Hey, horror loving readers! Just because the official spooky season is over doesn’t mean WE have to stop being spooky. Thanks to a creator named Dave and his company, Dead Dave Designs, you can fill your home with creepy and horror-themed items all year long. Check out the unboxing video below, and then keep reading for more information!
We want to send a huge thank you to Dead Dave Designs for sending these items to us. Since his Etsy page includes wares like leather coasters, decorated knives, sculptures and keychains, he sent us a set of coasters and a decorated knife to show you guys.
In the first picture, we have one side of the knife and two of the coasters. In regards to the first item, this is a standard chef knife with something like a decal sleeve on it. This side looks great with Michael’s face on his weapon of choice. The edge of the knife has been sawed dull but the dulling is rough and choppy. Functionally, it’s better for safety, but aesthetically, it can make it look a big scraggly.
The coasters, however, look fantastic. The Etsy says its VEG leather, and I don’t know if that means it’s a type of real leather or faux leather. Aside from that, the designs look awesome. They seem like they are almost branded in there. There doesn’t seem to be a coating on the coasters, so I wonder what liquid will do to it.
Next, we have the backside of Dead Dave Design’s Halloween 1978 knife. This side is a bit dodgy with the image. From far away, it looks great, but when you get closer, the image looks like it has been blown up and is now fuzzy. Because of that, the Myers mask side is the one I have chosen to display.
The other two coasters are my favorites. We have the original poster art and the famous jack-o-lantern. These look bitchin’, but I still wonder if actually using this as a coaster will destroy the design if any fluid gets on it.
That’s all for the Dead Dave Designs unboxing! I think the coasters rock and the knife design has a lot of potential. I am a little sad about the foggy design, but at least there’s a second side. There are a ton of designs on his website, which you can shop HERE! There’s a little something for all kinds of horror fans. The knife in this unboxing costs $25, and the coasters run for $25 as well. Even though these items were send to me, I was not paid to do this review and all opinions on the items are my own. Stay tuned to PopHorror for more unboxings headed your way!