Octopus Tentacle by SweetestMalificia.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Octopus Tentacle by SweetestMalificia on deviantART. I like how the line work emphasis the movement and form of the tentacle, it looks like it is in motion.

titus kaphar (paintings/installation)

American artist Titus Kaphar paints gorgeous pieces that remind me of my Art History text books… which he then he cuts up and rearranges into modern masterpieces that tell an entirely new story

rabbit of silk and beads

Karol Nicol - The Edge of the Woods

Karol Nicol The Edge of the Woods inspiration fabulous embroidery/embellishment -works with all the top desidners

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

Photographic portraits of Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson, retouched just using tape and pieces of faces cut out of magazines.

From Diana Eaton's FB post on November 14, 2014: "Made from 1000s of plastic tamperproof rings from milk bottles, Vegemite jars, yoghurt and pet food containers. All held together by fishing line. The most expensive part of this dress was the boxes of bandaids I used for all the blisters I got from tying all those knots!"

Diana Eaton, "Made from of plastic tamperproof rings from milk bottles, Vegemite jars, yoghurt and pet food containers, held together by fishing line.

Jerry Uelsmann, Trees Cathedral

Jerry Uelsmann, Trees Cathedral Beautifully created surreal image that draws the viewer in due to its weight and fine detail. The black and white contrast helps create a more surreal atmosphere for the viewer to dwell upon

We’ve covered many fantastically strange and unusual embroidered works on our blog over the years, but sporting equipment wins as the most unconventional choice. Cape Town, South Africa based…

« Cape Town based artist Danielle Clough ( embroiders colorful flowers onto retired wooden tennis rackets. See more of her work on…

Marjorie Schick

Artist: Marjorie Schick, Material: painted wood and cord. I like this piece because of the way it hangs over the head and the way it looks like feathers.

Natalie Shau is an illustrator and photographer of Russian and Kazakhstan descent based in Lithuania. She works mainly in digital media and Natalie’s works are mixture of her photography, digital painting and 3D elements. She enjoys creating surreal and strange creatures, fragile and powerful at the same time.

Natalie Shau: Dream II wow a real head turner of a couture ball gown , a victorian steam punk style ball gown with octopus theatrical costume head dress real mermaid or evil sea queen look for a party or halloween ball , great grimm fashion photo

soviet kitsch (artist unknown)

Retro poster design with Matryoshka dolls, wings, Russian / Cyrillic text in an eye chart background, with desaturated pink highlights

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