Plastic Surgeon turns decapitated pig head into Paris Hilton

Posted by on Feb 7, 2014 in News, Observations

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As far as an artist’s message goes, tough to beat.

Perfected Superficial culture has a chance yet!

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  1. Maxwell Hung says:

    I’m not buying it. The transition from pig to Paris is too fast!

  2. sean says:

    wheres the challenge? i mean this isnt much of a stretch.

  3. Mg says:

    As far as likeness is concerned, he made a pig’s ear of it

  4. mario says:

    where’s the transformation part?

  5. Raven says:

    Yeah yeah, everyone hates Paris Hilton.
    I personally think this is some extreme talent, good job for the artist!

  6. gaetano says:

    The correct evolution is from Paris Hilton to pig. The poor pig is higher.

  7. Maha says:

    I’m sorry but people should not be fooled into thinking plastic surgery is an easy task. It easily turns out wrong, is incredibly painful and this type of full face procedure on a human would take many ops, pain, agony. Sure it’s amazing he/she is that good, but I wonder how many hundreds of botched pigs heads we don’t get to see!!

  8. piggy says:

    a guilt free blow job

  9. swen says:

    Um this is nice Hollywood sfx trick.Head was build latex plastic…nice try.

  10. federicovalli says:

    …uhmm..impressive!..but I preferred the pig… alive and smiling…his face it’s more nice :)

  11. marine says:

    it’s obviously fake, dead tissues can’t heal.

  12. Bradley says:

    Fake, and so is Paris Hilton!!!!

  13. Len Gomez says:

    Mmmmmmmm Bacon….. oh no! You ruined the bacon!

  14. Wa says:

    Come on friends, who gives a shit if it’s fake? Or “real”plastic surgery? The artifact above says enough, and I’m guessing (Maha) that this was not meant to be taken literally.

  15. John says:

    There’s no such thing as a decapitated head. “Decapitated” means “had its head removed”. The head didn’t have a head to remove; it had a body to remove. It should be “severed head” or “discorporated head”.

  16. RSH says:

    @John

    Normally we refer to these as ‘disembodied heads’.

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