Well, it’s Halloween season so things like the Skull Pendant Light do deserve an extra mention. Available in black and white, the skull pendant lamp is suspended by a braided fabric wire. Each hand-built skull costs $83.
Hot Tug hot tub boat lets you unwind with utter relaxation. And by utter relaxation we mean it lets you sail in water and enjoy a hot bath at the same time. Capable of accommodating six to eight people and 2000 liters of water, the boat makes use of a wood stove to heat the water. It does take a while for the water to heat up, but that probably is an acceptable cost to pay, apart from the pocket crunching $24500 that the boat wants.
The new season of Dexter came out recently, and apparently Showtime hired Redditor pommedauphine (Magnolia Bakery, NYC) to make cupcakes to go with the Dexter theme. The cupcake is red Velvet with whipped vanilla icing, shards of sugar glass and red simple syrup splatter. Another Redditor LunaMcLovin also took a shot at Dexter cupcakes that you can see in the image after the jump.
Representation of buildings from the London skyline give these tights a look like garters. In all fairness, they don’t need to look like anything, they’re pretty cool. Costs $34.
Artist, photographer and professor Rob Kesseler used the prowess of a scanning electron microscope to capture detailed view of various flora in a set initially inspired by medieval stylistic illustrations and Dutch flower paintings. The micrographs are stunning, vibrant and lovely, to say the least, with the items under the lens giving up their secrets with ease for the camera to see.
Artist and Etsy seller Tony Larson has a pretty sweet collection of terrariums for our eyes to feast on. Star Wars inspired terrariums obviously tickle a few cells in our geek brain, especially when they’re done so well as these ones. The set includes Yoda, R2-D2 and and an Ewok.
Deviant Art user Alice Sanders has an amazing gallery of face painting and makeup that transform the subject so very completely. It looks fun, sometimes scary, but mostly magnificent.
Looking set for the season and decoration, the inflatable Pac-Man Halloween decoration does very well seem to echo the spirit of “trick or treat.” The ghosts never know if they’ll have a Pac-Man treat or end up in the jaws of the yellow monster. Costs $55.