These are the awesome creations of Arizona tattoo artist Brandon Crone, who makes geometric tattoo sleeves with mind-blowing detail and intricacy.
See more examples of his work below.
As you can see, Ryan Burke’s makeup is pretty unreal. It is inspired by many sources, from club kids to fashion to art, but most surprisingly is the geometry that influences the symmetrical patterns he uses. He tells Buzzfeed:
I am inspired by symmetry, geometric shapes, drag culture, club culture, fashion, art, unconventional materials, patterns — anything really that alters my appearance and distorts my features.
See more of his amazing work below.
Roses are so yesterday. This Valentine’s Day, Piranha Plants are where the love is.
Show your sweetheart that you really care with this homemade present. You can make a single Piranha Plant or a whole bouquet of them.
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Who says food and makeup don’t go together? Tim O. takes the two and makes an epic combination: a foodie fashion statement.
The intriguing part of this is how he draws our attention to the packaging on our favorite snacks. As you’ll see, Tim O. finds inspiration in the funky tones of Funyuns, Pop-Tarts and more.
Makeup artist and body painter Ash Clements has a knack for transforming herself into some gorgeously hideous creatures. She shares many of these amazing creations on her Instagram page, usually a video accompanied by two still shots and details of the makeup used.
From evil Frosty to a rotting zombie, this girl can pull it all off.
Check out more examples of her work below.
You can finally have the pet dragon you’ve always dreamed of! These pet dragons are fully wearable as a ring and their tails curl around your wrist as a bracelet.
As an added plus, their eyes glow in the dark. There are ten colors to choose from, and each is handmade by the talented Sarah Evans of MadMarchMoon, so you can be sure that your pet dragon is the only one of its kind.
Take a closer look at the ring/bracelet in the video below.
In case you still haven’t gotten your fill of the horrors of Silent Hill, it’s time to bring the game into the real world in the form of Pyramid Head’s Great Knife.
This impressive weapon was made by the guys at Man At Arms (naturally). They chose to go with the variant that’s reminiscent of Rambo’s knife. Oh, and they made it out of a train track.
As you’ll see in the video below, they actually used the knife to epically destroy various objects in slow motion.
If you want to show the world just how cold it is, and wearing a plain ol’ scarf just doesn’t get the point across, you are in luck. You can now craft this thermometer scarf that actually works.