Plaseebo’s Specimen No.X-50U2 Custom
Plaseebo has been invited to create some creepy customs for the Halloween Massacre Show, curated by Ricky Wilson of Velocitron, which opens on October 30th at the Monstock Gallery in Tokyo.
This first piece was found on October 31st 1986, inside a rusty metal box that was buried under the floor boards of a woodshed behind a house in Springwater Arizona that was owned in the 1950's by Lt Col Hatfield, US Army Air force, who was stationed in Area 51 at the time of the incident.
Creepy Custom #1 is Specimen No.X-50U2, a one of a kind signed glow in the dark green vinyl piece. It features a paint wash, yellow cat eye inserts, two spiders and lots of icky black flies nicely
stuffed in a glass canning jar. I would not open up that mason jar. I'm guessing that what's inside is definitely pickled.