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H.R. Giger (known for disturbing and often bio-mechanical visuals) was known to incorporate Satanic imagery into his work (seen here with the standard pose of Satan, the head of the Baphomet, and a nude alter).

Giger (known for disturbing and often bio-mechanical visuals) was known to incorporate Satanic imagery into his work (seen here with the standard pose of Satan, the head of the Baphomet, and a nude alter).

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"Landscape XIV" by H.R. Giger

"Landscape XIV" by H.R. Giger

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HR Giger - From the biomechanics series

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H.R. Giger’s Cyborg Horror Merges Sex, Tech, Legend

H.R. Giger’s Cyborg Horror Merges Sex, Tech, Legend

by Hans Rudolf Giger's monochromic, surrealistic artwork.

We lost one of our greatest inspirations when H.R. Giger died the other day. But his artworks will live on and yield more creative bounty in the years to come. To celebrate his life and career, here's a showcase of the most incredible (and unnerving) artworks of H.R. Giger.

The Most Unforgettable Creations of H. R. Giger

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Hans Rudolf Giger.  May inspire some of the more serious scenes...

May inspire some of the more serious scenes.

A work by Swiss artist HR Giger is seen at an exhibition called 'Traeume und Visionen' (Dreams and Visions) at the Kunsthaus Wien in Vienna, Austria

Pictures of the day: 9 March 2011

A work by Swiss artist HR Giger is seen at an exhibition called 'Traeume und Visionen' (Dreams and Visions) at the Kunsthaus Wien in Vienna, Austria

The Most Unforgettable Creations of H. R. Giger

The Most Unforgettable Creations of H. R. Giger

Hans Rüdi Giger: Mordor VII

"Mordor VII" by H. Giger, 100 x 70 cm, acrylic on wood, 1975