Japanese modeler Kamonohashizokei creates these amazing, stunning, (insert more adjectives here), realistic animal heads that are mind-blowingly impressive. The realistic look could have us imagine that there is at least some organic/taxidermy base the artist works from. Nope, it’s all synthetic.
The weeping angels are the scariest of Doctor Who antagonists. There are Daleks and Cybermen, but they can hardly compare with the sheer terror of being taken out in the blink of an eye. I’d say Blink ranks pretty close to the best episodes of the new Doctor Who series. That, and The Empty Child. The mask is available on Amazon for $15.
Blink and you’re dead.
Don’t turn your back.
Don’t look away.
And DON’T blink.”
A picture says a thousand words, a Grumpy Cat mask says a gazillion words, or better, none at all. The mask is a Halloween prop, but who says you can’t stock up on Halloween early? Plus, enterprising minds surely could find a way to put this mask to more uses. The full face mask is made of latex and fur for a more authentic look, so you can empathetically express your displeasure without resorting to words. Costs $30.
Wear a latex mask, get the face of a pug. It comes with a touch of creepy, but with some effort, you could actually have the adorable style of the pug going. No, scratch that. This thing is creepy as hell. Costs $35.
You aren’t a werewolf unless you’ve got your face covered in hair and your dog mouth covered in sharp teeth. The problem is that you couldn’t move your jaw after going through the trouble of putting the mask on. This latex and polyester mask ought to take care of that. Costs $19.99.
This mask is like the scariest creeper around. Created by master Steampunk builders SkinzNhydez, the mask is handmade and hand crafted out of leather, with the touches of rivets and buckles. It is finished with acrylic paints and has a soft black cowhide lining for the innards. This one costs $204.50. It also has another sibling with a more grueling look and the same price tag.
Here’s the Deluxe Eagle Mask, for uh… eagle stuff. Costs $20.
Going the way of full on fugly, these knitted monster masks by Tracy Widdess of Brutal Knitting don’t really do the onlooker any favor. The masks depict monsters, aliens, and some of the deepest fugly creations both known, and unknown to man. And we mean all this as a complement, because the monster masks seem to be doing a pretty good job at whatever it is that they’re supposed to do.
A Stormtrooper mask does sound and look like a good companion while riding the wheels. Made out of leather, the mask shows off good craftsmanship. The handmade mask can be safely worn at speeds up to 85 mph, after which we assume the force will make it a bit too uncomfortable to wear. Costs $275.