The Art of Darkness

Fake Anything

December 28th, 2011 by Cobwebs

Miami SliceI am a sucker for “fake reality” products like Last Exit to Nowhere’s T-shirts and the various 826 Stores’ wares, so I was most pleased to stumble across Fake Anything.

They describe themselves as a, “creative consortium dedicated to visionary interpretations of mythic media references,” which essentially means that they create representations of everything from Buffalo Bill’s Body Lotion to Sarlacc Warning Signs.

Best of all, they want you to play too:

If you’re an artist or designer, and you need release – release it on us.
If we like it, we post it. We’ll make you fake famous.

So if you’ve ever had the desire to design a business card for Herman Munster or a Yellow Pages ad for the Bates Motel, now’s your chance. There’s a whole community of like-minded artists who’d love to see your stuff.

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  1. pensive Says:

    I would kill for some of that lotion. Really. Not just a little white dog, either.

    *might be exaggerating, maybe not*

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