DesignerCon 2012: doubleparlour

11:30 PM on 11.11.2012 // Brian Szabelski
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Handcrafted creatures from the corners of the imagination

The creations of doubleparlour are really ones you'll love ... or hate. They aren't the cuddliest sculptures in the world, and for some, they might be the stuff of nightmares. But to me, there's something interesting about seeing what doubleparlour comes up with, in the same way Guillermo del Toro's work can fascinate folks. With names like Bogruffians or Harvestmaw or Bashlu, these things look and sound like wild beasts from a far-off land.

If you've never seen doubleparlour's work before, now's a good time to get acquainted with it. Check through our gallery for some DesignerCon booth photos of the sculptures on display and let us know what you think!

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