Is there a chance that you could get creeped out? Of course there is. Jason Fresta, who lives in Westchester, found a great way to combine his passionate love for his wife with his adoration of vampires to a whole other level. Jason's idea involved painting his bass guitar (he is a musician with the band, 5th Avenue Vampires and former bassist for Days of the New) with the blood of both him and his wife.

Now, this wasn't an easy feet to accomplish. Jason had to find someone to draw blood from him and his wife.

According to USAToday, this is what Jason had to say about the blood draw process:

“It’s not technically not legal for a phlebotomist to draw blood outside of a medical environment,” he said. “It’s really hard to find someone to do that.”

Then he had to find an artist who was comfortable using the blood to paint with. The artist that Jason found is named Ric Frane, who is based out of Wilmington, Delaware. Ric made a design that features multiple skulls of different sizes.  The goal of the project was not only to have a piece that shows his love for his wife, but to also make people uncomfortable.

Here is a look at the bass guitar, what do you think?