Monday, February 28, 2011

I'm very fond of the front page of this website, the charming animation by the artist, Vladimir Gvozdariki.

Chandeliers made out of unlikely things

Tampon chandelier

Art from unlikely things by George W. Hart and his wonderful geometric sculptures

I'm a huge fan of Margaux Lange's Barbie parts jewelry

Fabulous paper architecture origami by Ingrid Siliakus

NFCTD, a really cool, interactive collage website


Entertaining misreadings of logos from Andrei T. Bakhurin's Scary-Dolls series

Am crazy about Georgia Russell's art

A few physical activities in India

The Indian Spider Man, Jyothi Raj

and here.

Spectacular pole gymnastics at the Sangam Institute of Indian Martial Arts

Indian girl rope gymnastics

and more.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

The weirdness of mudskippers

Totally love animal voiceovers

and occasionally drunk animals, woot!

I want to feed a hummingbird by hand too
Wonderful carved book art. Using exacto knives, scissors, tweezers, and patience, artist Julia Feld carved this book. Julia is a scientist and artist living and working in St. Louis.

Her site is named Hokey Stokes, which she says is a phrase used to express wonderment or surprise in situations when 'Holy Buckets!' is deemed too explicit or crude.

Fun shoes and shoe sculptures

Scary to think about the availability of lock picking tools but they are interesting designs.


The types of Girl Scout cookies


Two Soldiers Ambushed Crossing Road - Watch more Funny Videos

Another oops.

EMBED-Soldier Gets His Cap Peeled At Military Exhibition - Watch more free videos

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Am buggy for this bug art, Micromachina
via the visual feast at


The Mouse That Roared

Bottle from Kirsten Lepore on Vimeo.

For camouflaged transportation around the countryside, the shrub mobile

Cat rides ram

Cat and mouse friendship in Thailand

Would love to try out a Solowheel in NYC, looks fun.

Or a self balancing unicycle

A Trikke looks fun too

Am totally impressed by these tiny kids' climbing skills
An alphabet of laughing,

I do love paper art of all kinds.

Weird science: How to leave your body

Friday, February 25, 2011

Geography geek jewelry: World Links Necklace

Pulp Cambodia Novel Covers: Hul Sophon

Crazy down hill bike ride in Valparaiso, Chile, where bicycle riders obviously have serious cojones.

Ten Thousand Statistically Grammar-Average Fake Band Names

A good collection of test international tv patterns. Very modern art look to them.

And a cool geek fun D&G test card watch

Fun science sillibiz, the disappearing Gallium spoon from

Adorable lutrine prestidigitation

and more

Love this: tiny homes with scavenged charm