Men are constantly spending money on stuff that, because they never learn how to use it, ends up being a very expensive decoration -- like guitars, and surfboards, and wives. Cut to the chase, and grab guitar art from Wouldstock.
From a Montreal-raised Dallas illustrator, these hand-carved, mostly sanded-wood monstrosities of rock marry the designer's oddball imagination to subtly manipulated six-string shapes. Among the creations to date:
Voodoo Child No. 1: this dark-stained, deep-grained bass has a femur as a neck, a mirror-eyed skull body, and body horns resembling battle-axe blades, making them an instant favorite of Sammy Hagar the Horrible. So basically Sammy Hagar.
Precision Bass Caught Off the Florida Keys: a multi-wood split-pickup Fender evocative of a big-ass fish, but not a Reel Big Fish, because those tend to Sell Out. And suck.
Intelligent Design: a skeletal bleached-pine beast with vertebrae as a neck, & held fast by a spinal cord-copping "truss rod". Blagojevich? You can't truss him as far as you can throw him.
The designer also puts out non-guitar wall-mounts, from "Know the Enemy" (painting of a microscope focused on a shark) to "Hot Pizza": a box of stained-wood faux-slices arranged to mimic the symbol for radioactivity -- for the man whose ballooning weight makes his wife perfectly content that he never bothers trying to use her.