Super realistic & creepy Trump, Clinton, & Sanders masks cannot be unseen

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If you’ve ever wondered what an overweight Donald Trump, bikini-clad Bernie Sanders, and muscled Hillary Clinton look like, then today is your lucky day.

Landon Meier owns a company called Hyperflesh which creates creepily realistic masks of various famous people, including the presidential hopefuls, as well as Charlie Sheen and Tyrion Lannister from Game of Thrones.

#charliesheen #hyperflesh #landonmeier #midgetcharliesheen

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Actor Bryan Cranston famously wore Meier’s Walter White mask at San Diego Comic Con in 2013 and walked around the event with fans unaware just who was under the mask.

Walter white mask #mask #hyperflesh #landonmeier #bryancranston #walterwhite #breakingbad

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The Denver-based artist also makes a selection of weird crying baby masks, but we’re not getting into that right now.

His latest creations debuted at Monsterpalooza: The Art of Monsters this past weekend and left people feeling a mixture of excited, disturbed, and terrified.

#Monsterpalooza Everyday is #Halloween #Drumpf #FeeltheBurn #hyperflesh

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Unsurprisingly, the masks attracted a lot of attention with numerous people keen to be photographed with the alternative group.

Here’s Hillary pushing away another Greenpeace fanatic.

And Bernie in his summer wear.

While in reality they may be political rivals, their Monsterpalooza equivalents were very friendly with each other.

#berniesanders #hillaryclinton #donaldtrump #monsterpalooza #masks #creepy I'M SORRY THAT YOU CAN'T UN-SEE THIS!

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Meier didn't make a Ted Cruz mask, but then again, plenty of people think his real face is creepy enough.

Now we’re off to wash out our eyes with soap.