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Don’t be fooled by their diminutive size, our Miniature Cthulhu Idols will inspire madness in even the most deranged cultist! Measuring in at just under three inches, these idols are perfect for desk and shelf adorning or for use in the Call of Cthulhu RPG.

Available in two finishes: R’lyean Stone and Innsmouth Gold


$12 each or $20 for the set of 2

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This is my 2011 Mazda 2.

I work at a signshop where my primary job is wrapping vehicles. So, I prepared the art, designed the layout in photoshop, and installed the graphics, on my car. It has been turning heads since last fall. I finally got some decent photos, so here it is!

It is a complete vinyl wrap, with no paint showing. Check out the other sides. [link]
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Some of the inch-high amulet style Cthulhu idols in dark green resin with white contrast painted "etching". Cast many, MANY of these over the course of the last month with the excess resin from a couple of larger slush-cast idols that required a lot of pours of thin layers and always had a little extra left unused. These were some of the few that were prefect and that I have taken the time to prepare as most had air bubbles or weird deformations here and there since the occasionally the resin was already curing when poured into the molds... Most of them just have to have the bases cut and sanded back since there was a lot of overflow... will work on them and get them listed as time permits.

These were lightly sanded and then given a coat of white paint, then sanded a little more. After a some work, the color of these looks very similar to the original figures carved from stone (slightly darker than the originals but very close). Surprised and happy about how well it worked for these. : )

Available for purchase here:
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More in different colors as they are made and finished... for now these are only going to be made with excess from larger cast objects and will be whatever colors those happen to be.
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First try at casting this one in a colored resin, with the addition of some bronze powder. A little disappointed since despite taking care to evenly coat the inside of the mold with the cold-cast powder, it was only after demolding it after the almost 2 hour process of mixing multiple separate pours and slush casting to make it hollow that it emerged almost completely green, with a few concentrated patches of bronze. : (
It still looks good and I like it, but was not what was expected or tried to make which was disappointing. Trial and error.

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More in different colors as they are made and as the process gets streamlined.
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After the original was started several years ago when I first started carving and was set aside, it was picked up and finished a few months ago. I teased a photo of it covered in pink goo a while ago... finally you can see what it looks like. The most intricate idol I have worked on and by far my favorite. Picked up the long neglected stone that had been roughed into basic form years ago just to play around with a new style on something that I wouldn't mind ruining if I didn't like where it was going...
Wanted to depict Cthulhu with a much different form than my previous idols since I was getting bored with the same shapes over and over...and more like how I actually draw on paper, with lots of detail and flowing forms. The base is meant to be a sort of portal brimming with squirmy eldritch horror.
I think it has a certain sinister elegance befitting such an ancient horror. : )

This is one cast in a dark, dark green resin. It captured the faceted texture of the original carving and reflects the light beautifully. Unfortunately there were a lot of trapped-air bubbles and some issues with the mold so I think I will need to remold it at some point.
Currently 2 available here:
www.etsy.com/listing/199860263…
More coming eventually, different colors as I try them out.
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Cthulhu
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Metallica + Lovecraft

So, people just keep asking if I have videos of my painting process, so I started recording again...
Anyway, this is the first one for now, you can find it here: youtu.be/yQ3IO0npksE

And to any hardcore Lovecraft fans: yes, I am aware that this doesn't exactly fit the description of Cthulhu or the story itself. No need to tell me.
 

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Some work for Zombie Sky Press
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"It was the eldritch scurrying of those fiend-born rats, always questing for new horrors, and determined to lead me on even unto those grinning caverns of earth's centre where Nyarlathotep, the mad faceless god, howls blindly in the darkness to the piping of two amorphous idiot flute-players."

-H.P Lovecraft - Rats In The Walls
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inspired "At the Mountains of Madness" by horror writer H. P. Lovecraft...
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Thank you all for your kind words, criticism and comments)))
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inspired "At the Mountains of Madness" by horror writer H. P. Lovecraft...
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Thank you all for your kind words, criticism and comments)))
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El Cavaller de la mà al pit
The Knight with his hand on his chest
El Caballero de la mano en el pecho

100x100cm / 39x39"
oil on cotton canvas
available @ Vidrart Galería

Sant Joan i El Greco tenen en comú els cavallers i la solemnitat. Aquest és el meu humil homenatge als dos.
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A servant of the Great Old Ones i did a while ago. I might not be the best sculptor around, but i was pleased that the outcome came close to my original sketch.
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Something I have been working on for awhile, sculpting him in Monster Clay.
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Here is a bust I am currently working on sculpting it in NSP soft. The piece stands at 12" tall on it's base.
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My brand new Cthulhu bust is now available for purchase! It comes unpainted and is cast in solid, greyish-green, semi-translucent resin. This will be offered in a very limited quantity so grab one while they are hot!!!
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Ready to be exposed at the Razor Reel Fantastic Film Festival (Bruges, Belgium), where H.P.Lovecraft is this year's main theme. Next to cult classics such as In The Mouth Of Madness and Re-Animator, they are offering us newer work such as The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu and The Wisperer In The Darkness, in precence of director and Lovecraft expert Sean Branney. Pretty honoured they asked me to create a few "old-looking pages" and glad they were impressed when they got them.
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Some words may only be spoken by the dead.
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Seized during the 1928 raid on Innsmouth.
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Items found in the cellar of an abandoned farmhouse near Arkham, Massachusetts. The cellar also contained the remains of twenty four human beings, some of these cadavers were in a skeletal state and dressed in 17th century clothing while others appeared to be much more recent.
The disinterred corpses were assumed to be the work of a satanic cult, but as none of the remains could be identified the case was quickly closed by local authorities and the bodies reburied.
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Lovecraftian
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This is my tribute to one of the world's best writers!

Here is my interpretation as a poster of the horror
master HP Lovecraft. I feel really happy with this picture.
It went even better than what I expected.
Estimated time of this poster is approximately 12 hours.

I had some problems in the beginning how I would visualize this great master. But I decided pretty quickly that I wanted to do this picture very dark and crude, given that he is a horror novel's father.
I then decided me to visualize the image like an old photo taken around the early 1900's. But I also wanted to make it feel a little more like a painting and therefore decided to make the picture feel like it was painted with watercolor and ink. The results where really exciting.
After that I played around with creating my own texture and highlighted the picture went it to be even darker when I put the texture on. When this was done, I felt that I wanted to bring Lovecraft's works som more. I felt that it was not good enough with "The Old Ones" symbol only, and the book he's written in.
So I took a very appropriate quote from him self. Then did I put in as a typewriter. I know that he hated to write with a typewriter, so I felt maybe this font went even more appropriate given the text;)

Hope you enjoy the picture and if you're interested in learning more about my process, you can watch it on my blog below

www.jimmy-moberg-design.blogspot.com

And if you're keeping track, I will mention when the poster will come out to buy for all the Lovecraft fans out there;)

//Moberg
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Watercolours and inks on watercolour paper

Yet another Lovecraft piece. I had the idea to paint a variation of this piece as a cover for 'Planet Lovecraft Magazine' when they were still in print. Then, when searching for ideas for my sketchbooks for the New York Comic Con this year, I decided to finally put the idea on paper.

It's not often I do humourous work when not creating art for Game-Flush.com, so it was fun to do something a little different. Also, if you're going to the New York Comic Con this weekend (October 13 - 16, 2011), don't forget to stop by Artist Alley table L8. Enjoy!

J. M. DeSantis
Writer - Illustrator

Website: jmdesantis.com
Figmunds: figmunds.com
Game Flush: game-flush.com

UPDATE (8.15.2012): This piece was recently featured on the cover of Innsmouth Free Press' e-book, Innsmouth Magazine: Collected Issues 5 - 7. If you're a lover of Lovecraft and weird, horror fiction, you can purchase a copy of the e-book for the Kindle: Click here to order on Amazon.com
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Cthulhu biro sketch
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This is my third horror movie poster after "Vampire Boobs" and "The Swamp terror"comes now the new film poster Hunted. This picture did I sketche out for a long time back but has been lying down and waiting a while for various reasons. But I decided now to finish it. Wanted to bring in an older sense of a old poster in the coloring. And I wonted it to seem like an old photo and I think that I have succeeded.
I still wanted to retain some colors and not dusturate the image too much because then I thought it lost to much of its charisma as I struggled to keep. However, I am not completely satisfied with the performance of this picture, but maybe I'm a little too self-critical, or so it was that I saw a completely different outcome in my head that I have not reached?
Which case it's an ok poster in which a young woman is attacked by the unknown monster that you see the camera angle of the mouth. It is like the viewer is the monster that eats up pinup girl.
Estimated time of this image from sketch to finished product, I would guess at took me about 10 hours.
I also give thanks to the "poison drop stock" for her (Old Photo Texture)
This helped me on my poster very much.
I hope this poster will do for you viewers out there;)
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Nearly finished painting this one
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Inspired by Lovecraft’s final story, this broken artifact depicts the titular creature grasping for the mysterious Shining Trapezohedron. (5″ x 3.5″)  Included in the August edition of the Parcel of Terror.


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Miskatonic University Special Collections Department
Item # 38592
"Amulet of the Bloody Tongue"

"An amulet associated with the infamous "Cult of the Bloody Tongue" that was known to operate in Kenya in the early 20th century. Carved from a single piece of human bone, the piece is believed to depict the deity known as the "Bloody Tongue", a supposed avatar of the enigmatic entity Nyarlathotep.

According to local superstition, the amulet was worn by the high priest of the cult and was smeared with the blood of sacrificial victims. Tests have confirmed that the blood present on the piece are indeed human.

Item # 38592 may not leave the the M.U.S.C.D. under any circumstances."


Cast in solid resin and individually hand painted. Comes ready to wear or hang on a jute cord.

Measures 2.5" x 5"

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"Miskatonic University Special Collections: Item # 2360

Innsmouth Gold

A solid gold idol sculpture recovered from the Marsh Refinery during the infamous "Innsmouth Raid of 1927". The item's subject is unknown however it is speculated that it depicts one of the fabled "Deep Ones" of Innsmouth lore. This piece is characteristic of the odd style produced by Innsmouth goldsmiths. Innsmouth Gold is exceedingly rare.

Special Note: Item must be contained under glass at all times. Item has been observed to affect electrical instrumentation as well as emit a low frequency hum.

Classification: Hazardous

Idol Measurements: 3 1/2 in tall x 2 in wide
Container Measurements: 4 1/2 in tall x 5 in wide"

mixed media

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Killian Foudation Item #1337129

Confiscated Occult Object- Reliquary

7''L x 2''W x 3''H

1. Reliquary in closed position.

2. Reliquary opened displaying seemingly mismatched anatomical, occult and folkloric images.

3. Full contents of reliquary displayed.

4. Detail of what Killian described as "Embryo of an unknown species of deep sea cephalopod" and that it appeared to be "Cthuuloid" in nature.

5. Two pages from an undocumented copy of the Necronomicon displaying depictions of the elder sign. Additional text has "resisted translation'.

6. Detail of specimen prominently displaying its several eyes. Detail-[link]

7. Detail of specimen revealing its multitude of tentacles. Specimen is approximately 5 inches long. Detail- [link]

Additional Note: Dr. Killian noted on several occasions that he believed he observed the preserved specimen "move of its own accord" and that it was "potentially hazardous".

Classification: Dangerous
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The dreaded tome of the “Mad Arab” Abdul Alhazred, said to contain an account of the Old Ones, their history and the means for summoning them.  Men have gone mad from just a glimpse of its moldering pages!

Cast in solid resin and individually hand painted by artist Jason McKittrick. (Measures 2.5″ x 2.25″)

LIMITED EDITION OF 25

$15 +shipping

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"In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming".
The nightmare corpse-city of R'lyeh…was built in measureless eons behind history by the vast, loathsome shapes that seeped down from the dark stars. There lay great Cthulhu and his hordes, hidden in green slimy vaults.

—H. P. Lovecraft, "The Call of Cthulhu"


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Sigil of Cthulhu featuring markings from the tablet of Rl'yeh and the elder sign around them symbolizing his imprisonment in R'lyeh 'till the stars are right =P I made up this one myself, feel free to modify and use. I'a Cthulhu fhtagn!

O Thou that lieth dead but ever dreameth,
Hear, Thy servant calleth Thee.
Hear me O mighty Cthulhu!
' Hear me Lord of Dreams !
In Thy tower at R'lyeh They have sealed ye,
but Dagon shall break Thy accursed bonds,
and Thy Kingdom shall rise once more.
The Deep Ones knoweth Thy secret Name,
The Hydra knoweth Thy lair;
Give forth Thy sign that I may know
Thy will upon the Earth.
When death dies, Thy time shall be,
and Thou shalt sleep no more;
Grant me the power to still the waves,
that I may hear Thy Call.

In His House at R'lyeh Dead Cthulhu waits dreaming, yet He shall rise and His kingdom shall cover the Earth.

Cthulhu mythos by H.P Lovecraft
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The R'lyeh Oculus

                This relic was found by James Morris one stormy afternoon on Sable Island off the coast of Nova Scotia, in 1801. He had recently been appointed to establish the first rescue station on the island. The amount of shipwrecks on its shores had become legendary, and the Governor  didn't want to leave the shipwrecked at the mercy of Wreckers.

                Morris came across a rickety flotsam shack, half pulled out to sea. The Oculus, and a sodden diary, were found wrapped in oilskins on a fishing net hammock.

                The diary recounted the experiences of an anonymous Whaler. The Orb had spilled out of the stomach of a large sperm whale, along with the jewelry adorned corpse of a vaguely human creature from the sea. While the rest of the crew had torn the strange gold and gems from the rotting form, he had secreted away the large, muck covered sphere.

                When he would gaze into the Oculus, he would fall into a waking dream. Sometimes he would shoot through the ebon depths of the sea like a fish. Other times he would see spectral lights, and impossible cities under the waves. The excitement and freedom he would feel during these times would always wilt under a dark feeling, though. He would feel watched. The more he used the oculus to dream, the more he would feel like a light in the darkness, drawing something closer. If he used it too much, horrible storms would come. At first he could stop gazing long enough for the ship he labored on to make port, but after a while, he had to leave the whaling trade with a reputation for being unlucky. This pushed him from the Pacific, over to the East coast, where no one recognized him. Like any addiction, his dependence on the Oculus grew, as the vistas it showed him became more maddeningly strange and terrifyingly beautiful.

                While entranced in the Orb one evening, he had been shocked to see the silhouette of his own ship come into focus from a great distance. The silhouette grew larger and larger as his mind's eye rocketed towards it like the bow of a ship. He only woke after being shaken by something gigantic crashing through the hull of the ship. All hands scrambled to save the sinking vessel, but it was no use. They all went into the water, and only a handful of them made it to the cold shores of Sable Island. The survivors said that they had hit a shoal, but he had known better. The creature who's mind he had been sharing for months had found him, and wanted its Relic back. He knew, now that it had found him, he would never leave Sable Island with the Oculus alive.

                He spent years trying to stop gazing. When he did gaze, the Thing in the sea would become enraged. This would lead to more shipwrecks around the island, and more guilt. The Whaler, in his last entry, wrote that he had seen the sails of a supply ship down the coast and knew it would be delivering materials to build a rescue station for the island. He knew that his weakness was a reason for the station, and for the many lives lost. It hadn't just been the dangerous shoals. The guilt crushed him, and he vowed to leave the island, and the Oculus, with or without his body. He was never seen again.

                The fevered and fantastic visions the Whaler described in his diary often spoke of a place called "R'leyh". He referred to the object as The Oculus. It was Morris who penned "The R'leyh Oculus" in an inventory ledger when he sent it, wrapped and locked in a safe, to a family friend in Halifax. It was believed lost after a fire in 1874, but resurfaced amidst piles of disturbing paintings and sculpture in a bank seized  storage unit in Great Bend, Kansas in 2003. We purchased it at auction.

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MY FIRST PHOTOSHOP COLLAGE =]

I'm So Exited because it turned out better than I thought it would =]

This is About London, New York and Paris: The Place I would like to live in someday xD

Tell me what you think =]

Credits:
:iconrainydoll-stock: [link] - Paper
:icondigital--angel: [link] - -Old Paper
:iconfirebatata: [link] - Book
Other from other sources =]
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Cthulhu in a jar surrounded by props:)

Update: He's now up on Ebay, find him at:
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Seven glass specimen jars containing abominations produced from Curwen's arcane rituals. Each jar contains a different creature and has a protective occult circle affixed to the wax sealed lid to keep the still living creatures imprisoned.

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this is two-pieces prop that may be used in a future cthulhu live game. It is a little glass bottle full of the strange powder of Ibn-Ghazi with a scroll of aged paper with the recipe to make some more of this powder (transcribed from the Al-Azif and crypted with two codes : one grid code and a ceasar-style code) This prop is based on H.P. Lovecraft writings, a great american horror writter.
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I capped a naturally shed blue parrot feather with a silver plated bead cap, then added pewter moon and star charms, and a silver wire wrapped aqua aura quartz crystal point. This comes with a 24 inch silver plated curb chain.

Feathers can represent freedom from earthly restraints and a lightness of being. They are symbolic of rebirth and the renewal of hope. Found feathers are often thought to be messages from spirit guides.

The aqua aura color is created by bonding gold to quartz crystals with a heating process. This infusion creates protection qualities within the crystals. Aura crystals can shield the body's aura from negativity and they help to promote balance and spiritual awareness.

Available in my store: www.etsy.com/listing/160355386
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This is a sketch of the trademark blades my Main RPG character, Fei Serumen, uses. He's currently in an Exalted campaign as a Day Caste Abyssal, though he's been around since the day's of Dungeons and Dragons Second Edition.

I'm proud of the first blade as the handle looks like a blossoming black lotus. The second one... not so much but still pretty damn sexy.
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well if ever there was a need to comment the title of the picture with a DUUUUH! its now lol, this is the cover for witchblade trade paperback that contains the witchhunt story arc written by Ron Marz and drawn by Mike Choi

for the imaage i used Chois wb design as he was the artist on the title at that time
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hola

a katana commissioned by :iconhakkou:

the theme is dark phoenix, i enjoyed it a lot and decided to bring it to a more detailed, and finished looking line with a bit of shading.

this commission was $10, though more detailed was thrown in for free. 8D
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The Key of Cthulhu.

Sealed in a sunken crumbling temple in a primordial jungle bordering two warring, desperate lands, the Key of Cthulhu has been discovered and brought to the light of day. It's bronze skin is slick and weathered by the countless years of futile caressing by blind and feeble-minded worshipers. The dark alien stone of its pedestal bears the wear of millennia of dripping onyxian stalactites and the crawling of obscene, alien insects.

A lone surviving member of Joyner Studio's first expedition was found clutching this very same idol in his pale bloodless hands, blind and gibbering in an exotic dead language, "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn".

A new expedition has been commissioned by Joyner Studio to retrace the old teams fateful route into the primitive jungle and recover the remaining idols.

[link]
www.joynerstudio.com
20" x 10" x 12" 10 lbs. Cold cast bronze.
Limited to 50 castings.

Joyner Studio is not responsible for insanity or blindness due to proximity to the Key of Cthulhu.

View behinds the scenes of the creation and casting at my blog here at joynerstudio.blogspot.com [link]
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Super and Premo Sculpey. Almost five inches high. I'll add something clever and eldritch if I think of it; I've been painting this asshole all day.

I'm open to suggestions for group submissions.
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My chess-set Cthulhu painted in a tarnished silver finish, with shiny dark red eyes. About 3 inches tall.

CTHULHU MINIS FOR SALE! Perfect for the mobile and discreet cultist. I'm also doing other finishes--currently copper, basalt, and marble. Or, request a custom paint job. Floral, perhaps?
Price for each is $20+shipping. Drop me a note if you're interested in one!

Examples of other paint finishes:
Marble: [link]
Basalt: [link]
Copper: [link]

More Cthulhu!
Six-eyed Cthulhu: [link]
Ammonite-headed Cthulhu: [link]
Squid-thulhu: [link]
Classic Cthulhu: [link]
Spider-thulhu: [link]
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The Key of Cthulhu.

Sealed in a sunken crumbling temple in a primordial jungle bordering two warring, desperate lands, the Key of Cthulhu has been discovered and brought to the light of day. It's worn marble skin is slick and weathered by the countless years of futile caressing by blind and feeble-minded worshipers. The dark alien stone of its pedestal bears the wear of millennia of dripping onyxian stalactites and the crawling of obscene, alien insects.

A lone surviving member of Joyner Studio's first expedition was found clutching this very same idol in his pale bloodless hands, blind and gibbering in an exotic dead language, "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn".

A new expedition has been commissioned by Joyner Studio to retrace the old teams fateful route into the primitive jungle and recover the remaining idols.

[link]
www.joynerstudio.com
20" x 10" x 12" 10 lbs. Cold cast marble.
Limited to 50 castings.

Joyner Studio is not responsible for insanity or blindness due to proximity to the Key of Cthulhu.

View behinds the scenes of the creation and casting at my blog here at joynerstudio.blogspot.com
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This week’s item is one we’ve been excited about for some time. We present to you the Mythos Ouija Board! Designed around the traditional spirit board from the Spiritualist movement, this piece has a markedly different purpose. Instead of contacting the dead our Mythos Ouija Board will put you in contact with the Old Ones!

More correctly known as “Mythos: Eye of Azathoth” this vector of communication bears the image of the Daemon Sultan surrounded by the alphabet and flanked by smaller images of Nyarlathotep and Cthulhu. Also included is a resin cast glow-in -the-dark planchette sculpted in the form of a Nightgaunt with a Lovecraftian Elder Sign above its head.

Each Mythos Ouija Board is a high quality screen printed image on heavy-duty cotton canvas. We tested this against the traditional cardboard mounted boards and found the canvas option to be much more durable and easier to store. The canvas is also completely resistant to scratching when moving the planchette over the surface.

Board measures 12″ x 15″
Nightgaunt Planchette measures 4.5″ x 3.5″

NOTE: Crypotcurium guarantees that domestic orders for this item will arrive in time for Halloween!

AVAILABLE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!
$45 + shipping (U.S. Customers)
$ 55 + shipping (International Customers)

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