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Inspiring and Awe-Inspiring Artwork

Inspiring and Awe-Inspiring Artwork from Around the Web

From Tiny Buddha – simple wisdom for complex lives to art installations from Burning Man‘s 2013 art theme “cargo cult” here are some random inspiring and awe-inspiring artist creations from around the web that you don’t see every day. Some include words to live by and others may inspire you to create some artwork of your very own.

 

Rebekah Waites’ giant, decaying replica of a church tipped on its axis like a box trap and featured an LED interior.

Revelers loved climbing on Bryan Tedrick’s 25-foot tall steel coyote, whose head rotated a full 360 degrees.

 

By: Janette Gregson

 

From AIA Inspirational Gallery 68 Street Art

From AIA’s Inspirational Gallery 68 Street Art

From AIA’s Inspirational Gallery 68 Street Art

 

 

 

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Anchorman 2 in Theaters Dec 20th

Anchorman 2 in Theaters Dec 20th, Celebrate with a new Ben & Jerry’s Flavor

In case you didn’t know…Ron Burgundy loves scotch, and with Anchorman 2 coming out in less than 2 months Ben & Jerry’s has debuted “Scotchy Scotch Scotch.’  Its newest flavor of ice cream celebrates Ron Burgundy, America’s favorite fictional news anchor and of course, his favorite drink.

Although this is not the first entertainment-dessert cross over Ben & Jerry’s has experimented with, (Stephen Colbert’s ‘Americone Dream’, Tina Fey’s ‘Liz Lemon Greek Frozen Yogurt) it is certainly one of the more interesting offerings the ice cream moguls have introduced. The Burgundy-inspired treat is made up of a butterscotch ice cream with butterscotch swirls, and will be available for the next few weeks leading up to the release of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, starring Will Ferrell as the always loveable and quotable Ron Burgundy.

Will Ferrell, in character as Ron Burgundy said in a press release that, “Scotchy, Scotch, Scotch is a delicious ice cream and I hope Ben and Jerry consider my other suggestions, malt liquor marshmallow, well liquor bourbon peanut butter, and cheap white wine sherbet.”

The long awaited sequel to the cult classic is coming to theaters December 20th, and would probably be best seen while you enjoy a pint of Scotchy Scotch Scotch, while wearing your Sex Panther cologne.

Source:  Digital Journal

Watch the Official Anchorman 2 Trailer here:

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Goblin Shark

Goblin Shark Has Jaws that Will Creep you Out

GIF by Nurie Mohamed/WIRED. Source: Discovery Channel’s Alien Sharks

 

In the movie Labyrinth, David Bowie stars as Jareth the Goblin King, stealing babies and casually punting his subjects during musical numbers. He doesn’t look anything like you’d expect a goblin to because he’s actually a fairy of sorts, which get to have better hair and accessorize more with tiaras and stuff. This of course makes Bowie a pretender to the throne.

But in the deep seas around the world swims a true goblin king with no interest in righteous hairstyles: the mysterious goblin shark, whose spring-loaded jaws are surely the animal kingdom’s most incredible chompers. Freaky freaky, as Bowie might say.

First described in 1898, the goblin shark had already been known to Japanese fishermen, who called ittengu-zame, tengu being a mythical goblin with an extremely long nose that looked a bit like Pinocchio, except like Jareth it kidnapped children instead of teaching them not to lie. The shark, which grows up to 12.5 feet long, swims at depths of over 4,000 feet and remains poorly understood, though with each new specimen we’re building a better picture of its incredible adaptations to the deep-sea lifestyle.

Most dramatic, of course, are its highly protrusive jaws packed with needle-like teeth meant to trap, not slice. Sharks are able to project their mouths in this manner because the jaw is suspended by ligaments and cartilage instead of being fused to the skull. And the goblin shark takes this to the extreme with a jaw that pretty much looks like it’s trying to escape from the animal’s face.

Read more at Wired Science

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