Koalajoe has posted some evil looking plush Hellraiser recreations. Not only do you have a Pinhead pin cushion (can there seriously not be one of these for sale somewhere already?) but also a plush Lament Configuration.

By |September 28th, 2007|Art|0 Comments

Peter Chan's Artwork

Peter Chan appears to be able to do just about anything, honestly: from crazed sci-fi characters to illustrations you'd love to see in a comic book to cartoony bits to designs for sets you'd love to shoot some noir-horror movie on.

By |September 27th, 2007|Art|0 Comments

Suggestive Doodles

Sick, twisted and wrong, not to mention NSFW. I'm describing your mind after you watch this, surely.

By |September 26th, 2007|Art|0 Comments