Sculptor Creates A Mutant ‘Concept Human’ To Survive Car Crashes

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Here we have sculptor Patricia Piccinini’s ugly baby, Graham, a high-concept mutant designed to withstand car crashes. Graham’s unsettling physiology was created in collaboration with trauma surgeon Christian Kenfield and road safety engineer David Logan in order to emphasize how incredibly fragile our (comparatively attractive) human bodies are, and as far as public safety service announcements go, he really gets the point across. Our mushy little brains are so vulnerable in our (more or less) normal-sized heads! Continue reading »

An Artist’s Rendition Of A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Sneaker

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Footwear design has come a long way in recent years with lightweight designs, innovative fabrics, and builds that balance comfort with agility. In an exercise in design, artists Hussain Almossawi and Quintin Williams reveal their sneaker concept that fits the Ninja Turtles, with space for their two large fingers, breathable perforation, and an ergonomic shape. The look is finished with a ribbon that draws its influence from those worn around their eyes. Continue reading »

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Painted As The Renaissance Painters They Were Named After

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Owen Dippie has been restless lately in Brooklyn, cooling his heels and trying to stay invisible like a ninja while he waits for his big opportunity to slaughter a wall. He’ll need 5 days of good weather but New York is only doing 3 at a time, so he’s slicing between rain drops, sharpening his aerosol blades on this masked quartet by the railroad tracks. Continue reading »

Erika Sanada’s Beautifully Creepy Sculptures Of Mutant, Dream-like Animals

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Erika Sanada is a Tokyo-born, San Franscico-based sculptor whose supernatural animal creations traverse the boundary between dream and nightmare. In many ways, her creatures seem soft and gentle — the colors are pale, the textures soft. Continue reading »

Dr. Lakra’s Mutant Laboratory

Dr. Lakra’s Mutant Laboratory is a collaboration between Dr. Lakra and General Monsters.

With Dr. Lakra’s Mutant Laboratory you can create more than 190.000 unique and surprising mutant combinations using the included 84 cardboard triangles with 21 amazing hand drawn characters by Mexican artist Dr. Lakra. Continue reading »