Welcome to this weeks latest installment of See You Next Tuesday where the Lazy Oaf team fill you in on the things that have caught our eye or got us talking in the office over the past 7 days. To celebrate Halloween happening on Thursday, this weeks picks have a spooky twist with a shrunken head cake, Nicolas Cage's face and vom-inducing treats. 1. INTERNET SENSATIONS: The beautiful people.Â If you're completely stuck for what to go as this Halloween then this shoot by Gavriel Maynard for Malibu Magazine might make your life easier. Titled T-shirt Rockstars, Gavriel has styled up models to look like the bands on their T-shirts. Outfit inspirations for us include Marilyn Manson and Gwen Stefani from her No Doubt days. But remember a new fringe isn't just for Halloween. 2. FOOD FAVOURITES: Burton's buns. If you really want to impress the kids coming to your house for trick or treat on Thursday night then you should try making a cake like these ones by Cakenweenie. To celebrate film director and Halloween lover Tim Burton's 55th birthday, for 2013 100 cake decorators from around the world have collaborated to create edible versions of some of his most iconic characters.Â Above we have carefully constructed cake of the shrunken head from our fave Burton classic Beetlejuice. Topknot skills. 3. WINDOW SHOPPING: Get in my cage. We have a lot of love for Nicolas Cage in our office, we even named a card after him once. And now, thanks to this mind blowing creation posted by I Raff, I Ruse, you can wear our favourite A-lister's face on your face. Who wouldn't want to writhe around in lycra covered in Nic? 4. MEDIA MATTERS: "I threw up". Marketing companies have often used kids as a ploy to create funny advertisitng content but most of the time it's all a bit 'samey'. Good to see then, this new promotional advert from Crest in which kids are offered healthy alternatives for Halloween treats. Stick around to see Adrianna's priceless reaction to Artichoke Buttercupsâ¦
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