The (Art) Net: Best of Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Beyond

This week in the social sphere, we spotted some incredible subway photography, a big red balloon rabbit, and creepy crawlies courtesy of Ai Weiwei that we now wish we could un-see. Take a look for yourself—but don't say we didn't warn you:

Marina Abromovic at a colorful celebration at the New Museum.

The lovely Marina Abromovic at a colorful celebration at the New Museum.

Mother Nature may not be ready for Spring, but at least the High Line is.

Mother Nature may not be ready for spring, but at least the High Line is.

Are they on us? We feel like they're on us...

Are they on us? We feel like they're on us. Eek.

We have to wonder if the Met would like to take this back in light of recent events.

We wonder if the Met would like to reconsider this invitation in light of recent events.

A train in motion courtesy of our new favorite photographer, Sam Horine.

A subway in motion courtesy of photographer Sam Horine.

Models fighting a giant stuffed animal in a Latvian forest? Sure, why not.

Models fighting a giant stuffed animal in a Latvian forest? Sure, why not.

We're not entirely sure what this is, but we cannot wait to find out.

We're not entirely sure what this is, but we cannot wait to find out.

The biggest, shiniest rabbit in the world.

The biggest, shiniest (and ultimately the least cuddly) rabbit in the world.

That's a big pill to swallow (har har).

That's a big pill to swallow (har har).

We certainly hope the man on the upper right is correct, or we're out of a job.

We certainly hope the man on the upper right is correct, or we're out of a job.