Archive for January, 2011

Bring on the lace and the silk and the pearls and the gold and the fur and the pomegranate

January 27, 2011

I love this stunning use of symmetry and fabric inspired by mother… nature. These pieces are so rich and full and slightly too much – in a nice more is more way. Props to Mandy Greer – see tiny previews of more of her work in her book.


Chop, chop, chop

January 24, 2011

Apparently Drywell Art, who stole our hearts with the Christmas meat tree, got a thing with butchering going. Love these.

Screams from the past

January 18, 2011

Some art has a timeless hush to it… These are quite unique this way. The tormented faces are all screams from the past “Franz Xaver Messerschmidt” who made them died in 1783 to be exact… but when just looking at them they could have been brand new…

Found at “but does it float”

Hold my Heart

January 17, 2011

I like the idea of having an emotional piggy-bank, this one is to store emotions, thoughts and wishes in… and when you hit that rainy day you can smash it and cash in all the stored thoughts. An I bet that if you have a straw you can use it for drinks as well…

The Serpents Tongue

January 12, 2011

Guido Mocafico’s snakes is all pretty and a little bit scary…

As simple as it can be…

January 9, 2011

Lucky it isn’t a cocktail bar

January 7, 2011

I really like the idea of a room turned around… but imagine to get drunk in this place, I would end up curled up in a corner frightened to the bone… good thing they serve coffee…

Sadistic and Enchanting Animals

January 5, 2011

Walton Ford has a show on at the moment, and it’s dazzling and terrifying at the same time. His huge watercolours are so detailed and beautifully made that it takes your breath away. He captures the animals in grotesque and honest situations, accompanied with gruesome stories from old colonial literature and folktales. They are filled with an ironic distance and a sharp comment on how we’ve treated animals though the years, but he’s abel to do this in a soft sarcastic whisper. He has almost outdone Audubon, an 19th century naturalist and painter, who has heavily inspired him to his very detailed and vintage style.

Writing on the wall…

January 4, 2011

The truth by Sebastian Errazuriz


Have you seen my glasses???

January 3, 2011

Sometimes you just need to add another dimension to tits. This site has done so, and is posting new 3D boobs almost everyday, all you need is a pair of old-school red/blue glasses and there you go. Uh…oh… and you can get it as a 86 page book as well…

Not only tits in 3D but pretty ones as well…

(starting the year off with tits in 3D can only makes this a good one!!)

((psssst… thank you Matt the rockstar for showing me this))

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