I can't get enough of the beautifully sinister sculptural work of Annie Evans.
The most beautifully disturbing thing that I have seen this week has been crafted by the talented Belanorqua.
Besotted with this beautiful Cthulhu sculpture by the outrageously talented Joel Harlow. Step into his website when you are done here, and enjoy what you find there.
Sarah Sitkin creates hellish formations out of silicone, clay, plaster, resin and latex. I would gladly give a limb to learn her sculptural skills.
The Milky Ways series by Japanese artist Mihoko Ogaki is almost too beautiful.
Odani Motohiko is an artist who uses a diverse range of techniques and materials to create otherworldly sculptural works that play on our fears. I can't get enough.
The sculptural work of artist Scott Radke intrigues me. I would love to spend a few hours picking his brain.
These dark and demented sculptures from Canadian artist Shary BoyleShary Boyle will be the hosts of my nightmares for the foreseeable future.
Using gathered materials from nature and eroded objects, French artist Sabrina Gross creates macabre, unsettling sculptures that are 'blurring the borders between bones, flesh and art.'
I am extremely excited to share with you the mind-blowing work of young Czech designer Monika Horcicova. Using 3D printing as her medium, Monica enlists the help of the human form to create incredibly beautiful and utterly surreal mutations that make the mind boggle.