Look! It’s moving. It’s alive. It’s alive… And it’s got flower growing out of its head! These awesome Frankenstein Flowerpots are the work of Oregon-based sculpture artist Kat Bones. Each ceramic monster pot measures 9″x10″x10″ and is hand-painted with an underglaze. Kat makes green, white and unpainted versions, all of which are sold through her Kat Bones Etsy shop. She also takes custom orders for different colors. or any custom color you can think of.

Visit Kat Bones’ Facebook page and Etsy shop to check out more of her wonderfully monstrous creations.

[via Nerd Approved]

“Luxury Problems” by Hannes Hummel

“Based on Andy Stott’s record »Luxury Problems« I created a set of 3 busts. In the same vein as his sample oriented, dark & chopped song structure, the process and methods used to create every bust are basically the same — with the help of »Autocad 123d catch« I scanned several stone sculptures and bones, recreated & remixed them digitally and created a set of surreal busts.”

thru Apr 25:

From the Vow Made
 Janine Antoni

Luhring Augustine Gallery, 531 W24th St., NYC

Janine Antoni’s solo exhibition includes a collection of seven sculptural works and a video collaboration with choreographer Stephen Petronio. These new works emerge from her study of milagros, sculptural votive offerings used in latin cultures. Ranging from body parts to domestic objects, milagros are often hung in churches as symbols of things in life requiring prayer, healing and protection. Antoni’s milagros are prayers for embodiment.


Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates awesomely intricate and macabre sculptures of models of human bones that she fabricates using both cast polyester resin and 3D-printing.

The spectacular piece pictured at the top of this post was created in 2012 for Horčicová’s Bachelor thesis. Entitled Wheel of Life, it’s a 3D-printed sculpture made of 58 polyurethane resin legs and feet forming a wheel that depicts a “never-ending series of forward steps.”

Head over to Monika Horčicová ’s website to check out more of her fantastically freaky skeletal sculptures.

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Paint yer own voodoos are here! We have a small number available right now, and I’ll be putting them in the shop as soon as this is posted.

  • ‘Church’ is the regal feline fellow, and stands roughly 4" tall, and about 2" across his base.
  • 'Thinbone’ is his tiny kitten companion. At about 2" long and 1.25" tall he’s a shortie!
  • 'Lawrence’ is the odd man out here… well, he’s a bird not a man, so I suppose he’s the odd bird out. He’s about 3" long and 1.5" tall.

These guys are cast resin from out original sculpts, and are available in 3 tones - white, medium grey & dark grey.

Want a free one?

If you can be the first to tell us where the inspiration for each name comes from, we’ll send you a free jerk paint your own of your choice.
You have to get all three right to win - send us a fanmail with your guesses.
No reblogging hints please!

And the winner is:

The answers were;
Church - Winston Churchill the cat from Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, brough back to life by the ‘sour ground’. I loved this book as a kid.
Thinbone - Thinbone the cat from Tad William’s novel “Tailchaser’s Song”.
Lawrence - Named for D. H. Lawrence who wrote, “I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself.
A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough
without ever having felt sorry for itself.”

There were some seriously clever answers for Lawrence in particular! We will be running another contest this coming Friday to give others a chance - look for a post about it Friday evening.
Thanks for playing along guys!