Excavators Play Jenga With 600 Pound Blocks

Go big or go home. Since it isn’t in the nature of excavators to handle tiny things, they go big. Like playing Jenga with 600 pound blocks big. Five different pieces of equipment get into the game to remove the gigantic wood blocks. We got to say, it does look like fun. The video is a promotion for Cat Products (Caterpillar), that is, the bigass machines you see playing the game.

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The Man Who Lives Inside a Bear

Artist Abraham Poincheval lived for thirteen days inside a bear. When we say bear, we mean this very bear-like structure where the artist decided to spend 13 days. The bear was positioned in the center salon at the musée de la chasse et de la nature in Paris. Visitors were encouraged to interact with the artist, or the dude who sleeps in the bear. Facilities were included inside the sculpture to cater to basic needs like food and water. The bear even had its own electricity.

Awesome Flipbook Animations Made From Recycled Bike Parts

Flipbooks by artist Juan Fontanive are incredible, not only are the animations beautiful, but the underlying mechanism is pretty darn sweet. The artist makes these mechanisms by recycling and repurposing parts from old bicycles and clocks. Then comes along the process of hand drawing, painting, and screen printing the images. Several of these display birds and insects in flight, a subject that goes extremely well with the sound made by the flipbook as pages shuttle.

In Japanese Game Show, Celebrities Eat Random Objects That Might Be Chocolate

Chomp on an object that you see everyday around you, and it just might be a chocolate, or it might be what it looks like. Japanese sokkuri (‘look alike’) sweets are desserts that look like everyday objects. Recently on a game show, celebrities and participants were asked to bite everyday objects; some of which were desserts, and others were exactly what they looked like.