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Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Hold the repulsion- we're talking art, not lice. Seattle artist Adrienne Antonson makes tiny insect sculptures with recycled human hair and glue, and they're pretty spectacular.

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

Human Hair Bugs (It's Not How It Sounds)

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I can appreciate the anal retentive amount of work that goes into these, but these are gross.

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