Evil, Evil Crafts


Vomitously Overdecorated T-shirts

You may have heard the classic advice that to look good for a party you should get completely dressed and then remove one piece of jewellery. Well, you may have heard of it, but it's a sure bet that the creators of some of the world's ugliest T-shirts never have. No way, man, not a chance.


We are creating even more Artex loveliness!

If you're checking out this site for the first time and aren't familiar with the whole paint-in-a-tube-with-a-ballpoint-tip concept, you may want to take a gander at the first installment of Artex. Lovely, isn't it?

Well, there's more, plenty more. I'd like to present
Artex II.


 Cakes Run Amok

I've put these cakes in the crafts section because they're really much more craft-y than food-like. If you care to have a look, you'll see why. Plus:


 Easy Bizarre Crafts

Hey, it's some more tasteless assaults on the mind from the Land of Craft. This time they're taken from a book that purports to give you craft ideas and instructions for making items that you could sell at a fundraising bazaar. Do I see buyers on the horizon? Well, no, probably not.


 Welcome to the Artex Adventure

If I could set my time machine for around 1970, I would definitely want to pursue a career as an Artex instructor.

As near as I can tell from the catalogue, Artex is a company that used to manufacture paint that came in a tube with a ballpoint tip. You would use it to decorate tablecloths and make wall hangings and other crafts. In all fairness, some of of it is pretty. Most of it is not. Guess what you'll find on
these pages.

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