Sculpture

Sculpture for Serial Killers…
Sarah Best

Looking at Sarah Best‘s sculpture makes me think about that commercial – the one where the guy takes a cow on a date because he really, really digs burgers. It makes me think about the 1978 Hustler cover where a

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Oklahoma’s Statehouse
New Satanic Monument

Via Vice In January the Satanic Temple announced plans to erect a monument glorifying the Dark Lord on the front lawn of the Oklahoma Statehouse. An Indiegogo campaign was launched with what seemed like a somewhat lofty goal of $20,000,

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Message In a Bottle
Per Johansen
Mæt (full)

Mæt (full) is a photographic series by Per Johansen that explores our relationship with food and its consumption. Growing up in North America, I have plenty of experience with the idea of being “full” or “stuffed” with food, as well

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East London’s Merrylin Cryptid Museum Campaign

Light Bearer’s Alex CF is many things – an artist, a musician and now the curator of the Merrylin Cryptid Museum, a fascinating collection of unreal specimens compiled by 19th century British naturalist and explorer Thomas Merrylin. Alex is looking

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Flesh Stitched and Sewn…
Rosa Verloop Nylon Sculptures

Flesh pressed into synthetic mesh, a second skin holding guts in – nylon stockings can be sexy, but also grotesque when in the hands of Dutch sculptor Rosa Verloop. Her nylon sculptures use stockings packed and pinned or stitched into

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The Beautiful and Amazing Underwater Sculpture of Jason deCaires Taylor

Jason deCaires Taylor grew up in Southeast Asia and knows first hand the vital nature of the world’s reef system. Human beings are doing their best to wipe them out with pollution of the land, air and sea, but deCaires

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Unbelievable Palaces Made…
Out Of Pebbles
Ferdinand Cheval Spotlight

Ferdinand Cheval (1836-1924) was a postman by day and a pebble-dashing architectural artist by night. One day he literally stumbled on a strangely shaped stone, picked it up and took it home. From then on, if he found any stones

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The Disturbing & Twisted…
Sculptures of DONGWOOK LEE

I like art that makes the person viewing it think about it on a deeper level. I also really dig self expression that makes a statement about the world we live in without being obvious. The sculptures of Dongwook Lee

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Engraved & Inked Skulls by Peter Deligdisch

Skulls are one of those things that you just can’t have enough of around the house. Sean and I are always on the lookout for people to recruit as skullfinders for us, since we pretty much stay at home and

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A Weapon Of Protest!…
BLOODY MEAT TENT

via Animal Andrea Hasler’s Matriarch references the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp, a historic protest in which 30,000 women gathered at a British air force base to stand against nuclear weapons. According to Hasler, the work metaphorically “[takes] the notion

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