Awesome North Of The Border

Cookie Monster Gone Mad

Cookie Monster Gone Mad

After Adam at North of the Border made his last blue-haired monster, many of us suggested that he use the leftover fur to make Cookie Monster. He obliged and sculpted Sesame Street’s #1 carb addict chomping on Shrek’s Gingerbread Man and his family. He didn’t bother using the fur because it was a pain in the ass.

Scary Sulley and Mike

Scary Sulley and Mike

Because his creepy bowl of fruit didn’t have enough pointy teeth, North of the Border is back with another terrifying sculpture. This time, he imagined what Sulley and Mike from Monsters, Inc. might have looked like if they were really scary and not just cute and cuddly. Applying all of that blue fur to Sulley looked like a major pain.

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A Cursed Bowl of Fruit

A Cursed Bowl of Fruit

Adam from North of the Border turns his attention from making creepy-looking cartoon characters to making creepy-looking food. Inspired by JackJack’s killer cheeseburger sculpt, Adam’s bowl is filled with toothy fruit that looks like it was harvested from the Upside Down.

A T-Rex with Flamethrowers

A T-Rex with Flamethrowers

You know what would have made the Jurassic Park movies better? If the dinosaurs wielded weapons. Imagine if the velociraptors had Gatling guns or if the T-Rexes had flamethrowers. North of the Border gives us one of those things by sculpting a the king of the dinosaurs cosplaying as a fire-breathing dragon.

Realistic Minecraft Steve

Realistic Minecraft Steve

After showing off his jaundice-skinned realistic LEGO minifigure, Adam from North of the Border is back with another disturbing sculpt. This time he took the blocky character Steve from MineCraft, and gave him humanoid features. This version looks like a swole, steroid-infused gym bro.

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