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Surreal sculptures


If you're a vivid dreamer or a fan of David Lynch movies then you'll be aware of the power of a surreal image.

From confusion to shock to awe, there's nothing quite as fascinating as things not being quite as they should. London-based American artist Nancy Fouts is fully aware of this and has created a selection of stunning sculptures that excel in subverting expectations.

From the toothbrush made of teeth to the egg inside an egg, they're all pretty awesome, in a nightmarish sort of way. Most impressively, they involve zero Photoshop and are all based on actual creations.

You can see more of her work here.



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