Want to scare the living daylights out of your mate? Douse yourself with some Blood Bath Shower Gel, call out for help from the shower and watch the madness begins. It could be great for an April Fool’s Day gag, but you risk giving others a heartache.
Cherry-scented and stuffed into a IV-styled blood bag which has a rope to hang in your shower and looks like extra thick blood, all for only $8.99.
Large-headed porcelain looking female portraits brings to mind Lowbrow art (at least in my mind, e.g. Mark Ryden’s work), but these artworks by Italian graphic designer Dilka Bear are more delicate in nature and are quite beautiful. Check out some of her limited edition prints.
We all have heard of Dick and Jane Books. They have been around since the 1920′s. Dick, Jane, and their friend Sally, are youngsters who have fun playing amusing pranks, frolick with their dog Spot, and make fun and fascinating discoveries. Dick and Jane have also been the brunt of countless farces and internet memes.
Now it is time for Dick and Jane to step into the world of the Supernatural. Behold…Dick and Jane and Vampires!
When innocent Dick and Jane meet a creepy, cape-wearing vampire, the unexpected happens: he becomes their friend! Dick and Jane and Vampires borrows from the classic stories and art we all know and love, but adds an of-the-moment twist: a vampire, illustrated in the classic Dick and Jane style.
I don’t know how well this will go over. Will parents actually get this for their children? I would if I had kids (but I’m a little warped). The next book will be Dick and Jane and Zombies. Mark my words!
This book is REAL and is available for pre-order.
After.Life (directed by Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo) opens with Anna (Christina Ricci) and her boyfriend Paul (Justin Long) trying to get their groove on in bed, but Anna is not having it. She is distant. It is obvious this girl is unhappy and doesn’t want to talk about it.
At the school where she teaches some older kids are bullying her student Jack and Anna steps in to protect him. A box of baby chicks are on a table in the classroom and Jack peeks inside and tells Annie “That one is dead” about one chick in particular. The chick is far from dead and Anna replies, “No, it’s not, it’s just afraid”. Nice slice of foreshadowing to say the least.
There is something obvious underlying problem with Annie, which is made apparent by her constant pill-popping habit, her solemn state around Paul and comments Paul has made about her mother. At dinner where Paul was planning on proposing to Anna, she misunderstands him when he breaks some news to her and an explosive argument ensues. Anna leaves the restaurant in a hurry and gets into a car accident and dies. Tragic!
Post mortem she is in the process of being prepped by the funeral director, Eliot Deacon (played by Liam Neeson) when she wakes up and Eliot informs her she is dead. But how is she speaking to him if she is?
Music video for “Wanderland” by Hermanos Inglesos feat. MeMe, directed by Kristof Luyckx & Michèle Vanparys. Visually stunning and funny!
Check out these unique wearable origami pieces. It’s jewelry made from actual money, designed by Tine De Ruysser.
6 necklaces from 6 continents (inside-out: China, USA, Australia, Europe, South Africa, Argentina