Inside-out teddy bears are kind of terrifying.

Inside-out teddy bears are kind of terrifying.
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"We are coming for you while you sleep."

Did you know that lurking inside every adorable teddy bear is a monster waiting to get out? In their more-commonly seen state, they are soft and furry avatars of a child's dreams, but just a few snips and a few pulls will reveal something far more disturbing. All rough fabric and maladroit stitching, their true sinister personalities are revealed in this photographic series, simply titled "Bears," by Brooklyn-based artist Kent Rogowski.

Some of his more nefarious everted bears are collected below, along with a brief description of how each one is planning to kill you:

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Nice to meet you. I'm Theodore Kelly.
I want your succulent flesh inside of my belly.

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Hello, there. My name's Simone.
I'll wear your head like it is my own.

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They call me Reginald T. Bear.
I'll turn on the oven gas, when you're not aware.

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My name is Mr. Mull.
I'll put a hatchet inside your skull.

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I'm Roy.
I'm just gonna shoot you.

Lots and lots more nightmare bears can be found on Kent Rogowski's website.

(by Dennis DiClaudio)

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