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Ross Gilmore

Ross Gilmore kids holidays Halloween creepy costumes black and white

While going through the personal work of photographer Ross Gilmore, this image really stuck out. Hilariously creepy.

Sculptures Built from Repurposed Objects and Hammer-Formed Steel by Greg Brotherton

Sculptures Built from Repurposed Objects and Hammer Formed Steel by Greg Brotherton sculpture creepy body

Sculptures Built from Repurposed Objects and Hammer Formed Steel by Greg Brotherton sculpture creepy body

Sculptures Built from Repurposed Objects and Hammer Formed Steel by Greg Brotherton sculpture creepy body

Sculptures Built from Repurposed Objects and Hammer Formed Steel by Greg Brotherton sculpture creepy body

Sculptures Built from Repurposed Objects and Hammer Formed Steel by Greg Brotherton sculpture creepy body

Sculptures Built from Repurposed Objects and Hammer Formed Steel by Greg Brotherton sculpture creepy body

Sculptures Built from Repurposed Objects and Hammer Formed Steel by Greg Brotherton sculpture creepy body

Using antique cash registers, telephones, beer taps, hammer-formed steel and other repurposed objects, artist Greg Brotherton constructs creepy, ghoulish sculptures that appear as if born from a collaboration between Tim Burton and Edouard Martinet. Via his website:

With a consuming drive to build things that often escalate in complexity as they take shape, Greg’s work is compulsive. Working with hammer-formed steel and re-purposed objects, his themes tend to be mythological in nature, revealed through a dystopian view of pop culture.

You can see much more of his work here, and he’s also the co-founder of Device Gallery in San Diego. (via lustik)

Enormous, Spooky Lego Victorians by Mike Doyle

Enormous, Spooky Lego Victorians by Mike Doyle sculpture Lego giant creepy architecture

Enormous, Spooky Lego Victorians by Mike Doyle sculpture Lego giant creepy architecture

Enormous, Spooky Lego Victorians by Mike Doyle sculpture Lego giant creepy architecture

Enormous, Spooky Lego Victorians by Mike Doyle sculpture Lego giant creepy architecture

Enormous, Spooky Lego Victorians by Mike Doyle sculpture Lego giant creepy architecture

Lego artist Mike Doyle creates these incredible Victorian mansions using no foreign materials, just pure tiny plastic bricks. The latest work on top, Victorian on Mud Heap, uses nearly 130,000 pieces and took 600 hours to complete. He says of the piece:

For me, this piece speaks to the inherent unpredictability of those things which we call our foundation. Like a little dollhouse, a seemingly secure home is plucked up and set on a new path. This charming home, lovingly embellished with ornamental fancy was no match for nature. The fancy embellishments serve as a reminder of our earlier focus on the material world, while the aftermath removes us from that focus. The piece offers no answers or necessarily any hope, but rather points to life’s fragility.

See more of Mike’s work in his Flickr stream. (via make)

Choi Xooang

Choi Xooang sculpture creepy body
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Choi Xooang sculpture creepy body

Choi Xooang sculpture creepy body

Choi Xooang sculpture creepy body

Choi Xooang sculpture creepy body

Choi Xooang sculpture creepy body

Choi Xooang sculpture creepy body

Choi Xooang sculpture creepy body

All at once delicate and nightmarish these painted polymer clay figures by Seoul-based artist Choi Xooang are nothing short of remarkable. Try as I might it’s hard to find a definitive, trustworthy article to source information from, and even the spelling of his name seems to change from site to site. However it seems generally accepted that Xooang is attempting to draw attention to human rights abuses in Korea, and seeing these somewhat macabre, stunted figures unable to see or speak, it’s hard to dispute that. You can see much more of his work at Mu Um and Slash, though be warned it’s somewhat graphic (generally nudity). I admit the mushroom cloud sculpture is a bit of a one-off, but I saw it was just posted yesterday and couldn’t resist. Also, if you like this, you’ll most likely enjoy the work of Emil Alzamora. (via blaaahg, lustik)

A Lull: Weapons for War

A Lull: Weapons for War music video creepy Chicago animals A Lull

A Lull: Weapons for War music video creepy Chicago animals A Lull

I’ve been on the fence about posting this for almost a week since finding it over on fuck yeah chicago, and after watching it for the third or fourth time I’ve decided to pull the trigger. I have no idea what’s going on here. It’s kind of like somebody made a music video using the monster from M. Night’s The Village. Also there’s lots of bleeding. Whatever, I think it’s great and I can’t get the music out of my head. By the Chicago band A Lull, directed by Anthony Ciannamea.

Sarah Palin’s Breath

Don’t worry, I’m not going to bring politics into this blog, but this video is too freaking awesome to pass up.

Fredrik Ödman: Composed Animals

Fredrik Ödman: Composed Animals surreal science fiction manipulated illustration creepy animals

Fredrik Ödman: Composed Animals surreal science fiction manipulated illustration creepy animals

Fredrik Ödman: Composed Animals surreal science fiction manipulated illustration creepy animals

Fredrik Ödman: Composed Animals surreal science fiction manipulated illustration creepy animals

Fredrik Ödman: Composed Animals surreal science fiction manipulated illustration creepy animals

Fredrik Ödman: Composed Animals surreal science fiction manipulated illustration creepy animals

Holy swan-rabbits and fish-monkeys! Composed Animals is an incredible series of composite photographs by Fredrik Ödman. I wish we lived in a world where some of these animals exist (though airborne anteaters give me the heebie-jeebies), however at least we live in one where Fredrik does.

We Have Band: You Came Out

We Have Band: You Came Out stop motion music video faces creepy colors animation

We Have Band: You Came Out stop motion music video faces creepy colors animation

We Have Band: You Came Out stop motion music video faces creepy colors animation

Stumbled onto this 2009 stop motion video for You Came Out by We Have Band, it’s lovely if not slightly bizarre.

The face paint animation film is made up of 4,816 separate stills. Each and every frame was hand-painted, shot, wiped off and redrawn, slightly differently for the next frame in order to create a seamless sequence. This time-consuming process involved the band members lying still for two consecutive days in a studio.

In order to animate the singing bit, lip movement was created by animating a painted mouth on the singer Dede. This involved breaking the lyrics into phonetics and giving each sound a specific mouth shape. To make this as realistic as possible all the mouth shapes were painted on Dedes face individually and then shot. All 4,816 frames of the music video can be found on Flickr

If you’re lucky enough to live in Italy they’ll be in Milan tomorrow night and Bologna on Friday. (via polkadot)

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