Putting bad hair days into perspective, these super-creepy, ultra-detailed graphite drawings by Hong Chun Zhang take tresses of follicle goodness and turn them into everyday objects. Entitled Hairy Objects, Zhang’s surreal imaginings swap bangs and bunches, fringes and furry looking manes into places you’d least expect them, like the middle of a hamburger, the toilet roll holder or the middle of a book.

Having studied at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, the drawings represent more than just a freak out, they take the idea of hair as cultural identity, and of gender and familial roles, mixing beauty and strength in their oddness.

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