A YouTuber named MorRokk didn't want to leave her dwarf caiman out of the Halloween fun, so she created a sweet suit of Iron Man inspired armor for the cute little chomper, so he could live out his superhero dreams.
Despite his heroic costume nobody gave this little guy any candy because they were afraid he'd bite their hand off.
Superheroes, especially the reptilian ones, live an extremely hard life...
To say that the optical art installations created by Esther Stocker are trippy would be an understatement, because they are positively mind altering!
Each space evokes a unique perception shifting feeling in simple black and white, and even the individual pics of the rooms have a unique optical effect on the viewer.
No, not spaghetti and meatballs, but spaghetti inside meatballs! Instructables member bajablue writes, "I do what the voices in my Tool, Tackle & Recipe Boxes tell me to." And we should all be thankful, for this is the result: meatballs stuffed with mozzarella and angel hair pasta.
Rainbow Dash and Big Macintosh? Never in a million years would I have thought those two would get together. Now Big Mac and Fluttershy--that I can see.
Well, I hope the couple is happy together. This cake topper by Diana K. Torres will certainly contribute to a grand wedding.
Yup. I got Elmo back in '05 on the second day of Muppet season. A single .30-30 round from about 80 yards.
Well, no. I can't claim credit. The wife of redditor Wizzer2801 has been making macabre crafts with classic cartoon creations, including a Kermit dissection kit and an Abominable Snow Man rug.
Why do these bloody toes taste so good? Because they're actually cookies! Natasha Collins made these cookies as well as severed ear cakepops. Good news, couples: she also does wedding cakes!
Let's play a game of word association. Ready? Okay.
You're thinking about grenades, right? Taiwanese artist Tu Wei-Chang understands. That's why he made chocolate versions of military-grade weaponry for an installation called Happy Valentine's Day.
Matt Dixon shares his love of Halloween with the world through his fantastic illustrations, which feature ghoulish gals and frighteningly freaky monsters.
They're colorful, sometimes a bit racy but never NSFW, and each incredibly detailed piece pops on the page, it's art that's actually fun to look at!
Mimblex knitted squid versions of the six major characters of My Little Pony (L-R: Pinkie Pie, Applejack, Fluttershy, Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle and Rarity.) My favorite feature is Applesquid's little cowboy hat.
UPDATE: 8/29/12: Oops! These are knitted, not crocheted. Thanks, Miss C.
My Neighbor Totoro and The Avengers are two movies which are unlikely to ever become the subject of a crossover project, but the idea alone makes for some really cool fan art!
Check out this adorable mashup created by DeviantARTist samoubica, who feels that the cute and cuddly nature of the Hulk has been overlooked. Hulkoro needs a hug!
We've seen other works of literary art, like the carved book works of Guy Laramee and the mystery book sculptures left in libraries across Scotland, but this series of literary sculptures by Oklahoma based artist Kelly Campbell Berry have a lot more character than the competition!
Each sculpted book depicts characters from classic literary works coming to life across the pages, acting out scenes from the book and posing for a fabulous tableau.
Just wait until Luke Joker and Leia Quinn learn that they're brother and sister.
On second thought, I don't think that the Joker will mind.
Jen of Epbot attended the most recent Star Wars Celebration convention. She compiled the best mashup costumes there, including Captain America the Ewok, Boba Lantern and Ackbar the Ghostbuster. You can view them at the link.
One two bunny's coming for you.
Three, four better lock his door.
Five, six grab some carrot sticks.
Seven, Eight better stay up late.
Nine, Ten never hop again.
Michelle Coffee made this plush that will hopefully inspire the creation of a children's version of A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Live your life like Hunter S, Thompson did, and you could find yourself arrested, wealthy, loved by fans, insane, lauded as a genius, or dead. Who wants to take those chances? It's much safer to pretend you're Hunter S. Thompson with the board game modeled on his best-known book, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. It comes with fake drugs and explores their effects and interactions. Take a look inside the game developed by Jonathan Baldwin at InventorSpot. Link
Love The Neverending Story tattoo that John posted a couple of days ago? Then take a look at these beauties: Phil Garner's Labyrinth tattoos by Richard "Bez" Beston of Triplesix Studios. I see Hoggle, Goblin, Sir Didymus, The Fire Gang, Ludo, and The Worm. Bowie and his, uh, "package" is inexplicably missing.
Flavorwire has 24 more tattoos inspired by children's movies: Link - Thanks Russ!
They're just a bunch of handbags out on the town, no big deal on the fashionable Hollywood streets.
Wait, this picture was taken during the 2011 Halloween festivities in West Hollywood? That explains the clown...
Photo: Brent Moore/Flickr
This clever Melanie Daniels costume, a character from Hitchcock's classic horror film The Birds, is so easy to put together that anyone can make it.
All you need is a vintage dress and jacket, blonde wig, some stuffed birds and lots of fake blood.
Elvis may have physically "left the building", but his spirit lives on inside this cute little dressed up dog!
He ain't a hound dog, but his barkin' all the time drives the poodles in skirts wild. I think they're blinded by this little guy's bold personality and oversized belt buckle.
This clever costume really brings the Van Gogh theme to life, and aside from that wire around his head it looks like a fairly comfortable costume to wear.
We applaud this guy's painting skills, creativity, and the fact that he still has both of his ears!
Photo: Mandy Jouan/Flickr
This roadkill kittie decoration may not be to your taste, but at least it will spark up conversation when the legions of candy crazed children arrive at your doorstep!
Now, before your heart drops remember- this is only a plushie, no cats were harmed in the making of this hilariously tacky decoration.
Photo: Stella Hwang/Flickr
Clever costumer Stella Hwang created this fun Finding Nemo costume with a bunch of balloons and a Nemo plush.
The illusion is completed when you view this costume from far away and Nemo starts "swimming" around!
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