An especially formidable AK47 Blue shark sculpture by Christoper Schulz.
A shark on Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork this morning.
Probably on its way to The English MaNOMNOMN
This Just Swim
Every Autumn, after the rice harvest, Kagawa Prefecture and Niigata Prefecture in Japan host straw art festivals.
Taxidermy man’s gonna have a heart attack when he sees what I brung him..
And so forth.
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The suave Spyfox confronts an evil Hammerhead shark intent on flooding the world. A nifty short inspired by 1960s spy films and produced by
Yoav Shtibelman, Taylor Clutter and Kendra Phillips – all students of the Ringling College of Art and Design.
Making of video
You’ll recall Max-Arthur, the
cat on a Roomba dressed as a shark chasing a duckling from a few months ago.
Well he’s back with his Roomba and shark costume, sans duckling, in the dark.
Stick around for the moment of Zen at 0.44 when the Roomba finishes its cycle.
A ‘rare and beautiful dance’ featuring a curious
oceanic whitetip shark and freediver Julie Andersen of Shark Angels. Filmmaker Paul Wildman sez:
…even Jacques Cousteau described the oceanic whitetip shark as “the most dangerous of all sharks”. Clearly they are not. And more than misunderstood, these sharks are critically endangered in many places on the globe.