Hungry's Instagram bio says "distorted drag", and I think it is the only appropriate way to describe her style. With over 174,000 followers, the Berlin-based drag queen uploads equal parts headache-inducing and awe-inspiring looks that play with snake-like curves, pearls, and impeccably blended colors. The result is similar to a Pan's Labyrinth character or an optical illusion, and it is disturbingly gorgeous. She has fans from season 8 RuPaul's Drag Race contestant Kim Chi, the show's most recent winner Sasha Velour, and electronic musician Peaches.
Hungry's skills were most recently utilized for the rollout and album cover of Bjork's upcoming ninth studio album, Utopia. For the cover, Hungry "painted and pearled" the iconic singer and got an "orchid silicone appliance" made by her personal mask maker, James Merry. Bjork stares into the camera with black contacts and a smirk on her face. The image has a sense of eerily detached femininity and while it's certainly a tamer look compared to Hungry's other own, the skill here is something to be admired.
Take a look at the Bjork cover below and some of FADER's favorite Hungry pics, too.