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With Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, why not get your lover the gift that keeps on giving… and eating and rotting and munching and shambling and biting and stinking? Kind of gives new meaning to the term “brain candy,” no?
Forty-five-year-old British creator and artist Phillip Blackman has unleashed his line of Undead Teds on the UK. These creepy little critters are described as horrifically cute teddy bears hand zombified into quirky gifts for the zombie lover in your life. Each one is a unique, disturbing vision of fluffy gore.
I mean, really, who could possibly resist these things? I want each and every one of them like yesterday!
“Each Undead Ted takes in excess of eight hours to make, not including the time it takes for glue, paint, and varnish to dry, and I price them individually depending on size, complexity, materials used, and time taken,” said Blackman of the zombification process in a recent interview with Daily Mail. “They’ve all been great fun to make, but of all the ones I’ve made so far, my favourites are the Valentine ones, holding their torn-out hearts aloft as a grisly gift to their lovers. Horrible.”
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