Mini pig in red boots

Mini pig in red boots



Tissue Animals

Yuki Ariga’s Tissue Animals stay within that mentality to create an impressive short in which tissues are transformed into animals 

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French graphic design duo Thomas and Quentin have created an awesome ongoing photo series of aesthetically dazzling and mouthwatering burgers called Fat and Furious Burger.

"Influenced by pop culture, history, and religion, the tasty concoctions are artfully set in various landspaces and scenes, correlating to their name and featured ingredients. "

Every burger is posted along with a title and ingredients list that explains the inspiration for the piece. You might be surprised to learn that each of their burgers is completely edible.

Follow Thomas and Quentin’s fabulous burger series here on Tumblr or via Instagram.

[via designboom]

By Swedish artist Anders Krisár 


I feel fine/nothing.


Redditor Proteon shared the top photo of an awesome triceratops made of illuminated jack-o’-lanterns. According to subsequent comments on the Reddit post, the fantastic beast is part of The Great Jack o’Lantern Blaze at Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton, New York. A little sleuthing revealed that this radiant dino was actually part of last year’s event.

The 2013 Great Jack o’Lantern Blaze is still going on through November 1st and then again from November 8th to the 11th. If you’re in the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut tri-state area, there are over 5,000 hand-carved jack-o’-lanterns waiting for you. Click here to learn more.

Second photo via Tom Nycz Photography

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France, Nice-based sculptor Bellino Alain (facebook | behance- Thirty years of restoration of bronzes and jewelry culminated in the practice of sculpture in bronze. My technique is special because I reuses the antiques ornaments and give them volume and a new meaning. (previously



Ad Campaign by Amnesty International Switzerland

Switzerland are always forward thinkers.

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South Korean LEGO artist OliveSeon (previously featured here) used LEGOs to recreate an awesome scene from the movie Pacific Rim in which the Gipsy Danger Jaeger battles the Knifehead kaiju. You know a monster is pretty freaking huge when someone wields a ship as a bludgeoning weapon to fight it.

If you haven’t already seen the movie, we hope this fantastic LEGO diorama motivates you to do so. Visit OliveSeon’s Flickr page to view more of his outstanding LEGO sculptures.

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Artist Ken To uses copper wire to create these awesome miniature bonsai trees. "Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to construct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.”

Check out many more of Ken’s amazing little trees via his deviantART gallery and, when available, on ebay.

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