There’s something terribly surrealistic in Meatwreck. In the same way that the posts about object annoyingly misplaced and not matching tyles provoke as much fascination as irrepressible hatred, Meatwreck has that morbid attractive side that only phobias have. Just have a look at that people that suffer from trypophobia (like our Editor in Chief) that simply can’t stop watching pictures that emanate just that, extreme trypophobia, while they’re about to be sick. Meatwreck is a photography duo conformed by Mitra Saboury and Derek Paul Boyle. Their creations are, above all, unexpected; they feed on uncomfortable sensations as if they were taken out of a feverish dream. They are temptation that you can’t stop looking at even though you don’t really know why; surrealism with a twist in impeccable aesthetics. Obviously, we love it.