CreepCreep

CreepCreep A blog for the creepy and the gross. Mild gore and some guro. Some babies in jars and some stitches. Some hauntings and some art. Some pain and some pleasure.

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rikmarvel:

LEARN ABOUT NEW BLACK ARTISTS!

An artist on the rise…..Wangechi Mutu’s work explores feminism and post-imperialism through using elements of the African tradition and feminine body.

Mutu’s work has been exhibited at galleries and museums worldwide including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Miami Art MuseumTate Modern in London, the Studio Museum in Harlem in New York, Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf, Germany theCentre Georges Pompidou in Paris and Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Her first solo exhibition at a major North American museum opened at the Art Gallery of Ontario in March 2010.[3] Her first major solo exhibition, Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey[4] in the United States opened at Nasher Museum of Art on March 21, 2013.[5]

She participated in the 2008 Prospect 1 Biennial in New Orleans and the 2004 Gwangju Biennale in South Korea. Her work has been featured in major exhibitions including Greater New York at the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Black President: The Art and Legacy of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York and the Barbican Centre in London, and USA Today at the Royal Academy in London.

On February 23, 2010, Wangechi Mutu was honored by Deutsche Bank as their first “Artist of the Year”. The prize included a solo exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin. Titled My Dirty Little Heaven, the show traveled in June 2010 to Wiels Center for Contemporary Art (nl) in Forest, Belgium.

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sixpenceee:

Another oddity museum for all the bizarre lovers!

The Musée Fragonard d’Alfort is a museum of anatomical oddities.

It opened to the public in 1991, and today consists of three rooms containing a large collection of anatomical oddities and dissections, most of which date from the 19th and early 20th centuries.

In addition to animal skeleton and dissections such as a piglet displayed in cross-section, the museum contains a substantial collection of monstrosities Siamese twin lambs, a two-headed calf, a 10-legged sheep, and a colt with one huge eye.

The museum’s most astonishing items are the famous “écorchés” (flayed figures) prepared by Honoré Fragonard.

His speciality was the preparation and preservation of skinned cadavers, of which he prepared some 700 examples. Only 21 remain; all are on display in the museum’s final room

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ANOTHER ODDITY MUESEUM

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compoundfractur:

A degloving avulsion of the foot. An avulsion is when tissue/a body part is ripped from the body (as opposed to cut away). A degloving avulsion is just as it sounds; like taking a glove of tissue off.

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compoundfractur:

A degloving avulsion of the foot. An avulsion is when tissue/a body part is ripped from the body (as opposed to cut away). A degloving avulsion is just as it sounds; like taking a glove of tissue off.

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wolftea:

If you havent seen this, you really need to 

Ask a Mortician- Necrophilia

wehadfacesthen:

Metropolis  (Fritz Lang, 1927)

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wehadfacesthen:

Metropolis  (Fritz Lang, 1927)

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kylejthompson:

I found a ghost town while driving though the midwest. I spent the day wading through dead grass and exploring the vacant homes.  A rusty water tower lay on the outskirts of the town and the yards were littered with old cars.

 New life took over the town.  Birds had built nests in many of the homes and there was a dead lamb in one.  As it grew dark it began to rain.  I picked the house with the cleanest bed and slept inside as I listened to rain drip through holes in the ceiling and patter on the roof.  I woke up early to the sounds of raccoons near me on the stairs.

"dennys why would i want to eat nachos for breakfast"

Asked by niaollhoran

dennys:

pls do not even come at me right now with this kind of attitude why wouldn’t you want to eat nachos 24/7 why wouldn’t you want to enjoy your life to the fullest come on “niaoll” be the breakfast change you want to see in the world!

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danpintilini:

theheartmaid:

the-knight-0f-breath:

nepeta leijon- master of reverse psychology

back when their talksprites kinda creeped me out

that hand

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5582db:

Ronit Baranga - Spine, 2013

malformalady:

Section of a cemetery designated ‘Babyland’ for it’s infant and adolescent occupants.
Photo credit: ViralProgenitor

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malformalady:

Section of a cemetery designated ‘Babyland’ for it’s infant and adolescent occupants.

Photo credit: ViralProgenitor

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nevver:

Checkpoint Abandoned, Josef Schulz

secretofthesea:

When the scallop’s shell is gaped you can see two rows of tiny, bright blue eyes. These eyes aren’t the simple light sensitive eyes that most mollusks have, they can also sense motion. So a crab or fish trying to sneak up on one and grab some flesh before the shells close will be seen before it gets even close. And if the scallop loses an eye it simply regenerates a new one in its place.
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secretofthesea:

When the scallop’s shell is gaped you can see two rows of tiny, bright blue eyes. These eyes aren’t the simple light sensitive eyes that most mollusks have, they can also sense motion. So a crab or fish trying to sneak up on one and grab some flesh before the shells close will be seen before it gets even close. And if the scallop loses an eye it simply regenerates a new one in its place.

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