Using his paint brush like a surgical scalpel, Johannes Stoetter effectively peels back layers of skin from his test subjects, revealing the anatomically correct shapes and forms that are covered up by all that flesh.
Sandwiched between the front and back covers of the latest issue are photographs that look more like screen grabs from horror movies than anything you'd expect to find in a fashion magazine.
Death Count is updated daily with new illustrations, with the death scenes being presented in chronological order, as they occurred in the series.
Nobody, and I mean nobody, is safe from the wrath of this artist, and that includes the likes of Alf, Shrek, Ronald McDonald and yes, even those adorable little Powerpuff Girls.
Alicia Martin Lopez's paintings oftentimes depict otherworldly beings that are both haunting and horrifying, with a touch of beauty thrown into the mix.
What would popular Disney characters like Woody and Pocahontas look like, as zombie-killing Walking Dead survivors? Find out right here, right now!
While it looks like an ordinary sculpture, at first glance, it's the shadow this piece casts that makes it so special.
The utterly revolting sculpture turns an ordinary camping tent into something out of David Cronenberg's worst nightmares.
British artist Marc Quinn began his 'Self' series back in 1991, where he literally drains mass quantities of blood from his body, and uses it to form macabre self-portraits.
Using simple tools like clay and paint, Olivier de Sagazan builds creepy layers of art atop his own face, which melt, blend together and peel away.