Here is a collection of some weird animal arts that are really strange and some are even freaky too. The unique combination of imagination and art has led to some interesting results. At the same time, you will find it strange and it will also depend on which one you are looking at are funny, disturbing or eerie.
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Kate Mcdowell's Casualty:
US-based artist Kate Mcdowell's art collection "Casualty" exhibits the difference between man and nature in a state of destruction. According to the artist, "In my work, this romantic ideal of union with the natural world conflicts with our contemporary impact on the environment. These pieces are in part responses to environmental stressors including climate change, toxic pollution, and gm crops. They also borrow from myth, art history, figures of speech and other cultural touchstones. In some pieces aspects of the human figure stand-in for ourselves and act out sometimes harrowing, sometimes humorous transformations which illustrate our current relationship with the natural world." (Treehugger).
Creepy photoshopping art by Fred Caputi:
Artist Fred Caputy used photoshopping skill to create eerie and disturbing images of humanimal faces. In his weird art series, he experimented the animal and man photoshopping combination which has resulted in some interesting but creepy and disturbing images. (via)
Roadkill street art:
This unusual art installation features mutilated stuffed animals that are killed on the roads. However, in this special art, mutilated animals are made out of cloths. New York-based artist L. Mylott Manning installed this street art to examine the reactions of the viewers. (via)
The Kitchen Ventilation Ad:
Can you imagine a human with edible heads? A campaign was created for a kitchen ventilation company in India that showcased the benefits of using their product. The witty ad campaign featured people's heads replaced with the heads of chicken and goats and even with a giant eggplant. Because Indian food is rich in aromas and people just smell like the food they cook. (via)