Grotesque, fleshy sculptures by Russel Cameron

Russel Cameron's grotesque, beautiful sculptures "possess human characteristics such as skin texture and some form of anatomical structure," fashioned into blobby, nightmarish, sexual forms.

He cites "Zdzislaw Beksinski, H.R Giger, Francisco Goya and Hieronymus Bosch" as influences. Some pieces to check out: Restless Summer Night; Untitled/New Sculpture; Flesh and Bone; A taste of joy and hope for this ungodly soul (which appears on the cover of Gregor Xane's novel The Hanover Block).