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hey can talk reveals that the porcupine is nature’s rake.
While we’re all waiting for our cephalopod overlords to arrive, a giant steel kraken has taken up residence on the floor of the Caribbean sea. This fantastic 80-foot metal beast is part of a project entitled BVI Art Reef. It was deliberately...Show More Summary
Jessica of Pies Are Awesome (previously featured here) created this spooktacular double-decker Halloween-themed pie. Behold The Nightmare Before Christmas Pie Carousel! “A new pie invention for you today: introducing the “Pie Carousel”!...Show More Summary
These UPS drivers must actually look forward to Mondays because it means they get to visit with friendly doggos on their delivery routes. Many of these drivers take photos of their canine pals and share them on a Facebook group called UPS Dogs. Show More Summary
Surreal Sunday is perfect for enjoying these whimsical wooden sculptures created by Japanese artist Akihiro Fujimoto. Follow him on Instagram to check out more of his artwork. [via lustik]
Today the Department of Phenomenal Papercraft is catching up with the latest spectacular Baroque paper wigs created by Russia-based paper artists Asya Kozina and Dmitriy Kozin (previously featured here). While maintaining a traditional...Show More Summary
Meet Andy Williams, the only saxophonist who can perform without an instrument. He’s our Surreal Sunday reminder that whatever you do, do it awesomely. Video by Daniel Blackman [h/t: /r/videos]
On Surreal Sunday France-based street artist Mantra turns the sides of buildings into giant display cases for colossal butterfly specimens. Thus far Mantra has painted these breathtaking trompe l’oeil murals on sides of both commercial...Show More Summary
With chilly weather on the way, every crazy cat lady is going to want Japanese retailer Felissimo’s latest impossibly cute cat-related product: comfy, cozy Nuisance Cat (“Jama Neko” in Japanese) mittens! Available in three styles - silver...Show More Summary
Caturday is for celebrating this polite little kitty who raises a dainty paw and knocks on their front door to ask to be let back inside: [via LaughingSquid]
Black cats are awesome and War and Peas knows that those foolish enough to believe negative superstitions about them only have themselves to blame, especially those who cross paths with Lord Nibbles.
On Caturday we celebrate all the feline Disney princesses among us. Is your cat one of them? Imgur used ctrlaltme shared these enchanting photos of Sochi, his awesomely floofy Siberian Forest Cat friend, communing through the window with wild animals. Show More Summary
Around here every day is Halloween, but autumn truly is the perfect season for spider bread. These adorable spooder loaves were spotted at the La Farm Bakery in Cary, NC. [via /r/Breadit]
Scientists spend endless hours researching animal behavior. But do animals ever wonder about human behavior? Jake Likes Onions suggests that wolves and bears are completely stumped by joggers. Why do they run like that?
Today we learned that conches, the sea-dwelling mollusks who live inside those big, beautiful conch seashells in warm tropical waters, peer out at the world with cartoonish eyes on tiny eyestalks. They see you. They see everything. And what’s more, they can regenerate their peepers should they happen to lose one or both of them. Show More Summary
Brisbane, Australian makeup artist and body painter Georgina Ryland (previously featured here) is so excited about the upcoming release of the second season of Stranger Things (as are we) that she recreated a Stranger Things promotional...Show More Summary
Bloomington, IN-based designer and illustrator David Orr baked a rather unusual apple pie for a local contest. This pie is trying so hard to advertise that it doesn’t contain any spiders, we can’t help but be suspicious about just how creative Orr was with the pie’s filling. Show More Summary
Paris-based Japanese artist Nozomi created an exquisite series of iridescent crystaline and mineral beetle specimens. Entitled The Mineral Insect, each beautiful beetle was designed using 3D sculpting software, created with a 3D printer, and then hand-painted with lacquer. Show More Summary
A post shared by Gemma Correll (@gemmacorrell) on Oct 18, 2017 at 8:15am PDT Gemma Correll is here to make sure we’re always on top of the latest ghost fashion trends.
You know autumn is in full swing when the trampolines are full of leaves. Jumping into a pile of freshly raked leaves is awesome, but this video from Nicholas Port reveals the super awesomeness of an aerialist landing in a trampoline full of leaves, which seem to defy gravity as the net plummets beneath them: [via Sploid]