Morning Dose of The Message

A kinetic sculpture by David Ellis and Roberto Lange that plays the beat to Grand Master Flash’s “The Message” while typing the lyrics out in their entirety.

For those in NYC, this is the last weekend to catch David Ellis’s show Hudson River Alley at Joshua Liner Gallery.

Jim Drain (Furby Trash Can) – 2006


A collaborative kinetic sculpture by Andrew Jeffrey Wright and Barry McGee.

Funny Statue Denied


The City of Salem, Oregon denied a request by PETA to have a memorial statue installed at the site where a truck carrying over 5,400 chickens overturned, spilling the birds onto the pavement. Apparently,”“a considerable number” of chickens died in the crash, and many others appeared to have died during the cleanup phase.” The statue was designed by Harry Bliss.

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Behold The First Public Monument to Atheism in The United States


A five-foot-long, 1500-lb granite bench and pillar in Starke, Florida.

Let’s Get The Rock and Brendan Fraser On This…


A 10-inch tall statue found in a mummy’s tomb dating back to 1800 BC has been spinning around in its case at the Manchester Museum.

Watch it in action after the jump

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Humanizing Technology

Nam June Paik’s Robot sculptures



New sculptures by KAWS at his latest show in Giswil, Switzerland at More Gallery.

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“a voluminous belly” for respectful rubs


The Kim Kardashian statue aka “L.A. Fertility” by Daniel Edwards

Love Thy Weird

The art of Patricia Piccinini

Kaws Companion (Passing Through) Keychains


Also known as ‘Tiny Desk Accessories.’

Detroit’s Crowdfunded RoboCop Statue


A huge reality.

In other Detroit news: Looks like China is establishing roots in the American Auto Industry.

Big Pile of Plop Is A Real Flop


Paul McCarthy’s aptly titled Complex Pile fell victim to bad weather in Hong Kong, and deflated due to holes in the slick, brown surface.

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