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Sunday, May 27, 2012

More Nails


As a fellow I don't do nails. I find Trekkies interesting.
The original show is really funny.


Thursday, May 24, 2012

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Seven Deadly Sins


Epic Stephen Webster's '7 Deadly Sins' Jewelry.  I think my favourite ring would be Envy.  My favorite pendant would be Anger.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Bone Bike


All Screaming Skulls members should have one of these!

It is currently on display at the Petersen Auto Museum in Los Angeles. Check out more photos at the following link:

[Link to Bone Bike photos]


Thursday, May 10, 2012

Nail Art - Submission #1

Awesome nail art found on the Interwebz by RicVictorian.

Check it out! RicVictorian found us some sweeeeet nail art - perfect for Hallowe'en, or everyday wear (in my opinion). :-D And you can make the little skeletons dance and talk! Great find, RicVic!

Please keep your awesome submissions coming! :-D 
screamingskullsweirdclub@gmail.com


NOTE: If you find some cool nail art on the Internet, feel free to send it along too if it's SSWC-worthy. Just be sure to include the link to the original source (like RicVic did... see below).



Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Cyborg Rat for el Presidente

Sculpture métallique by jOh'.
I thought of our esteemed member el Presidente when
I saw this awsome rat skull art by sculptor jOh' so thought
I'd post it for her and everyone else's viewing pleasure.
Kinda reminds me of a Tim Burton character.
I wonder what 'eP' would name him?


[Link to amazing art by jOh']

Nail Art - Requesting Submissions!!!

Bloody nail art on Who Killed Bambi?, via The Grind Haus.

Epic nail art... There's only one person I know who could recreate this look with her mad skillz: The Vampire!!! It truly looks like the person has been scratching at the inside of a coffin for, oh, I don't know, a few months after being buried alive!

The SSWC is now requesting submissions - send us pics of your ghoulish nail art, and we'll post them on the blog. Any style is welcome; show us your creativity!

Please e-mail submissions to: screamingskullsweirdclub@gmail.com, and include your name (or alias), where you're from, and what inspired your design.




Skull Bento Lunches



Lunches I wish I had when I was a kid.... Follow the link to see more of these awesomely artistic edible creations!


[via Cakehead Loves Evil]


Victorian Taxidermy Museum Display


This is my latest Arcane project.
I cannot afford a real Victorian museum display from 1800's Britain, as they are rare and can auction for hundreds, even thousands of dollars.
Instead I decided to craft one myself.

The total cost was less than $120!
Created with:
- Dead tree bark / branch: Scavenged from local park.
- Old brass tray from India: Garage Sale
- Roll of artificial moss: Walmart.
- Taxidermy bats from Java, Indonesia: Online Auction

- Reproduction Victorian tiffany terrarium: Online Auction



Monday, May 7, 2012

Atlas Obscura: Guide to Communist Mummies

Lenin's mummy.

Well, I think the title of this post pretty much speaks for itself! Do you know your communist mummies? Check them out after the jump.



Skeleton Keys


If you go to the website (link below) and click on the picture, it allows you to purchase key #2 (the one with the head).


[Link to Skeleton Keys]

[via Bask in Absurdity]


Sunday, May 6, 2012

Everybody Needs... a Batstache!!!

Get your very own Batstache via the Neatoshop!

I think you will all agree: there is never a bad time to wear a Batstache. To go to church, to go clubbing, to meet the inlaws... Timeless and classy, the Batstache instantly updates your look with an air of sophistication. Order yours today!!!




Thursday, May 3, 2012

Stop Covering Up Abuse

The SSWC is back!!! After a quasi-temporary hiatus, we will be posting more regularly again. Many thanks to our blog followers and visitors for your interest in our eclectic tastes! We have much to share, but to celebrate our return, please check out this awesome video - courtesy of the Vampire and misspulga. As always, your feedback is welcome and appreciated!