Shedding a few pounds: probably not the best idea if you’re only a 4-ounce hamster. But maybe you’re me. Maybe the face my doctor makes when he sees me says it all. But enough about that quack, this is a video of Youtuber The Q building custom hamster-sized treadmills for
Because you can never have enough whimsy in your life, this is a video about UK-based photographer Simon Dell, who built an entire Hobbit village (among other homes) for the mice that live in his garden. How precious. Precious — get it? Because that’s what Gollum is always saying and
This is ‘Playing With Time’, a short video created by Ben Ouaniche of Youtube channel Macro Room combining both slow motion and regular speed footage in the various clips. It was pretty trippy to watch. Maybe not as trippy as watching your life flash before your eyes, but that car
As a tribute to Hayao Miyazaki, this is a video demonstration of the My Neighbor Totoro Catbus zoetrope constructed by Twitter user marvelous media engine. The Catbus even has glowing headlight eyeballs. How about that! Although why is one of Totoro’s ears missing? I hope this isn’t a Humpty Dumpty
These are a couple shots and a video of the viewing of the late Brentnol “Bonny Brent”, aka Cabbage McPherson. Brentnol was a passionate drummer in life, so his friends and family decided this behind-a-drum-kid ‘staged presence’ tastefully arranged by Ontario, Canada funeral home Covenant Funeral Home was the right
This is an example of one of the handblown borosilicate glass octopus wine decanters crafted by Josh DeWall of Chicago-based Ignite Glass Studios. You can get a 500mL version for $600, or a 750mL version (which holds a full bottle of wine) for $950. So, you know, not as cheap
Inspired by a classic scene from the Tom & Jerry cartoon, Florida-based artist and rug maker Nellaf (fallen backwards, like risen!) created this flattened Tom stair-runner rug (22″ x 55″, available in his shop HERE for $200), presumably to cash in on all the excitement about the new live-action/CGI Tom
This is a video of crafter of things, writer, rider (motorcycle and bike), part-time teacher, and animal lover Becky Stern (links to her website with free downloadable patterns) demonstrating how to make some illuminated zodiac embroideries that light up thanks to LEDs and conductive thread in the back. Pretty cool!