Emil Alzamora

"Afterlife Afterthought" by Peruvian-American artist Emil Alzamora. This one is particularly odd because it also the perfect image of a "rokurokubi" -- a traditional Japanese monster/ghost. It's unclear whether the connection was intentional or not.

gorgeous work by Cecile Perra #http://www.artperra.fr/

Make a Xmas tree angel for each person, with a photos of them for the face, but make them like combinations of animals or superheroes, not just a boring angel in a nightie.

Dutch artist Rosa Verloop has extended her body of work with these "Nylon Sculptures". The highly textural pieces capitalize on the key medium used, stockings, which is tucked and molded to create a distinctly human-like figure. The flesh-colored panty hose fortify the anthropomorphic qualities of the work, manipulated in an organic fashion with drawing pins to create something strangely exotic.

An interesting use of a stocking. Dutch artist Rosa Verloop has created these fantastic nylon sculptures, where she has taken common stockings and mol.

never have we seen textile art quite like the embroidery works of artist ana teresa barboza stunning, breathtaking and mind blowingly cle.

Ana Teresa Barboza. Trippy

Ana Teresa Barboza - you could buy a magnifying mirror and replace the glass with artwork. Maybe try thread or a transparent media. You could even paint on the mirror

DISMORFOBINA.  Barcelona-based photographer Natalia Pereira created this uncomfortable series, Dismorfobina.  The photographs brings attention to body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), a mental illness involving body image issues that results in depression and social phobia. The artist says of the series that it is a “message that encourages us to search for our imperfection.” Natalia Pereira8

Barcelona-based photographer Natalia Pereira created this uncomfortable series, Dismorfobina. The photographs brings attention to body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), a mental illness involving body image issues that results in depression and s


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