You might think that peephole on your front door gives you the upper hand when it comes to ignoring unwanted visitors, but to the person on the other side of the door it’s obvious you’re watching them. You can make it slightly less obvious, though, with this faux Victorian-era portrait that cleverly camouflages your front door’s peephole. Or at least, just as obvious but way more creepy.
Unwanted solicitors, Girl Scouts, and process servers will be too busy taking in this fine piece of painted art to notice you staring at them through the Duke’s clever hollowed-out left eye. And for just $30 it will also bring a touch of class to the hallway outside your apartment. [Fancy]
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