Creepy As F*ck Video of the Day: The Cyber Monday Blood Pen You Can’t Buy
stephanie | Nov 26, 2012 | 4:30PM |

Happy Cyber Monday, everyone! I’m sure you’ve all found some incredible deals on some lovely presents for yourself and your loved ones, though that’s not what brought us here today. Today we feature something you didn’t buy; something you can’t buy because it’s art that isn’t for sale. Terrifying, terrifying art.

Somewhere in the deep recesses of the Internet (and artist Bob Partington‘s storage unit/workspace/torture chamber) lies a blood pen that writes from a quill attached to a syringe of your own blood.

It doesn’t work too well, so, you know, after you watch a video of Partington drawing his own blood, you can see splotches of plasma everywhere as he tries to write the Declaration of Independence. (My family is so lucky they’re not getting this for Christmas.)

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Stand-up comedian Baron Vaughan makes his Kennedy Center debut as part of the Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival. Vaughn is a series regular on Netflix's Grace and Frankie in the role of Bud. He was also on USA Network's Fairly Legal (2010–2012) and has appeared in the films Black Dynamite, Cloverfield, and The Other Guys (Deleted Scenes). As a comedian, he has performed stand-up on Conan (twice), Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Showtime's SXSW Comedy, and Comedy Central's The Half Hour. He's the self-proclaimed "Master of Festivals," most notably having performed in the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival (Aspen), Just for Laughs Comedy Festival (Montreal), South Beach Comedy Festival (Miami), Moontower Comedy Festival (Austin), SXSW Festival (Austin), San Francisco Sketchfest, Bridgetown Comedy Festival (Portland), Vancouver Comedy Festival, Accidental Comedy Festival (Cleveland), Chicago Comedy Exposition, JashFesht (Palm Springs), Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival (TN), and Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival (Seattle). Vaughan's recent comedy recording, Blaxistential Crisis, is soon to be released by AST Records. Please Note: This performance is recommended for mature audiences. Performance Timing: 75 minutes, with no intermission.
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H/T our Advertising and Accounts Guru Shauna Alexander, who is creepy as all hell and actually wants to own this.