Artist Roberto Benavidez specializes in whimsical piñatas, but his Hieronymus Bosch piñatas are a Garden of Earthly Delights.
If you purchase one for use at a party, in keeping with the theme, they may only be filled with hell-candy: Necco wafers, baseball card chewing gum, licorice, and circus peanuts.
Lots of other cool piñata and non-piñata work at his site.
• Artist Makes Hieronymus Bosch Piñatas (Flashbak via Hyperallergic)
Robin and Julia Rogers team up in this video to make a giant blown glass rabbit that barely fits in the kiln.
Tiffanie Turner has mastered the art of the paper flower to the point that she can make enormous crepe-paper blooms that still somehow look real.
NASA’s groovy imagining of space settlements were put in the public domain in 2007, and now space antropologist Michael Oman-Reagan has shared these remarkable hi-res scans created by David Brandt-Erichsen.
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