Flame Job in the East Village Wants to Give You Vampire Fangs

Posted on: September 21st, 2011 at 6:28 am by

True Blood really kicked off the latest iteration of the vampire craze.  After that HBO show aired, tons of look-alikes unsurprisingly followed.  The Twilight films, Vampire Diaries, and other teeny-bop copycats.  It’s almost reached a frightening tipping point of absurdity.  And every now and again, stories hit the mainstream press about heartland youngsters embracing the nocturnal culture of blood-sucking.

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Today, East Village business Flame Job, located at 170 East Second Street, continues to do just that.  The shop of horrors and gothic eccentricity wants the neighborhood to know that it offers plenty of vampire services.  Like custom fangs at $69 per tooth.  Just in time for Halloween.


Below is the ad posted to Craigslist earlier this week:

We Are One Of The Best and Only Stable And Well known Custom Fang Makers In NYC (Just Ask About “Penguins and Vampires). We Use The Top Of The Line Dental Acrylic (all ADA Approved) and Customize each pair to the customers teeth for the most realistic Fangs that will have your own mother have Nightmares. We Also Make Fake Teeth That Clip in between Your Own teeth or Tooth Caps For Chipped/Broken Teeth.

Our Shop (Flame Job) Has bin [sic] around For Over 20 years and Have bin know for its custom Guitar Straps, Leather goods including: S&M Selections That Supply most NYC Fetish Shops. Sub culture T-Shirts. Custom Collectible Brass Knuckles, And Many More Thing That you Would Never Think you Can Have customized.

Along With Our Shop And Select Theme Club Nights you can also find us at Select Tattoo / Horror / Comic / Sci-Fi conventions All Over The U.S.A.

Flame Job
170 East 2nd St. ( Between Ave A and B)
NY,NY, 10007
We Can Make Appointment At Any hour, This is One Option You Will not Find With Any other Location.

By Appointment Only
Prices Start At $69 a tooth/tooth Cap

-Each Pair Is Made In A Hour, You get Them Same Day.
-Custom Only To You.
-Made of A High grade dental Acrylic.
-We Can Make Any Stile you Wish To Have.

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