It’s Halloween weekend. Forget horror movies though. If you really want to be scared, then all you have to do is look away from your mirror and your Instagram selfies and look at the people around you. Because as the great philosopher Sartre said, hell is other people.
He liked dressing in a Green Lantern costume while he was alive. So when 50-year old Renato Garcia of Puerto Rico died, his sister decided it would only be fitting to dress him up in costume and then prop the corpse up on the wall for all visitors to see.Read more "A Corpse Dressed Like Green Lantern? Only in Puerto Rico."
What this is — supposedly— is a video called “Unedited Footage of a Bear,” which starts out as an innocent nature documentary but is quickly interrupted by an informercial for an allergy medicine called Claridryl. And the infomercial never ends… It shows the darker side effects of the drug and just wallops you on the head with the gruesome possibilities, the inner voices that never stop.Read more "The Infomercial That’s Basically a David Lynch Nightmare"
Musician Flying Lotus has made a career for himself crafting music that others may deem so far off the beaten path it’s practically wilderness. It makes sense then that his music videos tread that same razor’s edge between visually entertaining and flat-out, batshit crazy.
I present you with two examples of his music video craziness.Read more "Flying Lotus Loves Twisted Animated Music Videos"
Originally posted on Emma Thomas (Miss Cakehead):
Delighted to be able to share a preview of a small campaign for American Horror: Freak Show we have just completed for Fox. I may be biased but could not be happier with an edible hamper destined to sum up the freak circus vibe of this new show,…
Originally posted on Not Your Role Model:
I am not dead and neither is this blog. It’s crunch time here at work and I only have time for a hurried post before I trudge back to the boring paper work I have piled on my desk. So for Weird Wednesdays, I give you this music…
It’s unbelievable what bakers can do with cakes nowadays. Consider this: a London-based creative director named Emma Thomas — better known as Miss Cakehead — is creating an edible horror farm this year in time for Halloween.Read more "Zombiepocalypse? I’d Rather Have Cakeageddon"