The blog of Terry Border.
Whoh... left me wordless.
Terry, that's incredibly disturbing.
Wow, nice to see another side of you (a particularly creepy side I might add)! Wonderful craft, it's an eerily realistic item.
All my fingers are like that.It's part of the reason she married me.
What the Hell?! Strange my friend.Very strange.
I see lanie's "ew" and raise you an "ew, gnarly...".
The only thing better than a bad pun is a slightly gross pun. Well done my friend!
Sick, disgusting, ... genius
Thanks to all for the comments and insights.When I started this blog, people told me that I was doing work which was "out of the box". Well, I learned that after a while, people build a new box to put you in. A certain type of work is expected of you. I'll keep making the work I've become known for, but I'll be making other things too. So consider this a first go at trying to escape the expected.
Terry- definitely don't stop making new and creative things! I admire all of your work, no matter if it is in your MO or not. I like some of your pieces more than others, but that's just me. Keep it up.
Thanks tedder. You can be sure I'll keep trying new things!I realized this one wasn't going to be everyone's favorite. hehe
Wait, now... which one is "the finger"?
Terry - this is so weird - I love it.
Man, that brings back traumatic memories of dissecting worms in bio class in HS. The ether didn't work well enough and the poor little buggers pulled themselves apart, writhing. Gawd, what a terrible day. But, great art, Terry. Very realistic.
Truly creepy crawly!
Luckily, we don´t have to like your creepy side, but it´s always great to see your creativity. You are an artist!
So, I get the ring finger being a worm, ergo ringworm...what's that growing out of the wrist?:)
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