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January 4, 2011 |
In: Art, Awesome, Design
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U need to be recycled
Thank you sandman. I hate getting put down with retarded talk.
such a toolbox
I like sculpture, but despise Styrofoam.
I think I hate the squeaky noise it makes the most, but the static cling is annoying too.
Keeps my shiz, safe tho. I like that.
If you ship Styrofoam what do you pack it in?
Ahhhh… to ponder the semantics of packaging packing materials. How…. esoteric.
Or… If a packager packaged a package, would they package the package the way the packager wants the package packaged or would the packager package the package the way the package would want to be packaged???
Perhaps the problem is even existential. Because if you package a package the way the package wants to to be packaged you are relying on the preception of the package. So say we were to package a special package in this box say my di@k in a box then the choice of packaging material is obviously Katy Perry's mouth and not styrofoam.
I got a package you can toy with.
the US postal service refuses to handle packages smaller than 5" (or 3 1/2" thick) so your out of luck pal. Sadly, for anything over 11 1/2 inches you need to buy a large envelope and pay extra postage, so I get screwed too
props to whomever carved these….i HATE the squeeking/squealing noise it makes….nails on a chalkboard my friends, nails on a chalkboard :S
Wasn't carved. They were molded. You can tell by how there's no damaged pellets on sculptures. Not about the couch one.
artistic non degradable super pollution, so sad…
I will super pollute your face….with your face. Better to be on display and enjoyed then in a landfill/your backyard.
#10 – US Military should make a bunch of these and leave them at the borders, along with foam tanks. Would dispel many from a distance. (of course, leaving one real one among the rest to shoot once in a while for better effect.)
There was great History Channel show on Africa campaign of WWII. This dude, Jasper Maskelyne, did exactly what you said. He would create fake tanks, then flanked the enemy with the real ones… He created a small mockup of a port, miles away from a real port. German bombers had no point of reference and thought they were hitting targets. Really interesting guy. Many of his "tricks" are still classified.
These are awesome and impressive–but that being said–somebody has WAAAY too much time on their hands…..
#5, #7, and #8 are actually carved out of stone. Fabio Viale is the artist.
If I owned #10 I'd paint it up like the real thing and get a photo of me lifting it up. Facebook profile pic !
#7 #10 Rock…thats just to cool….can't get my drunk ass to sit there long enought…lol
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ca13814 on March 4, 2011 @boinx1234 yes but they should have done both of them idk maybe I’m just suiptd
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