Tag Archive | Creepy

Creepy Art: Clownmirror (2) By Roni Horn

Clownmirror 2
Photo By Gail

Seriously, how fucking creepy is this thing? Who knew it was possible to make pictures of clowns that look even scarier than real clowns?

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Photographed in the Whitney Museum of American Art in NYC.

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Yes, It Exists: Baby Head with Seed Pod Body Sculpture

Seed Pod Baby Head
Art By Jessica Jenkins (All Photos By Gail)

I tell you, it does not ever get boring looking for fucked up shit to photograph for this blog, because it is everywhere. I saw this baby head sculpture with a seed pod body — and actually, if you look below, there are two of them — at the Into the Wild exhibit at Art Now NY Gallery on West 28th Street. And now it cannot be unseen.

Seed Pod Baby Head
Behold: The Full on Seed Pod Baby Head Experience!

Ice Head Sculpture

Ice Head 1
All Photos By Diane Anderson

My friend Diane (a.k.a.”Diaaahhne!”) took these fun photos of an Ice Head Sculpture sitting atop a parking meter near 5th Avenue between 96th and 97th Streets in Manhattan. I’m sure it was once malleable snow, but the consistently frigid temperatures that we have been enjoying just lately have turned it to solid ice. Kinda creepy.

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Nicholas Cage Couch

Nicholas Cage Couch

I don’t know if this couch, plastered with the questionably disquieting face of actor Nicholas Cage, is real, but it’s all over the Internet, and it’s definitely creepy.

Thanks to Neatorama for the tip!

The Last Mortician: Creepy and Compelling!

Writer Tim Hall and Cartoonist/Illustrator Dean Haspiel have collaborated on an intriguing short story — told in the form of a graphic novel — entitled The Last Mortician, which has been published at Tor Dot Com. The dystopian vision of this brief but powerful tale focuses on a time in the future when mankind has opted to trade the ability to procreate for the questionable “gift” of eternal life. I loved the story and the illustrations, and just wish it had been longer. Maybe Tim and Dean will turn it into a movie script?!

Both Tim and Dean have strong ties to The Worley Gig: Tim having originally named The ‘Gig way back when it was just a syndicated print column in a little NYC free alternatively monthly called The NY Hangover. Dean, whose work has earned him an Emmy, designed (in my likeness) the Worley Gig avatar you see on the website’s header! Do visit Tor.com to read The Last Mortician, when you have a few minutes to spare. It is a fairly quick read and very much worth the click!