Half human, half dog creature

Half human, half dog creature

61 Responses

  1. merry says:

    what the heck is that??????

  2. Dogman says:



  3. Mary says:

    Oh Look it’s that B&^$# that my ex husband married!

  4. ash says:

    yo that looks like rhys jefferys mum lmao !!!!

    nah not really its his dad =D

  5. hannah says:

    i realy dont think that it is real it cant be there is no such thing as half human half dog.

  6. Tabitha says:

    Well duh its not real. its a sculpture by someone…I forget the name…but its on display. notice the people walking in the background. I found this on another site called unexplained mysteries…..its really cool.

  7. Merinda says:

    WTF is that?!?!??!?!?!!?

  8. Audrey says:

    WOW….Thats all I can say about that….

  9. Liz says:

    O.k. what sort of life could someone lead to think of this as “art” that’s all I gotta say.

  10. chris says:

    thisis very artistic, and a great imagination to thin of somthing like this, amzing to look at

    now thats art

  11. nikki says:

    just so everyone knows this is a sculture in a museum… it’s not real…

  12. mokhtar says:

    it is sooo cute!

  13. Ashley says:

    This is so supernatural…It doesnt seem real!!! I think it is!!
    The mother kind of scares me still but the babies are so adorable. I would love to see them up close!

  14. Olivia says:

    That’s cool and somewhat disturbing….

  15. lizz says:

    its not a real thing its a piece of art i studied art in school and that was in one of the books

  16. Doozle says:

    OH MY GOD WHAT THE HELL IS THIS CRAP….i thought this was real..i was like “this is sosaid”

  17. bobby says:

    ewwwwww dont ever make fun of a dog agian or i will beat the crap out of you i sware


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  19. bobby says:

    WHO R U????

  20. darrious says:

    i hate this

  21. tiff says:

    as an aspiring artist I must say that I appreciate the imaginative brilliance it took to create such an astonishing piece. It really makes you open your eyes and think “is that real?”

  22. Andrew says:

    Wow. THis is awesome. I know it’s fake, but I think if there was a way to mix a dog and a human it would look like this. Great imagination by the artist

  23. dodge says:

    ahh i thought it was real, but if a human and a dog maited, thats disgustin’ but its not right on the babys and the mother to look that ugly.DOG RIGHTS lol.

  24. i love animals! says:


  25. buzy says:

    please stop did you know that i am 9 and 9 year olds shod not see that stop macing dogs

  26. hhfg says:

    the mum freaks me out but still is interesting but i want to no if it is cloned kids ther so cute

  27. Gary Lagana says:

    That is so cruel. Who in the right mind would do such a thing. The group or person who did that should go to jail. Eve better cut off a body part.

  28. nikki says:

    FALSE!! that isn’t half man half dog!!! that’s half man half pig!!

  29. Ben says:

    NO! its half man half bear half pig!!

  30. asdfjkl; says:

    its the real life manbearpig from South Park! Duh! losers…

  31. yourmum says:

    omg that is disgusting ๐Ÿ˜

  32. CRYSTAL says:


  33. Zen says:

    This is a sculpture by an Austrian artist called Patricia Piccinini

  34. Undefined says:


    Im like a dog lover and this is sick, wrong and disgusing and you all can say its only a sculpter and laugh at it but bare in mind i just found a site that has this on it:

    The city’s population of Umbaรบba, Brazil was impressed and shocked: the birth of offspring of a dog with human characteristics. Of the five puppies born, one that was born dead, had human hands and feet, besides the male genital organ. According to the veterinarian John Farias, this is probably a genetic anomaly. “It is a disorder of chromosome at the time of formation of the fetus, which call Neoformacao Genetics, nothing more than that. There is the possibility that fetus has been generated from a sexual relationship of a man with a dog.”

    there for there are or maybe halfdog half humans out there altough i feel like vomiting from a line in there about the guy haveing $3% with his dog ;S if i had one of those i would get it killed id take it stright to the vets, i belive if YOU or a FRIEND does have one of these creatures it can be classed as animal crulty

  35. Alphamourha KWK says:

    I am pleaesd on side and not to another side. Good for the imagination if you are an artist but not good as a human being.

  36. Alphamourha KWK says:

    I can only support that if it is just an imagination in respect of art and not really good as a human being. The end of the world may be if it is real.

  37. madison says:

    that is cool how did you do that ๐Ÿ™‚

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  39. prince ubong says:

    r u sure dats real? cos if its real we all have to prepare for END TIME

  40. Corinth says:

    Listen guys… IT”S A SCULTPTURE!!! Do you not read comments before you post them. Anyways… I do agree with the one comment about this being animal cruely if this were real. I do congradulate the artist’s conception of what a hybrid dog/human mix. This is definately an interesting peice. In my opinion though half the people that wrote comments in here to pay attention to what is already written down. It’s just a sculpture as said in at least 5 or 6 comments before mine. Glad to see the worlds artists are aspiring to reach new heights.

  41. Naomi says:

    Seriously people it’s a piece of Art, an expression of the artists imagination. If they found the idea of a half human half, whatever having a more basic form and shape that’s their decision isn’t it? If you look past your disturbed outer self and really think about it, the artist did an amazing production of what they saw in their mind. The sculpture is amazingly detailed right down to fine strands of hair/fur whatever you wanna call it and everyones all grossed out cause it causes us as human to feel uncomfortable at the idea that anything that hideous could be remotely related to what we see as a human appearance. The fine detail is wonderful

    anyway. I ranted enough and they always say it’s not truely a great artwork unless it makes you think or feel u comforable. Thumbs up to whoever created it !!!!!

  42. disgusted reader says:

    that is disgusting and wierd. thats so fake!

  43. cio872000 says:

    please refer to this link for more information about the image: http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/bl_half_human.htm

  44. beby says:

    omg dats mad cool i love the puppies and the mom i wish i had them

  45. Christine says:

    it is wax art this person has an entire collection you morons. grow a brain and get off the computer if you never saw this person exhibit on CNN, quit facebooking frick

  46. Lyalyn says:

    How does they half human and half dog,what they made it of,did a half human and half dog alive now or not,does it shy or not

  47. the ddd's! says:

    omg that thing isan abomination. not of gods creation!
    its STUPID!!!!!!!!!!

  48. ruby diaz says:

    awwwwwwwwww poor lil doggies if i find out who did that ill murdre them…not but poor lil pups

  49. jimmy07061665189 says:

    i greatly appreciate the work of paccinni here but i guess we are all getting the story wrong… we should not start misinterpreting it like what happened to the controversial painting of michaelangelo. there, davinci code appeared from the suppossed painting of christ.pls, this is mere art work…cheerss

  50. jimmy07061665189 says:

    read the following from about.com on the work of ausralian-born patricia paccinni….”Her exhibition, We Are Family, will explore the changing relationship between what is considered natural and what is considered artificial. Piccinini’s strange and lovable life-forms will transform the Australian Pavilion into a home of the future.

    A ‘family’ of new and recent sculptures will live in the Australian Pavilion, among them young cloned boys, who on closer inspection show signs of old age grey hairs, age-spots and wrinkles (Gameboys Advanced); a litter of pups that is oddly human (The Young Family); and a realistic young girl caring for a group of strange embryonic lumps (Still Life with Stem Cells).

    Piccinini uses plastic, paint and computer pixels to mimic the generative potential of biological substances such as stem cells. The resulting figures are deeply ambivalent – sometimes odd or ugly, but always worthy of care, attention and love.

    Piccinini’s works animate the promise and the perils of the runaway scientific developments that pervade our time. Her art embodies our dreams – dreams of perfect children, of perfect health, of life disease-free, and articulates the value of difference and uncertainty in human life.

    Her work brings a deeply personal perspective to current ethical debates on medical intervention: What constitutes a human being? Where does one species end and the other begin? Who takes responsibility for the life they create? Are some lives worth more than others?

    With a bold body of work behind her 36-year-old Piccinini has a fast growing reputation as one of Australia’s most exciting young artists. She has exhibited widely overseas and in Australia with solo exhibitions at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography in Japan, the Centro de Artes Visuales in Lima, Peru, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Her work has been shown in the Berlin and Gwang’ju Biennales and in Song of the Earth, Kassel. In 2002 Piccinini participated in the Biennale of Sydney, Heterosis at the Conde Duque in Spain, the Liverpool Biennale, the opening exhibition of the Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art and a survey at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.

    Linda Michael will curate the exhibition of Piccinini’s work for Venice in 2003. Senior Curator at Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Michael was previously at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Sydney. She has worked extensively with Piccinini, and included her work in MCA exhibitions Photography is Dead! Long Live Photography! in 1996 and Natural Selection in 1997, and organised her participation in Song of the Earth, Kassel, Germany.

    Victoria Lynn will represent the Venice exhibition as the Australian commissioner. Formerly curator of contemporary art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Lynn is Chair of the Visual Arts/Crafts Board, Australia Council, and Director of Creative Development, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne.

    We are Family opens at the Venice Biennale from mid June to late October 2003. The Australia Council, the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body, has managed and funded a long history of Australian representation in the Biennale and owns the Australian Pavilion in Venice. Australia’s participation at the 50th Venice Biennale is project managed by Global Art Projects”.

  51. wayne says:

    those puppies are reealy cute buh their mom sure freaks me out…… Nd thank god itz just a sculpture…. Lol….

  52. Punga says:

    Looks like a chimera from Full Metal Alchemist.

  53. micheal says:


  54. laquant says:

    the grown dog look like a real human mixed with a dog,but the puppies are cute,look at their booties they look like baby bottoms,,look at the puppy thats sitting away from the rest all curled&rolling around like a real baby

  55. Your Mom says:

    Ummm, WTH ?! ๐Ÿ˜

  56. Your Mom says:

    That’s photoshoped or sculped ? Someone tell me that’s not real. :s

  57. ThatGirl Jennifer says:

    Wow! Can she talk.if so she shld do an interview

  58. ThatGirl Jennifer says:

    The babies r adorable too

  59. taybabe says:

    i feel so gross like im going to puke but the babies are kinda cut if they were real i hope they dont start too look like their mom

  60. Bill Stevens says:

    This sculpture is not bad but not as good as my daughters sand castles.

  61. matthew tarango says:

    that thing looks creepy

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