Posts Tagged ‘teddy bear’
Bin Bag Bears by Yael Mer & Shay Alkalay of Raw-Edges Design Studio…
Sweet halloween dreams, a beautiful drawing by begemot on Deviantart…
Bloody Good Stuff from our Shop: Teddy Bear Lamp by Suck Uk!
Soft toy bear with a lamp for a head! Is he a bear? Is he a lamp? Whichever way you choose to see him, he looks weirdly wonderful and will be sure to earn a second look from your guests.
Wendy is an australian woman who describe herself as a “cat lover/ try hard gardener/ port adelaide power supporter/ freeware addict”. She posts some crazy, hypnotizing 3d video experiments in which a virtual avatar of herself dances, sings and acts. But there also skeletons and weird teddy bears around. Serious stuff…
Jason Freeny is working on an upcoming exhibition named “Love Moment” and this is one of the pieces he will show. A Teddy Bear Fetus:
“I thought to myself, what describes “love movement” more then “makin’ babies”? well nothing. So for this piece that i will be titling “Egg & Incubator” im going to fashion our little bear friend into a bear shaped egg, then im going to sculpt a small fetal bear baby inside our robot incubator. The bear brings life and the robot provides. Kinda like life you think?”
[via freeny's blog]
Ted and eddy – the two headed teddy bears… Have you ever seen cuter teddy bears? ??? Mmmm don’t think so…
Teddy Bear Natural History, a project by Stephanie Metz…
I’m totally in love with those felted skulls!!
“Teddy bears at first appear trivial. They are toys—playthings for children and symbols of innocence, comfort, and nostalgia. But the teddy bear is also a metaphor for the way humans manipulate the natural world to our own ends. The teddy bear is an idea: a docile, cute, friendly invention far removed from the wild animal that inspired it. I create teddy bear anatomical specimens with a pretense of realness to emphasize the artifice of a familiar but unconsidered subject (…) The anatomy of the teddy bear is wholly planned by its creator to appeal to the biological response of human adults to care for their cute, round-featured, helpless babies. The manufacture of teddy bears is a blueprint for bioengineering trends that are taking place today—without the biology. But the sharp canine teeth in a teddy bear skull serve as a reminder that nature can only be tamed to a point.”
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