Have you ever heard the expression Deaf from Deaf ? Carny from Carny? I got the first from Andrew Solomon and the second from Stephen King, but in both cases the expressions refer to someone who is a second generation of a category such as carnival worker. I suppose you could say lefty from lefty, redhead from redhead, and smarty-pants from smarty-pants, too, if you were so inclined.
How about weird from weird? My newest piece, Tree Spirit, could be called that. Look at the weird image that inspired it:
This is a root growing out of a hole in the base of a tree growing along Trout Brook, a watercourse near my home in West Hartford, Connecticut. With its knoblike head, jutting chin, multiple tentacles, and simian crouch, it reminded me of a creature from a fantasy universe, like those created by JRR Tolkien or JK Rowling. Capitalizing on that weirdness, I used all kinds of textile arts to create this piece, based on that image:
Here are a couple of closeups: