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Whether you’re creating a costume for the next convention or gearing up for Halloween a little early, you’ll dig Etsy seller Ivan Owen’s mechanical hand extensions. Covered in fur or left bare, Owen’s prosthesis are suitable for werewolfs to steampunk robots and everything in between. [via technabob]

Adam Flaherty

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  1. That will be creepy underneath a coat but really cool..

  2. This is a Japanese student taking that idea to the extreme.

  3. duke_leeto_III on said:

    slender man meet your maker.

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