Monday, February 28, 2011

Price Yeti

Yeti face paint by K.C. Price

wady yeti Yeti

warm yeti by wady yeti

Um. I kind of want and kind of don't want to know more about this image.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Not Yeti Friday *BONUS* - Cee Lo Green at the 2011 Grammys

Not Yeti Friday - Ratatap Zapper

Ratatap Zapper by Mark A. Facey of Creature Journal, which is supermurgitroid. I recommend his creatures.

Bonbek Yeti

Bonbek Magazine is the new magazine for children aged 5 to 10 that is in both French and English.

Issue 2 has a yeti on the cover!

And features this board game (click this to see bigger) illustrated by Clémentine Derodit:

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Harris Yeti

Snow Yeti by Wayne Harris

It's his submission for Pictoplasma's Missing Link project.

* Previously blogged about his yetis here.

* Previously blogged about Pictoplasma's Missing Link here

Seb / Niark1 Yeti

raheu-argh gla-gla
by Seb / Niark1
Acrylic painting
on "Linen texture" paper 290g.
30x40 cm ( 11 " x 15 " )

Monday, February 14, 2011

Yumpy the Yeti

Look what my ♥official sweetie♥ made for me today as a surprise!

Its name is Yumpy.

She made it right in front of me yesterday, and I had no idea. Hiding it in plain sight...

Then she tweeted it and posted it to a blog this morning ... knowing that it would show up in my feeds during my daily routine trawling for yeti.

♥ So Sweet! ♥

Valentine Yeti

It's Valentine's Day, and that means LOVE.

Even the title of this blog has the word in it.










Friday, February 11, 2011

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Brussels Mural!

This mural in Brussels shows that it's the yeti that's escaped.

Geiger Yeti

Monsier Yeti by Mike Geiger

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Scooby Doo Yeti

Oh man! The British get everything.

Here in the States if you go into a McDonalds right now and order a happy meal, you get a toy truck or a pink pony. But across the pond, you get a yeti!


The theme of the UK happy meal is Scooby Doo and the Hunt for the Abominable Snowman.

And as near as I can tell, it's not promoting anything specific like a movie or a tv special. Some nice conscientious Brit just wanted the kids to have a yeti toy.

How fortune smiles on you, lucky British people.

Oh! I almost forgot. If you lift the head off the yeti, guess who's underneath?


And he would have gotten away with it too...

Give it Your Divine, Gleeful Attention

I recommend reading Behold, A Furry Blond Lobster by Mark Morford. Here's a passage:

If you are right now looking at this picture of the gorgeous and odd little Kiwa hirsuta crustacean and you don't feel a thing and your sense of wonder isn't poking at your soul to pay attention, and instead you're merely shrugging it all off in some über-jaded state of tepid I-don't-give-a-damn numbness, well, it might be time to put down the opium and seek some help, no?

Big deal? Maybe not. But then again, maybe. Maybe it's something to which you should pay some divine, gleeful attention.

Painting by Sarah Rose Adler

Just look. Kiwa hirsuta is just a little bit mesmerizing, strange, stirs up something deep and potent. An eyeless, albino, crablike animal, sublime and magical and perfect in its alien weirdness, about six inches long with forearms sticking straight out of its torso and extending twice the length of its body, with those forearms and its legs all covered in a silky blond fur, like something straight out of a medieval bestiary, a Sendak book, a Castaneda shaman's peyote dream.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Yetis and Coke


This commercial aired during the Super Bowl.

Apparently, in a fantasy world, there is a community of yeti that wear clothing. They have Coke. And they use it very effectively for defense.

Thanks, Valanga!

Elisa Yeti

Yeti by Shena Elisa aka ~tentaspyjacksonz on deviantART

Monday, February 7, 2011