The nature park will harbor a shambling behemoth, a fuzzy duck blind, and a smokey “Meat Church,” among other installations.
Sometimes it’s not just a figure of speech.
A hillside has become a psychedelic hump, with paint splashed on more than 200 homes.
First they gentrify, then they disrupt the way you talk.
The city wants to curb public urination with paint that splashes back urine.
Their pollen and honey contain substances linked to Colony Collapse Disorder.
A house hanging from a crane in Germany suggests grievous operator error.
Be prepared to cook meat wherever you go with the stylish Mon Oncle cooker.
A Canadian city is the latest to try preventing collisions with public art.
Commuters can now decompress to the beboppin’ sounds of a big band.
Microplastics contaminate the water on a massive scale.
The real number of thunderous accidents is probably much higher.
The solar-powered signs post different restrictions based on the time of day.
His latest creation is a fuzzy skull-and-crossbones in Grenoble, France.
It’s up to 20 feet high, is filthy, and reportedly is growing grass on the top.
Why? “Because … subway!”
It’s reportedly easier to maintain than soil and mulch.
You can get away with a lot wearing an official-looking vest.
The walkable sculpture extends more than 100 feet over a bay.