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.
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 and scientist Brandon Ballengée uses a chemical process to turn terminally deformed frogs into otherworldly works of art for his “Malamp: Reliquaries” series.
Suzanne Heintz has spent the last 14 years of her life coming home to a mannequin husband and daughter, and the explanation for the incredibly strange lifestyle is not the chemical imbalance you might be expecting.
Wes Naman says he's always been interested in manipulating and changing the human face in Photoshop, and when he realized he could use tape to do the same thing to actual human subjects, this fun photography series was born.
Nicolas Bruno recently set out to take a series of photographs that would visually depict the total helplessness and sheer terror that he feels during his waking nightmares.
The abandoned mining town featured in Richard Stanley's “Dust Devil” is also the subject of a surreal series of photographs depicting nature taking back what's hers.
If the events at Sochi aren't thrilling enough for your taste, how about visiting some of these creepy abandoned sites from previous Olympic games?
Rachel Baran creates a wild assortment of dark fantasy settings when photographing herself, often filling them with with shocking images of blood, death and fire.
Let's take a look at spirit photography, a form of trick photography that shows a ghost in the background of an otherwise normal portrait.