The frightening pendant you see above is Trevor Brown's spiked pacifier. Brown is an artist whose site 'Baby Art' features his macabre and twisted creations. From Japanese Lolita culture to the kind of macabre material you'd see in the movie 'Hostel,' Trevor Brown's art isn't for those with sensitive tastes (or stomachs).
Check out more images of Trevor Brown's spiked pacifier above, and keep clicking for more macabre features.
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