Friday, September 10, 2010

Lovecraftian Pharmacy Labels

Alex Pearson sent over this selection of medicine bottle and pharmacy labels inspired by Lovecraft's works. They would make fun little decorative props applied to vintage-style bottles, particularly with Halloween just around the corner.

My sincere thanks to Mr. Pearson for sharing his work. Just click through on the appropriate link below to download the full PDF from Scribd. You can also find a copy at over here in Google Documents.

1 comment:

Raven said...

Lovely! What wonderful clues to find on bottles in some googly-eyed gill-necked character's effects (likely to delay some... transition or other), and later in the pocket or purse of some normal-looking ally of the investigator... or, worse yet, at case's end, the investigator's doctor does a check-up, looks concerned, and prescribes him the same medication....

And of course, I'm giggling with glee that Alex used "DA" as the telephone exchange letters for Innsmouth. Will it take anyone three guesses to come up with a full word for that exchange?

(Thanks, Alex!)