The sculptures depict the skeletal structures of cars, trucks and motorcycles, as if the vehicles themselves were once living creatures.
Each of the sculptures depict iconic scenes from horror movies, from Carrie White getting pig's blood dumped onto her head at the prom to the frightening reveal of the killer in 1973's Don't Look Now.
Titled 'Imagined Worlds,' the exhibit is all about visionary filmmakers, guys like Stanley Kubrick, Guillermo del Toro and Ridley Scott who have built elaborate fictional worlds and universes that we just love to hang around in.
Herman and Lily Munster, Alfred Hitchcock and Dracula are just a few of the horror icons that have been depicted in Casino's incredibly unique form of art.
An artist pours molten metal into the tunnels left behind by ant colonies to produce beautifully creepy forms. Check out some examples and watch one being made!
The gallery's latest exhibit is the seventh in a series of signature events called 'Crazy 4 Cult,' which returns to the Big Apple this weekend. We've got the horror highlights for ya today!
Jessica Harrison's art is tailor made for horror fans like ourselves, and the blood and guts are flying in her latest project.
Artist Jee Young Lee dreams on a grand scale, and works the same way, by turning her entire studio – and herself – into spooky works of art. Take a look!
Hyungkoo Lee's “Animatus” art series conjures childhood nightmares by transforming beloved cartoons like Bugs Bunny into creepy, realistic cadavers.
Wayne Martin Belger makes fully functional pinhole cameras from actual human skulls... and the photos he takes with them are just as macabre.