Lick my Mayakovsky

Russian advertising agency Stoyn has developed a line of popsicles that are based on iconic characters and items of recent history. Ranging from Marilyn Monroe to Darth Vader, Vladimir Mayakovsky to Donald Duck, the project is an experiment in pairing flavours to personality and context in a playful, tongue-in-cheek fashion.

Vladimir Mayakovsky

Marilyn Monroe

Che Guevara

Darth Vader

Super Mario

Donald Duck

Mickey Mouse

Graffiti spray

..and gay men are bloodthirsty animals!

Once upon a time, not so long ago, in the land of  liberty and opportunity...

Boys Beware“, a chronicle of  the various ways gay men of 1961 stalked their young prey, commissioned by the  Inglewood Police Department, California (!)…  a film shown  to all 60’s pubescent boys in classrooms across USA.

This  ”educational film”  warns the little American boys  that  the homosexual can be anywhere, and he just isn’t happy unless he’s sodomizing a naive teenager. Boys Bewere was also to  help  those young, tender, blond boys recognize the dangers of the mentally ill homosexual, and points out some warning signs. (full film here)

Girls Bewere version was available too..

via  f-rated

Decompression chair

Chair in beech wood that becomes an armchair with an inflatable extension from polyester fabric, a research  project from designer Matali Crasset

via tel aviv art and design

previous posts on Matali Crasset: the cushion tree and Arbre

Blank wall clock

A wall clock with a pen!  you can write, draw and erase it easily according to your perception of time and graphics,  from Spanish designer Martí Guixé, produced by  Alessi

Self Portrait as Big World

Image from BOY O BOY, all rights reserved

Self Portrait as Big World by Julie Heffernan, 2008.
More of her work here. Found here.

Cloud 9

An origami stool/sculpture Cloud 9, that has the unique quality to fold flat under 2 seconds, designed by Samuel Wilson of  We Play God.

check  also Dalhia, another folding  felt stool designed from Kai Linke

Vertical Landscape – between art and architecture

An artistic display of white synthetic fiber netting created by japanese artist/architect Ryo Yamada is located in Sapporo, Japan. Sited inside the upper level exterior courtyard of a historical building, the installation responds to open air conditions. Fifty eight square pillars measuring 3.6 meters in height, covering an area of 600m2 are suspended from a horizontal plane of synthetic fabric.


the helarious side of  sexuality @ f-rated, a new wicked adult (NSFW) tumblr :}

they live among us..

faces in places via pinterest

I missed you

I missed you (in my riffle shooting lesson) greeting card made by Etsy user Crackeddesigns.
Found here.

Finger Soap Set

Creepy finger soap bars on Etsy, made with moisturizing ingredients and watermelon scent..

via who killed bambi


The perfect shape for cookies by product designer Berta Riera Pomés, produced by Papila