Aug 29, 2011
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IDK why, but this is sort of disturbing…..
Oh god– this is worse than specimens in jars!
Someone has WAYYYY too much time on their hands….
20 minutes? :)
This is oddly creepy and confusing…why does this need to happen? Are children all over the world watching in horror as their stuffed animals deteriorate in front of their eyes?
I agree. This is very disturbing. What is the point exactly?
i spent all weekend perusing http://www.foodinjars.com/ so this made me lol
Deeply, deeply disturbing.
I’m pretty sure if I showed this picture to my wife she’d start crying.
Bahaha! You said “perusing”!…
Not the Panda! :(
Wow, and I thought it was really awesome and was wondering if I could find jars big enough for Build-a-Bears. Maybe there really is something wrong with me after all…..
I agree. I thought it was kinda fun and would look really cool in my son’s bedroom!
Hmm, I don’t know why it would seem disturbing. To me disturbing was seeing dead babies in Jars in the Smithsonian.
What would make for a better second half to this story….If a note was placed in the jar and the jar was wax sealed then dropped in the ocean. How cool would that be to see where it traveled to (similar to the old balloon releases or Flat Stanley)…I’d try it – if we lived closer to the ocean :-)
I think it is awesome, except that they are in a liquid, thats gonna riun the bears for sure. I would so put them all in jars though, it looks really cool :) I would just skip the liquid. I wonder if it is really fermaldahide that they are in? I would have to find some way to fake the liquid, like some epoxy all dried in there first :)
the lion in the top right does NOT look happy about this.
Kermit’s silent scream, his moment of terror frozen in time, is the most disturbing to me.
lol Everyone seems to think that this is creepy or something, but I like it. Cute idea.
Honestly, I think this is genius! And completely hilarious! :)
Kinda Gary Larson-esque. I like it.
All you people are dumb. It’s brilliantly creative. Why not do this?
I have to agree with Toby entirely.
This is an excellent solution for people with severe allergies. Those pepple are told they must throw all this sort of stuff away!
Thanks for the smile–love it.
This is brilliant art! I would never have expected it to be so gruesome, but it is, which means it manages to tap into all sorts of cultural unconscious expectations. Magnificent.
I would love to see a broken jar on the shelf with a trail of goo and tiny footprints…and all the other animals looking in that direction.
Love that idea!
But …. Kermit isn’t a stuffed animal …. is he?
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