This is a hand painted resin cast of an original polymer clay sculpture based on the clown that terrorizes a pinata in this hilarious commercial for The Atomic Candy Shop. Available ONLY at The Atomic Candy Shop in Denton, Texas. www.atomic-candy.com
This figure is a hand painted resin cast of an original polymer clay sculpture based on the rarest of giant Muffler Man statues. The Texaco Big Friend was a giant fiberglass statue built by International Fiberglass as part of an ad campaign for Texaco back in the 60’s. They made hundreds of these guys to be distributed to gas stations around the country in an effort to promote their friendly service. “Trust your car to the man who wears the star” read the patch on the giant’s left shoulder. The campaign didn’t quite work out as envisioned […]
One of the coolest Muffler Man statues ever made was the Astroland Spaceman which stood at the Astroland amusement park in Coney Island back in the early 60’s. According to Joel Baker of American Giants, there were only 2 or 3 of these spaceman statues made. The only surviving statue is the Gemini Giant in Wilmington, IL. Although the giant Astroland Spaceman is long gone, I’ve brought him back in miniature form!
Although she appeared late in the 1935 sequel to Frankenstein and then only for a few minutes, Elsa Lanchester as The Bride of Frankenstein became an icon that endures to this day. It’s all about those lightning streaks of white hair, isn’t it? This magnet is a hand painted resin cast of an original polymer clay sculpture that measures approximately 3 1/2 inches tall (8.89 cm).
Happy 2017! This year’s bald head is named Generalissimo Previous bald heads can be found here, here and here
Standing just shy of 2 ½ inches (6.35cm) this is a hand painted resin cast of an original polymer clay reproduction of the iconic Moai from Anakena Beach Rapa Nui (Easter Island). WARNING: Choking hazard! Keep away from babies and small children. Not for children under 7 years of age. This is NOT a toy!
This is a hand painted resin cast of an original polymer clay sculpture based on the iconic image from the 1902 silent classic, “A Trip To The Moon.” Measures nearly 4 inches (9.52cm) in diameter. Hangs on the wall with one firmly embedded anchored screw or nail.
History in 3D In 1934 Italians who were permitted to vote went to the polls to choose “yes” or “no” for a list of 400 members of the chamber of deputies chosen by the Grand Council of Fascism. Benito Mussolini was in full command as the leader of the Fascist Party and dictator of Italy. This bizarre and visually striking display adorned the headquarters of the Fascist Party in Rome at the time of the vote; Mussolini’s menacing visage surrounded by the word YES. The message had all the subtlety of a sledgehammer. “Yes” received 99.84% of the vote. When […]
If you’re looking for something weird to put on your fridge may I suggest my fridge magnet of Peter Lorre as Dr. Gogol from the 1935 thriller “Mad Love.” Directed by the legendary Karl Freund, “Mad Love” was Lorre’s American film debut in which he portrayed a brilliant surgeon obsessed with a married actress. Each magnet is hand painted and measures approximately 3 1/2 inches (8.89cm).
WARNING: Choking hazard! Keep away from babies and small children! These are NOT toys! Each of these tiny skulls is a hand painted resin cast of an original polymer clay sculpture. Each set contains one skull with a jawbone and one without. About the size of a US dime (about 2cm), these skulls are great for a fairy garden or terrarium. Two versions in various colors: VERSION 1: VERSION 2:
WARNING: Choking hazard! Keep away from babies and small children. This tiny skull is a hand painted resin cast of an original polymer clay sculpture. It’s about the height of a US dime (roughly 2 centimeters tall). Backed with a surprisingly strong magnet. Various Colors: