Freya Jobbins turns the contents of yard sale bins into highly impressive sculptures, which oftentimes depict figures from Greek Mythology and even pop culture icons.
Dutch artist Rosa Verloop uses ordinary stockings and pantyhose to create distorted human sculptures that also look disturbingly lifelike.
This amazing animated self-portrait by artist Emma Allen depicts her face aging into a creepy skull, then morphing back to life in a strange new form. Watch it!
Got a taste for fine jewelry... and brains? Check out this line of pendants, earrings and other elegant gold & silver pieces by New York designer Amanda Campbell.
Sculptor Jennifer Trask creates such delicate vintage-style artwork, you'd never suspect her medium is mostly cured bones and other animal parts.
Graphic artist JC Debroize mapped human skin, hair and eyes onto clay sculptures to create what could be the creepiest font ever designed.
By making violent ads much more violent, the artist hopes to make people think about the fictional violence we pass by every day, without even thinking twice about it.
As horrifying as it is to even imagine, Human Trafficking is a real problem in this world, and events from films like Taken are unfortunately not as uncommon or unrealistic as you might think or hope.
They say great works of art come from a place deep inside, and Millie Brown takes that literally by spewing the contents of her stomach onto canvas.
Jamie Scanlon uses his paintbrush to turn decaying buildings and discarded objects into beautiful works of art.