Brilliant Ideas in Tattoos

Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 16, 2012
Your friends tell you it's an 'awesome' idea and you agree, you've gone through your phases of falling in and out of love with lasagna, and sleeping. You've always been a fan of Garfield, you, like him, also hate Mondays and have a buddy named John, and even a dog... Our findings of some epic Garfield tattoos from across the globe. I love Garfield.

Food = Fashion by Fulvio Bonavia

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 15, 2012
The simple idea; reimagine food as fashion. Fulvio Bonavia had a fantastic book, A Matter of Taste, that was released a few years ago, featuring photography of food as fashion pieces. Rasberrry bags, sardine belts, and artichoke hats could possibly be one day, high fashion. 

The SKULL EGG AND PANCAKE MOLDER

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 15, 2012
We really wanted to wait until Halloween on this one, but we just couldn't resist. Sure, you can eat your pancakes and eggs in their "normal" circular form, but why not treat the kids to an egg in a pirate's skull and crossbones style? How cool is this? Even if you don't like skulls, you have to appreciate this one...

Naughty Ceramics by Chris Antemann

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 14, 2012
Case in point, I will set the scene. I was at my grandparents house, looking at all their fine china and ceramic plates and "sculptures" (I am being generous), and wondering, "what will my house look like when I am 88-years old?" I may not be able to swing the naughty, slightly dirty ceramic sculptures of Chris Antemann, but we are getting a bit closer.

Everyday Fingerprints by Kevin Van Aelst

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Who knew mustard could be such an identifier. Kevin Van Aelst, who has been on the site before for his transforming and reimagining everyday objects into something new entirely, just finished a series where he created fingerprints with everyday objects, including mustard, yarn, cassette tapes, and the topper, cat s#$t.

Surreal and Absurd History by Paco Pomet

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 11, 2012
The histories that Paco Pomet's paints are absurd, bizarre, surreal, and humorous. Just when you think you are looking at a simple realistic painting, you notice that the man in the background has a woman's legs and is posed a little too sexy for his early 1900's facial hair. The Grenadian artist just posted a bunch of new works that were painted in 2012, and we got a kick out of each one.

Chris Sumer's "Bottle Cap Blues"

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 11, 2012
Albeit not all the beers in this video are opened in a drinkable form, it does get your imagination going. It may be more convenient to have a bottle opener on your keychain, but exploring your immediate surroundings to find ways and excuses for opening a beer sounds like a great way to spend some time, especially if you're just recently free for summer break and want unwind while still exercising your creative muscles.

The Upside Down Helicopter Ceiling Fan

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 08, 2012
The fact that this fan had not been created already is shocking to us. What an idea, especially in a child's room. Not only can you have an upside down helicopter on your ceiling, but you can simulate a crash if you don't put it up correctly. We kid. It features four carbon fiber blades fixed with a 3-speed remote-controlled motor. Not for sale as of yet... but soon we are being told.

Baer: Dungeons & Draconians

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 08, 2012
Baer has been dropping some epic scenes recently, this newest one being a parody on Dungeons & Dragons.

Fiesa International Sand Sculpture Festival in Portugal

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 01, 2012
Every year the Fiesa International Sand Sculpture Festival takes place in Pêra, Algarve, Portugal bringing together the most talented sculptures from around the world to build a city-like installation. Using thirty-five thousand tons of sand to build with, the theme is ever changing ranging from Hollywood, discoveries, living world, and animal kingdom.

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