Who doesn't want a bust of one of the most important philosophers of the modern error?
I recently took advantage of a sale happening on the Puma website to load up on several models of their classic Suede Sneaker.
When the giant box with the Puma logo on it arrived at my door it contained the straight up Puma Suede in "high risk red" and "white", and "green sheen" and "palace blue", as well as a pair of Suede Classic + LFS in "dark shadow" and "black", and a pair of Suede Classic Crafted in "dark denim" and "blue bird".
A few select pieces of gear were also ordered from other retailers in matching colors so I can get my "mushroom belt" on.
Just arrived in the mail, my 3XL "Mickthulhu Mouse" tee, combining the terror of the Old Ones with the terror of commercialism, from Tee Fury!
This design, much like my last purchase "Hey, Cthul-Aid", is by the artist Beast Pop and available on a whole host of consumer products across the web.
How DOOM got a Wallabee before Ghostface is beyond me.
But if I had some dollars I'd be all over these bad boys!
DOOM embossing? Reflective cross-stitching? Butter leather?
I got home from an early morning overtime shift today to a package containing my birthday gift to myself, this incredible "Hey Cthul-Aid" tee from Tee Fury!
Though I copped mine from Tee Fury a quick internet search popped up a few retail results, including options courtesy of the artist Beast Pop's own shop!
I. Must. Have. This.
If you know me, you know I love Rob Zombie, 'House of 1,000 Corpses'
, 'The Devil's Rejects'
, the character Captain Spaulding, and the actor Sid Haig.
So you also know I gotta have this "Munny"-style vinyl Captain Spaulding action figure from Funko to have, hold, and put next to my similar Mola Ram figure on my record shelves.
Seriously though, my birthday is this month, so somebody should make me a very happy pop-culture ephemera-collecting old man and buy me this!
Just in time for Elektrix to send back my EBOX-44
in working condition, Serato has released these ill Limited Edtion clear marbled entries in their Lost Your Marbles line of control vinyl.
It looks like they've sold out at most retailers, but I suspect I could still find some on the web somewhere, or else I could settle for the Glow in the Dark joints they have on their site.