Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Cthulhu Fhtagn! Schnuth Edition.

Michael Schnuth of Scarecrow Studios brings us this kitbashed Cthulhu idol.  It's crafted from a Halloween skull and Venom superhero model kit detailed with putty.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Classical Cthulhu

This Venus de Milo/Cthulhu mashup comes to us from artist Patrick Bacon.  As with so many other recently featured works it was designed digitally and then 3D printed.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Cthulhu Fhtagn! Adventure Depot Edition.

Double the Elder God, double the fun!  Adventure Depot brings us this pair of clay Cthulhu idols.  The larger piece is wonderfully alien, while the smaller is very similar to some of Copper Centipede's work.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

That Voodoo That You Do

Behind the Rows Studio brings us this nicely done voodoo fetish figure.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Species Unknown

This incredible creature is the work of artist Dogzillalives.  The teeth are lobster claws, while the body is made from glass hemispheres embedded in the Super Sculpey skin.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The Solomon Stone

It is said that King Solomon created a vessel in which he trapped many demons.

His vessel was made of brass and bore many strange symbols. Once he had trapped the demons he placed a seal on the vessel which carried another strange symbol. This symbol would prevent the demons from escaping.

The heart of the Solomon Stone is a sphere of solid Silver Sheen Obsidian, which is known to have the ability of drawing and holding dark energies. The brass ring around it shows the symbols that King Solomon placed on his original vessel. The three crystals arranged around the Obsidian sphere, outside the brass ring (Moldavite, Smokey Quartz, Phantom Quartz), enhance the power of the Obsidian and draw the entity in. The symbol on the base then holds the dark entity in place, trapping it in the Obsidian.

This amazing occult artifact comes to us from the workshop of James Ewing. It's just one of the many pieces collected by his ancestor Victor Ewing, a famed occult investigator.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Bottled Nightmare

Andrea Falaschi returns to our pages with this Cthulhu-themed bottle.