Friday, 2 December 2011

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Arnold Schwarzenegger: Best DVD Commentary Ever

omg iz dis even real???

Monday, 21 November 2011

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Jungeun Kim

Rubber (2010)



"In the California desert, a tire comes to life and embarks on a killing spree as an audience watches the events unfold through binoculars. The tire kills by vibrating intensely and psycho-kinetically causing people's heads to explode. Settling into an obscure, desert town, the tire finds a woman that he is interested in. A sheriff investigating the murders is inside and outside the diegesis, sometimes participating in the narrative action and sometimes commenting on it.

In the end, the tire is destroyed, but then reincarnated as a tricycle. The tricycle recruits several tires and rolls to Hollywood, where the film concludes." ~Wiki

Thursday, 17 November 2011

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

TADA’s Revolution

HOW CUTE! *squeal*





















"In 2008, after 12 years of sizing pumps, dodging chemical burns, making cleaner flue gas, drawing rotors, chasing spy satellites, and making bigger, better cows, I left the engineering business. It was a decision that elicited mixed feelings, but it was a necessary transition given the relative importance of staving off suicidal tendencies.

In the hiatus from cubicle-life that ensued, I awakened a long suppressed love for art, and I discovered great joy in drawing, crochet, and sewing. It was shortly thereafter that I also acquired Tada. Tada was a loveable but heavily tattered bear. His many adventures had yellowed his dilapidated fur, clouded his eyes with wiggle eye cataracts, and wore his smile down to the stuffing. Tada had one foot in the dumpster and one foot out, but I decided that I would give this old bear a second chance at adventure for the low price of $2.99 on eBay.

I have decided to name my collection of work after Tada because it has grown to share much in common with the Tada experience.

Tada’s Revolution is rebirth. It represents redemption from the garbage pile; it represents salvation from an otherwise ordinary, dreary, monotone reality.

Tada invites you to join his Revolution, but you must bring your own imagination. Tada can’t be expected to take care of everything." ~About

Source: TADA’s Revolution

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Stephanie Casper

Knit meat series









Source: Stephanie Casper @ Flickr

石田徹也 (Tetsuya Ishida)





















Source: 石田徹也

Europe's first transsexual MP takes her seat in Polish parliament


You go girl

Source: Daily Mail

HA HA HA HA HA HA! by Twiztid

What is this I don't even... 0_0


How.the.hell did I find this video in the first place?

Anyway, I want the creepy weird man with glasses to win.

Chicken with Plums

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Edible Spray Paint!!









Mmmmmmmm... Delicious AAAAND Cancerous!!!

I would totally have a blue sandwich. Why? BECAUSE I CAN WITH THIS AWESOME EFFIN' SPRAY

Source: The Deli Garage

Saturday, 5 November 2011

German museum piece falls victim to cleaning lady

"A cleaning woman at a German museum who mistook a sculpture for an unsightly mess has destroyed the valuable artwork beyond recognition, a spokeswoman for the western city of Dortmund said Thursday.

The cleaner at the city's Ostwall Museum went to work on the Martin Kippenberger installation entitled "When It Starts Dripping From the Ceiling" which was valued by insurers at 800,000 euros ($1.1 million), she said.

The late contemporary master had created a tower of wooden slats under which a rubber trough was placed with a thin beige layer of paint representing dried rain water.

Taking it for an actual stain, the cleaner scrubbed the surface until it gleamed.

"It is now impossible to return it to its original state," the spokeswoman said, adding that the damage had been discovered late last month and that the work had been on loan to the museum from a private collector.

She said that cleaning crews had orders to remain 20 centimetres (eight inches) away from artworks but it was unclear if the woman had received the directive from the external company that employed her.

Works of art not infrequently fall victim to zealous cleaners. In 1986, a "grease stain" by Joseph Beuys valued at around 400,000 euros was mopped away at the Academy of Fine Arts in Duesseldorf, western Germany."

My favorite comments from the readers:

"Methinks the cleaning lady had a better sense of value than the insurers did."

"Look, if a cleaning woman thought it was a mess, it was a mess. Basically, the emperor has no clothes. This woman knew it was crap, and not art."

"I have some artwork under my kitchen sink they can have..."

"Thats what cleaning ladys do, she sounds like a good one , I would hire her."

"Humorist Art Buchwald wrote a great column years ago, about stopping at an art show opening on his way back from the grocery store. He set his bag of groceries on the floor just inside the door, and after viewing the exhibit, returned to find a 1st place ribbon on his groceries. The organizers would not accept his protestations that they were only groceries, not an entry. So, he went home and told his wife, and together they realized this could be the start of a profitable new career. At the next opening, he returned with another bag of groceries, but --alas-- was panned by the critics as repetitive and lazy...."success has gone to his head.""

"That's what happens when art looks like shit."

"This just goes to show you the truth about alot of modern art.
I once saw an exhibit called "10,000" pennies.. It was ,, you guessed it, a pile of ten thousand pennies on the floor...
SOOOO,, i took out a penny from my pocket and tossed it on the pile and re-christened it "10,001 pennies"
Unfortunately, i was never given credit for my "genius""

Source: Yahoo News

Trenton Doyle Hancock









Source: Trenton Doyle Hancock @ James Cohan Gallery

Fredrik Raddum









Source: Fredrik Raddum

Jasmine Targett

Bubbling Up series by Jasmine Targett











Source: Jasmine Targett blog

Yosuke Goda



















Source: koikoikoi