It’s time for weekly links again, and as ever, I’ve been collating some good ones for you (and some stupid ones, naturally!) – here they are, so enjoy!
Find the Invisible Cow. Seriously. Make sure you have your sound on for this one.
If you’re into cool stories about Princesses (like me) then this will be up your street – Rejected Princesses, which are stories from around the world about lesser known stories in fairy tales, history and myths with princesses who were, basically, badasses.
300 hours of work, millions of handmade dots and lines with Rotring Inkpens – I don’t think I’d have the patience, but what a beautiful piece is created at the end of it.
Ever wanted to see the worst of Youtube videos? (You probably don’t) – wonder no more with boootube.com Enjoy and cringe away.
Did you ever play the Oregan Trail in your childhood? (I sure as heck did, I’m surprised how many others there are out there as well!) Well, here’s a zombie version of the game to re-live your childhood memories.
Designer Seb Lester re-created famous brands and logos with a pen hand. I love stuff like this, it’s beautifully done and oddly satisfying to see a pen used so well.
A (very cool) father and daughter recreated Jurassic Park with $100,000 worth of Lego – you can watch the video here.
Feeling stressed? Have a rainy window. Makes everything better.
Ever wanted a designer handbag made of pancakes, or sandwiches, or bagels? Well now you can have some, courtesy of Chloe Wise and her foodie fashion bags. The only thing I’d be worried about is hungry passerbys and birds trying to eat your bag and make your lipsticks fall out.
Rocko, you look so…wild. If 90s cartoons were translated into real life, here’s how they would look. Very confusing.