Curious devices, forbidden artifacts, mysterious creatures, and intriguing documents.
The gifted George Tsougkouzidis returns to our pages with this intricate Cthulhu altar in faux bronze.
Polish sculptor Kamil Markowski brings us this massive Cthulhu plaque.
Professional tomecrafter Mille Cuirs returns to our pages with the Black Book of the Dead Crows.
Atelier Fantastique returns to our pages with two variations of their leather Flayern LARP helmets.
This fantastic collection of LARP props comes to us from Maiden Forge. Scrolls, tomes, an alchemist's chest...it's glorious.
If you're a mage, you have to look the part. Wurutana brings us this nicely done wizard's hat and wand, just the thing for impressing the mundanes. The set has a very "Discworld" feel.
This detailed recreation of the Daedric Armor set from the Elder Scrolls series comes to us from Daniel Patava. It's almost all made from EVA foam.
Professional bookbinder Alex Libris returns to our pages with this beautiful medieval-style leather journal. Featuring hand tooled embellishments and custom book hardware.
This nicely done Cthulhu plaque comes to us from Mihatl Sculpts.
It's one thing to throw on a robe and call yourself a cleric. It's quite another to create a complete shrine dedicated to your divine patron. Sirbanditxd brings us this ornate LARP prop, a portable shrine to "Ultor".
This clutch of Cthulhu castings come to us from Jason Leach of DVL Studio. I like the warty, nodular skin texture.
The Monster Sandbox brings us these traditional gaff-style shrunken heads.
Steel for muggles, wood for wizards. Alice Tochylovska returns to our pages with her occult tools, crafted with the assistance of a helpful pair of goblins.
Live Adventure LARP brings us this icky Cthulhu spawn costume from the Conquest 2019 LARP event.
This amazing Cthulhu sculpt comes to us from artist Fotis Mint. I love the mix of organic forms and textures.
Wyrdcor returns to our pages with these hand forged iron Mjolnir amulets.
This recreation of the Kurgan's helmet from "Highlander" comes to us from Ugo Serrano. If there was ever a franchise that was ripe for a reboot, this is it.
Maarten Verhoeven, one of my favorite Mythos artists, brings us this digitally sculpted Dagon idol. It's apparently the master for an upcoming casting from an unnamed client.
The amazing Tom Kuebler returns to our pages with the skull of Edward Mordrake, the infamous man with two faces.
This particularly octopoidal Cthulhu plaque comes to us from artist Danny Cabaña.
EmpDenmark brings us the latest release from giftware company Nemesis Now, a new Cthulhu idol sculpted by artist James Ryman.