Close

MonsterStudies' Profile

About

We all know monsters live under our beds, but how do you fit such large creatures in such a small space? Monster Studies answers that conundrum. After years of study anthropologist Griffith has discovered these monsters secrets. Under the bed monsters have the ability to flatten themselves as thin as a piece of paper, and then fold themselves back to their original structure once out in the open. Terrifying and magnificent.

  • Born on April 11
  • Joined October 16, 2011

Favorite materials

Paper, Wood, Metal, Fabric, Plastic, Foam, Felt

Shop

About

We all know monsters live under our beds, but how do you fit such large creatures in such a small space? Monster Studies answers that conundrum. After years of study anthropologist Griffith has discovered these monsters secrets. Under the bed monsters have the ability to flatten themselves as thin as a piece of paper, and then fold themselves back to their original structure once out in the open. Terrifying and magnificent.

Unfollow username?

Are you sure you want to stop following this person?