95 posts tagged Christmas
95 posts tagged Christmas
Generally speaking, it’s a good idea to avoid eating raw poultry. But this particular bird is actually a delicious orange and rum spice cake in disguise. The deceptive dessert that really does look exactly like a raw turkey was created for Christmas by London-based Sarah Hardy Cakes. No need to baste it. Just dig right in. Yum!
[via Laughing Squid]
Holy smokes, it’s a bright pink Christmas tree monster. Christmas Kaiju!
This is a “Pink” holiday Garamon Tree created by Atom Gray and Kiera Harrison (aka Miss Magpie) of Maneki Nekro studios. The sculpture stands “approximately 30” tall on a turntable base, comes pre-wired with bright pink lights, includes the ultra-ornaments as well as the gift-wrapped city buildings, and can be purchased HERE right now…”
[via Spanky Stokes]
Christmas is over, but we had to share this: Julie Coulter brought her delightfully nerdy Christmas tree to life using a pair of our Giant Googly Eyes and then enhanced the scene with a creepy Horse Head Mask. We hope Santa Claus filled her Bacon and Krampus stockings full of awesome goodies.
Ben Jacobs and Adam Goodall photographed a group of people dressed in Power Rangers morphsuits ambushing the SantaCon in central London in order to “save elves from bad Santas.”
“Morphsuits, the all-in-one Lycra bodysuit company, crowd-sourced 150 volunteers to disrupt a huge gathering of people dressed in Santa suits at Trafalgar Square.”
Jeff Farinosi sent us these great (and thoroughly unsettling) photos of a visit with Horsey Claus. It looks like it was a pretty magical experience.
Santa Claus + our creepy Horse Head Mask = Awesome
Thanks Jeff! We hope Horsey Claus brings you every thing you asked for.
Christmas + Science = Aweome
These awesome little Christmas trees are made of colourful fungi grown in petri dishes by scientists at the J. Craig Venter Institute in Rockville, Maryland:
“In a relatively unknown place, on the 3rd floor of JCVI in Rockville, MD, is a small fungal room where art meets science (and of course where all our fungal research takes place). Fungus often gets such a bad reputation for being gross and somewhat ‘standard’. We fungal folks know better and I am hoping to educate others with the underlying beauty that fungi possess, in a funky way. I recognize that beauty is in the eye of the beholder but I felt this might convince some that fungus can be fun and not just something that grows in the back of your fridge or a nuisance that contaminates your plates. Please enjoy these funky fungal holiday art forms.”