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Keep It Weird: Decorative Gourd Season

Ripe for the picking, these squashes will provide a centerpiece like no other.

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Keep It Weird: OMG Shoes

Art for your sole.

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Keep It Weird: All in the Family

You don’t have to follow a bloodline to discover your kindred spirits.

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Keep It Weird: Eternal Flame

Nothing sets the mood quite like the soft glow of gargoyles and poo.

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Keep It Weird: Winged Victory

Not even First Class seating can rival the trans-atmospheric flight of fierce forelimbs.

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Keep It Weird: Storm a-Brewin’

As you stock up on candles and batteries this weekend, dark forces may drip in where you least expect them.

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Keep It Weird: All Dolled Up

That’s it. Your plastic spawn are sick and tired of sugar cookies and frilly socks.

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Keep It Weird: New Skin

Tear back your singed, summer-weary epidermis to reveal the raw shine of novelty.

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Keep It Weird: Epic Yarn

A woven organism breathes through its knots, wrapping its embrace ever tighter.

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Keep It Weird: Burning Man Awaits

It’s time to stock up on furry-ruffle-glitter spandex and manifest the post-apocalyptic pixie persona of your dreams.

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Keep It Weird: Mo Money

Alternative currency means more than community-based dollars. Your funds are safe out on the fringe.

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Keep It Weird: Let There Be Light

Find your way with lanterns bright enough for the inky crevices of your subconscious.

Keep it Weird: Theremin Pumpkin Has Me Excited for Halloween

This just in: The Geekery Category is infiltrating the wholesome handmade pumpkin patch and seeding weirdness. SymetriColour has mystically transformed this benign plastic toy into a creepy electronic jack-o-lantern with flashing eyes and creaking theremin sounds, sure to scare away those pesky trick-or-treaters. Halloween for audio-hackers never looked (and sounded) so good. I don’t know… Continue reading