The Art of Darkness

I Wandered Lonely as a Link Dump

January 6th, 2017 by Cobwebs

Stiffs – Come for the Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool, stay for the irreverent obituaries.

Neolithic “Spirit” Masks – Apparently the Stone Age featured Death Eaters.

Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Collection – Currently free on Kindle. (As is the complete Conan the Barbarian.)

Christopher Lee Discusses Peter Cushing – Included in the interview are tidbits regarding Lee and Cushing’s shared fondness for Sylvester and Tweety Pie.

Dungheaps & Dragons – Where does all the effluvia in your standard D&D dungeon go? This RPG aims to find out. The basic idea is described here.

Spider Embroideries – Artist Adam Pritchett embroiders spiderwebs into holes in fabric, then adds spiders around the edges. This would be a brilliant way to fix a hole in a piece of clothing.

Stephen King’s Peanuts – Artist Hal Hefner created this great double homage to Charles Schulz and Stephen King.

JacobinCalendar – “The ORIGINAL twitter based French Revolutionary Calendar.” Accept no substitutes. (Bonjour! Today is Marl day in the Snowy month in the 225th year.)

Abbot & Hast – Publications and tchotchkes for funerary professionals. They sell cute little model hearses and lapel pins with legends like “Embalming Artistry Professional.”

Building the Ultimate Dungeon Master Screen – This DM screen made for a gamer gift exchange is gorgeous.

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  1. Laurie Brown Says:

    Love the spider web embroidery.. I might just be able to resurrect my old wool jacket that the moths ate into by copying this!

  2. Mim Says:

    Peter Cushing and Steven King are one of my all-time favourite double acts. Such gentlemen!

  3. Witcharachne Says:

    I’m struggling to think of any clothes in my ‘to fix’ pile with large holes in them so I’m thinking I might have to make some holes in my clothes. Those web embroideries are too gorgeous not to do.

    And man, that DM screen is gorgeous but definitely for the DM who works from home. I can only imagine having to cart all that to a friend’s place or a store.
    Definitely something I’d like to make for The Man though. He can cart it around instead ;)

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