Halloween is about horror and there’s certainly nothing scary or interesting about toothless Jack-O-lanterns or cartoon witches. If you want to impress the neighborhood parents, get a classic horror house re-creation from the crafty creeps at Haunted Construction Company.
If it weren’t for the well-trained eyes of real refs, the classic NFL and college football plays depicted in this art poster series would have been bungled. Confusion on the field turns miracles moments into mis-calls. These 11 X 14 posters illustrate the glory of the game when the officials are official.
Enjoy the eerie glow of an X-Ray image at home, without all the toxic radiation or medical expense. This lightbox-style frame contains a real X-Ray photo on real X-Ray film and also features a vintage-look cloth power cord.
Since the development of wooden boards, man has been building incredibly functional shelves with little more than a piece of wood. Here is a new, compact variation of the “shelf” big enough to hold your phone that features a cool wall mount bracket and a magnetic strip to hold your keys underneath.
Sure, arcade games were fun before you learned that the best games are played in the dark. This arcade inspired switch replaces the standard type and features the other kind of joystick plus a pair of noise making buttons. Turn it off and have some fun.
If your kids have been bugging you to get them a horse, maybe try this before going all in on the 4-legged kind. Serene Seahorses’ complete turnkey kits give you everything you need to start your own little seahorse ranch. Tank, pump, water conditioners, even a hitching post. Seriously, a hitching post.
If you were a fan of the WWF in the heyday of the 80s and 90s, you’re probably still a fan. If so, feast your eyes on this poster series of minimalist masterpieces from New York artist Bernie Gross. Featuring Superfly Snuka, The Macho Man, the Hulkster and the rest of the gang, these 11 X 17 posters are printed on 100lb stock with archival inks.
If the hunt for that perfect piece of iconic art for the wall of your bachelor pad has come up short, these fictitious family portraits from TV and film might fill your void. Hand-drawn in color pencil by artist Kirk Demarais, they’re sure to look great between your velvet Elvis and the oil painting of that creepy crying clown.
The term disposable income was coined for stuff like this. It’s a 1:6 scale Hughes MD 500 helicopter but it’s not an RC toy you can fly. It’s a ceiling fan with carbon fiber blades designed by Italian artist Raffaele Iannello.
Depending on how you play it, sometimes life feels like a game. This colorful work of fireplace art, for use in your decorative/non-working fireplace will add to the effect. Designed with a classic 8-bit Zelda vibe, it’ll brighten up your living room without burning a thing.