Stinky polymer cheese monsters

You may be pretty used to monsters during October, but I’m betting that cheese monsters like these from Spain’s Carlos Medinilla Castro (carcreatures) didn’t just pop into your head.

His polymer creations are part of the toy and art doll exhibition in Barcelona.¬†Carlos’ art pays homage to the gastronomic and stinky universe of cheese with a zombie touch. You can sniff him out on Etsy too. Deliciously creepy.

And check out the hamburger workshop here.

I forgot how I get lost online. Whew, I gotta pace myself.

If you’re looking for the offbeat, cheese cutting edge of polymer news, come hang with us over at StudioMojo this Saturday.¬†

Confronting your fears with polymer

Amy Hucks and Nicole Johnson face their fears on PolymerClayDaily.com

How do you picture this menacing virus? Polymer is a perfect medium for giving you an outlet for venting your anger, anxiety, and fears.

Here New York’s Nicole Johnson (mealymonsters) and Indiana’s Amy Hucks (supersculptor) show you their interpretations.

Nicole calls her containers of polymer specimens caught in resin Germ Jars.

Amy’s are more prickly and they’re wearing masks.

I’d love to see your versions of this monster.