Marcey Hawk is a daring arist, who is putting her 30D breasts to good use - by using them as 'brushes' to paint picture. She uses a mixture of colours and angles her breasts in different directions and shapes to create her eye catching pieces. Her works has been bought by celebs such as Russell Brand and Hugh Hefner. She sells her breast pieces online(etsy) with some fetching up to $500 (£300). Marcey donates a portion of all sales to the Susan G Komen Foundation, a charity which fight against breast cancer. Watch the videos of she painting.
A giant yellow rubber duck on display in Taiwan‘s Keelung Port has burst on Tuesday due to unknown circumstances. It was the second time that a giant inflatable duck -- a bath toy replica created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman -- had burst while on show in Taiwan.
This is the world's largest K'nex ball machine, at The Works Museum in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA. The machine stands 23.5 feet tall and 40 feet long, and contains over 100,000 pieces. It has 2 lifts, 3 motors, and 8 paths, including a 20 foot free-fall, an 8 foot tall big-ball-factory spiral, and a 60 foot long path which hangs from the ceiling. It takes 3 and a half minutes for a ball to climb to the top of the tallest tower.
iMpulse($40) is a tiny controller for your phone, from thinkgeek. It is a wireless controller for mobile devices via Bluetooth. Some of Spec: - The smallest wireless controller for mobile devices - Take control of any iOS/Android-powered (Bluetooth-enabled) Media Player app from up to 100 feet away (includes Spotify, Pandora, etc.) - Compatible with any Bluetooth-enabled device, including iPhones, iPads, and Android phones and tablets - Bluetooth version: 2.1
The TaskOne iPhone Case has 22 tools, including a bottle opener; three screwdrivers; 1.8″ wood saw; 2.5″ removable knife; dual kickstands; six Allen wrenches; wire stripper; metric ruler; wire cutters; pliers and box wrenches.
This is one of the hilarious outfits modelled by a trio of pugs who have been transformed into hobbits, rock stars and even ROYALTY.Owner Phillip Lauer, 57, said: "They are the family photos that we put up on our walls just like other people do of their kids."Yes, it's a lot of time and effort but we have a lot of great memories and photos to share. It puts a smile on our faces, too." Phillip and his wife Sue have been transforming their dogs Blue, Bono and Roxy, for the past six years. More pics jump more.