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Just incase it was not clear before, THIS is a bus stop. This humourously overt stop is constructed of three 14 foot letters spelling out the word “BUS.” It lives in Baltimore, Maryland and was conceptualized by the Spain-based artist collective “mmmm…,” a collaboration between Emilio Alarcón, Alberto Alarcón, Ciro Márquez and Eva Salmerón.
Andrew Bromberg of architecture firm Aedas has designed the new headquarters of Lucasfilm in Singapore to look like a Sandcrawler from the original Star Wars movies.
Yarn bombing is a glorious rebellious act combining the seemingly contacting cultures of craft and street art.
Always wear sunscreen, folks. If you are the type of person who can’t be bothered to put on sunscreen, here is a little video that should change your mind.
It’s the shape of Marge’s hair that did it. The tall blue coif that looms above the character’s head was surely the trigger for Moscow artist, Constantin Bolimond’s wine bottle design.
At first, looking at this series of photos by Dimitra Williams gave me a horrifying vision of my life if had chosen to be a dentist.
Whenever a new technology or tool infiltrates mainstream culture there is an evolution in the way we think, communicate, or behave.
Nobumichi Asai is a projection mapping machine. In the past the artist has projected moving and altering images onto things like cars, docks and buildings and now has a new subject.
Before commencing a 6-day fermentation process for their ‘Bigfoot Barleywine Style Ale,’ Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. set up a camera.
Surely, you’ve heard the sad news of Robin Williams’ tragic death. The news immediately broke into the hearts and minds of fans, friends, family and artists who collaborated with Williams, with unthinkable grief.
GIFs are addicting nuggets of Internet content, but it turns out they can be educational as well. These 5 animations made by Cameron Drake show typical x-rays of various human bones and joints in motion.
It is difficult to understand when looking up at the night sky that the star-scene we see is constantly in motion.
You are looking at a massive turtle composed of metal scrap junk by Indonesian artist Ono Gaf. He has used small found industrial scraps to compose this larger than life, and surprisingly realistic, animal.
Body painter Trina Merry has made a few people invisible in a city with more than 8 million bodies. The artist has models pose in front of New York City scenes and then goes through a painstaking painting process, replicating the background on their bare skin.
In a process similar to traditional photo processing Lia Giraud has figured out a way to culture microscopic algae into incredible photographs.
Every once and awhile I like to give an artist a bump. This week that artist is truly deserving of it.
Best I can figure, Grace Ciao has simply become one with her influences. She literally glue-sticks them on the page!
Wire sculptures are all the eye-candy these days and UK sculptor Robin Wight has quite a knack for creating fantasy-themed works of wonder.
I’m something of a photography buff. As a matter of fact, at some point it’s how I made my living. So when I saw these photographs by artist Takashi Kitajima I just had to know how he did it.
The selfie phenomenon might go down in history as an icon of the 21st century. It is its firm roots in modern smartphone culture that makes seeing them in historical situations totally awkward.