Artist Alexander Khoklov turns model Kate Moukhina into a disturbing flesh-and-blood likeness of the cartoon mom, using body paints and real flowers.
Artist Shigeki Hayashi combines ancient ceramic techniques, folk tales and futuristic imagery to create his surreal robotic dolls.
The sculptures can be found all around the world and they measure a towering 30-feet high, and over 33-feet wide.
Reese Moore spends months gathering animal bones to create these life-size skeletal cycles and other surreal objects.
She may look like an impaled stripper, but this gyrating nightmare is actually a sophisticated robot who memorizes the faces of people who watch her.
Kieran is the meat manager of an Asian grocery store, and it's what he does with the meat that he manages that makes his art, and his place of work, so special.
This cow-capturing saucer casts an otherworldly glow over your bedroom at night... and we're going to assume the tiny crew won't try to probe you while you sleep.
Artist Anna Dumitriu isn't happy about the public conception of bacteria, and the way that we've all been conditioned to consider bacteria to be a dirty word, so to speak. Her unique brand of art is all about showing people that many strains of the microbes we fear are in fact essential for the normal functioning of our bodies.
The utterly revolting sculpture turns an ordinary camping tent into something out of David Cronenberg's worst nightmares.
One of our favorite DIY Monster Makers has joined forces with the original Jason Voorhees portrayer for this Limited Edition resin statuette. Check it out!