Still remember artist Mike Doyle’s spooky Victorian LEGO house? It is one of the coolest LEGO creations we’ve ever seen and is not something that anyone can make. Well, now we don’t have to. Since LEGO will release a highly detailed Haunted House set. As part of Monster Fighters Collection, this Haunted House consists of 2,064 pieces and costs $179.99. These spooky boarded up LEGO mansion is equipped with three floors, and even comes staffed with six live in residents that include a vampire and vampire’s bride, a Zombie chef to prepare meals, a butler Frankenstein, and of course 2 glow in the dark ghosts. It is scheduled to hit the retail in September for Halloween. Dare you enter the Haunted House? [source]
Happy Halloween! As the most creative holiday, what special cupcakes you prepared or saw at the Halloween party this year? Here, we rounded up 21 Creepy and Unusual Halloween Cupcakes found from internet so far. Pretty cool? And don’t hesitate to share us your awesome cupcakes finding during the party. And all in all…Happy Halloween and enjoy the cupcakes. [source], [source], [source], [source]
Ray Villafane never stop amazing us by his incredible pumpkin carving skills. When we are still shocked by his creation of Lifelike Pumpkin Face, he just finished another masterpiece via transforming two of the world’s heaviest pumpkins (including the world record-holder) into a super-creepy zombie tableau. The “pale flesh Brant and Eleanor Bordsen’s 1,693 pound pumpkin was used for the zombies” and the world record-holding 1818.5 pound pumpkin from Kelsey and Jim Bryson was used as the base. These lifesize zombies are so realistic, dripping pumpkin guts and clawing their way out towards their intended victims. That is just totally amazing! [source]
For Halloween, what could be more festive than a dressed up skull? The company Our Exquisite Corpse worked with the Huichol people of Mexico to create these beaded skulls. The Huichol people believe in the power of the Sun God, ancestor spirits and the four principle deities – Deer, Corn, Peyote and the Eagle. They live in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Western Mexico and habe a long history of creating beaded art. Each beautifully patterned and brightly colored skull features intricate craftsmanship and are uniquely different from one another. It is really impressive to see these incredible hand beaded skulls and I bet it will be one of those most eye-catching Halloween decorations.
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