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Ari Glogower has been working tirelessly for the past year, following his successful Kickstarter, to bring to market a product that will change every home and office – The Whale Stapler.
We have covered some pretty neat time keepers, like the Nixie tube clock or the Concrete Clock, but this one is impressive on an entirely different level.
It’s easy to design things on a computer that appear to be three dimensions, like they were cut from paper.
Typically future-cars are portrayed as metallic, colorless and minimal with a spaceship-like presence. Dominic Wilcox has presented a totally different model with bright colors and decoration.
Using digital painting effects, UK-based photographer and graphic designer Alberto Seveso morphed photographs into fleeting swirls that look like ink immersed in water.
Shanghai-based artist Lu Xinjian finds inspiration in his home-city translating his urban environment into complex paintings.
Our culture’s juxtaposing feelings toward war, tragedy and violence are perplexing – we simultaneously fear it and are fascinated by it. Anna Burns in collaboration with Michael Bodiam explore this phenomenon through the lens of nuclear catastrophe.
This series of colorful crafty bugs was made by Belgium-based creative studio Soon using recycled magazine pages.
Who could forget that delightful and obnoxious candy that requires hours (or days if you save it) of commitment to suck through the mysterious layers of color.
Japanese artist Toru Izumida utilizes the screenshot as an artistic tool to stitch together collages from web-based media.
Photographer Jonpaul Douglass has got the Midas touch for his food art series ‘Gold Foodz.’ With a painted coat of gold for that extra touch of class, common household food items like pineapples, bananas, cheese puffs, corn dogs, peppers, french fries, eggs, pizzas and more become royalty.
Dr. Yuki Matsueda’s brilliant 3D paintings display a certain fascination with motion in stillness. The Japanese artist’s sculptures are meticulously coated and molded in PET plastic to give the impression that the objects are escaping from the frames, when in fact they are all fastened in place.
Some artists create an icon and believe in its message so strongly that they make it over and over for years.
Raffaello Ossola is a Swiss painter who is famous for his acrylic paintings of fantastical universes and dreamlike landscapes.
Brooklyn-based Sui Park creates fragile-looking sculptures that appear as sea creatures gently floating above the floor.
These subtle side-by-side images show an individual’s actual portrait compared to what might be their personal ideal image.
It is proven time and time again that DIY inventors rule. The ‘Rubber Band Machine Gun’ we covered previously is pretty rad, but this Paper Airplane Machine Gun is just insane.
Has a photo ever looked so good you wanted to lick the page? Well this is the first time you can. Canadian art student Joel Brochu made an incredibly detailed portrait of a kindly beagle, using nothing more than sprinkles.
Wood carving is an age-old profession. Men would toil for days, maybe months, on a single chair or headboard.
Life on the farm can get kinda predictable, so here is an idea to spice up the daily grind. Gray Malin has released the ‘Dream Series’ featuring sheep dyed crazy bright colors against the beautiful Australian countryside (checkout that rainbow!