Where exactly it came from, or why it exists, I don't really know. I do know, however, that it's a robotic elephant that can hold as many as fifty people on it.
Do you want to hear something really, really gross?
Then listen to this dude just squishing a beehive in his hands after going to town on the thing. No spray, no nothing. He just grabs the hive and crushes.
The man in video says that he was born in Trinidad and has been killing bees with his bear hands for the last 20 years. The video refers to slaughtering bees in this manner as "the Old Fashioned Way." This dude is not human.
However, someone, persumably named Chantell "denied that fact and this was a simple demonstration." You can hear the man call Chantell again and again whilst squishing the bees in between his friggin' hands.
Take a seat, Chantell.
These are the "doodle" works of Sagaki Keita, who creates intricately detailed drawings by scribbling tiny doodles into a greater whole. More impressive still is that the works seen here were all created in the past year alone. Check the via link for more information, and look at them all in their high-res glory in the gallery below!
The Swedes are nuts man. In honor of upholding a Christmas tradition, a 25-year-old Swede set ablaze an enormous decorative goat made of straw.
The authorities are waiting to question the emboldened madman, likely hopped up on all manners of vodka, till he sobers up. Apparently the goat preceded Santa as the bringer of Christmas gifts in old Swedish tradition.
We've featured the work of Ray Villafane quite a few times now, but these are some of the pumpkins that put him on the map. Villafane's ability to carve texture and character into these ordinary squashes is mind-boggling, to say the least. He'll be making all kinds of new works for the New York Botanical Gardens through Halloween, so we'll be sure to post any more cool ones that come our way!