Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
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PAINTINGS Patrick Kramer
A small sampling of the unbelievable (insert a long list of adjectives here) oil paintings by Patrick Kramer that you will find in his tumblr.
Today the Department of Awesome Natural Wonders is wondering what enchanted forest photographer Kayla M. Frost was exploring when she encountered this beautiful colony of Bearded Tooth Fungi (Hericium erinaceus) that looks like countless stalactites of sugary sweet frosting:
"i had a very long moment with this gorgeous family of bearded tooth fungi."