(NSFW/L) Real Body Modifications That Will Make You Question Your Faith In Humanity

As if I had to warn you already that this was NSFW. (For those not “in the know”, NSFL means Not Safe For Life. As in, you will not be able to shake this image for the rest of your natural existence on this Earth.)

This is Tumblr, people; you have to prepare yourself to see some pretty weird shit. This is some of the weirdest. I mean, the subdermals, the contact lenses, even the split tongue I can kind of understand. but why, why in God’s name would you sew your tits together so it looks like you’re wearing two cinnamon buns on your chest?

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AntiKerensky on Imgur

August 22, 2014
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(NSFW/L) Real Body Modifications That Will Make You Question Your Faith In Humanity

As if I had to warn you already that this was NSFW. (For those not “in the know”, NSFL means Not Safe For Life. As in, you will not be able to shake this image for the rest of your natural existence on this Earth.)

This is Tumblr, people; you have to prepare yourself to see some pretty weird shit. This is some of the weirdest. I mean, the subdermals, the contact lenses, even the split tongue I can kind of understand. but why, why in God’s name would you sew your tits together so it looks like you’re wearing two cinnamon buns on your chest?

Source: AntiKerensky on Imgur

Unbelievable Photorealistic Portraits By Jenny Morgan

Norman Rockwell on PCP. That’s the best I can come up with at the moment; these beautifully rendered portraits are leaving me speechless. Almost photorealistic, but with a hint of the painter’s touch, these images by Jenny Morgan are injecting dynamism and a modern, damaged aesthetic to the old medium.

Source:
Jenny Morgan

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Unbelievable Photorealistic Portraits By Jenny Morgan

Norman Rockwell on PCP. That’s the best I can come up with at the moment; these beautifully rendered portraits are leaving me speechless. Almost photorealistic, but with a hint of the painter’s touch, these images by Jenny Morgan are injecting dynamism and a modern, damaged aesthetic to the old medium.

Source: Jenny Morgan

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated

This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful.

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Arthur Tress

August 20, 2014
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The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated

This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful.

Source: Arthur Tress