Kostoom Arts

Kostoom Arts
Kostoom Arts Kostoom Arts

My name is Killbuck and I am a freelance artist, graphic artist, cartoonist, illustrator and maker of custom Steampunk hats, costumes, accessories, specialized props and fabrications. I'm based out of the Reno, Carson City, Tahoe region. I invite you to browse my site, see my works, and to contact me regarding your interests and artistic needs.

In: Art, Decorations, Sideshow, Steampunk

Esmeralda Animated Fortune Teller Machine

Esmeralda Animated Fortune Teller Machine
Esmeralda Animated Fortune Teller Machine Esmeralda Animated Fortune Teller Machine

Do not fear me gypsy. All I want from you is your tears...

Meet Esmeralda! For just a quarter, she will peer into your soul and tell your future... not bad huh?

Reminiscent of the old, electro-mechanical machines that once filled penny arcades during the early 20th century, this animated mechanical fortune teller, that I designed and hand crafted, is about 1/3rd the size of a full-sized machine yet operates exactly like the larger ones do including giving you a fortune card!

Constructed using all new high-quality materials, the miniature wooden cabinet is small enough that it fits practically anywhere. It measures just 2 feet tall (24"), 10" wide (18" wide lantern-to-lantern) and 12" deep. Once 25 cents is inserted into the coin push, little Esmeralda comes to life! (Psst... We bought it)

$2000 @ Starlite Amusements
In: Collectibles, Decorations, Games, Vintage

Sin in Linen

Sin in Linen
Sin in Linen Sin in Linen

Bedding and bath by Sin in Linen offers soft goods with hardcore style. Featuring Bedding and Bath, Home Décor and Kitchen Linens made of 100% cotton. Products showcase images of Pinups, Skulls, Tattoos and more.

In: Accessories, Decorations, Shops

Scott Bisson

Scott Bisson
Scott Bisson Scott Bisson

Scott Bisson began his journey in glass in Philomath, Oregon when he was seventeen. Bending glass tubing over a flame in a high school chemistry class piqued his interest and unknowingly a lifetime obsession and career began. After several years as a hobbyist, Scott made the acquaintance of Skip Horton and later Buzz Williams. With their guidance and tutoring, glass became Scott’s livelihood and ruling passion. For the next four years, Scott led a dual existence as a flame worker and furnace worker. In 1994, Scott took a class at the Pilchuck School of Glass with the world famous Robert Mickleson. This was truly a turning point. According to Scott, “Pilchuck opened my eyes and imagination to what was truly possible and I have never recovered.” In 2004 he studied and lived in Murono, Italy under the direction of Cesare Toffolo.

Scott has now been blowing glass for nineteen years and is currently represented in close to 80 galleries spanning the United States. He specializes in borosilicate flame-work and translates his love of nature into whimsical representations of the world he sees.

Scott has a very high intensity method of producing art. If he isn’t sweating and racing around like a madman he just isn’t doing his best. He believes energy and excitement always create the best work. Skill just isn’t enough. “I put a little bit of myself into every work of art I create. That is how I breath life into each piece”. Scott hates limitations and takes chances most artists wouldn’t dare. “If I don’t lose a piece a day from getting in over my head, then I am not pushing myself hard enough. Skill is the raw material of a great piece, and drive and energy make it take shape”.

Scott’s family consists of his wife Abigail, son Eric and daughter Amy. We also must not forget the two magnificent Siamese cats, chickens, cow, and other animal dependents. In addition to glass, Scott also designs and builds beautiful homes with his wife, a leading Re/Max Broker/Owner. Scott works and teaches out of his private studio in Philomath, OR. He and his assistant sell their creations to art enthusiasts all over the United States.

In: Decorations


BonesArt BonesArt

My name is Andrew Bones. I'm a sculptor from Atlanta, Ga. My work currently consist of horror based pieces that hang on the wall, magnets and small bronze sculptures. I have always been fascinated by movie monsters, current and old. I am self taught, learned most of what I know about sculpture working in one of the biggest bronze art foundries in the south east for the last 10 years.

In: Decorations, Sculpture

Stelter Creative

Stelter Creative
Stelter Creative Stelter Creative

Where imagination and creation come together!

Stelter Creative is a multi-medium production shop specializing in themed environments, scenic artistry and carpentry, set building, prop making, foam sculpting, vacuum forming, moldmaking, armor and costume fabrication, rotocasting machines and services.

In: Decorations, Props, Sculpture, Special FX
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