Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Madame Butterfly - Living Art

They say a picture paints a thousand words - this one looks like it's actually talking. Apparently there's one of a Starfish too!

Saturday, November 25, 2006

Use the Force... Fool!

Mr Toda

Click link to see other entries for
Celebrity Star Wars

Odd Job's Archery Challenge!

Aah...litoo sad today, no can wear faforite wedding soot and frow the hat. Today big charrench use the bows an alloe. Must careful the breefing so kwie insigh.

Can see me the speshoo archelly jai! Afoota, if winner, can drinking many play girls frow the hat... Aah!

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

That weekend in Jamaica

Need to remove a tattoo...try Turlington's Tattoo Remover!

Aah yes, the ol' Coin through the Glass trick!

Cyril Takayama, is an American born magician of French-Japanese descent. See him perform an incredible feat, by moving objects through glass! Nice one Cyril!

...solly, no sup-tiytres!

Thursday, November 09, 2006


A. Andrew Gonzalez of San Antonio, Texas, is an award-winning figurative artist whose work has been exhibited in several countries. Born on October 13, 1963, and raised in a creative family, Andrew's art education is largely self-taught. His artist father, Anthony A. Gonzalez, encouraged his early interest in drawing and painting but gave him no formal training.

The paintings of Gonzalez are created with airbrushed acrylics on panel or canvas. Forms, values and highlighting are created by lifting pigment with an abrasive eraser, followed by the application of transparent layers of pigment.

The Oracle Of The Pearl

Contemporary Tantric or Transfigurative Art that explores the dramatic union of the sensual and spiritual

Unio Mvstica

Images and text courtesy of Galerie Sublimatio

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Honey!? ... Just gonna vacuum!

Ian Haig works at the intersection of visual arts and media arts. His work explores the strangeness of everyday reality negotiated through subject matter that is at times perverse and provocative.

Using everyday technological appliances for their common association with masturbation and sexual stimulation: Futurotica presents a series of prototypes of customised domestic technology. Amplifying the ubiquitous and untapped mastarbatory fantasies found in everyday, items and the infusion of the erotic with the medical.

Visit to view more of his work.

You Tool!

Wenger, maker of the Genuine Swiss Army Knife, is celebrating 100 years of innovation with this giant monster of flick-out gadgetry.

22.2 cm in length, it features 85 tools, 100 functions and weighs in at about a kilo. You too could be the biggest tool in the shed...for around $800!

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Pee & Poo

Give someone the shits or simply take the piss this Christmas! Yes, Swedish designer Emma Megitt now gives you that option in a more hygenic & tangible format.

Pee&Poo was Emma's Master of Design project at the School of Design and Crafts, Göteborg University. After going online with the concept, she was flushed with global interest and decided to go into production. Now she's making a shit-load!

"The soft cuddly toys Pee&Poo elegantly integrate form and function in a playful and disarming manner". There are other websites that integrate Pee & Poo a little differently...but that's a future post!

I'm eagerly awaiting the extended product line to include Cum, Snot & Spittle! For now, you can purchase your Pee or Poo here.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Manga Mingya

Born in Japan and based in Germany, Kanjo Take propels photography into the realm of fine art with an unerring eye for composition and dramatic impact. His photographs incorporate elements of both Eastern and Western aesthetics, reflecting a bicultural background that has made him one of the world's most sought after photographers.

"The requirements of professional photographers are very different, depending upon their areas of work. But common to all photographers is the demand for excellent image quality and camera handling" Kanjo Take

I'm not big on the whole Manga-scene... but call me 'trippy', there's a newfound interest after seeing these images. Hao jai sing Aah Ah!

Visit Take-Studio for more!

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