I don’t buy into conspiracy theories about the illuminati hiding prophetic images in the convoluted folds of currency, but somebody had to have intentionally placed all these hats in there… right? There’s no way that’s a coincidence. That’s all I’m sayin.
A split violin was the impetus for this Naked Lunch-esque beetle violin, just presumably without the talking or hallucinatory wackiness. Jake’s Steampunk contraption features a carapace that opens and closes, as well as fully articulated legs, which can be positioned to wear on your back! Make your very own wearable steampunk violin musical instrument beetle backpack fashion plate (phew!) at instructables.
Metallic Triceratops Tractor by Alex “Wreckage” Wright
Created for the Mutoid Waste Company and spotted on the streets of Shoreditch, London, the dinosaurs would never have gone extinct if they’d just had a platoon of Triceratops Tanks to fend off the Cave Mans. It was definitely a tactical disadvantage to not have invented the wheel. Dumb dinosars!
Hold it right there, that pencil holder is not for putting in your mouf! Inspired by Ashtanur, a local pita bread of Jerusalem, this handy faux pita bread hides leather straps when laid out, perfect for holding all your pencils, paintbrushes, makeup, scissors, flash drives, and presumably delicious ingredients if you don’t mind the mess.
Available for purchase at etsy, though sadly you will not be making real ear-gouging polka music with this nor playing backup for Weird Al (are there other instances in life you might use an accordion? I have no idea!).