If the photo above terrifies you, you’re not the only one! Daily-Art.com posted a bunch of photos of artist Bobby Causey’s hyper-realistic wax figures and they are super cool (and scary).
Have you ever visited a wax museum? If you liked those figures, you will be amazed by the work of Bobby Causey. His latex sculptures of Hollywood stars are so real they’re completely freaky! Can you imagine walking into a room where Jack Nicholson’s very realistic bust is wielding an axe at you? How about Heath Ledgers Joker giving you a demented, freaky stare?
The creator of these one of a kind sculptures is Bobby Causey, an artist with a knack for realism and a passion for film. He not only creates these mind blowing wax the characters we are presenting here, but also movie vehicle replicas with just as much thought and precision.
The details of these great wax figures are so precise and realistic it’s astounding: individual hairs are visible, eyes are wet and focused, you can practically see them breath. And a part of these stunning masterpieces are only 1/6th scale, only becoming obvious when you compare them to the size of things next to them.
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