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You know you're a unicorn, but all these jerks around you won't admit it. This pair of latex Unicorn Hooves slip easily over your hands and immediately make you ten times more likely to pose majestically on a mountaintop, jump a rainbow or toss glitter into the air.
They're specially good for hanging out with virginal maidens and wearing to psychiatric evaluations.
Be awesome, be a unicorn!
Spring is finally starting to creep into the air, which means wedding season is also approaching. Our new Horse and Unicorn Wedding Cake Topper is perfect for that "special" couple that wants their wedding to be a wee bit different. This 6-1/4" tall polystone cake topper features our Magical Unicorn Mask and Creepy Horse Mask on a bride and groom. (The bride and/or groom may be blushing, but it's hard to tell because of the masks.)
Max and Whitney Losee shared a picture of their awesome wedding cake with us:
Does anyone have a reason why these two should not be married? Neigh!Max and Whitney Losee for letting us use a picture of their beautiful cake!]
While unicorns love summer for all its sunshine and rainbows, they are also fond of autumn. We took this unicorn to a corn maze and he declared himself king of the pumpkin patch.
You know how some people are really good at picking out a good melon? Rumor has it that Unicorns have a highly developed sense that enables them to choose the perfect pumpkin.
Thanks to Stocker Farms for letting us take pictures!
Buy your own Unicorn Mask here
Entitled "Unicorn at the Zoo," this delightful video shows off Randy, the zoo's newest and most magical resident.
"Say hello to the newest resident of the LA Zoo. He’s already a big crowd pleaser…"
Watching him look so longingly at the zebras, we're wondering how Randy the Unicorn would react if other unicorns showed up to visit him at the LA Zoo.
Now we know why we've sometimes felt weirdly unsatisfied after an otherwise amazing day at the zoo. No unicorns![via Laughing Squid]
There's even more than Oktoberfest going on in Germany right now. Actual unicorns are wandering around inside people's homes. We just received this photographic evidence of a recent unicorn sighting in the home of Tim LaBenz. We agree with Tim that its clarity puts previous crytozoological sightings to shame:
Tim explains: "Last night we were celebrating a birthday for our Archie McPhee-crazed 12 y.o.'s birthday. (Cade is the cool kid-o with the nail through his finger opening up his presents.) In the midst of the celebration we were able to capture this random unicorn sighting (but of better quality than other famous -yet grainy- sightings like Bigfoot or Loch Ness, you be the judge)."
In addition to the awesome sighting of a magical creature, this photo serves as further proof that Archie McPhee has the best customers ever. Thanks Tim!
Here at Archie McPhee headquarters we're currently having the floors redone with cork. It's a pretty exciting development for the people who walk on those floors all the time, but the new flooring isn't actually the best part of this project.
Here's an industry secret: After a Unicorn has been through a room with a vacuum, each step you take on that floor releases the sweet scent of cotton candy!
This is a skilled and safety-conscious bunch of guys, so we aren't going to claim that they've been wearing the masks the whole time, but they also clearly know how to win our hearts and make themselves stand out from the competition.
Let us all take a moment to bask in the awesomeness of the Horse Head Last Supper, created by Matt Walczak:
As you probably know by now, we love spotting both our Horse Head Mask and the Magical Unicorn Mask. But combining both masks (and so many of them too!) in a recreation of The Last Supper pretty much puts us over the moon. It's almost unbearably awesome. Thanks Matt![via claireblechman]