Not to be content in one artistic ability, Mark James Porter brings his fantastic illustrations to life with sculptures and marionettes.
Hopefully, some of you got the pun in the title, as terrible as it may be. If you did, the article is definitely for you, if not, well, who doesn’t like homemade stuffed monsters?
Nervous laughter was our first reaction when confronted with Hennessey’s work, but it wasn’t our last. View her captivating work and find out which of the major emotions you feel.
“It’s cute to be bored,” according to the mother-and-daughter design duo behind Bored Inc., which transforms mundane subjects into memorable and endearing characters. Take, for instance, Stinky Poo — an adorable piece of sh*t (literally).
Better than anything at the Cineplex, this video vividly shows the seven minutes of terror that the Mars Rover Curiosity endures.
Joanna Ebenstein’s “installation of artifacts and ephemera related to an imaginary 19th century ballet” is inspired by the true story of Hungarian doctor Ignaz Semmelweis, and his attempts to cure something called childbed fever, which ran rampant in his clinic at the time.
Mark Rober lights up the night sky with an eight-bit Super Mario. Watch how he not only did it, but how you, too, can make your very own.
Like it or not, Hello Kitty is a childhood legend, and the feline celebrity continues to pop up in some of the most delightfully unexpected places across the world, like this Ferris wheel on top of a Taiwanese shopping mall.
Kaohsiung isn’t just Taiwan’s second-largest city: it’s also home to the Dream Mall, which features all kinds of odd shops you won’t find in your average occidental shopping mall.
The underworld gets the LEGO treatment with this terrific take on Dante’s Inferno by artist Mihai Marius Mihu. It’s proof that the building blocks of Hell are more than a spoiled and wicked life.