The Art of Darkness

Another Darn Week of Link Dumps

March 14th, 2016 by Cobwebs

The Homicidal Homemaker – Dirge interviews the creator of a gothy online cooking show.

1930s “Blue Monday” – The Orkestra Obsolete covers New Order’s hit using only instruments that were available in 1933. It’s sort of a weird niche, but it works. (Hat tip to Pixel Pixie)

Alice Isn’t Dead – New “dark fictional” podcast from the creators of Welcome to Night Vale.

@ZombieProblms – Amusing parody account which explores the plight of the undead.

The Utterly Uninteresting and Unadventurous Tales of Fred the Vampire Accountant – The story of Fred, who was an accountant before he became a vampire, and remained one afterwards. There’s also a sequel, Undeath & Taxes.

Horrifying Stories Made Comforting And Anodyne: The Cask of Amontillado – What I hope is the start of a new series from The Toast.

Addams Family Cross-Stitch Pattern – One of many awesome patterns available from this Etsy shop. (via Spooky Moon)

DIY Candelabra – Tutorial for creating a floor-standing candelabra from thrift-store finds.

Skullhub USB – Four-port USB hub shaped like a skull.

Wire Scorpions – Instructable tutorial on making wicked little scorpions from twisted wire.

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  1. Cat Says:

    Oooh…the Homicidal Homemaker looks super.

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