Hundreds of these bizarre installations appeared in the former Yugoslavia half a century ago. Check out some of the strangest examples...
Sculptors Tim Noble and Sue Webster recycle junk and real animal parts into elaborate optical illusions depicting severed human heads and other nightmarish images.
Based out of Turin, Italy, the artists of Van Orton Design are big fans of classic 80s movies, and they also happen to have a heavy interest in the artistry of the stained glass window.
UK designer Dan Shearn combined a passion for '80s pop culture and a childhood love of LEGOs to imagine horror, sci-fi and action movie characters as classic mini-figures.
These incredible porcelain sculptures fuse together human anatomy and skeletal systems with other living creatures like trees and animals, reminding us that we're not all that different from the things we so often destroy.
We just can't stay away from this one-of-a-kind custom replica shop. Check out their latest offerings, including the return of the full-size Critter replica!
Using programs like Flash and Adobe After Effects, Michael Whaite turns iconic movie imagery into brightly colored GIFs, depicting some of our favorite movies as neon bar signs.
Artist Francesco Albano brings a whole new meaning to “Body Horror” with these grotesque life-sized displays, which look uncomfortably like real human parts.
Max's scary monster drawings are helping raise money for a family whose little girl is fighting leukemia. Find out how you can own one of Max's monsters too.
Artist and designer Fernando Reza has unveiled a second series of classy retro-style travel posters depicting legendary monsters. Take a look!