TIS ALL hallo’s eve and the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting darker. What better time to have a party! And what better party idea to have than an all-out Halloween horror show. With this in our twisted minds, the team at Distinctive Goods created some creepy design ideas for some fun Halloween party ideas and accessories.
Of course we don’t want to limit ourselves to Halloween. These can also make great personalized holiday gifts for dark and twisted horror film fans who will certainly not be watching Macauley Culkin over Christmas…
This is the ultimate Through The Looking Glass party accessory idea! We are hoping your choice of Halloween drink does not make you smaller. Our whisky gift idea design was inspired by this iconic woodcut Cheshire cat illustration by Sir John Tenniel in an 1865 edition of Alice in Wonderland.
The best Halloween party ideas and accessories are those that you can share! We are sure getting drunk with these personalized shooter glass designs make it more fun and social rather than pure binge alcoholism. Drink a toast to your favourite on-screen serial killers!
These custom shot glasses feature a host of nightmarish characters. Plus, the bloody handprint design on the box works a treat. Just add something dark/red/muddy and down it all in one!
Yes we realise all our Halloween party ideas were actually based on drinking. Does that reflect badly on us? Actually, don’t answer that. We figured it’s a social occasion and fruit is involved so it’s probably pretty healthy after all. We love the design of classic spook silhouettes – a toast to Caspar!
We love the creepy fonts used here from the scary crew at Sinister Fonts. These guys are all about horror show high design – you’d expect no less from typeface fabricators who bring on classics like the “Exquisite Corpse” font!
We were unable to use any of their fonts without coloring them red first. That definitely says something about a type designer! An interesting focus certainly and while we welcome their awesome typefaces, we may not ask them to look after our grinning office cat…