Artist Ken Robkin brings us his take on the traditional Cthulhu idol. It's part of an interesting Kickstarter project that features a running narrative leading up to the actual delivery of the idol. It's a clever approach that features the kind of accouterments I adore.
That said, I'm going to hold off on saying it's a good project to support. If you remember, last Christmas I pointed you towards this Cthulhu cultist artifact from artist Allan Harwood. That turned into a huge debacle, with multiple people left with nothing to show for their money. Because of that I've hardened my attitude toward any project where the goods aren't finished, in hand, and ready to ship. Unless I know from personal experience that the artist has a track record of following through on their commitments I'm going to avoid anything that might be seen as a recommendation.
Update: I'm very happy to say that Mr. Robkin has offered to answer any questions you might have in the comments. Just leave a note and I'll get them posted as quickly as possible. I would say that his appearance bodes well for the project.