While combing through the contents of an abandoned storage unit, our researchers came upon a dusty crate belonging to one Mrs. Eugenia Standpipe, wife of the legendary necromancer Benson Standpipe (of the Portland Standpipes). Housed within was a portion of the famous Standpipe Collection of Zombie Dentition Specimens, once thought lost in the tragic ship wreck that claimed Benson & Eugenia’s lives, and are now available for public viewing
Each specimen comes labeled by Mrs. Standpipe with information about the original donor and the date harvested. Most are full sets including both upper and lower plates. Single plates - either upper or lower - are found already dismembered. All are tagged by our in-house restoration department (as shown). If known, the specimen’s original name, date of acquisition are included on a label as well.
Each specimen is unique; all specimens were originally collected according to the ethical guidelines of the era; all zombies were killed and beheaded prior to collection (as applicable) & their remains disposed of according to safety standards of the day (i.e. mass pyre).
THE REAL DEAL
I spent time each day over the last week and a half creating, styling, photographing, editing, etc. 13 new Zombie Dentition Specimens. Hoo boy, it’s a good thing we’re all stocked up on disinfectants and sanitizing supplies due to the other global pandemic! Today I finally finished, so here is one shot of each + maybe more if the specimen is deemed worthy.
These are all dental impression molds that would have otherwise been thrown away. I do some sanding/grinding on the bases, priming, painting/glazing/staining/varnishing, labeling, accessorizing, to “zombify” them. It’s a great bit of giggly gross fun!