Fashion Week Lie Witness News is a comedy segment from a show in the US hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Here they are asking attendees at the New York Fashion Week what they think of lesser-known designers who don’t actually exist.
Typewriter Artist, Paul Smith, who, despite his disability, manages to create wonderful pieces of art by using just a typewriter. Very inspirational guy.
Armadillo playing with his toy ‘thing’. This video is of Rollie, the southern three-banded armadillo in the New Zoo and Adventure Park in Green Ba, US. I’m not sure whether it’s the rolling around playing or the scurrying around on tippy-toes that is more amusing. It’s all very cute though.
This cat fun house has been lovingly built by 49 year old Greg Krueger from Minnesota, US. A network of overhead walkways connect a whole set of individual rooms and hidey-holes for his feline family. It’s an ongoing project which Greg never wants to complete because he gets so much enjoyment thinking of new additions to the design.
This Pastafarian is currently battling in the courts for the right to wear his religious headgear, the spaghetti colander on his official ID card. It is the recognised headgear of Pastafarinism as he explains.
Read more about Pastafarianism.
An Amish barn raising which took 10 hours to complete the timber part which has been condensed to 3 mins 30 seconds. It’s pretty hypnotic viewing. Impressive teamwork makes quick work of the massive structure.
A 50 yard-line reunion between a father, returning from a tour of duty, and his son who is completely unaware he has returned. The surprise unfolds and a lovely moment follows.
These flexible head sculptures will at first confuse; they look like they are made out of some type of rubber or resin created in a mould, an optical illusion or your mind is playing tricks on you. It’s none of those.
The artist is Li Hongbo and the gallery is in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Us.