Rita Hayworth gave great face ❤️#fleamarket #spooky #spoopy #halloween
a fucking pirate king at that
And it’s awesome because she started as this fucking proper Lady who was expected to marry a wealthy and accomplished, but one she did not love, but instead fell for the blacksmith and became a pirate, fucking shit up and taking names.
And she rocked every fucking second of her story, from Lady to Pirate King.
Museum of the Weird at Creature Features! #creaturefeatures #rollycrump #museumoftheweird #hauntedmansion #thehauntedmansion (at Creature Features)
Meeting Rolly was amazing! I thanked him for being so creative and bringing so much joy and enchantment to me! I also showed him my @daily_sparkle skirt which he loved! Then he signed my book!! #rollycrump #thehauntedmansion #hauntedmansion #smallworld #enchantedtikiroom #creaturefeatures #disney (at Creature Features)
Tribute collages of the art of the Haunted Mansion’s main creators: Marc Davis, Claude Coats, Ken Anderson, Rolly Crump, and X. Atencio
Rolly Crump’s fantastic designs for Disneyland’s unbuilt “Museum of the Weird” are the inspiration for an exciting tribute show at Creature Features in Burbank. The exhibit of over 70 pieces of Crump-inspired artwork opens this Saturday evening and runs for only two weeks. Rolly himself will attend the opening reception!
Of course, we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to build something ourselves following one of Rolly’s original drawings. The magical “Tower of the Weird” stands 9.5 feet tall and is made of hand-carved wood painted in acrylic colors, with metal fittings, a pottery cauldron, vintage jewelry hardware, glass and brass beads, 1960s Craft Master crushed stone, Swarovski crystals, and a vintage silk tassel.
More images on our Facebook page.
”Museum of the Weird” Tribute Show.
Rolly Crump explaining the “Museum of the Weird” attraction. In one concept for the Haunted Mansion, the main walk through (this was prior to Doombuggies) would take guests through the mansion, while a spillway area would house the Museum of the Weird. The queue would go through the Museum of the Weird, letting guests experience the effects. Other plans called for the area to be a themed restaurant like the Blue Bayou.
Rolly Crump worked with Yale Gracey on a number of the practical effects, including the organist above. After Walt’s passing the Haunted Mansion project was reworked and the Museum of the Weird was removed. Some of the effects that Crump and Gracey were still used for the final attraction.
You can read a great article on the Museum of the Weird at Doombuggies.
All ready to meet Rolly Crump today at Creature Features in Burbank wearing my @daily_sparkle haunted mansion dress!!! #creaturefeatures #rollycrump #hauntedmansion #smallworld #enchantedtikiroom
Various vintage Monster charms, etc. from vending machines (1960s)
LOOK AT THIS NIGGA SPITTIN THAT OTHER WORDLY GAME GATDAMN
A surprise ship appears
wow…. um… yes. Yes to this emphatically.
Future relationship goals
1956- Gordon Parks documented the everyday lives of an extended black family living in rural Alabama under Jim Crow segregation for Life magazine’s photo-essay “The Restraints: Open and Hidden.” (via)
Kristolyn Lloyd as Heather Duke
OMG WHERE IS THIS FROM?! IS THERE A FILMED PERFORMACE WITH HER?! HOOK A GIRL UP GUYS