Pull On This Giant's Uvula (Foghorn Honk Will Sound); An Interactive Art Installation by Nathan Margoni Seeking Kickstarter Funds to Help Transport This Behemoth From New York to West Hollywood's Pacific Design Center

You want me to pull what? You want me to yank on this long dangling thing? Yes, this giant monster sculpture of gargantuan proportions also has a gigantic, pendulous uvula which will honk a marvelous foghorn sound when you...pull on it! Nathan Margoni of Port Chester, New York, and a breakout artist of the year in-the-making received his MFA in sculpture from SUNY Purchase College in 2009, and his BFA in painting from The Cleveland Institute of Art in 2007. He is currently seeking Kickstarter funds to help with the costs associated with transporting his giant creation from New York to West Hollywood's Pacific Design Center in which he will be featured in his first SOLO show. The excitement is building on Kickstarter because he raised his first $1000 so quickly as folks recognize they have a true chance to support a rapidly-rising-star-in-the-making and with a couple of weeks still left for fundraising, Margoni is hoping supporters will continue to donate funds to go toward all the hidden costs of this monsterous task at hand. Anyone at all can donate as little as $10 up to $2000. There are fabulous rewards at each level of support that the artist will send to donors in appreciation. Some of the reward levels include noteworthy gifts such as original Nathan Margoni artwork and...wait for it...wait for it... receiving, "...a handmade string of saliva with chunks of faux 'digested people and things' (hanging hardware included)..." You can learn more about Nathan Margoni through his blog: http://www.nathanmargoni.blogspot.com and by pressing the blue link below the video which will take you to his Kickstarter fund site. Oh, and by the way, for the fabulous would-be-sponsor of the $2000 donation and if you happen to live in the Los Angeles area, the payout from the artist is beyond magical. He will personally bring the art installation to your home...the Giant and his gigantic, cavernous mouth with dangling uvula and modify it as a canopy to fit your bed. Now that's what I call a true "mind-blowing-Head-Board."

3000 Gallon Hot Tub Truck Art Event; Kickstarter Funding In Its Final Hours

Matt Mento is in the final hours of a countdown on Kickstarter hoping to raise the remaining funds needed to go toward the rental of a 26 foot moving van in which he will install a 3000 gallon hot tub for the Lost Horizon Night Market (a 4-hour art event) on March 26, 2011 in New York City. To purchase all the supplies he needs to partake in such an outlandish feat, he needs seed money and that's where Kickstarter comes in. Kickstarter is a new online way to fund and follow creativity. You can read different pitches from all kinds of folks who are seeking funding to help make their dreams come true through Kickstarter's unique program. https://www.kickstarter.com Kickstarter gives a limited amount of time in which participants can raise funds, so Matt is in his final stretch where the clock is ticking away. He has $723 in pledges so far but he must raise the remaining balance of the initial $2000 goal by Monday, March 14, 2011 by 2:52PM PDT or else he won't get a single dime. So the race is on. He already has 28 backers and is seeking additional supporters. You can pledge as little as one dollar. Every penny counts! Please network this article and help Matt Mento's 3000 Gallon Hot Tub Truck art event come true. His video plea is below and to find your way to the Kickstarter page to pledge securely or to simply just learn more about this event, look for the blue link under the video; this will take you directly to the Kickstarter page for Matt Mento.

You Damned Old People and Your Golf Carts Get a Real Car Gramps Oh Some Guy Said Hey This Needs to Be Labeled As Mature I Dont Know Why

Gary is a jewelry designer who is making the best of a box of beads his ex-wife left in the basement and he uses his grown son Kevin as his model; any proceeds from his artful designs goes to supplement his income as a trucker. In his own words (including his unique spelling and punctuation), from his Etsy store information: "my name is gary i started making jewelry cuz my wife left me. she left a whole box of beads in the basement and i didn't know what to do with it i make really good jewelry and if anyone disagrees we are not friends i use my son kevin as a model hes not very good but i cant afford a real one. he complains that the clothes i make him wear are too bright and revealing but he owes me money so whateveri give hijmm a place to stay and no one likes him i know what the people want and he dont because he didnt finish college then he tells me that i didnt either but that doesnt matter i make jewelry im also a trucker but that isnt important to jewelry people come look at my shop and buy my stuff its really pretty thank you love gary. kevin told me to put this in here don't know why im the dad i should tell him what to do but no he gets his attitude from his crappy mom" You can read the rest of it here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/8088Design?ref=seller_info# Be sure to click on the "Etsy" source link below the photo to go to Gary's listing to see his son, Kevin, modeling his latest wearable art jewelry.