Sculpture

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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CVLT Nation’s Top 6
Art Posts of 2013

This year we have an interesting collection of art posts for the Top 6 of 2013 in the Art category. We introduced the “tattoo” category, which has gotten a lot of love from our readers, and all in all, you

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Bodybags…
Francisco Albano

Human beings are obsessed with beauty, but we are also obsessed with its unacceptable foil, ugliness. The sculpture of Francisco Albano captures ugliness in its most human form, showing us without our stuffing and lumps, as sacks of mottled skin.

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Art After DEATH: Reclamation…
Chistopher Marley

Death is a normal part of life; the two are inseparable. Most creatures seem to understand this instinctively – allowing death to happen, whether a quiet passing into old age or a violent removal from this world, often to feed

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Lighting the Underworld…
Evan Chambers

Like a lot of broke people with good taste, I often dream about my perfect home – what it would look like, what treasures I would fill it with. I am not talking about stainless steel appliances or heated floors,

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Dead or Alive?
Walter Potter Victorian Taxidermy

Walter Potter was a self-taught Victorian taxidermist in Sussex who became famous for his anthropomorphized taxidermy scenes featuring all types of animals, but mainly kittens, squirrels and mice – probably plentiful in those parts. He is famous for scenes like

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Welcome Back…Dia de los Muertos

Every year, while much of the world staggers around in a hung-over stupor after a night of mocking death, Mexicans worldwide celebrate their most important holiday of the year – Dia de los Muertos – from November 1st to November

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Eat Your Heart Out
Evil Cakehead

Every year since 2010, Emma Thomas aka Miss Cakehead does an amazing pop-up cake shop in the UK called Eat Your Heart Out, featuring disgustingly awesome edibles from some very talented UK bakers! This year the event will be held

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