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It’s true that these look like photoshop mock-ups or spoof posters. But the posters below are legitimate promotional posters put out by NASA’s Space Flight Awareness group.
Artist Wei Li is making luggage specialized for those of us who need to carry around… bodies. This brilliant series of suitcases uses the forms of real figures to shape the outside.
Julien Rivoire is the founder of Bastard Graphics, a Lyon-based design studio that specializes in art direction, illustration, and animation.
McKean Studio has created six Mini City scenes of Palm Springs and New York City, available for sale.
In a fantastic bit of creativity, the short film below bridges 2D with 3D in an imagined reality where LEGO bricks can be painted into being.
3D Letters have never looked better floating on a flat piece of paper…wait, what? Turkish calligrapher Tolga Girgin has been coming out with some eye-popping 3D calligraphy and bending minds of unsuspecting Instagram users at the same time.
It is time to take a break from work to stimulate your imagination. ‘A Way to Go’ is a surreal interactive online experience that allows you to run around a forest behind a frantic cartoon man.
If you’re a fan of wax-themed horror flicks like the House of Wax series, these creepy scented candles are for you.
In response to a request for support from Victoria’s Phillip Island Penguin Foundation, many tiny sweaters have been knit by volunteers.
It was only a matter of time. First you can add your face to toast, and now you can put your favorite selfie on your pancakes.
For the music video of French act Siska’s single ‘Unconditional Rebel,’ director Guillaume Panariello decided to embark on “the shortest shooting ever.” The technically impressive video was filmed in one single shot of only five seconds.
This new video by Cut is an enlightening look into the past 100 Years of Hair and Makeup in Iran. In just one minute, the movie brilliantly demonstrates the evolution beginning with 1910 all the way through present day.
This talented artist is creating powerful sculptures of terrifying animals using materials you could find at your local hardware store.
For the French interior design trade show Maison et Objet, Oki Sato, head designer of Japanese design studio Nendo, was commissioned to design a unique set of chocolates.
Pseudonymous photographer Seph Lawless has made a name for himself shooting America’s abandoned places.
LA-based photographer Blake Little decided to make honey the focus of his astonishing photo series called ‘Preservation.’ Nude or barely-dressed models in a wide variety of ages and body shapes were completely covered in honey to let the sticky and shiny substance drip its way into graceful compositions.
Philadelphia-based artist/photographer Adam Wallacavage has a fascination with octopuses and chandeliers, and he managed to mash up both interests in these magnificently kitschy… octopus chandeliers.
Chinese art director/photographer Cheuk Lun Lo finds beauty in an unlikely subject: heads of hair covered in white shampoo foam.
Russian artist Yuri Shwedoff’s fixation on post-apocalyptic dreamscapes results in devastatingly beautiful space-themed paintings.
We have seen light painting before, but none quite like the work of Darren Pearson. The photographer pays attention to every detail of the image, not getting lost in the excitement of the technique.