We know awesome facial hair when we see it and, friends, San Francisco based-Isaiah Webb has nailed it with this aptly-named Incredibeard. Along with help from his wife, Aphan, and a variety of waxes and oils, it seems there’s nothing Isaiah cannot do with this amazing whiskers. He doesn’t need to use his hands to carry his lunch and his Predator imitation is out of this world.
are you kidding me
MAN FUCK THIS NIGGA GODDAMNIT
i got this shirt and it has this weird ruffled hood / neck so i can wear it like this
but if its gets cold i can also put it over my mouth and nose like this
and when it rains i can use it as a hoodie
and when i need to attend an emergency kkk meeting it works too
and i can also pretend to be the pixar lamp
IT’S BACK FINALLY
No matter what your day job is, if you’re someone who likes to make art in your spare time, chances are you’ll find a way to do it at work as well. Rafael Veyisov works are a parking attendant in the city of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. When he isn’t parking or retrieving cars, he turns them into mobile works of ephemeral art. Using his bare fingers, Rafael rubs the dust off the cars creating silhouetted landscapes, cityscapes, or scenes involving animals and fantastic creatures. Much to our delight, we even spotted a few tentacles on one of his cars.
You may be wondering how Rafael’s customers have reacted to this. When word of his illustrated vehicles began to spread, people weren’t upset. Instead customers began dropping off their cars with him in hopes of returning later to see what he’d made using their vehicles.
Brooklyn-based artist Andrew Bell (previously featured here) created these three awesome anthropomorphic candy sculptures for Bewitching III, the Stranger Factory’s annual Halloween group exhibition at their gallery in Albuquerque, NM. We love that these pieces of evil personified candy come complete with their own wrappers.
The creepy chocolate kisses, entitled Hurtey’s Kisses of Death®!, come two different flavours. The two larger kisses are called Kiss of Death I: First Kiss (milk chocolate) and Kiss of Death II: The Darkness (dark chocolate), but we seriously advise against trying to eat either of them.
Entitled Kill Kat II : Green Tea Terror!, the sinister green Kit Kat bar was inspired by Andrew’s recent travels to Japan, where they sell the green tea-flavoured variety.
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Renaissance Full HD
3D animation piece from Unicorn imagines a modern-day Renaissance museum in the internet-era, using models of people taken with a Kinect in classical poses - video embedded below:
The renaissance sculptures were allegories of the world trough and for cultural or ethic knowledge. What would it be like nowadays ?
Renaissance Full Hd is a virtual museum, letting people be in the internet posterity throughout the web culture.
Contemporary sculptures in every room, presenting a web culture in witch we are all in.
New icon are built, allegories are renewed.
The Kinect Sensor allows to scan people, their bodies become polygons, their avatars become eternal.
MSN, Wikipedia, the Anonymous movement or the social networks, Renaissance Full HD makes the internet culture as a part of our common History.
Let’s pay a visit to the Department of Awesome Antiquities and take a look at a 17th century pocket watch, courtesy of Columbia University. This astonishing device is a sort of sundial called a diptych dial, used for telling time by the light of the sun or the moon. They were produced by exceptionally skilled craftmen, most often in Nuremberg, Germany, from the 1500s through the 1700s."When opened, the string gnomon—the raised device that creates a shadow—is drawn tight. On some more sophisticated models, the string can be adjusted to account for different latitudes. Typically the top section would be used to determine the time using sunlight and the bottom section would be used to learn the time with moonlight."
This exquisitely beautiful Diptych Dial was created by Hans Trvschel in Nuremberg in 1603. It’s made of ivory, with a string gnomon horizontal dial and pin gnomon for the vertical dial.
Multidisciplinary Belgian artist Olivier Senny, who goes by the name Olsen, created an awesome series of pieces that are part painting, part sculpture.
Entitled Les Evadés du Plakadre, this mischievous series depicts cartoonish characters who’ve manage to at least partially escape from the confines of their 2D canvases and interact with our 3D world.
Visit Olsen’s website to check out more of his playful artwork.