If the object of the game is to eat as many peeps as possible before the end of the Easter season, then these people are definitely fail. But the food art they’ve created is full of teh win.
A while ago I linked to an awesome street art stop motion animation project. I’ve come to the conclusion that I find stop motion animation to be cool, period. Here’s another very nifty one, done all on a whiteboard.
I don’t generally go in for all the Green hype, for long and involved reasons involving money and politics, which are not the focus of this blog. Some Thai priests, however, are worth noting for their creative use of someone else’s trash.
This is the kind of recycling I can get behind!
With the end of winter fast approaching, I thought today would be a good time to celebrate the snowflake with a gorgeous image gallery. Naturally, those are professional photots, but I’m assured that anyone can take amazing pictures of snowflakes with the right camera. If that’s a bit beyond your budget, consider this flash game instead.
Or, just head out and enjoy your snow while you still have it. I’ll be sitting here in sunny FL wishing for hot cocoa (with marshmallows) weather and missing the hours I used to spend building snowmen, sledding and ice skating.
I’ve always been intrigued by optical illusions. Here are a few of my favorites.
This one is not exactly an optical illusion, but it does trick your eyes into seeing animation
This is an entire webpage of strategically placed objects that create optical illusions.
And one that I simply stumbled across tonight. I’ll leave this one up to your imagination. If you don’t see it right away, move back a bit from your monitor.
I’m an avowed bibliophile. My proudest moment was when I purchased massive bookshelves and actually had enough shelving room in my house to hold all my books. So, on one hand, I’m finding it a little painful and somewhat gory to look at book art , but it’s so damn cool that I can’t stop looking at it.
What can you build a city out of? Well, some people apparently think jell-o is a good building material. Other people prefer pots and pans. And I thought legos were cool? Have a gander at some cityscape are with unusual media. What’s your favorite?
Origami with money …it combines a cool art form and money. What’s not to like?
Of course, I doubt that anyone has extra money laying around these days that they want to make art with. This must be from the ’90s.
Most people wash their cars when they get dirty. Scott Wade turns his dirty car into amazing works of art.