The work of Asger Carlsen

Danish photographer Asger Carlsen began his career at 16 when he sold a photo he took of the police yelling at him and his friends for burning a picket fence to the local paper. For the next ten years Asger worked as a crime photographer before moving on to shooting ads for magazines. Then one day while messing around on his computer he created an image of a face with a bunch of eyes that led him to the distorted photographs he has become known for. His eerie and often humorous work makes you question what is human, and has been exhibited and published internationally.

It looks like failed experiments from the Human Caterpillar. I wasn’t planning on sleeping anyways.

That movie sequel was banned in the UK. That’s how you know it was a bit too much. 

Human Caterpillar.

A much less terrifying title than Human Centipede.

Reblogged from sixpenceee