Centaur Skeleton

17 Apr

I am obbssed – determined to find a sponsor so we the Eat Your Heart Out gang can create a life sized replica of this skeleon in chocolate bones.


A Bouquet of Fuck-Me-Nots (SFW)

17 Apr

A Bouquet of Fuck–me–nots – best music design award ever. For The Manifest (Swedish Independent Music Awards) prize, designed by Max Magnus Norman who comments on his blog:

The prize symbolizes the kick ass- and fuck off mentality which is necessary in order to succeed as an independent artist. An intimation that one has to override rules and borders in order to create new paths.



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Giant AT-AT Cat ‘Fort’

16 Apr

If I built my cats an amazing bed like this I am 99.9% sure they would ignore it, yes even if it had a mini bar in it. Which brings onto this amazing AT-AT Cat ‘Fort’ which not only contains a mini bar but some hunting trophies too. Read more at Geekologie.


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I didn’t dress like this to go unnoticed…

16 Apr

Now that is an entrance – plus I think the last costume is one of my all time favourites!

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16 Apr


Uli Westphal created the Mutatoe Collection, showcasing non-standard fruits, roots and vegetables found at Berlin’s Farmer’s Markets.


Dream desks!

16 Apr

If I wasn’t working on this I would so be entering. A £10,000 creative space would rock my world *sulks*. Find out more on Facebook blog, or their website.


Animated Last Supper – Giles Walker

15 Apr


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Giles Walker’s Last Supper piece is absolutely utterly amazing – a fully animated sculpture consisting of thirteen mechanical figures who interact around a table.

His artists statement:

Just as I respect the law that allows people to practice whatever religion they chose..they have to respect the law that allows me to question it… Is a religious doctrine that assumes guilt, and threatens violence and pain as a just punishment  a good education for a young child and should it be so readily embraced….or is this an education that leaves invisible mental scars that continue way into adult life? Why is the moral authority assumed by the religious so often considered above that of the non-religious in society?  Are the ethics of a doctrine written in the dark ages really to be held with such high regard? Just as the law gives the right to practice religion, the law must allow the right to have freedom from it as well. Is this freedom, and the right to debate issues without make believe and hysteria, being eroded?


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I also made this video of his pole dancing robots years ago now – it’s also his fault I got together with the worst boyfriend I ever had (in fact worst anyone could ever had) but I wont hold that against him when his work is this inspiring.

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