Simple things like "find the nearby treasure sticker", "back up as far as you can, then see how close you get to the sticker with your eyes closed"
Public domain library of vector symbols -- man, parking, stairs, coffee, hairdresser...
If you must wear garish cycling attire, why not go for Munch's "The Scream" instead of some stupid team logo?
Adorable paper installations inside toilet rolls.
Death Bear will [come to your house and] take things from you that trigger painful memories and stow them away in his cave where they will remain forever allowing you to move on with your life.
Amazing (fake?) covers for an Inglourious Basterds 70s-Marvel comic adaptation. I would love a print of #5!
Amazing building façades covered with thousands of discs or panels that move in the wind, creating a surface that appears to ripple.
The bubble in contemporary art is about to pop. It has exhibited all the classic features of the South Sea bubble of 1720 or the tulip madness of the 1630s. It has been the bubble of bubbles--balancing precariously on top of other now-burst bubbles in credit, housing and commodities--and inflating more dramatically than all of them. While British house prices took six years to double at the start of this century, contemporary art managed it in just one, 2006-07.