For those of us who are still slightly baffled by the Internet -- and even for jaded digerati -- the MONOcrafts site is magic. It's the bunny that disappears into a top hat to end up squealing in the third row. Magic.
Even the front page of MONOcrafts' site provides potentially endless entertainm
The kids rush to the television, eager for the show "UgoUgo Lhuga" to tune in. As their parents look on in wonder, the children position their cell phones with their dialing fingers poised. Two sumo wrestlers appear on the screen and prepare for a bout. The children pick up the phones and relay comma
Elizabeth Streb is an extreme dancer. In her incredibly athletic works, dancers swan-dive from scaffolding, hurl themselves against primary-colored walls, and bounce vigorously on trampolines. This recipient of the 1997 MacArthur genius award describes her ideal move as "dangerous, hard, fast, wild,
"Art," Yayoi Kusama once said, "is both the symptom and cause for my obsession." Indeed, her works -- many of which amalgamate thousands of polka dots into recognizable forms -- are the manifestation of the spots, nets, and flowers that she has seen in hallucinations since childhood. Many cite her tr