By Dean Putney at 5:17 pm Sun, May 29, 2011
Brock Davis made this awesome contribution to the Boing Boing Flickr Pool.
UPDATE: Turns out Brock also did, among many other great things, the photo of Rice Krispiehenge that Xeni posted a while ago. Way to go, Brock!
Sure this isn’t just Gummi road kill?
ZOMG that made my day LOL. I doff my hat to thee, Brock Davis!
Oh the ursinity!
My memes are getting mixed up. I can’t help but think this bear rug needs a baby jockey, ala Cake Wrecks.
Somehow, the whole sex-on-a bearskin-rug-in-front-of-a-roaring-fire thing has suddenly lost all its allure.
Or else you’d have to get REALLY small.
Definitely an atheist, but this is the type of photo that makes me say omg.
Gummi bear firing squad: http://www.flickr.com/photos/loulia/2599101561/in/set-72157604992742152
Reminds me the great food art by Christopher Boffoli:
Reminds me of a piece by Yaya Chou that I showed a few years ago. She did a whole series of sculptures out of Gummi bears.
For some reason the big fake nails on it still kind of creep me out.
Is this what you call Bear aux Van!
I want to go to a gallery exhibition party for this person.
Even if the art gets boring, the snacks will be awesome.
This is excellent. His website has even more amazing work. This guy’s work is soooo good, itz like free sex worthy, like a rock star!
The lazy lined paper piece is pretty trippy.
“The owner has disabled downloading of their photos ”
What’s the point? Don’t they know how easy this is to circumvent?
I know! Same as thinking your crap is protected by putting it in flash. I can read the guy’s copyright statement, but what happens if someone wants it as a wallpaper for wide-screen? Nothing will stop them.
i want there to be a full sized version of this. use the same material they put in wrist rests on mouse pads
Your pictures are coyrighted on FlickR. No creative commons ?
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