No Rules No Shame

February 6, 2012

Masha Krasnova-Shabaeva

Filed under: HAIR, Handmade2D, The Uncanny — norulesnoshame @ 16:47

I really love these drawings. There are videos, too! Works by Masha Krasnova-Shabaeva.


January 4, 2012

Lukasz Wierzbowski

Filed under: Photography, The Uncanny — norulesnoshame @ 01:26

Some of these photos by Polish artist Lukasz Wierzbowski are right up my alley.

October 26, 2011

Jamie Isenstein

Filed under: funny art, Sculpture, The Uncanny — norulesnoshame @ 15:24

Right up my alley. Works by Jamie Isenstein.

August 16, 2011

Bill vs. Betty

Filed under: Other websites do exist, The Uncanny — norulesnoshame @ 00:07

Having a hard time getting over the funnies here on the Bill vs. Betty website. It’s Bill Murray and Betty White, with their faces switched out for one another. I love this. Thanks, Ian!

August 13, 2011

Sarah Garzoni

Filed under: Hurranimals, Sculpture, The Uncanny — norulesnoshame @ 00:21

This is a project called “Boudoir” from Sarah Garzoni. Not much to say, right? Pretty sweet.

Lissa’s friend Betty posted this artist on the Ef-book. Thanks, Betty!

April 2, 2011

Humans Since 1982 Hairclip

Filed under: Design, Photography, The Uncanny — norulesnoshame @ 20:47

An accessory after my own heart. A hair clip with eyes on it, obvs. By Humans Since 1982.

February 22, 2011


Filed under: Performance, The Uncanny, Video — fanny luvvin @ 19:25

I don’t know if this is video art or the documentation of performance art. Either way, Pebbelz might be my new favorite.

Milana’s note: This is super NSFW! Unless you chose the “video vixen” career, or you are Jay-Z.

January 14, 2011

Elena Dorfman

Filed under: Photography, Sculpture, The Uncanny — norulesnoshame @ 01:16

There is something so fascinating, creepy, and incredibly contemporary about this real doll phenomenon. Images from series called “Still Lovers” by Elena Dorfman, though I heartily recommend the BBC documentary on the subject.

December 17, 2010

7 McNuggets and A Switch Blade

Filed under: Photography, The Uncanny — corona @ 12:51

I’m a big fan of “hypotheticals.” I love asking friends and family what they would do in a specific situation that is likely to never take place.

“If I was bitten by a zombie, would you wait for me to turn and kill me or would you spare me and shoot me in the head instantly?”

“If you won the lottery, what would you buy first and where would you want to live?”

“If you had the opportunity to murder anyone without ever being found out, who would it be?”  No one ever wants to play this one…

And one of my all-time favorites, “What would your last meal consist of?”

Julia Ziegler-Haynes wanted to know what someone who has years to contemplate this very question would eventually decide on, and after going through years of public records, she has re-created and photographed some infamous inmates’ final entrees. Yummy, and sad. Mostly sad.

Her website is under constrution, but you can see more photos here:

October 18, 2010

Alexander Mendelevich

Filed under: Doppelganger, Photography, The Uncanny — norulesnoshame @ 01:09

Unsurprisingly loving these photos by Russian Alexander Mendelevich. Guess I’m not the only Russian Jew with an affection for tightly squeezed toes, awkward posture, and object misuse. Friends?

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