The dinosaurs in ‘Jurassic Park’ may have been made from mosquito DNA, but these character mock ups are all beetle. Etsy user EBPearce apparently has an odd love of both the iconic dinosaur movie and coleopterology.
Typically, we’d cry in horror at the thought of spilling red wine on anything, fearing the permanent red blotch it will leave on most surfaces. Instead, we’re loving artist Amelia Harnas’ clever use of wine stains and embroidery to make abstract portraits.
Maybe zombies are just misunderstood. Maybe the stiff brain-eaters would be more relaxed with a little bit of exercise.
In a humorous new commercial for Canadian charity Yoga Outreach, a staggering horde of the undead are brought back to life after taking a yoga class. In fact, after a few downward dogs, they’re already making plans to get a latte.
When it comes to movie stars, there will always be inevitable comparisons to which classic actors or actresses they most immediately resemble or whose place they’ve taken.
Swedish artist George Chamoun investigates this compulsion to compare in his portrait series Iconatomy. He overlays surreal swirls of old and new stars to show how similar certain stars are to each other, at least physically.
On July 16, New York’s Rockefeller Park was lit up like a Christmas tree when over 3,500 people converged for Improv Everywhere’s latest MP3 Experiment. The popular series of “missions,” as IE calls its stunts, asks participants to download an MP3 file, gather in one spot, hit play at the same time and follow the audio instructions for an awesome effect.
The eighth installment in the MP3 mission series included activities with flashlights and glowsticks, giving the phrase “flash mob” an entirely new meaning. Check out video of the mission below:
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