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.
"Cold Death" by Tim Noble and Sue Webster
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.
"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]