Acting like a traitor and sharing all of our secrets
Skate Witches runnin’ shit
via, ignored prayers
An interesting internet project concieved for all of the right reasons, to prove a friend wrong. Norwegian Ola Helland is setting out to collect 1 Million human-created giraffes (no computers) because his friend Jørgen doesn’t believe he can do it by 2011. That’s a lot of giraffes. All he really needs to do is tap into elementary schools across the globe. Submit your own and support the fight to prove a friend wrong!
via, the blaaahg
Just think, if you were really sick and twisted you could put a multitude of small living creatures and insects on it and play God. Too soon?
Picasso drew with light (that’s not ‘light graffiti’)
and since we’re only focusing on the happy
Stoned Wallabies made crop circles (waiting. for. video.)
For his upcoming show this Saturday at Jonathan Levine Gallery, Invader re-assembled what he believes are the top ten album covers of his generation using rubik’s cubes. While they look great online, we’re sure when you see them in person they’ll be 100 times fresher.
Just when you thought you’ve seen it all, Pow, something like this comes out of the blue.
Eat Me Daily writes..
“Waterboarding” by Stephen J Shanabrook is “the peaceful song of a pair of choir boys turned into a silent scream.” In this piece, Shanabrook has figuratively chocolate-waterboarded choir boy Christmas statues”
In the running for best Headline of the Year no doubt. The dek isn’t too shabby either.
“Australian wallabies are eating opium poppies and creating crop circles as they hop around “as high as a kite”, a government official has said.”
I could also see this headline sometime down the road
Stoners in Wallabees make crop circles
By Dan Lacey, the Painter of Pancakes (and by the look of his site, Obama naked with Unicorns)
A shark in the South Pacific eats a dead horse that is floating in the ocean. How does a horse die and end up floating in the ocean?
Luynes and Grasse Prisons (2001, 2003, 2007)
Pascal Payet called in a hijacked helicopter. He later returned in another to lift out two buddies. Recaptured, he did it again—on Bastille Day.
If you’ve ever wondered what The Enablist’s dreams look like, this is pretty close. Yes that’s right, I dream in awesome. As always, fresh stuff coming out of Mad Decent.
From a grain of rice to (literally) a rooftop, Katsu gets up.
I’ve been searching for this video for a week. Luckily, it turned up on Ignored Prayers.