Aggronautix has all your faves like G.G. Allen, The Meatmen’s Tesco Vee, Descendents’ Milo, Andrew W. K., and Circle Jerks’ Keith Morris. All Throbbleheads are a customized likeness of your favorite legend. The Plasmatics’ Wendy O’ Williams Throbblehead isn’t Tesco Vee in drag. They all closely resemble the actual performer they depict.
So simple, so useful. “Genius seems obvious in hindsight.” Don’t know who said it, but I’ve repeated it plenty. We tend to think of “new ideas” and “innovative inventions” as a cell phone that’ll start your car on a cold morning or a pill to make some part of you bigger, smaller, harder, or worry-fre
While trolling for cute girls on MySpace, I stumbled across Coffin Case, a company that makes coffin-shaped guitar cases. Their website is filled with super hot girls posing with the various models of cases, and they make cases that will fit every guitar I can think of (well, except that goofy guitar Prince uses).
Evil Now is an electronic catalog/newsletter for Shane Bugbee, a self-promoting lunatic who’s been discovering/reselling/producing weird shit for 20 years now: CDs, DVDs, books, art prints, tee shirt, etc. And shot glasses. Serial killer stuff, Anton LaVey stuff, Dana Plato’s Last Breath… You know, the classics.
Under the guise of waterproof vibrating massagers comes the Big Teaze Toys’ line of playful pleasurables. There’s the Finding Nemo-esque Fishie, the Tickle-Popzzz (which makes it oh so much fun to say that I’m a Lollipop Girl), the variety of Rubber Duckies (the S&M Bondage duck is my personal favorite), and last but not least, the phallic Wormie.