Ever wonder would what would happen if you turned a teddy bear inside out? Me neither. But Kent Rogowski, a Brooklyn-based artist, not only wondered, he actually tore apart countless teddy bears, reassembled them, and then photographed the freaky result. You know, for art's sake.
If you have coulrophobia, or even an aversion to clowns, you may not want to read this. Because there are a lot of clowns here and they're all doing something strange in the town of Wasco, California: They're wandering around late at night, clown-style.
Short poem for the bloody hairy frogfish: Oh how cute, the hairy frogfish. Walks around, the mighty sea. Check him out, he chomps some fresh dish. What a bastard, you must agree.
This isn't photoshopped. Photographer Alexander Khokhlov uses hair and makeup to create insane out-of-this-world images. Using 3D make-up effects he can trick you into thinking you're looking at a heavily-photoshopped image, but it's actually just a bit of hair and make-up black magic.
Awwwww, look at these little alien angels dancing and moving their tiny feet. They are so cute! Too bad they're really trying to destroy that aquarium glass to rip your throat and suck all your blood through the aorta.
In today's heart-stopping undersea news, this is what it looks like when a camera-shy octopus just does not want its portrait taken. The poor thing was probably fed up with all the divers firing their flashes at him.
Wait for it. Wait for it. Wait for it. Boom. Holy hell. This is not a real eyeball. It's a completely computer generated eyeball that looks realer than my own eyeball. A CG eyeball. It's frightening, like they chopped half a human face for the eyeball. Actually, I'm not 100% sure they didn't do that.
Imagine the look on biologist Gerhard Scholtz's face when he looked down at this crab in New Zealand's Hoteo river, only to find three eyes looking back at him. Was this the result of a freak nuclear accident? An alien invasion? A mean trick? Nope. It's just Blinky.
These images of a sex doll factory in California by photographer Zackary Canepari are a freaky reminder of our mortal body guts—no matter how pretty we are outside, we are ugly inside—and a visual prologue to a future full of androids.
FaceTime for Macs arrived today, and with it a question of utmost importance: What happens when you FaceTime yourself? I set out to find the answer. At first you feel a little ridiculous. Then things get freaky.
With everyone hemming and hawing about airport scanners being a huge invasion of privacy, GE decided to put the fun back in showing your guts to the world. Their interactive Visible You installation lets you see your insides in action.
This is Bina48, a robot head with thousands of thoughts and emotions from a real human woman, who she's even modeled to look like. Sadly, Bina48 gets her wires crossed — pissing off the NYT for wasting their time.