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The Realistic Anatomy Of Popular Toys

Most kids don't take the best care of their toys. Sure, they'll get excited about a new Barbie doll, teddy bear, or lego set for five minutes, but next thing you know, the toys have been beheaded and can be found strewn limbless around the house. Perhaps kids would take better care of their toys if, rather than the usual stuffing or pieces of plastic they are used to seeing upon dismemberment, they were greeted with a skeleton and organs instead? New York-based sculptor and toy designer Jason Freeny reimagines popular children's characters and designs them with a 'realistic anatomy,' displaying them dissected down the middle. They aren't exactly available for mass production, but maybe this is the way forward? Here are some of his masterful creations, but you can catch more of them on his Facebook and Instagram pages.

pictures showing the realistic anatomy of popular toys - thumbnail includes pictures of Popeye, Bugs Bunny and Sully inside guts x-ray organs
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Artist Creates Realistic Sculpture Of Mickey Mouse At His Real Age

Mickey Mouse — probably the world's most famous cartoon character — is a household favorite, but one that hasn't aged since his creation 92 years ago, in November 1928. And that's probably a good thing because it turns out, 92-years-old Mickey Mouse is creepy as f*ck! Artist Darick Maasen created a realistic sculpture out of clay depicting what Mickey would look like as his real age, and it's one of the most horrifying (albeit talented) things I've ever seen! Check out the creative process below, and you'll never look at Mickey the same way again!

pictures of sculpture of mickey mouse as his realistic age
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Artist Turns Popular Japanese Snacks Into Masterpieces Of Art

This art style is called, 'kirigami' and it a form of paper art and not-so-distant cousin of the classic origami art. 'Kiru,' in Japanese, means "to cut" and 'kami' means "paper". However, artist Haruki-sensei doesn't cut usual paper to create his artworks.

His 'paper' comes from the packaging of popular Japanese snacks! And the art he creates from each boxing is truly jaw-dropping. 

Prepare yourself for this magic! 


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