Scabs Bandages Put Maggots and Spiders on Your Sores

By: Cecilia Biemann - Feb 5, 2009   Updated: Mar 24 2011
References: scabsbandages & neatorama
Why settle for boring Band-Aids when you can have grossly-illustrated ones instead?

These Scabs Bandages offer you the opportunity to adorn your sores with a grossly illustrated wound cover with designs including maggots, hatching spiders, eyeballs, jagged stitching, or a zipper.

They’re creepy, gross and fun--and I adore them!

Implications - Kids' bandages are often adorned with superheroes and cartoon characters to minimize the sting of a minor wound, but bandages printed with wounds, scabs and maggots appeal to an older crowd bent on emphasizing their uniqueness, edginess and toughness. By infusing "badass" into bandages, savvy manufacturers allow adults to turn a boring paper cut into an instant conversation-starter at the office.