Take that, Tom Sawyer. Lets see your wit in painting this fence.
Now it all makes sense, my precious.
There isn’t much to say here, except of the well known fact that unicorns make everything better. We are pretty sure a lip balm harnessed from unicorn farts would do loads of good on the way to lovely, luscious lips protected from harm. Actually, they should have made a toothpaste out of unicorn farts, that thing would give lovely fresh breath.
Hong Kong based illustrator Peony Yip sees the animal in humans, or rather, illustrates them according to the shape of the subject. The illustrations are quite simple, and fascinating.
Street art collective Neozoon scours thrift shops for cast-off animal fur clothes and repurposes their panels into wildlife shaped cutouts which they then place on city walls. Sort of like the conventional street art, only this time, with fur. They intend to display the evils of animal cruelty, urbanization and of shrinking animal habitats.
Nice place dude.
We don’t quite approve of this, but seeing that reading has become something of a dying art, a lot of people are content in describing the joys of a book to the simple and unintelligent blah blah blah. This project by Gogelmogel is a book, with the only content in it being the word “blah” and the title of “Blah blah blah.”
Don’t ask what it is for, but there’s Uranium Ore for sale on Amazon. It is priced at $40, but many of the reviews there are priceless.
We have already been bamboozled by the mind-melting capability of Jen Stark‘s paper sculptures. And to be entirely honest, we enjoying going down the same path again. Here’s another set by the artist, mind-numbing and mind-melting in equal parts.
Presented at the Geneva Motor Show, the Disco Volante is the result of a collaboration between Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera and Alfa Romeo. The concept seems to have kept up with the tradition of Alfa Romeo to produce drop-dead gorgeous cars.