Are you looking for the perfect way to keep everyone off your lawn? Scare the living daylights out of unsuspecting guests by discreetly placing a baby tick hybrid in your yard! Continue reading »
Y Nakajima’s “Skull Walker 2.0” used the skull off an older sculpture and a HEXBUG Strand Beast Toy Figure (inspired by Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest walkers) to create this brilliant piece of nightmare fuel. Continue reading »
Tortoises, hares, skulls, and crows—these are all characters featured in Parvick Faramarz’s blackwork tattoos. The Moscow-based artist combines intricate dot and bold lines, creating a subtle texture and sense of motion in every tattoo. At times, they appear as if they’re crawling over the skin. Together, they conjure vintage illustrations of folklore; not the type that are friendly and welcoming, but the dark, psychological tales such as The Brothers Grimm. Continue reading »
Master Origami artist and chemistry teacher Adam Tran folds some incredibly beautiful objects with paper. From dinosaurs and skeletons to flowers and warriors, it seems nothing is off limits to his folding abilities. Tran is a member of the Vietnam Origami Group, and you can see many more of his pieces on Flickr. Continue reading »
Locals in South Africa were baffled when Llewellyn Dixon, a national park ranger, discovered what appeared to be the body of an alien creature lying in the grass. The mystery was solved when a local veterinarian performed an autopsy, identifying the creature as a baby baboon. Photos from Llewellyn Dixon.
A man measueres the mysterious creature’s wingspan using a tape measure. The creature was later identified as a baby baboon. (Photo Llewellyn Dixon/Yahoo News)
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If this cute little chap looks a wee bit confused, it’s no wonder. His big wide eyes stare out at the world around him – which in turn is staring back at him. Because nobody has seen a creature quite like this one before. Continue reading »