Eyeball face makeup

The Brazilian website "Arte do Medo" identifies this amazing eyeball face horror makeup as originating in Japan, though no other details are forthcoming.

Update: Thanks to BB commenters FakeNina and Daemonworks, this fellow has been identified as Hikaru Cho, whose Tumblr is here, and whose personal site is here.

ARTE DO MEDO #5 (via Super Punch)



  1. Great.  I’ll be spending the rest of the week trying to unsee that.

    Thanks a lot.

  2. I see D&D 5th ed is playtesting some interesting human/monster crossbreeds as playable races.

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  3. Reminds me of Mack White’s cartoon “Jokey”.  I’m one of those people who had a subscription to the hard copy edition of Boing Boing and I really loved the cartoons. 

  4. Incidentally, Cory… you may want to try doing google reverse image searches on unattributed photos like this. It only took me 10 seconds to ID the creator.

    1. Especially considering that silly mixup posting the fake religious tract. Love you Cory, but reverse google ought to be a first step in some of  your journalism.

    1. That was more of painting someone’s own face slightly to the side of their actual face.. not randomly painted eyes. Which I thoought was a neat effect. 

  5. I believe I met this woman at a party at that Mexican families place. Insane, in teh membrane! Dude!

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