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Furniture Animals

Mark Sparfel, a French artist, transforms old, discarded furniture into animal sculptures. Some of them appear to be almost leaping into action in what Sparfel calls “poetry made from wood.” Link -via Design Boom

Cook a Burger with Your Car’s Tail Pipe

This seems like a bad idea. Thankfully, right now it’s just concept by seven Iranian designers submitted to Design Boom’s Dining in 2015 contest. Let’s just say that it needs some work. Link -via Foodiggity

The Necronombox Custom Sculpted Boombox

This Necronomicon inspired boom box was made by Josh Marlar, and it may make your party guests a bit squeamish when you bust it out for an impromptu late night karaoke session in the kitchen. It uses a Lil’G Mini Boombox as the basic structure, then Josh sculpted the horrifying features out of Sculpey. The eyes are [...]

Some Of The Most Ridiculous Comic Book Characters From The 1990s

The comic book boom of the 1990s brought with it many new trends-more anti-hero main characters, mature and intelligent storylines and, to the dismay of readers worldwide, a wave of really cheesy super villains that sent readers looking for a refund! It’s as if the creators were tired of creating suitable foes for our favorite superfolks [...]

Mystery sonic boom confounds officials

An explanation for the massive boom that shook rural west Georgia on Friday continues to evade officials. At around 9:45 p.m. the local switchboard li…

The Kingdom of Boomeria

The Kingdom of Boomeria is a magical place of just one hectare hidden in the forest in Bonny Doon, California. Students who graduate from San Lorenzo Valley High School go out into the world and tell tales of their adventure in the Kingdom of Boomeria and find that no one believes them. After all, how [...]

The Most Beautiful Subway Stations in the World

Design Boom has a huge gallery of the most beautiful works of subway station and tunnel architecture across the world. Pictured above is the Solna Centrum metro station in Stockholm, which opened in 1975. Shades of red dominate the artwork of the station, which depicts the social concerns of 1970s Sweden. Link via Fast Company | [...]