We've seen other works of literary art, like the carved book works of Guy Laramee and the mystery book sculptures left in libraries across Scotland, but this series of literary sculptures by Oklahoma based artist Kelly Campbell Berry have a lot more character than the competition!
Each sculpted book depicts characters from classic literary works coming to life across the pages, acting out scenes from the book and posing for a fabulous tableau.
From one of the guys that brought you a little scifi franchise called Star Wars (George Lucas) and one of the guys responsible for the toy-motion bonanza known as Robot Chicken (Seth Green) comes a very new animated series - Star Wars: Detours.
Your favorite wacky space characters are given a shiny new look, big heads and some expanded waistlines, all for the sake of animated comedy!
An industrious biker/Dark Knight fan built this sweet looking, and fully functional, BatPod motorcycle out of scrap metal and spare parts, so now he gets to ride around his town in Vietnam looking like a boss.
All together this badass Batman bike cost creator Tung Lam a mere $480 bucks to build! I guess you don't need to be a billionaire to ride like Bruce Wayne...
Even though this may look like a box full of junk, Disney Imagineer Fritz would rather think of it as a case containing pleasant memories and important artifacts from his time working at Disneyland.
Fritz has been sharing his little box of wonders with the world via his blog since 2010, and even though the items don't look like much with a little imagination you can see how they symbolize the crafting magic behind Disneyland.
The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art is hosting an exhibition made up of 200 photos which were altered or manipulated in some way between 1840 and 1900, well before the advent of digital image manipulation via programs like Photoshop.
They should have called the exhibition Ye Olde Way To Shoppe A Photo!
This elegantly simple Halloween themed cake has a gnarly frosting tree crawling up the side, lots of sweet ghosts, black cats, pumpkins and bats, and the top is emblazoned with a spider's web bearing a birthday greeting.
It's a sweet work of cake art, and it looks like it was made with frosting, instead of fondant, so it was probably delicious to booooo-t!
A public school teacher from Waterdown, Ontario Canada decided to show her love of Halloween by wearing this festive ensemble- jester style hat, mask, striped scarf with pumpkin medallion and striped skirt to match.
My, don't you look like the cat's meow Miss Crabapple!