41 posts tagged Head
41 posts tagged Head
Jamie Lorriman snapped this awesome photo of a hungry squirrel looking hilarious while having a private feast inside one of our Big Head Squirrel Feeders. The squirrel feeder was installed in the Secret Garden Nature Reserve in Southampton, Hampshire, England. Little does he know how ridiculous he looks. Muahahaha!
As fans of Abraham Lincoln we were blown away by this incredibly awesome and astonishingly realistic bust of Honest Abe, created by visual artist and special effects makeup artist Kazuhiro Tsuji. The silicone sculpted, mixed media bust measures 45” tall, 80” with its stand. We keep staring at this photo waiting for Abe to blink.
Entitled Lincoln, the piece is part of Conjoined III: The Final Chapter, a group art exhibition curated by artist Chet Zar at CoproGallery, features surreal dimensional artwork from over 80 skilled artists. The show opened Tuesday, January 1, 2013 at the CoproGallery in Santa Monica, California and will run until Saturday, February 9, 2013.
[via Laughing Squid]
It’s the end of the year and we’d thought we’d reblog our 13 most popular posts of 2012! This is number 13.
Reblogged from archiemcphee
Yikes! Annabel de Vetten of Conjurer’s Kitchen created these incredibly creepy edible baby heads using solid white chocolate. Roughly the size of actual newborn baby heads, they’re part of the Eat Your Heart Out 2012 food art exhibition in London. They’re the foodstuff of nightmares.
Newtown, Pennsylvania-based artist Derek Bernstein creates awesome cat door knockers using traditional lost wax bronze casting. A mouse dangling from the mouth of a life-size cat’s head serves as the actual knocker. We’re wondering if they might not also work well as rodent repellent. What mouse wants to end up like this?
When it comes to displaying stuffed dead things on your walls, sometimes an animal just won’t do, not when you could display a gruesome taxidermy zombie head instead. This awesome Zombie Trophy was created by Canadian sculptor Andrew Martin of Monster Caesar Studios.
Created in a (now sold out) limited edition of 10 pieces, the Zombie Trophy is an individually hand painted, numbered, foam-filled latex mask, mounted on an oak display plaque.
Visit the Monster Caesar Studios gallery to check out more of Andrew’s incredible work.
[via Bit Rebels]