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The Cat Video Clapperboard makes your cat feel like a star! You need to take the YouTube and Facebook videos of your cat to the next level. To get that standard of quality will require multiple takes, which means you’ll want this clapperboard. This tiny 4” x 3-1/2” wood clapperboard is the perfect thing to mark the takes of your kitty doing adorable things.
Lights, Camera, Action, Meow!
Boing Boing just unveiled their Happy Mutant Mobile, a fantastically modified 2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon. That's right, Boing Boing is hitting the road and they're taking all sorts of wonderful weirdness with them.
The vehicle was modified by Theresa Contreras and her team at San Dimas, CA-based L&G Enterprises. The interior features a library containing all sorts of sensational reading materials provided by Fantagraphics Books and Last Gasp. The rear doors open to reveal an honest to goodness Cabinet of Curiosities. Archie McPhee was delighted to contribute a treasure trove of oddities and curiosities for this awesome feature.
The Happy Mutant Mobile is an awesome mobile library, wunderkammer and blogging/video studio perfect for on-the-road interviews. Bon voyage friends!Boing Boing]
We love spotting our products in the wild and there's something particularly cool about seeing depictions of them in people's artwork. So we were delighted to spot one of our Deluxe Finger Monsters in this wonderful painting by Midwestern artist Ken Keirns:
Entitled Social Network, it was part of a solo exhibition of Keirns' artwork, “Deja Vu, Selected works from Ken Keirns”, which recently took place at the Madelife gallery in Boulder, CO.
Hooray, January 21st is Squirrel Appreciation Day!
So let's all put on our Squirrel Masks:
And celebrate this very special day with a squirrel-sized cup of coffee:
Treat your squirrel friends to a nice meal (they have no idea how silly they'll look):
And please give those embarrassingly naked squirrels some underpants so we can stop shielding our eyes at the park:
(Gifs via Kristine R from A Squirrel's Life)
2014 is the Year of the Horse, which makes us even more excited to ring in the new year. Although the Chinese or Lunar New Year doesn't officially begin until January 31st, we'd like celebrate with a little Chap Hop (rapping in a faux-Victorian style) performed by the always awesome Professor Elemental in a video featuring our Creepy Horse Mask:
(If you enjoy this song, try putting on some Fighting Trousers)[link via laughingsquid]