See The Weird Pictures A Guy Posted That Got Him 231k Followers
By BrightBlog | self meida writer
Published 9 months ago - 31 views
Think of the scariest thing you've ever seen because these pictures will both scare and amaze you. It's all about creativity.
The internet has been seen as the best way to share our creative ideas and works. The pictures below depicts the work of a female graphic designer and a male artistic director who hails from Antwerp, Belgium.
Their pairs have been called "Mothmeister". The name Mothmeister is meant to denote the transformation of something not so pretty into something beautiful.
They like to combine pictures of stuffed animals and people wearing scary mask to create a wonderful artistic image which they usually channel into their post apocalyptic landscapes.
With their weird and bizarre pictures they have been able to amass more than 231k Followers on Instagram.
See some of their weird pictures below;
Note: All image credit goes to @mothmeister on Instagram
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