Breaking Bad Terrarium

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

While we find it a bit difficult to keep one with all of the great shows on television, one that we have always kept up with is AMC’s Breaking Bad. The show has spawned a ton of awesome artwork, and this Breaking Bad Terrarium is certainly among our favorite pieces ever showcased.

This creation was designed by Philadelphia artist, Rachel Bishop, yes the same one that brought us the equally amazing Beetlejuice Terrarium last year. The glass house depicts one of the most iconic scenes from the first season of the show back in 2008 complete with Walter White in his underwear alongside the crashed RV that Walter and Jesse cook up their meth.  The hand sculpted and hand painted model stands just a foot tall, and can be picked up directly from her online store.

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