Artist Beth Cavener Creates Terrible Animal Sculptures You’ll Never Forget


The sculptures of Beth Cavener focus on human psychology, stripped of context and rationalisation, and articulated through animal and human forms. Cavener wants to pry at those uncomfortable, awkward edges between animal and human.

Entangled in their own internal and external struggles, the figures express frustration for the human tendency towards cruelty and lack of understanding.

Via Designcollector


There are Smart Watches, and Then This Projection Watch Which Project the Time Onto Your Hand

Projection Watch

You could either get a smart watch, or this projection watch, which projects the time, caller ID, text messages, and more, directly onto your wrist. This is all made possible with a micro pico projector which safely beams bright, high-quality graphics onto your hand. A full charge is supposedly good for 30-days of standby time and up to 150-hours of continuous use. Should there be enough interest from advertisers, consumers may be able to snag one of these for free, as long as they agree to project ads at times. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of hypnotizing contact juggling.


なんと、大会組織委も画像を無断使用していた! 白紙撤回の会見で個人ブログから転用

大会組織委員会は9月11日、エンブレム撤回前の8月28日に佐野研二郎氏のデザイン盗用を否定した記者会見で、個人ブログなどの画像3点を無断使用していたことを明らかにした。組織委のスタッフが、インターネット上で見つけた画像を無許可で転用したという。 続きを読む


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Kitten and a trash bag of packing peanuts.




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Kimberly Kruiser Caravan Lets You Road Trip in Luxury, Complete With Black Magic Lighting

Kimberly Kruiser T3

Another day, another mobile home, but this time, it's the Kimberly Kruiser. A rugged trailer equipped with a set of 16-inch all terrain tires, an advanced air suspension system, and a luxurious yacht-inspired interior. Featuring frameless, a smart washing machine, tropical roof, hybrid energy system, reverse turn technology, a lithium battery backup generator and even Black Magic Lighting, or in other words, touchless lighting control. Continue reading for another video and more pictures.


Vimeo Staff Pick: Directed by Darcy Prendergast & Josh…

Vimeo Staff Pick: Directed by Darcy Prendergast & Josh Thomas Production Company: Like us on Facebook: Twitter: @ohyeahwow Instagram: oh_yeah_wow Concept Developed by Darcy Prendergast & Josh Thomas Producer: Nicky Pastore 1AD: Kat Mitropoulos DOP: Marden Dean 1AC: Dan Gallagher Gaffer: Andrew Lock Art Director: Rennie Watson Art Department Assistants: Mohini Herse, Eve Gilbert, Xin Li & Daphy. Wardrobe: Paige Prendergast Make-up: Marlene Olsson Sound: Dead One Sound, Ryan Granger Pyrotechnics: Blaso Pyrotechnics, Luke Fenech Runner: Thomas Wilkinson VFX: Dave Abott & Josh Thomas Band: Boy & Bear Cast: Robert Pill, Marc Gallagher, Darcy Prendergast, Dave Abott, Eve Gilbert & Heidi Valkenburg Shoot Location: Paris End Studios


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A look inside my college notebook.



酒鬼薔薇聖斗のHPにある大量の「なめくじ写真」 その心理を専門家が分析したら・・・

酒鬼薔薇聖斗「元少年A」を名乗る人物により解説されたホームページが物議。 トップページの詳細なプロフィルや、「絶歌」の宣伝文もさることながら、それ以上に目を引くのが「セルプポートレート」と称した「全裸」写真、そして大量のナメクジを用いた「作品」・・・ 続きを読む


Street Artist Projects Fashionista Animals On Buildings In Paris


French artist Julien Nonnen, has created “Safari Urbain,” a collection of human-like fashionista animal images that have been projected on buildings throughout Paris.

Julien Nonnon’s work revolves mainly on the interaction of his creations with architecture and urban features that surround it.

His luminous artwork exposes the matter, irregularities, reliefs, and enhances all these imperfections, thus revealing the beauty of real life.

The city then becomes his field of expression, a place full of possibilities and exceptional encounters.

SAFARI URBAIN is in line with this approach and is born of a fierce desire to take the works to the streets, confront them directly to urban wildlife and make them reachable without degrading the walls. Leaving without a trace.

These ephemeral graffitis, short-lived souvenirs for the passer-by, are captured by the artist, named after the streets, mapped and will be printed full size on art paper, thus immortalizing this phantasmagorical menagerie.

This bestiary coming right out of fashion magazines, questions our behavior, our ambivalent desire to be both unique and wanting to belong to a well-defined group.

In our way of dressing, we express our vision of the world, while indirectly revealing our social position and financial power.

Fashion is nothing other than a means of communication, of integration and belonging to a group. Thus, the artist denounces, through his anthropomorphic creatures such urban myths and social influence which can lead to conformity.

Via Contemporist