The bewitching junk food masks of British artist James Ostrer. The high calorie creations, landing somewhere between an ancient ritual mask and a midnight snack, are simultaneously delicious and dangerous. The uncanny folk art, despite its alluring intensity, looks far too bright to actually go inside your body, yielding an unexpected portrait of sugar's dark side.

Artist Makes Masks Out Of Junk Food And Supremely Creeps Everyone Out (NSFW)

British artist James Ostrer covered himself and some intrepid models with thick layers of candy, frosting, and other junk food in a rather unsettling portrait series. The photos are on display in his exhibition “Wotsit all about” at the Gazelli Art House in London through September 11th, 2014.

Creepy Portraits of People Covered in Frosting and Junk Food

Junk food culture can be inspirational too. English artist James Ostrer has created a series of creepy portraits of people covered in fast food: cream, swe

“Wotsit all about” is a strange and kind of creepy photo series by James Ostrer where he covered himself and models with frosting and junk food.

Creepy Portraits of People Covered in Frosting and Junk Food

Humanized Junk Food Sculptures - James Ostrer's Junk Food Art Will Scare You Straight (GALLERY)

Humanized Junk Food Sculptures

junk food art - British artist James Ostrer’s latest series, titled ‘Wotsit All About,’ is comprised of human junk food art. Junk food was littl.

James Ostrer - "Wotsit all about" series

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Junk food culture can be inspirational too. English artist James Ostrer has created a series of creepy portraits of people covered in fast food: cream, swe

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Wotsit All About by James Ostrer

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Grotesque Portraits made of Sweets and Junk Food - By James Oster .Sources: (James Oster) (junk-c

http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/30471/1/the-artist-using-meat-to-deform-and-deconstruct-celebrity “I am responding to the vast divide between what we are being sold and what we are actually getting. Trump is a self-proclaimed success story of delusion.

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