Googly-Eye Tree Sees Yew

From inflatable art experts Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas, here’s something that’ll spruce up a tree in your neck of the woods: a pair of googly eyes! Photo: Filthy Luker Source: neatorama

Hand-Sewn Portraits by Sheena Liam Capture Quiet Moments of Self Care

Malaysian-born artist and model Sheena Liam (previously) creates self-portraiture through dark green thread and embroidery hoops. The hand-sewn images imitate her own subtle gestures from her day-to-day life, focusing on rituals of self care. “In a strange way modeling parallels my art…

Listen to Episode 70 of Clever: Madeline Weinrib

Textile designer Madeline Weinrib wasn’t a very good student until an art teacher recognized and supported her talent. After a successful stint as a fine artist, she transitioned to textiles. Known for her painterly sensibility, her textiles quickly became sought…

Louis Poulsen Photography Exhibition Design to Shape Light

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen has asked top lighting designer Paul Nulty to curate a photography exhibition called ’Design To Shape Light’, running the 10th – 26th October 2018 in the creative district of Clerkenwell, London.…

Tentacles Invade The Navy Yard, Philadelphia

No, it’s not the end of times. Rather, the 40-foot long tentacles are an art installation by Luke Egan and Pete Hamilton (aka Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas), two UK-based artists known for their inflatable art. Source: neatorama

Iowa State, uh, Finds a Way to Bring Dancing Dinos to its Halftime Show

what is happening pic.twitter.com/ISaR6k4XwQ — FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 14, 2018 Iowa State’s marching band T-rex-ed the competition when they brought in the dancing inflatable dinos during halftime. Well, granted that “dancing” is subjective here. I feel that we…

Marie Antoinette's Jewels For Sale

Tuesday is the 225th anniversary of the beheading of Marie Antoinette during the French Revolution, nine months after her husband King Louis XVI. The monarchy had been teetering on the edge of disaster for quite some time. In fact, the…

Watching <I>Alien</I> for the First Time

I already have so many regrets pic.twitter.com/0hraBtq9MK — High Witch of the Rio DeLaWare (@EldritchGirl) October 14, 2018 One of life’s great pleasures is introducing someone new to a pop culture phenomenon you know and love. The movie Alien is…

Caterpillars Feeding on Exploding Touch-Me-Not Seed Pods

You might think plants just stand still, rooted in place. This clip from BBC Earth uses both stop-motion and slow-motion to show that isn’t so. Balsam plants develop seed pods that mature into a delicate tension, so that the slightest…

Museum of the Moon

This is wonderful. Museum of the Moon, a mobile art installation by artist Luke Jerram (previously on Neatorama), is basically a giant model of the Moon that – similar to its namesake – goes around the world. Follow the Moon…