This Artist Makes Sculptures Out Of Doll Parts Because The World Is A Crazy Place

Art is weird. Art is cool and different and expressive and so, so bizarre.

Although plenty of people go the pencil-and-paper route, a select few take a less conventional approach. Australia-based artist Freya Jobbins falls into the latter camp. One look at her bizarre sculpture work will leave you asking a few questions, the most important of which being, “Why?”

Weirdness aside, the skill level here is undeniable.

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And, I mean, how sick is this Batman bust?

But have you ever looked at something for too long and realized that what you were seeing just wasn’t okay?

That’s pretty much what’s happening here.

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Jobbins says that she draws inspiration from “Toy Story” and the work of Italian artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo, which is in no way surprising.

This is pretty much how I feel whenever I get a fresh blowout.

“The irony of my plastic works is that I take a material that was created to be touched and I make it untouchable as an artwork,” she writes on her website.

I can name a few more reasons why I don’t want to touch this, but I digress.

If you dropped a couple of men, some rabbits, and a few slasher-movie clowns into a blender, this is pretty much what you’d get.

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It’s like Narcissus staring into a pool, but just kidding, no it’s not.

Current mood:

Well, I can’t really live the same life anymore.

But hey, if artists weren’t here to shake things up, the world would be a boring place. If you want to learn more about this kooky creator’s work, be sure to visit her website. To get an up-close and personal look at these pieces if you live in the Detroit area, be sure to check out her show on September 3, 2016. Learn more about the exhibition here!

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/doll-sculptures/

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