Cthulhu has come out of the ocean to become a lamp

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Design on Thursday 27 February 2014

Who’d expect a hundred-foot malevolent being that hibernates under the ocean would make for a really nifty and crafty (Get it? Get it? Because H.P. LoveCRAFT) lamp? Craftsman Karl Dupéré-Richer spent many months in his home, taming and restructuring the towering giant from pieces like: a flowerpot, an umbrella base, 30 cans, lots of PVC pipes, two bike tires, A PVC patio chair, one acrylic globe light, a few car body parts, and garden hoses.

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The Cultists Guide to Lovecraft on Film

Mary Furlong Reader Find

By Mary Furlong in Cool Websites on Tuesday 7 February 2012

H.P. Lovecraft and Scooby-Doo!! I’ve watched more episodes of Scooby-Doo than I like to admit and haven’t read a single word of Lovecraft’s, but that’s all about to change now that I’ve discovered this treasure trove of Lovecraftian arcana.

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Arkham Horror

Aaron from Old Worlds Reader Find

By Aaron from Old Worlds in New Trends on Tuesday 7 June 2011

Here’s a board game not for the faint of heart. Loosely based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft (especially The Call of Cthulhu), Arkham Horror from Fantasy Flight is one of the most elaborate games you can find. Play time is typically four to five hours. Each player chooses an investigator, and as they explore […]

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The Music of Erich Zann

Contributions Reader Find

By Anna Papachristos in New Film on Wednesday 29 September 2010

While H.P. Lovecraft regarded The Music of Erich Zann as one of his greatest works, he could have never predicted that his prolific short story would some day be turned into an astounding short film.

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Santiago Caruso

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Illustration on Monday 4 January 2010

Drawing from art nouveau, classical mythology, and surrealism, Argentinian illustrator Santiago Caruso creates some of the most arresting images I’ve seen in a while. His illustrated version of H. P. Lovecraft’s short story The Dunwich Horror perfectly visualizes the late horror writer’s words.

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