Mad Quickies: Art Crimes, Edible Flower Lollipops, 360 Degree Drawings and More!
Hello there friends. It’s your old pal Brian back with your Wednesday Quickies. I’m sorry I was absent last week, but I got lost underneath New York. I’ll tell you, exploring beneath the city is fun and I even made some new friends. Rats can be friends right? Anyway, onward!
The 30 funniest single-panels in comic book history. -Via Courtney
Mexican photographer Felix Hernandez Rodriguez creates beautiful worlds with toys and miniatures.
Artist Allison May Kiphuth makes these GORGEOUS small-scale dioramas celebrating the natural world of her Maine home. I want all of them.
Yes, this is a 360 degree drawing in a 40-foot inflatable dome, inside of a former soy sauce factory by Oscar Oiwa.
Retail find: Edible flowers preserved in lollipops by Pittsburgh’s Sugar Bakers.
Bonus! Impress your friends! A temporary tattoo of Hans Holbein’s anamorphic skull.
Featured image by Allison May Kiphuth