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yeah, taco bell did this to me too

yeah, taco bell did this to me too

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imx-doomer:

Cyberdemon by ValentrisRRock

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

Cabinet of Monstrosities by Hajime Emoto. They are supposed to represent the 7 deadly sins. 

These were all made from paper and bamboo. Here is his website, although it’s in Japanese. (Website)

I forgot the best one

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Anonymous said: Regarding your most recent reblog with the meat world, you may want to fix your tags - that is not Silent Hill; the captures are backgrounds from the visual novel "Saya no Uta". It's listed in the source post but said source was removed by a reblogger.

oh whoops, that makes more sense since i couldn’t remember a silent hill game that had a meat world like that. thanks

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spoookyscary:

A real human body in cross sections at Museum of Surgical Science. The museum houses an amazing collection of medical, surgical and anatomical paraphernalia through the ages including this amazing plastinated human sliced into 1cm sections. The Museum also has a rotating Anatomy in the Gallery exhibition featuring contemporary anatomical art.

spoookyscary:

A real human body in cross sections at Museum of Surgical Science. The museum houses an amazing collection of medical, surgical and anatomical paraphernalia through the ages including this amazing plastinated human sliced into 1cm sections. The Museum also has a rotating Anatomy in the Gallery exhibition featuring contemporary anatomical art.

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Userpage of fauxlacine -- Fur Affinity [dot] net →

holy cow, i really love this artist’s art and stories. lot of realistic gore + some really interesting stories about how furry society might be dysfunctional. not just vore, but there’s parasitism and all kinds of good stuff. 

i’m a sucker for medical horror.


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sixpenceee:

The sculpture park of Veijo Rönkkönen located in Finland. 

It’s a park full of human sculptures performing various activities. There are over 200 figures, most of which are self-portraits of the artist himself.  Some of these sculptures use real human teeth. 

The artist Veijo Rönkkönenwas a man who kept to himself. While he was a small town miller, many say he had experienced the world, and the various ethnicities of the statues may exemplify this. 

He had numerous requests to showcase his work, but he rejected them all. Following the artist’s death, the sculpture garden and accompanying property was purchased by Finnish businessman Reino Uusitalo who plans to refurbish the sculptures as needed and offer guided tours of the premises.

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