The inflatable costume is a shark, complete with an open mouth full of sharp-looking teeth. The window between the teeth will make you look as if swallowed by the shark. More of a fun costume, it is a definite must-see and will get laughs from everyone.
Just in time for Halloween, CreepyCute Horrors, an Etsy seller, has brought us back to 1988. Since its release, the Tim Burton favorite, Beetlejuice has captivated imagination and nurtured a fan following.
Halloween Spider Pumpkin Appendages are a great touch for this year’s Halloween decoration. It comes in a set of two sets of legs, two big round plastic eyes, and two pedipalps. Push the metal prong ends into any pumpkin, real or faux, and you will have your very own pumpkin spider.
Okuda San Miguel, known for his distinctive colorful painting style, has redone the once forgotten Faro de Ajo. Located in Cantabria, Spain, it was inaugurated in 1930. Decades later Okuda San Miguel was commissioned to transform the almost forgotten lighthouse.
For the first time in over a decade, GMC has introduced a new Hummer model. The 2022 Hummer EV will be completely green. With an electric power plant, the Hummer EV is a new chapter for ‘the gas guzzling Hummer’.
Halloween and Dracula lovers alike come together to enjoy this one of a kind shelf. The Spooky Goth Decor Coffin Shelf is a great addition to any eclectic home. Just like in the movies, this shelf is shaped like the remembered coffin from which Count Dracula would rise during the night, and hide during the day.
Ferrari Omologata was commissioned by a Ferrari fan, described as a “discerning European client.” Omologata is Ferrari’s tenth V12 engine automobile. The design is based-off the 812 Superfast prototype, meaning it would be a grand tourer sports car.
After watching a music video, Russian artist Konstantin Khlanta decided to begin his journey. After drawing for years, he decided to give another art form a shot. This gave way to his unique art style, portraits using colored string and nails.
Obsolete coalmines, scattered all over Ohio have brought to light a new function to the world of art. Artists, engineers, and other community members want to clean up the pollution left behind by these mines. With their help, artist John Sabraw saw an opportunity to turn the pollution from these coal mines into spellbinding pieces of art. The colorful pigments used in these unique pieces derive directly from the streams of coal mine pollution left behind for years.
Imagine living one on one with nature. A peaceful, quiet place where you can be in touch with true nature. Wouldn’t that be wonderful? Well, there is an architecture firm that wants to make this possible. Score Architects has a proposal for just such a thing.