A Brain Is For Eating, A Children’s Book About Zombies

A Brain Is For Eating

The zombie apocalypse is inevitable. So you might as well teach the kids about it before they learn it on the streets. A Brain Is For Eating is a children’s book and handy guide that will provide the kids a hard lesson as adorably as possible.

Meant to teach “the little walking undead how to find and enjoy their next meal,” the book is brought to us by husband and wife team Dan and Amelia Jacobs and 40 pages of illustrations by artist Scott Brundage. Pre-order one today and avoid “the talk” later.

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[link, via Laughing Squid]

The Walking Dead Ice Cube Tray


If you like your drink cool and a little morbid, The Walking Dead Ice Cube Tray is here to help. Made from food-safe silicone, the body parts would be a fun addition to your iced tea, lemonade, or Zombie [sorry, had to happen].

And, you could make sure that your zombie ice has a decent food supply with Ice Brains. Excuse me… Ice Braaaaiiinnns.

[available for pre-order, link]

Corporate Logos Reimagined for The Impending Zombie Apocalypse

The zombie apocalypse appears inevitable. And when the undead eventually decide to get into advertising, they’ll surely look to rebrand a few companies once maintained by the living. UK-based designer Ben Fellowes takes a crack at what some of the newly designed logos might look like.

[link, via Ad Freak]

How To Make Realistic Brains For Halloween or to Fake Out Zombies

Two things that are inevitable… Halloween arriving on October 31, and the zombie apocalypse. Be ready for both with a recipe for fake brains. Brought to us by the makers of Resident Evil: Retribution, the faux brains should help gross out a few friends at your Halloween bash, or could act as an effective decoy for the walking dead.

Although it’s not recommended that you consume an entire fake brain — the main ingredient of sorbitol, although edible, isn’t great for the digestive tract — the texture and appearance is spot-on. So stay safe, survive, and Happy Halloween. Full recipe can be found here.

And, if you’d like some matching ice cubes, or just need a brain mold, there’s Brain Freeze Ice Trays.

[via Wired]