The Art of Darkness

The Link Dump Around the Corner

November 22nd, 2013 by Cobwebs

Malayan Flying Fox – This photo of a hanging bat is lovely. I love the light shining through its wing.

Playing with Fear – Kickstarter for a documentary on the history of horror-themed video games. There’s a teaser clip.

Silver Broomstick Necklace – Intriguing, rustic-looking broomstick. This would be a great gift for a witch.

The Ginvent Calendar – Like an advent calendar. Only with gin.

Bat Tea Light Holder – Attractive wall-mounted bat candleholder. The same site has lots of other gothy items too.

Omnia Oddities – Really unusual resin jewelry featuring silhouettes of bats and spooky trees.

Corset-Story – Huge selection of corsets and related apparel, including a whole section of steampunk stuff.

Sharkini – This “shark bite” swimsuit is all kinds of awesome.

Lich-House – Short story by Warren Ellis.

The Smithsonian Will Allow 3-D Printing of Artifacts – If you’ve got access to a 3-D printer, this is a pretty fantastic resource. The collection of patterns is small at the moment, but should continue to grow. (Hat tip to WitchArachne)

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5 Responses

  1. Laurie Brown Says:

    O.M.G.

    I do hope that 3-D printers come down in price soon!

  2. xJane Says:

    It looks like a leaf!

    How much do I want that advent calendar? So much.

    That tea light holder is gorgeous!

    Those bracelets are also incredible—I wish I wore bracelets more (all that typing—it gets in the way).

    Corset Story is one of those places I’d like to have a shopping spree at.

  3. WitchArachne Says:

    I’m so ridiculously excited about the potential of 3D printing for archaeology that I can’t even talk about it because every time I start it turns into an essay about technology and science and the sharing of cultures in a global communtiy and I can tell I’m being boring and rambly but there’s no way I can summarise it without being too simplistic so I just yay.

  4. xJane Says:

    Oof, that is a chilling story.

  5. Terri Says:

    I love the tea light holder, so beautiful! The resin bangles are lovely and interesting as well. And I really, really want a 3D printer.

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