It will be a brave trick or treater that knocks on the door of this home on Halloween.
Artist and photographer Christine McConnell told SF Gate that she was recently watching the movie “Monster House” when she realized her parents’ Southern California home had the perfect vibe to become a sentient haunted house. The site reports that McConnell spent four 12-hour days transforming the home. Using hand-painted foam-core board designs, she turned her parents’ house into a giant, fanged, sleepless house-monster. The eyes and fangs were made of carefully painted foam-core boards. Jack o’lanterns, giant spiders and a little mood lighting completed the look.
“Everyone has loved it so far,” McConnell said. “Kids wanted to take their picture with the house while I was working on it! Tons of people driving by were stopping to take pictures. I’ve decorated their house before and people have always loved it, but it never got this much of a reaction.”
The artist is already well known for her horror-themed baked goods and her first cookbook is due out soon.