Macabre

Gingerbread Cookie Cutters with a twist

by Jamie Sanford on November 22, 2010

Gingerbread cookies are obviously a holiday favorite, but why not make it a little different with a touch of humor? Holiday cookies can be used as gifts, snacks, decor, so having fun with them can go a long way.

(Speaking of random, here’s a link to the gingerbread Wikipedia page.)

These gingerbread cookie cutters will make any holiday cookie that much more creepy and macabre.  I’m all about items with a little sense of humor and fun to them.  I love traditional holiday stuff as much as the next person, but I love my holiday cookies with a side of random.

Here’s a video of Anne Burrell from the Food Network making some gingerbread cookies. (Click here if you can’t see the video.)

And here are some other gingerbread cookie recipes:

The ABC (for Already Been Chewed) are available from Amazon for $11.33.

What’s your favorite holiday cookie recipe? Do you have a favorite gingerbread cookie shape?

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Buildings of Disaster

by Jamie Sanford on March 17, 2010

A bit macabre for some, but others will love this.

Notes from the Moss website, where these are available.

Souvenirs of human tragedy, even violent events, are a part of our object-history. Each year hoards of people visit the battlefield of Gettysburg and the site of the car crash which killed Diana, Princess of Wales. Perhaps we embrace horror so that we may contain it, even feel some sense of control over it.

Buildings of Disaster is a project begun by Boym Design Studio in 1998.

Click on each image to go to the product page.

The Dakota, $150.

Three Mile Island, $150.

The Watergate, $150.

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