American student gets stuck in a giant marble vagina sculpture in Germany, becomes the internet’s reason to chuckle this week
Twenty two German firefighters arrived on the scene to get the American exchange student unstuck from a giant sculpture of a vagina by Peruvian sculptor Fernando de la Jara at the Tübingen University Institute of Microbiology in Tübingen, Germany. Imgur user Erick Guzman, who claims to be the student’s friend, said his buddy “just wanted to take a funny picture.”
Interactive wall of 3D printed dongs dances to music. This is where the future has led us.
The “Penis Wall”, as it’s appropriately titled, consists of a grid of wagging and waving members that frolic to the tune of a Tchaikovsky song or in step with a viewer like a melange of giddy, little phallic creatures. Using an ultrasonic distance sensor, the wall can be programmed not only to dance, but to serve as a visualization for data, such as stock market patterns.
Delsyd and I took a trip down to the NC Museum of Art today so he could test out his 3D camera. Above is Hercules comin’ at you in three dimensions. All are red/blue anaglyph, so obviously they’ll look better if you’ve got some red/blue 3D glasses laying around. Also, paintings obviously aren’t exciting in 3D, but there’s lots of sculpture that looks nifty.
Paris gets a life size T-rex skeleton statue made from platinum
350 chrome molded bones create the framework for the 3 by 6 meter (12’ by 21’) contemporary artwork. the t-rex, a fixture in popular culture, is characterized by its massive skull, long powerful tail, and treacherous teeth, all which are exemplified in pasqua’s skeletal construction. the towering silver structure surprises passers-by, synthesizing the relationship between artistry and shock value.
No, not really… it’s a sculpture by Martin Wall for the GoGoGorillas exhibition in Norwich. 53 outdoor gorilla sculptures scattered around town, and this one could kick all of those other gorilla’s asses.