Our new Crow Mask makes you look just like a crow or we’ll eat… well… crow. It’s perfect for dressing as a bad omen or eating roadkill without being judged. Find a creepy scarecrow and prove him wrong. If only Hitchcock had lived to see this.
This realistic, latex mask cries out for you to scare old people feeding stale bread to birds in the park. Find a comfy spot (do not attempt to perch on electrical wires), cock your head to one side, then another, and stare at people with your beady, enigmatic corvid eyes.
Spring is finally starting to creep into the air, which means wedding season is also approaching. Our new Horse and Unicorn Wedding Cake Topper is perfect for that “special” couple that wants their wedding to be a wee bit different. This 6-1/4″ tall polystone cake topper features our Magical Unicorn Mask and Creepy Horse Mask on a bride and groom. (The bride and/or groom may be blushing, but it’s hard to tell because of the masks.)
Yesterday we introduced the Horse Head Squirrel Feeder and today, thanks to intrepid photographer Jim Zielinski, we’ve got our very first action shots of the feeder in use by a real live squirrel. The squirrel is enjoying a tasty snack while looking utterly ridiculous. It’s perfect:
It turns out that the Horse Mask is even funnier when it’s on a squirrel! This hanging vinyl 6-1/2″ x 10″ squirrel feeder makes it appear as if any squirrel that eats from it is wearing a Horse Mask.
Put some peanut butter on the shelf inside this squirrel feeder and as the squirrel eats it, he’ll be wearing the horse mask. Feeds and humiliates squirrels at the same time! You’ll laugh every morning as you drink your coffee while staring out the window into your backyard.
We love spotting our products in the wild and there’s something particularly cool about seeing depictions of them in people’s artwork. So we were delighted to spot one of our Deluxe Finger Monsters in this wonderful painting by Midwestern artist Ken Keirns:
Entitled Social Network, it was part of a solo exhibition of Keirns’ artwork, “Deja Vu, Selected works from Ken Keirns”, which recently took place at the Madelife gallery in Boulder, CO.
If Honest Abe were here today, we think he’d want to emancipate the flavor in our bland food. And now he can, thanks to a 3″ tall ceramic likeness of his head that you can fill with salt and a 2-1/2″ tall ceramic top hat for pepper.