You remember Terry Border as the genius behind the art series Bent Objects. For his latest project, he himself is the art medium, exploring a man’s facial hair as a landscape. It was a family project, as it would be near impossible to pull this off alone. The photo above is called Moo-Stache, and this is Mutton Chops. You also need to see Goatee, Soul Patch, Porn State, and the others of Whisker Figures.
Terry Border, of Bent Objects fame, shows us the truth about “Franks & beans.” It’s not just a nutritious meal. It’s an opportunity for hot dogs to play “giant meaty sea monster vs. tiny baked bean sailors.” [via That’s Nerdalicious...
Everyone loves breakfast, especially the bacon, but Terry Border of Bent Objects is here to remind us that sometimes it pays to remind your breakfast just how much you care. [via Bent Objects]
Neatoramabot, the Bent Object version by Terry Border - ain't he awesome? When I came across Terry Border's blog, Bent Objects, way back in 2007, I [...]
Terry Border of Bent Objects (previously featured here) shows us where delicious pasta shells come from: adorable pasta snails. Instead of slime, these snails leave trails of marinara sauce behind them.