Zombie Lawn Ornament

When I think about lawn ornaments, usually pink flamingos and fat ladies with polk-a-dot panties comes to mind. Well Design Toscano has unveiled a lawn ornament that makes me want to move to the country and have a big lush garden just so I can stick this puppy in it.

The Zombie of Montclaire Moors Sculpture

“We challenged noted British artist Alan Dickinson to create his most haunting image exclusively for Toscano—and he certainly delivered! Not for the faint of heart, Dickinson’s life-sized, gray-toned zombie will claw his way out of your garden plot or family room corner, pleading for assistance with the most lifelike eyes you’ve ever seen. His macabre expression is captured in such great detail in quality designer resin and finished so realistically that you’ll swear you can hear him breathing! Arrives in 3 pcs.”

Priced at $89.95, this lawn ornament is well worth the cost to freak your neighbors out.

4 Responses to “Zombie Lawn Ornament”

  1. 1 Jolly Roger October 28, 2008 at 7:24 pm

    That is awesome! I want one, but at $89 that won’t happen… I would definitely be the guy on the block who leaves this out wayyyy past Halloween.

  2. 2 katetheshark October 28, 2008 at 10:03 pm

    zomg!?!?! so awesome! i wish i had a lawn to put this in! :)

  3. 3 seanalyn October 28, 2008 at 10:34 pm

    I know! sigh…too bad having a lawn in SF is a rarity. Although Im tempted to get some of that fake lawn stuff and stick this bad boy in my living room hehe.

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