Noriyuki Saitoh creates these delightful life-sized insects from carved bamboo.
While the artist strictly measures the dimensions, he takes some artistic license:
[We] prioritize the appearance impressions, features, and senses rather than proportions being created exactly. People's eyes appreciate small works. We compensate gaps and colors of genuine and works with knowledge, experience, and imagination. I think that it is fun to appreciate this bamboo work.
• Bamboo Insects (via Twitter)
Showman Mat Ricardo (previously) writes, "I've always thought it was a shame that the resurgence in cabaret and variety shows has tended to be adult-centric. Late night sexy circus shenanigans are all well and good, but variety shows should be for everyone - so I did something about it!"
High school students in Pennsylvania's Northern Lebanon School District report that they are not allowed to walk through their schools' hallways unless they smile; if they refuse they are sent for mandatory counselling.
Robin and Julia Rogers team up in this video to make a giant blown glass rabbit that barely fits in the kiln.
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