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Severed Zombie Head Bowling Ball Designs

5 Years Ago By Diana Adams

I remember about two years ago when zombies suddenly became really popular. I’m not sure exactly if it was a movie or television show that started the craze. There was the Twilight series of course, but that is vampire-themed, and as you know, vampires are very different from zombies. If you don’t know the difference, you can check out Vampires vs. Zombies: Do You Know The Difference? My friend Jessica Northey always says, “Vampires are hot, zombies are not.

We’ve seen a lot of zombie-inspired designs before, but I think this one might be my favorite. It’s just so wild and wacky, and the design itself is fabulous. These are severed zombie head bowling balls. Each ball is designed as… well… a dismembered bloody zombie head. The cute part is that the finger holes are the eye sockets, nostrils and mouths. These were created by 13th Street. They teamed up with Oliver Paass, the famous spray gun artist, and spent three weeks having fun making these. You can watch the video below to see the design process. I can’t even imagine how difficult it would be to make a design like this on a 360-degree ball. I don’t even bowl, but I want one!

Bloody Bowling Balls Designs

Bloody Bowling Balls Designs

Bloody Bowling Balls Designs

Bloody Bowling Balls Designs

Bloody Bowling Balls Designs

Bloody Bowling Balls Designs

Bloody Bowling Balls Designs

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3 Comments

Nadine

December 12th, 2013

wo kann ich denn diese Bowlingbälle kaufen?

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Darlene

February 7th, 2014

where can I buy these balls (zombie)?

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mark zauch

February 1st, 2017

id give some1 else.s soul to buy 1 or all these zombie head balls!! plse plse …where can i buy the best zombie balls in the world! the ones that are available here just dont cut the mustard!

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