It looks like a bike lane, only narrower. Check out these BBC pictures of nightmarishly bad design, and try to imagine a car lane being treated the same way. (Hat tip to Cyburbia.) Any examples from your commute?
Paper castles and more from Danish artist Peter Callesen, who writes, "I find the materialization of a flat piece of paper into a 3D form as an almost magic process." (Hat tip: Mental Floss.)
Woolly math by Pat Ashforth and Steve Plummer, who describe themselves as "designers of mathematical knitwear." The pattern illustrated is supposed to represent four dogs chasing each other around a square field: "The path created by each dog is an equi-angular spiral." It's a bit clearer here. No word on whether sleeping on this cushion would make you dizzy.
It looks like a president, only smaller. It appears you can actually buy a GWB doll from toypresidents.com. They seem to be playing it straight, but Bring It On! isn't, offering a selection of humorous non-purchasables, including Mad magazine's "GI Joke" from 2003.