• diy-day-of-the-dead-sugar-skulldiy-day-of-the-dead-sugar-skull

    Paint your own Day of the Dead Sugar Skull.

    The original Googz & Co. blank skull fits in the palm of your hand to make it easy to paint. The first skull was sculpted with the signature goose eyes then a mold was made to create these lightweight, paintable copies. If you are looking for ideas on what to use to decorate your skull, we have found that the acrylic craft paints you find at any craft store work the great and they are very affordable. If you are looking for brighter colors on your skull, we recommend coating the skull with an acrylic spray paint, like Krylon. A flat white coat under the craft paints works awesome. Try using a clear gloss spray to give your skull a beautiful shine and a quality finish. Attaching items to your Day of the Dead Skull can be fun too. We have seen some exciting creations from previous customers that have used everything from glitter to found objects glued on. Share photos using #googzco to show off your creation!  
  • Motorman Original PaintingMotorman Original Painting

    Wake up, Number Thirty Seven

    This original painting by Googz & Co. founder, Michael Esordi, has the classic Googz-Eyed style Michael is well known for. The subject of this painting is Mothman, a creature reportedly sighted in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. With sightings starting in 1966 a visit to Point Pleasant today you are more likely to see the Mothman statue in town - or are you? Mothman is painted on a collage of old newspaper reports that have been placed on a piece of wood with contrasting border.
  • Painting Bigfoot DIYPainting Bigfoot DIY

    Finding Bigfoot is hard. Painting Bigfoot is easy!

    Do It Yourself Bigfoot creature is ready to be painted any you want. The only limitation is your imagination.