Sunglasses Inspired By H.R. Giger Artwork

These sunglasses are sure to make you the talk of the town, but whether that talk is good or bad is a matter of opinion.

Inspired by the painting Illuminatus II by H.R. Giger, these sunglasses created by multimedia artist Doktor A make you look like you have a giant safety pin stuck through your nose, and would have been most stylish during the 80s.

Now, only the brave, or Lady Gaga, will attempt to match this unique accessory with their wardrobe. But if you consider yourself fashion forward, you can't get much more forward than wearing these bad boys!

(for the record, I couldn't find these sunglasses anywhere on Doktor A's site, but I've included the link to give the artist credit) --via Super Punch

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Giger already made a pair of these for himself, back in the 80s. There's a photo of him wearing them in his book, New York City.

Zero points for originality.
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