From art: grotesque

gro·tesque

[groh-tesk]  

adjective

1.

odd or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; fantastically ugly or absurd; bizarre.
2.

fantastic in the shaping and combination of forms, as in decorative work combining incongruoushuman
 and animal figures with scrolls, foliage, etc.
noun

3.

any grotesque object, design, person, or thing.
Origin: 
1555–65;  < French  < Italian grottesco  (as noun, grottesca  grotesque decoration such as was
 apparentlyfound in excavated dwellings), derivative of grotta.  See grotto-esque

Related forms

gro·tesque·ly, adverb
gro·tesque·ness, noun
un·gro·tesque, adjective
Synonyms
1. distorted, deformed, weird, antic, wild. See fantastic.
Taken from: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/grotesque
Everything has a dark side, and I believe grotesque is the dark side of beautiful, so it should be as inspiring as beauty itself:
fashion pachanga grotesque
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