Is this trash or is this art? We will let you decide, but what we do know is that it is most definitely a fart. And not a normal, common gaseous emission but a glorious slow motion underwater fart. The video called “Underwater Flatulence in 120 Fps” has been made by Israeli artist Micky Zilbershtein and
Ever since there have been cigarettes, people have blown smoke rings, but Titus Edwards AKA King Titus takes it to a new insane level. Titus Edwards from Houston, Texas is a true artist who works with the smoke emitted by vaping. His signature is a smoke jellyfish – watch below – its freakin’ spectacular.
A Siberian artist struggling to find a material he could work with in freezing temperatures is making his sculptures out of poop. Yes you read that right – Mikhail Bopposov, who lives in the Sakha Republic, in Russia’s Far East, makes giant sculptures out of manure, cow poop. Bopposov is a a retired government, who turned to his
Forget Banksy, is Blu the best street graffiti artist in the world? This epic animated graffiti is mind-blowing. Like Banksy, Blu is a pseudonym, used to conceal the artist’s real identity.lll that is known is that the artist is Italian and is thought to live Bologna. This epic piece celebrate the origin and evolution of
May the force food be with you! These Star Wars replicas are sculpted from vegetables – everything from carrots to sweet potato. The Vegetable Star Wars treats have been created by Japanese sushi chef Okitsugu Kado for diners at his sushi restaurant. Kado spends more than ten hours carving the vegetables before painstakingly piecing them
What’s your sex face? How does it compare to others? Watch this video of people reaching the moment of climax. facettes de la petite mort from Beautiful Agony on Vimeo. Now, the question is – did watching people reach the Big O turn you on? The video is courtesy of the Dutch website Beautiful Agony
Did you know that the surrealist artist Salvador Dali and Walt Disney made a film together? The 6 minute film titled Destino (spanish for destiny) was started in 1945 but abandoned soon after and was not completed until 2003, when Disney’s nephew unearthed the oven in the disney vaults. Destino is a love story about
Mark Wagner cuts up dollar bills and turns them into amazing pieces of art. Portraits were among the first images Wagner made from dollar bills. “Taking an object of public value and turning into an image of personal value seemed like a pretty OK thing to do.” he says. But then Wagner moved on to
Christian Faur creates incredible art with crayons. But he doesn’t use them to draw, he does something much cleverer with them. American artist Christian Faur, who hails from Ohio, uses thousands of coloured crayons to create his masterpieces that resemble pixellated pictures. On his website Christian explains the motivation behind his freaky art.
Death doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom. In Ghana they like their coffins bright and colourful and in the shapes of everyday objects like coca cola bottles and shoes. In Ghana people believe that life doesn’t end with death – it continues in another form in another world. Each hand made coffin represents
Is this the world’s best selfie? It was taken 50 years ago this year and was taken by astronaut Buzz Aldrin. It is the world’s first ever space selfie. The selfie was taken by Buzz, while on the Gemini 12 mission in 1966. Buzz, later went on to be part of the Apollo 11 mission
Lightning is one of Earth’s most magical and powerful natural phenomenons. But is it possible to capture it? Well apparently the answer is yes, and all you need is some perspex and a hammer and nail……and a machine that generates 3 million volts. This art of frozen lightning permanently captured in an acrylic
Have you ever wanted to freak out at work? Have you ever felt like this man? This is one of the freakiest WTF videos we have ever seen. This clip is taken from the feature film Samsara directed by Ron Fricke – a kind of visual poem of our planet.
These beautiful stones might look like rare gems made by the Earth over millennia – but they are not a geological phenomenon – they are made from old car paint. Dubbed Fordite, after the car manufacturer Henry Ford, these stones are remnants of Detroit’s golden age as the car capital of the world.
The Freaky loves these crocheted food-themed hats by Melbourne textile artist Phil Ferguson aka Chili Philly. Phil says he started crocheting these hilarious food hats as a way of making new friends when he moved to Melbourne and found himself alone in the new city. Now he’s making new friends all over the world.
Fancy a huge realistic cat mask? These pictures aren’t photo shopped – Japanese students really have made a over-sized cat head to be worn by humans. The woollen cat mask was made by Housetu Sato and his students at the Japan School of Wool Art and is currently on display at the the Tokyo
A life size replica of the Oscar trophy sniffing cocaine has appeared on Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles. The hard partying statuette is the work of local urban street artist Plastic Jesus. It has been placed next to where the Academy Awards will be held on Sunday. The art piece is a commentary on Hollywood culture,
A street artist has created an incredible GIF that can be seen from space. UK graffiti artist INSA specializes in creating epic GIF’s by combining graffiti and GIF’s in a process he likes to call “GIF-iti”. But he’s now taken his stunning art to a whole new level with the use of a satellite
Ever dreamed of bouncing in a castle made of breasts? Well now you can thanks to a new freaky art installation at New York’s Museum of Sex. The Boob Bounce house is just one part of an art installation “Funland: Pleasures & Perils of the Erotic Fairground,” by London design duo Bompass & Parr . Th
Spanish artist Francisco de Pajaro makes art from trash. The street artist roams the streets at night looking for discarded rubbish to transform into amazing bizarre art creations by adding arms heads legs and feet to cardboard boxes and bins. Barcelona born Francisco says of his art: “My intention is to seek the smile on
These amazing sculptures are made from discarded toilet rolls. Created by French sculpture Junior Ritz Jacque they show that you can be creative anywhere – even when sitting on the loo.
Dead pop stars Michael Jackson and John Lennon have risen from their graves to appear in coffee cups. They are the work of very skilled coffee barista and are fantastic examples of latte art. We have all seen the barista in our local coffee shop try to be “creative” with our latte’s. But some very artistic
Meet the dogs that have been transformed into wild animals as part of a craze known as “creative grooming.” This bizarre trend started with professional groomer Jerry Schinberg of Des Plaines, Ill. Schinberg held the first-ever “regular” dog grooming competition in 1973, and is credited with introducing the art of creative grooming in 1980. “I
The Freaky loves this bizarre photo of a man stuck under a building. But don’t worry the man’s not hurt its just a weird piece of street art. Created by Italian artist Fra Biancoshock this is a piece of installation art that Fra calls “urban intervention” and can be found in Prague in the Czech
Simon Cowell has a face made from sliced garlic and his hair is made of black olives, according to an artist who has made a pizza portrait of him. The Freaky loves these pizza portraits of celebrities made by English artist Prudence Stait. Working from photos Prudence draws the face by hand on the pizza
Body modification just gets more and more bizarre. Now people in Japan are injecting saline into their foreheads to make them look like bagels! A bagel head artist injects the forehead with approximately 400cc of saline over two hours. This forms a large welt on the head. Then the artist presses their finger into the
These are great black and white landscapes. But look again because on closer inspection all is not what it seems. The backdrops are nude bodies, the figures are small-scale models. These amazing perception distorting photos have been taken by artist Allan Teger. Artist Teger has spent more than 35 years developing his ‘bodyscapes’ with a
What do you get if you cross a baby’s head, a possum and a bird? You get these very weird creations. Andrew Lancaster is a taxidermist in New Zealand who has created these strange and wonderful creations from the bodies he has found as roadkill.
Can you see him? Chinese artist Liu Bolin is a real life invisible man. Bolin manages to camouflage himself into any surroundings, no matter how difficult they might be. Liu spends up to 10 hours working on a single photo, to make sure he gets it just right. But its worth it – often passers-by don’t even