Saatchi Online Artist: Fantich Young; Mixed Media, 2010, Sculpture "Apex Predator Shoes. 2010 "

Hats off to the craftsmanship of these Apex Predator Shoes with soles made of 1050 teeth dentures. We at Anchorage denture clinic, Dentures Alaska, are more pleased when our dentures help someone to regain their lost smile.

Apex Predator Shoes Made Of 1,050 Teeth - OhGizmo!

Designers Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young have given the classic lace-up brogue a gruesome makeover, replacing the rubber soles with teeth.

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Apex Predator Shoe by Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young British artists Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young have re-interpreted the classic Oxford shoe by replacing the rubber soles with teeth.

Art for Esquire magazine | Flickr - Photo Sharing! http://www.flickr.com/photos/laserbread/6214720006/

This photo of an exceptionally awesome hairdo was taken by Brock Davis for a piece for Esquire magazine's Grooming Spectacular: The Ramifications of a bold new haircut - in the October 2011 issue.

Coveting this two sided journal! Lines on one side, light grid on the other.

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A Notebook Made for your Whole Brain - Design Milk A fully reversible, double- sided notebook for anyone who likes to use both sides of their brain by way of sketching, doodling, writing, or making lists.

Shoe Sculptures "Brisket Flip Flop” by Robert Tabor. "He has made amazing, although maybe not entirely functional, shoes that are works of art."

Crazy flip flops - part art installation and part footwear, these sandwich flip flops are loaded with plenty of meat, cheese and veggies!

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RIBEYRON is a unisex label based in Paris working on functional products with the use of high quality and modern components. Fall/Winter 2015 is revisiting original styles of footwear like combat boots, derby and monk shoes among others.

The 1902 adaptation of The Wizard of Oz looked extremely unsettling

The 1902 adaptation of The Wizard of Oz looked extremely unsettling

The 1902 stage musical version of Frank L. Baum’s The Wizard of Oz debuted in Chicago and then moved on to Broadway. Featured here are Fred Stone as the Scarecrow and David C. Montgomery as the Tin Man.

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Horror Shoes Use Massive Amount Of Teeth For Soles

Unique shoes with hundreds of fake human teeth designed by British artists Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young.

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