Quoting Mister Lego ~
Kinda gross, but there's a self-portrait sculpture made from 9 pints (4.2 liters) of the artist's frozen blood.
I want to know who the artist is, and I want to see the sculpture. I'm not gross, I'm just really interested to know who this guy is because he sounds very similar to a guy that made washes like watercolor, but with his blood. The works were really cool looking. I'm not really supportive of him using his own blood, but the works look cool, especially with all the different shades of red. I can't stress enough that I'm not attracted to how the pieces where created, at least the part about the blood, I just thought the works looked awesome. Permalink
This is why: Because they have eight wheels on them and four people, and four plus eight is twelve, and twelve is a foot and a foot is a ruler, and Queen Elizabeth was a ruler, and Queen Elizabeth was also a ship, and the ship sails the sea and in the sea is fish and fish have fins, and the Finns fought the Russians and the Russians were red and that's why firetrucks are red.
James from Thomas the Tank Engine used to have a black paint job, but he suffered an accident (in his first appearance) and was given a red paint job when he was repaired. James was not the only tank to get a new paint job. The Scottish twins,Donald and Douglas, who also had black paint jobs, were painted blue. Permalink
When you are rubbing a balloon on your head, the little pops you hear from the static electricity are thunder. You might have already learned this from science, but I thought it was pretty interesting. Permalink