Posted by: JCleggman | June 22, 2008

Winter blue? Creepy Snow Globe

Artist Walter Martin and Palmoa Munoz construct eerie detailed artistic scenes inside of snow globes. They sculpt miniature figures set in snowy outside scenes that depict sometimes horrible situations. Each snow globe tells a story and it’s up to the viewer to fill in the blanks of those stories. Some of these miniature people seem trapped in a fairy-tale like story. Traditional snow globes house relaxing winter scenes of Evergreen trees, snow-capped houses and horse drawn carriages, however, these haunting snow globes tell a different story. If that doesn’t leave you shaken and stirred, then I don’t know what will.

To view more of Martin-Munoz’s works, check out at

If you are not in mood for Christmas cheers, these creepy snow globes are perfect for you. You can have it for about $750 if you look for it via internet somewhere.

Sources: Gizmodo, Dvice, InventorSpot.



  1. I like the one with police execution.

  2. The one with the spider is … well , um… crazy ?!
    Neways , nice to visit your blog after such a long time…

  3. I already have one idea. A dead animal and a girl crying next to the animal while a old lady uses blood to paint on her canvas. – Think I’ll sell better than this???

  4. disturbing… just coming from plain and simple you :p

  5. Oohh, Yugo boy I loooooove that idea of a old lady painting with her own blood. She could chop off a male model’s penis and use it as a brush. LOL! Hahaha!

  6. Thank you Lady Erin. 😀

  7. Erin, you sick.

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