What's it all about Guh Guh?
We have been meeting and exceeding the haunted decorative needs of a handful of people since 2005.
Guh Guh, Phangs, and friends are made out of the worst
materials available: rough plywood with knot-holes, cut with rusty, dull blades and finished with spilled and mopped up paint often "found" at construction sites. But note: they are tough, ready for rigorous display.
We offer an array of handcrafted wooden haunted collectables,
Halloween art, embellishments, keepsakes, conversation pieces and decorations for your home, your office, your car, your boat....
We have picture frames perfect for displaying the grandchildren and ex-husbands in your life; tree orneriments, and magnets for the fridge! Yes, we have made every attempt to satisfy your lust for the absurd, the macabre, the goofy and obscure.
And this stuff isn't just for Halloween. You can have these
displayed year round! They make great baby shower gifts,
birthday gifts or horrific pranks. They also make great Christmas gifts. Really, nothing says, "Merry Christmas" like "Happy Halloween!"
On a cold, windswept autumnal evening ...
as the shadows began to grow long (the earth does tend to tilt afterall) Craig Bennett began providing decorations for a neighborhood Halloween party. Unsatisfied with commercial Halloween decorations, he created life size witches and whimsical ghouls (mostly to point people to the bathrooms.) Though roughly cut from plywood and painted quickly, people expressed a desire to purchase these crude creations. As interest began to grow, Craig started his "Guh Guh and Phangs Haunted Collectables" business, named after his two principal characters.
Craig resides in Atlanta, Ga. and can be seen occassionally at area festivals and Atlanta Braves games. He has a "fine" art site as well- visit Craig Bennet Art. He plays in an instrumental music project called Applesauce Tears, providing soundtracks for films yet to be made. He collects toys, loves baseball, and find value in the coldest, bleakest days of the year.
IRemembrance of Phangs Past