All hunters are proud of their kills. They are putting trophy on their cabin’s walls and brag about them every evening in the bar.
Butch Moger, professional taxidermist from Brunswik, GA, decided to decorate with his trophies not the cabin’s walls but his own hunting truck. And he went big on that. His truck, fully covered in pelts, hides and stuffed animals, has its own name—Pure Country—and now is a kind of a town’s mobile landmark.
One of the worlds most known painting—The Scream—was auctioned yesterday for the whopping 120 million US dollars thus setting the new world record for the artwork price. Painted by late XIX, early XX century Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, this masterpiece is one of the few paintings instantly recognizable by any educated person on the planet Earth.
As it often occurs to the things so wildly popular, The Scream went viral and now lives its own life in the vast spaces of our common culture, feeding our imagination and creativity.
You are probably well accustomed to the best examples of the toilet humor (in its literal sense). All those rhymed (poorly) calls to come closer and aim better, cross-legged man and woman figures and so on. Most people are replicating what they saw somewhere else, that’s why all those signs look the same after a while. However, sometimes, either deliberately or accidentally, a gem appears on a restroom’s wall.
American industrial/steampunk artist Christopher Locke turns confiscated scissors into art pieces.
Every day US government organization TSA notorious for humiliating body searches in the American airports in the sake of the so called War on Terror confiscates dozens of scissors from the travelers. It believed that the terrorist could highjack a plane with the help of four inches long scissors or any other sharp objects.
Christopher Locke has managed to get some of the confiscated scissors and has used them to build some scissors spiders.
What could be found in a parking lot? A lot of different stuff. Car keys, cell phones, wallets. If this is the local mall parking lot, you can discover someone’s forgotten shopping bags next to the empty spot.
But all of these things are pretty much usual and do not break the monotony of daily life, even $50 banknote does not. However, sometimes, very rarely, the real gems emerge from the depths of eventuality.
People love cats, and the cats love boxes. But what would happen if we will make the cats smaller and give them each a box? The blogload of awesome!