The Art of Darkness

Link Dump at Tiffany’s

April 1st, 2016 by Cobwebs

3D Rendered Photo Urn – A Japanese–of course it’s Japanese–company will turn a photo of a deceased person into a 3D topper for their cremation urn. (via Spooky Moon)

The Suicide Note as Literary Genre – Interesting meditation on the literary value of famous suicides’ final notes.

Wishbone – Cute platform pumps decorated with bones. (via Jes)

MAKE’s Guide to Backyard Forts, Treehouses, and Other Fun Playspaces – Series of DIY projects, because everybody needs a backyard fort.

Death and Rebirth in the Animal Kingdom – Lovely, grotesque illustrations depicting animals decomposing as part of the “circle of life.” (Hat tip to xJane)

Decomposing Bodies Power Ethereal Cemetery Lanterns – Interesting concept design for a cemetery featuring lamps powered by decomp gases.

Floofs of D&D – Series of illustrations featuring cats as various Dungeons & Dragons characters.

Baby Cthulhu Print Skirt – Cute print skirt featuring li’l Elder Gods. (via rattus)

The Mysterious Secrets of Uncle Bertie-s Botanarium – Flight of the Conchords’ Jemaine Clement has a new, fantastical podcast.

Simone’s Robots – This isn’t goth, but it’s awesome. Simone Giertz is the self-appointed “Queen of Shitty Robots.”

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  1. Laurie Brown Says:

    The lights powered by rotting bodies looks like it would be lovely, but bodies don’t decompose forever. The place would be kind of blah after Uncle Herb was down to bones!

    Loved the article about suicide notes… I always wonder about couples who commit suicide together. Are both equally willing? Did the wives in those two the author mentioned see life without the husband as an unbearable prospect, or did he tell her she couldn’t live without him? The women didn’t leave notes…

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