Corvids are the only animals intelligent enough to recognize ‘cool’ behaviour. Here we see a crow working to impress its peers, and largely succeeding. Good for you, crow.
If you like the relaxing atmosphere of submarine surroundings the Medusae lamp collection by Roxy Russell could be your interior solution.
My project for his class was to make this wooden box. You know, like a small, just like a… like a box, you know, to put stuff in. So I wanted to get the thing done as fast as possible. I figured I could cut classes for the rest of the semester and he couldn’t flunk me as long as I, you know, made the thing. So I finished it in a couple days. And it looked pretty lame, but it worked. You know, for putting in or whatnot. So when I showed it to Mr. Pike for my grade, he looked at it and said: “Is that the best you can do?” At first I thought to myself “Hell yeah, bitch. Now give me a D and shut up so I can go blaze one with my boys.” I don’t know. Maybe it was the way he said it, but… it was like he wasn’t exactly saying it sucked. He was just asking me honestly, “Is that all you got?” And for some reason, I thought to myself: “Yeah, man, I can do better.”
A wild raven perches himself on the fence of a human’s farm and squawks for help because he has three porcupine quills stuck in the side of his face. The kind humans who find him attempt to take the quills out, but not without some “lip” from the raven.
(Really. It is a baby! Its mouth is still pink.)
Awwww good birdie! It absolutely amazes me that not only did the raven seek out help, it sat there while the quills were taken out, despite the fact that it obviously hurt. Ravens are incredible.
Fan Bing Bing photographed by Inez and Vinoodh for Vogue China, April 2012
Who: Fan Bingbing
Wearing: Atelier Versace
Where: 2011 ‘The Artist’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere
im rly bad at this game