This video by director Dean Fleischer-Camp is undeniably weird and oddly adorable. Props to all the wacky imaginations involved in making it. Give it a couple of minutes and I promise you that you won’t be able to tear yourself away.
A few years ago via BoingBoing I learned about the wonder that is the old Japanese TV show called Kure Kure Takora.
Never has a single piece of video footage left me with so many deep and unanswered questions. Many of which start with “WTF?!” haha.
(You can actually find a plot synopsis of this episode online and it makes slightly more sense but it’s kinda funnier not to know!)
Wow. I’ve seen a lot of homages to Super Mario Bros, but this is a first. That’s some Super Mario lovin’ for ya and some teeny tiny painting skills to boot! (Via framagazine)
OK. I want to be able to make my own lollipops as much as the next gal, but… um… why is this commercial so creepy?! haha.
I’ve never been a Barbie kinda gal and I hardly ever paint my nails and yet there’s something intriguing about this toy. Here’s the description:
Get the ultimate custom manicure with Barbie Doll’d Up Nails Digital Nail Printer! With this digital nail printer, you can create, customize, and print perfect, professional quality designs for your nails right at home. Just select your design, choose your color, print it and wear it!
I think it’s my oft-mentioned fascination with kids toys that you can make or do stuff with. I also kinda wonder if it could be bastardized to do something crafty with. Like printing custom designs onto smooth surfaced jewelry. Hmmm… Wheels are turning….
You can find the Barbie Doll’d Up Nails Digital Nail Printer at Amazon.
For the kitschy beer lovers in the house. By etsy seller littlepancakes.
I’m pretty sure this is a spoof ad but it’s brilliant nonetheless. (Discovered via BoingBoing)
An artist in Berkeley has an inexplicable yet adorable blog with little picture-by-picture stories starring two small teeth. I wish I could explain it more than that. But I suppose some things are better left unexplained.
P.S. I love that these little guys are little youngsters who share a bunk bed and have lots of toys…. AND a picture of glam-era David Bowie on their wall. Yes. Of course they do.