Some people might associate the idea of mutated humans with the comic book world, but it appears that one artist has decided to put a more gruesome spin on the concept. As though inspired by radiation exposure and other unfortunate chemical contact, Alessandro Boezio has created detailed mutated human sculptures that revolve around feet as fingers, hands as arthropods and even more disturbingly abstract forms. Some of the pieces even have veins and hair, which is incredible and impressive.
Boezio's series of mutated human sculptures, which are made out of clay and fiberglass, scientific and evolutionary concepts; yet people will be too enamored with the sheer amount of detail in each work to delve too deeply into the meaning behind them.
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