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Creative Duo Transforms Garbage into Horrifying Shadow Art

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The talented team of Tim Noble and Sue Webster have taken recycling to a whole new level: their unique sculptures, fashioned from scrap metal, wood, bones and collections of assorted garbage, seem like disturbing abstract shapes when viewed by themselves. But when a light is turned on them at just the right angle, their shadows fall across the wall, revealing eerie, terrifying silhouettes.
 
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Noble and Webster carefully align the hunks of junk at specific angles and distances from a light source. The resulting images include a variety of human figures – including some macabre images that Vlad the Impaler might have enjoyed displaying on his castle walls. 
 
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"Kiss of Death" by Tim Noble and Sue Webster
 
Grisly displays like “Kiss of Death” are just as creepy on both sides of the spotlight: this one is assembled from the body parts of crows, rats and several other animals.
 
Check out more amazingly creepy work at their official site. [Note: includes some NSFW images]
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