This is snowman mailbox looks rather hungry.
Sarel Theron is a digital matte artist (matte painting being a painted representation of a landscape, set, or distant location that allows filmmakers to create the illusion of an environment that is nonexistent in real life or would otherwise be too expensive or impossible to build or visit). He does amazing book covers, advertising, game and magazine covers.
Statue of a gorilla made from metal wire coat hangers entitled ‘Silver Streak’ by David Mach at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, in London, England. At first, I thought the artist wanted to create a “blurry” effect, which reminded me of Mitch Hedberg’s Bigfoot joke:
I think Bigfoot is blurry, that’s the problem. It’s not the photographer’s fault. Bigfoot is blurry, and that’s extra scary to me. There’s a large, out-of-focus monster roaming the countryside. Run, he’s fuzzy, get out of here.
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama uses the installation called “I who have arrived in Heaven” at the David Zwirner gallery in New York in an attempt to graps infinity. It features rooms that let visitors take a step into an enchanting and endless space.
The installation’s mirror room, “Souls of Millions of Light Years Away,” is brilliantly simple – it’s a room in which the walls, the floor and the ceiling are mirrors. This seemingly infinite space is populated by hanging, blinking LEDs, which make the space seem like a galaxy or a nebula. The fascinating experience it offers has made it very popular, generating long lines at the Zwirner gallery and tons of trippy, cosmic selfies on Flickr. The installation will be on display until Dec. 21st, 2013.