“You never know what you might get when old friends from out-of-town drop in. Thank goodness that even after that stint in the nut house they haven’t changed much and are still wearing a squirrel mask in public.”
Hey, we know that face! The Estate Store in Portland, OR posted this awesome photo in their description of a beautiful antique mirror they recently put up on sale.
(Get your very own Squirrel Mask here.)
[via Estate Store]
We love Jason Edmiston’s awesome Robot Chicken painting.
It was created for the Gallery 1988 x Adult Swim group show, which took place earlier this year at Gallery 1988’s Melrose, CA location.
[via Gallery 1988]
This magnificent eagle was created by Russian artist Sergey Bobkov, who specializes in making animals using wood chips cut from Siberian cedar.
“Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cutting chips, has made a total of 15 life-size wooden sculptures of Siberian birds and animals. The artist is known to study an animal’s anatomy and habits before creating these one-of-a-kind sculptures.”
Visit My Modern Metropolis to view more of Sergey Bobkov’s wonderful wooden creatures.
This awesome photograph, which makes a humble ladybug look like an insect superhero in the middle of a daring rescue, was taken by photographer Linden Gledhill in his garden in Pennsylvania.
“In his house at R’lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming. Dreaming of belly rubs.”
Jenny Fontana created this awesome illustration of Corgi-thulhu. We should all know better than to try petting one of the Ancient Ones, but this little monster is irresistible. Is that just part of his evil plan or is it the only way to prevent him from destroying us all?
Prints are currently available via Jenny’s Etsy store.