Some parents hang their kids’ drawings on the fridge. Tom Curtis uses them to create images of his own.
Thanks to Curtis’ Photoshop skills, every squiggly line and disproportionate limb takes on a creepy but charming quality when rendered in a more realistic form.
The 'uncanny valley' describes a phenomenon in which images appear human, but are not quite right and thus cause a sense of unease.
Not all of Curtis' images are frightening, like this clownfish that's cute enough to be a scene-stealer in 'Finding Nemo.'
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