The World’s Strangest Cameras

This 4″x5″ pinhole camera is made from aluminum, titanium, acrylic, formaldehyde and a human infant’s heart. Wayne Martin Belger crafts some of the world’s strangest, darkest cameras, each for a specific purpose. The Heart Camera one was designed for his photo series of very pregnant women, exploring the artist’s relationship with his twin brother who died at birth. Some of his other materials include gold, wood, ivory, deer horns, 150-year-old skull of a 13-year-old girl and HIV positive blood that pumps through the camera in front of the pinhole and functions as a #25 red filter.