Allison Wermager’s trophies for excellent artistic performance. Perhaps the saying ‘the sincerest form of flattery is mockery’ applies here.
Polish artist most well known for his Lego Concentration Camp piece. Apparently Lego gave him the pieces without knowing too much about his true intentions and alas, refused to have anything to do with him when they realized it. There’s a whole bunch of other amazing work on his site, like this little hairy baby that you can shave. By the way, we at Beautiful/Decay in no way shape or form, support Facism or baby-shaving..
Arend deGruyter-Helfer gives you a pile of Facebook gifts. Gifs. They’re almost better than a pile of real gifts!
Some nice photographs can be found on the Richard Kelly site. I personally like the above portraits best but a wide array of fashion and music photography can be found in his portfolio
Diana Al-Hadid’s work remind me of skeletons that are piled on top of one another to form large cathedral like buildings. See more images at the Perry Rubenstien Gallery website.
Re-makes of an old classic, imagine Jim Davis on multiple drugs. I always was a fan of men in uniforms… (a fat cat costume?).
Aleksandra Mir’s Plane Landing is a sculpture of an airplane in a permanent state of landing. On October 20,21,22 and 23 it appeared at various locations in central Paris.