The Art of Darkness

Link Dump in a Strange Land

September 27th, 2013 by Cobwebs

The Creepiest Photo Album – Collection of creepy photos, sadly without explanation or individual attribution. There are also Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.

Benito’s Halloween Mixtape – A month-long celebration of Halloweeny music.

Skull Collages – Interesting artwork made from old photos. These would make amazing quilts.

The Dead Celebrity Cookbook – A collection of recipes passed on from now-deceased celebrities. I’m assuming they were alive when they passed them on.

Bang Boom Pow Design – Etsy shop which does unique custom invitations in themes like Jane Austen, Silent Film and 8 Bit.

Skirt 1717 – This black-and-white corset dress is gorgeous.

Vaudevillean Anti-Drinking PSA – Interesting set of snapshots from a 1906 performance of “Death and the Lady.”

Chief Brody and Jaws – This is a hilarious kid’s costume.

Der Golem – Several stills from the 1920 silent movie, suitable for wallpaper or website banners. The golem looks oddly familiar, although I can’t place why.

Dead Sea Salt Chocolate – Appropriately-themed artisanal chocolate. There’s also Bloody Orange flavor. (Hat tip to xJane)

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4 Responses

  1. Fiend4Halloween Says:

    Love, love, love the photoalbum, the mixtape and the Jaws costume. Thanks for posting!!

  2. xJane Says:

    That is an interesting quilt idea!

    Borg invitations!!!

    I do love the look of black lace over white or cream. And hey, this is only €1,300!

    I kind of love the thought that the reason people drink is because of a skeleton with a bag on his head.

    The mixtape is a fun idea, but I hope he turns it into a Spotify playlist when he’s done.

  3. Terri Says:

    Especially awesome link round up this week! The creepy photo albums are fantastic, love the Jaws costume and the photo collages. The vaudevillian photos nearly made me spit out my (non-alcoholic) drink. I think the Dead Celebrity Cookbook is going to be part of my Christmas gift to my father in law.

  4. Kapprika Says:

    Lovely set of links, I especially liked the Jaws costume.

    The Simpsons did a segment featuring the Golem in Treehouse of Horror XVII, so maybe that’s why it feels familiar.

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