Christine McConnell’s Monster House #celebratephotography


This project is insanely awesome. Happy Halloween! From My Modern Met:

Artist Christine McConnell has a spellbinding knack for spooky transformations. She typically focuses on baked goods as she takes ordinary treats and turns them into extraordinarily creepy creations. But this time, McConnell decided to set her sights on a much larger canvas: her parents’ house. Using foam core insulation boards, paint, green lighting, a fog machine, and a few additional supplies, the artist brought the ordinary residence to life as a Monster House. Complete with snarling teeth and menacing eyes, the house is a noticeable shock to anyone who casually passes by the neighborhood.

Read more and visit Christine McConnell’s site


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