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.
People will do crazy things to avoid going to work on a Monday, and we can totally understand and sympathize with this man’s predicament. Monday morning this week, at 7:25 a.m., Florida resident Dwayne A. Yeager called the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office to inform them of a burglary at his house.
It’s yellow so it is a match, unless you had some iron-rich food for dinner. Ideally, we would suggest mixing up the gold embossed toilet paper with the gold pooping pill. The toilet paper is gilded with 24 karat gold, and has a few design options to choose your preference. Designs are custom made by Fritz Loibl for the German company Tissue Design. Each roll is priced at $246.
Here is a simplistic view at life if there ever was one. Pinch this butt lamp to light it up, slap the butt to switch it off. That’s just the magic of glowing butts, where the sun shines right out of the arse. The glowing butt lamp by London based designer Joseph Begley is called Slap It, and offers “a multi-sensory experience to make you smile.”
Performance artist Millie Brown creates paintings with bright splashes of color. The bright colors, rather than go straight into the canvas first take a detour into the stomach of the artist, from where they come out as vomit onto the canvas.
Necklaces by Onch Movement have a very special pendant. Dinosaurs knew love, and they knew humping, and that’s exactly what they are doing in these pendant necklaces. Lucky Bones necklace has a chain topped by a pendant of humping dinosaurs. The necklaces are hand cast and plated in either 14k gold or silver. The gold version is priced at $230, or exactly the amount I’m willing to pay to tie an image of humping dinosaurs around my neck.
Farting was the shit in 1600s Japan, as these scrolls that depict a farting competition show. While the act of farting is glorified as it should be, the scrolls delve further into various positions that a person can take to completely destroy the opposition. It’s an aim, lock, and fire thing, but ingesting copious amount of beans is very likely to give you an edge. The images belong to Edo-era Japan (1603-1868).
Not so long ago, we saw an artist embroider a “sculpture” on the skin of her own hand. Well, she has company now with artist David Cata who likes to sew portraits and sculptures on his hands. The portraits represent people who have had an influence on the world, and/or on the artist.
Japanese lingerie company Ravijour has designed a bra that promises to only open up for “true love” and potentially save women from things like one-night stands that they may later find unsavory. To put it straight and simple, the True Love Tester bra won’t come off until it is sure you are truly in love, and when it is sure of that, clasps at its front open and the bra comes off automatically.