thenearsightedmonkey:

In less than a minute ‘What It Is’ alum Jason Gray ‘films’ invisible hands gutting a IBM Selectric typewriter, leaving behind just its sad plastic carcass.

Why are videos like this so oddly satisfying?

Jason Gray’s newest works, a collection of monster reliquaries, can be seen on the 7th floor of the Humanities Building, University of Wisconsin-Madison beginning Sunday March 17th through the 22nd.

you learn a lot about something by taking it apart…

cavigliascabinet:

Lent drawing #11.
People always forget mermaids are monsters, too.

cavigliascabinet:

Lent drawing #11.

People always forget mermaids are monsters, too.

cavigliascabinet:

In honor of her birthday today (b. 1905), a peek at my Anna May Wong themed Valentine’s Day card! This one, and others from this series will be available in my Etsy store soon.

cavigliascabinet:

In honor of her birthday today (b. 1905), a peek at my Anna May Wong themed Valentine’s Day card! This one, and others from this series will be available in my Etsy store soon.

(via Fantasy Ink: Monster Puzzle Art)

R.L. Allen painted these scenes of Universal Studios Monsters. The art was for jigsaw puzzles published by Whitman in 1969. 

(via Fantasy Ink: Monster Puzzle Art)

R.L. Allen painted these scenes of Universal Studios Monsters. 
The art was for jigsaw puzzles published by Whitman in 1969. 

beautyandterrordance:

Lon Chaney Jr. and Elena Verdugo, in House of Frankenstein.

beautyandterrordance:

Lon Chaney Jr. and Elena Verdugo, in House of Frankenstein.

(via srta-kubelik)

Maybe we all have in us a secret pond where evil and ugly things germinate and grow strong. But this culture is fenced, and the swimming brood climbs up only to fall back. Might it not be that in the dark pools of some men the evil grows strong enough to wriggle over the fence and swim free? Would not such a man be our monster, and are we not related to him in our hidden water? It would be absurd if we did not understand both angels and devils, since we invented them. — John Steinbeck, East of Eden (via liquidnight)
(via and everything else too: Monsters, Ghouls, & Assorted Creeps)
In 1965, someone named Paula presented this "horribly funny stationary pad for writing to that certain SOMETHING in your life!" —and for only 59 cents too!…

(via and everything else too: Monsters, Ghouls, & Assorted Creeps)

In 1965, someone named Paula presented this "horribly funny stationary pad for writing to that certain SOMETHING in your life!" —and for only 59 cents too!…