If you have ever wondered what it would look like to mashup a cathedral and a tank…today’s your lucky day. Created by artist Kris Kuksi, these sculptural colliding of tanks and gothic-like cathedrals range in size from tiny miniatures to massive foam board sculptures more than 8 feet tall. ‘Churchtanks’ is based on critiquing organized
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I have to admit, if I had an extra $799.00 lying around, this bad boy would be sitting on my mantle. Created by Gabriel Dishaw, C3P0 “Woody” was made using recycled materials from computer parts, adding machines, calculators, check printers and of course, the good ol’ typewriter. [Cheers nerdcore]
What else could you possibly make from mink, coyote, skunk, box turtle, mouse and wild turkey bones? Well if your artist Tim Prince of Forgotten Boneyard you make an aliens’ (xenomorph) facehugger aka ‘Parasitoid‘. If collecting animal bones and making art out of them isn’t quite your thing…you can purchase this piece for about $1,000.
When did a pencil become such an amazing platform for sculptures? Hungarian artist/sculpturer and deviantART user cerkahegyzo carves intricate miniature sculptures from a single lead pencil. Claiming to be a relaxing hobby…OK? He carves the tiny figurines and seemingly impossible chains using needles, razor, blades, and polishing stones. [Cheers twistedsifter]
Using a plethora of bones from cute little animals, Forgotten Boneyards cleverly put together this wicked-cool tribute to Little Shop of Horrors using a box turtle shells, a skunk skull, coyote teeth, little baby raccoon mandible, a mouse skull and a mink vertebrae/scapula. The 18” eerie carnivorous plant, Audrii Muscipula can be yours for $500.00.
For only $3,000 you can own this Stratton Skull 5-string electric violin by Statton Violin. Perfect for the violinist in a heavy metal band, these superbly crafted electric violins don’t just look evil, but they are sound amazing…as you can tell by watching the video. Next up the Alien violin? [Cheers laughingsquid]
From the mind of sculpture Scott Hove’s ‘My Own Private Apocalypse’ solo show which just finished its month long run at La Luz de Jesus in Los Angeles. Yes that is a switchblade neatly attached to the back of the heel just in case. Modified Stripper Shoes…I bet you would have to feed them after
Can the shoes that you wear really tell a story? If so, mine would be say ‘Do not Resuscitate’. These shoes by Gwen Murphy all have their own story to tell, I just haven’t figured it out yet. With names like “Woody”, “Big Lebowski”, “Ahhhh” and “Monster Mash” these shoe sculptures are nothing short of
This has to be the next best thing to having a real zombie head mounted on your wall. From the mind of artist Andrew Martin of Monster Caesar Studios, this life-like zombie head, which seem to have taken a slight beating before being mounted is available for $400.00. But if you’re like me and want