My latest blog perfect for the armchair reader who is looking to explore some of the creepiest, quirkiest and by golly downright curious tidbits of knowledge and weirdness found on the web for the curious bunch all you tumblrs and tumblerettes out there....

You will learn about some of America's most intrguing monsters like Frogmen and Gatormen and Goatmen or read about animals that have stood trial or even Mike, the headless chicken- a bird who for 18 months ran around with his head cut off.

So come step inside the circus tent and discover the weird, strange and unusual things that go bump in the night.

Disclaimer:
All images, unless otherwise noted, were taken from the Internet and are assumed to be in the public domain. These images are not presented as my own work, unless I note it under the specific post. Copyright still belongs to the owner / creator of each work. In the event that there is still a problem or error with copyrighted material, the break of the said copyright is neither intentional and not for profit in any way. The material in question will be removed at once with any presented proof. All models are assumed to be 18+ and just plain strange and very weird.

Images are regularly manipulated to look better; Flóra Borsi's on the other hand, are aesthetically comforting whilst offering an obscurity whereby her images offer a polarity – creating an equally alluring and unsettling effect as a result. Her commitment to exploring new ideas are both palpable and personal, as she explains, ”Using myself as a model makes it easier for me to express my ideas and fantasies, even if it means working until 2am.” And it is this passion and evolving vision that is unequivocally present in the multiple depths of her images. 

Flóra Borsi’s purpose of offering the physically impossible is in contrast to the more common intention which is to make the viewer believe in its impossibility as possible. She doesn’t just offer a new reality but rather an exploration of perception that encourages new questions and possible understandings. This results in a much more exciting endeavourer for the practice of pushing an image beyond its original form and is the reason why she has already captured so many people’s imaginations and interest.

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