These colorful and comfy sneakers are part of the Attenborough-Naftel art exhibit, Yard Sale, on now through August 28th, 2014 at De Buck Gallery, located at 545 West 23rd Street in the Chelsea Gallery District.
Sweet Ride! (Image Source)
Over at Jalopnik, this Russian PT Cruiser Wedding Limo (yes, I just typed that) is taking a lot of shit for being what it is. But, really, isn’t this car actually all kinds of awesome? It reminds me of Disneyland. I just love it!
Click through to This Link to watch a fun video of the car in action and take a look at how the interior lighting changes colors! Fancy!
Please don’t eat these shoes! Creating works that are very similar to the art of contemporary sculptor Scott Hove, designer Chris Campbell has expertly painted and sculpturally enhanced dozens of pairs of Jimmy Choux shoes so that they appear to be decorated with the accoutrements of a fancy bakery cake! Apart from his light up shoes line-up from last fall, these are now my favorite. Clever and beautiful, but definitely not edible!
Chris sells his visually delectible creations at his own shop, The Shoe Bakery which appears to be located in Orlando Florida, but who knows. With prices that are very reasonable at just $60 for a pair of flats to $200 for the high heels – I’d say these are not only a fashion bargain but a unique investment for art collectors as well!
Read more and see additional photos of these deliciously collecitble shoes at This Link!
Thanks to Geoffrey for the Tip!
Presented here in no particular order are the Top Ten Holiday Trees from previous Worleygig posts! Enjoy!
Aluminim Christmas Tree with Pink Ornaments (Original Post )
Christmas Tree Made of Books (Original Post)
Hub Cap Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Doughnuts Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Bacon Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Musical Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Godzilla Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Harold Lloyd’s Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Contemporay Art Christmas Tree – Philippe Parreno’s Fraught Times: For Eleven Months of the Year it’s an Artwork and in December it’s Christmas ( Original Post )
Origami Tree from the Museum of Natural History NYC ( Original Post )
This has to be Homer Simpson’s Favorite Christmas Tree, Amiright?
Wow, this is pretty amazing, right?
Odd Day is coming tomorrow, Saturday, 7/9/11. Three consecutive odd numbers make up the date only six times in a century. After 7/9/11, only two days remain in this stretch of Odd Days which began with 1/3/5 (January 1, 2005). On Saturday, do something odd in celebration. Happy Odd Day!