Artist Willard Wigan born June 1957 in Birmingham specializes in nano sculpture needle eye sized art.
Wigan began creating his micro sculptures at the age of five!
He is the world’s most renowned microscopic artist, and started making houses for ants because he thought they needed somewhere to live, then he made them shoes and hats, because, why not?! He says “It was a fantasy world I escaped to where my dyslexia didn’t hold me back and my teachers couldn’t criticize me”.
via Willard Wigan
His sculptures are small enough to fit on the head of a pin. You will need a magnifying glass to check out his work in person.
Halloween is just a week away! Have you already come up with a costume idea for your kids? Here are some clever costume ideas we found that work best for twins but could also work if you have kids with a small age difference.
Salt and Pepper Shakers
This salt and pepper shaker kid costume is perfect for twins. It comes with 2 costumes, one salt and hat, one pepper and hat.
Buy it from Etsy
Don’t ask us why… It’s just funny!
It’s a simple yet creative (and kinda weird) way to manipulate celebrity photos; enlarge nose, remove mouth. Phil Pastore created his blog, Nosemouth, back in 2011 with a Photoshopped image of President Obama, but the site was inactive for a few years until a few new addition sent the Nosemouth blog to Tumblr’s trending blogs.
Banpo Bridge Fountain, Seoul, South Korea
The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain, which was installed in 2009 on the Banpo Bridge, is the world’s longest bridge fountain according to the Guinness World Record. There are close to 10,000 LED illuminated nozzles that run along both sides of the Banpo Bridge. The water for the fountain is pumped directly from the river and continuously recycled. The bridge has 38 water pumps and 380 nozzles on either side, which draw 190 tons of water per minute from the river 20 meters below the deck, and shoots as far as 43 meters horizontally.
Gregory Kloehn goes dumpster diving not to find food, but to find useful pieces of plywood and material he could use to help the homeless in Oakland, California.
Here he is digging through trash to find anything that could be used on his project.
Red Hong Yi likes to paint, just not with a paintbrush. Last year, Red challenged herself to create a new food portrait ever day for the entire month of March. Red has continued the tasty series which she shares on her wildly popular Instagram and Facebook pages.