Animation clip by Tant and Unga from the ‘Broken Fingaz’ crew from Israel. I must say, they are quite talented. This vid is awesome.

Mary had a little lamb and so can you..with these cute animal prints by Sharon Montrose. Would look nice in a child’s room.

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Peter Kogler has  developed  an  approach  that  involves  a  series  of  recurring  motifs  that create a  mental  landscape.  Ants, brains, globes,  light  bulbs  and  interlacing  designs  offer variations  on  elements  of vocabulary  while  retaining  an  aspect  that  is purified, literally essential. Digitally modelled  then  organised  on  varied  surfaces  and  within  the  space,  in  a  two  and three‐dimensional  form, these  elements  create  many  social  metaphors.

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What to get for the person who has everything? You’ve exhausted your gold and diamond route? How about these jewelry pieces with a bite, literally. The gift with a wow factor they will not soon forget and unique trinkets that would make the Tooth Fairy proud.

This is Polly van der Glas’s first wearable works collection. All works are handmade in Melbourne, with sterling silver, human hair and human teeth. Human teeth are locally donated and sterilised, and human hair is either locally donated or sourced from India and China.

Human Hair Hoop Earring
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In time for Easter, Jeff Koons photo of these ambiguously gay rabbits can be seen on this weekend’s New York Times Magazine. This photo one of a series featuring bunnies, kittens and downy-headed chicks. While cutesy and kitsch, the images illustrate an article that raises the question: “Can Animals be Gay?”

While the photo spread is the extent of Koons’ involvement, the article takes a more scientific approach to the evidence of homosexuality in animals.

Her name was Lola, she had an art show. Lola’s Fine Art Show to be exact.

Lola, born in 1975, considers herself a dreamer who in her own words states “I like to invent, imagine, and execute a place full of space where the world can evolve into a magical copacetic machine, sparing the disintegration of our earth and harm to innocent creatures and beings.”

She starting out as a tattoo artist and she graduated to painting which made her happiest.

Lola’s Fine Art Show is currently running through April 14, 2010, at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, CA.

Everything Else Was Seeking


Her work is borderline Low Brow, which we are a big fan of. Visit Lola’s blog to get to know more about her.

A little laughter is always good. If parrots could talk…Polly would say she wants more than a cracker.

via bizarrocomic.

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