Oh. My. G-D. Xenomorph high heels. I … I kinda want them. I wouldn’t be able to walk in them, but I absolutely could sit around and look decorative while wearing them. Except for the tiny issue that the facehuggers still kind of freak me out, and I don’t know if wearing a few of them on my feet would make me feel less afraid, or if it would make me need to check my feet every few minutes to make sure they hadn’t come to life and were skittering toward me. My irrational phobias, let me show you them.
Via aliensandpredators, an Alien facehugger on etsy. On the one hand, that’s some amazing modeling work; well-done, you people! On the other hand, NO. The facehuggers freak me out (it’s the similarity to spiders), and there is NO WAY that I would be comfortable with that in the house. (And I say this as I am looking across the room at the life-size Predator bust we have.)
Tho’ he doesn’t know it yet, @PeteVenters is filled with longing for this toy to be a real thing.
Pop goes the alien!
ALIENS poster (1 of 3). Predictably, this product did not test well with the toddlers. If you’re in Hawaii, check out the show at the Ward Titan on October 24th.
Funny. Although this would’ve seemed a more appropriate poster for Alien than Aliens
It’s an automatic reaction: see something related to Aliens, think of @PeteVenters.
I’m posting this mostly for @PeteVenters - H.R. Giger, the alien designer for the film Alien, at his drawing board, Switzerland, 1978. Photographed by Eve Arnold.
It doesn’t matter how many times I see it: My Little Xenomorph never stops being funny.
Heels inspired by Giger’s Aliens. I could never, ever walk in them, but DAMN. Impressive.
A look at the some of the inspiration behind the late Alexander McQueen’s latest runway collection. wickedhalo »