Cthulhu Skull

The shape of this skull suggests just one thing... TENTACLES!

Cthulhu Skull

Drooling Buddha

Tiny Skull

Tiny Skull

Cleaver Girl

Cartoon girl graffiti with bloody cleaver, kitchen knife, and innocent smile

Visions of Terror!

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Oh man. This is really scary. hehehehehe.

Happy Samhain!

Update (9th nov):
More details at http://uk.youtube.com/user/VisionsVideos

Plasticine Zombies!!!!!!

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Two of my favourite things in the whole world... Morph was never as good as this!

The attention to detail in the Goths' house is wonderful. I love the picture hanging above the settee and the spiky, flowerless plant.

The blood-squirting scenes are amazing, and must have taken hours to set up. I especially like the part where the Goth has her hand chopped off.

This is crying out for a sequel. If you can't wait, there's more on Takena's YouTube channel...


I recommend "Chainsaw Maid".

Cthulhu Rising


There was a strange spate of CTHULHU graffiti around the Hyde Park area of Leeds in the mid-1990s. Chunky letters hinted that the stars were right and tentacles would soon be on their way. This was the last piece to survive.

I took this photo back in June 2004, when the paint was wearing thin. You can't really make it out at all anymore. When it was new the red paint gave the impression of boiling blood!

It was just off Hyde Park Road, around the back of where the Newlands pub used to be. The one that burned down in the 1995 riot.

All of the Cthulhu graffiti was done with letters in this style, usually with a thick outline. The biggest piece was along the wall of Royal Park School - the same one that's now an official graffiti wall. It just said CTHULHU in big reptile-green letters, six-foot high and forty-foot long!

Another well-known piece said CTHULHU RISING, this time in a sea-sickness inducing shade of blue. It was behind Prince's gym and you could see it on the way up Hyde Park Road. That piece disappeared when the building it was painted on was renovated.

Update: (16th December 2008) panoramio.com has a photo of the CTHULHU RISING piece. The building in the background was derelict for about a decade, and looks like just the place for some mad cultists (students live there now). The photo information at Panoramio dates it to 30th July 2008, but that's incorrect. The wall was replaced by garages when the house was renovated in 2005 or 2006.