Please click here to see 20 album covers recreated in LEGO.
The Post-it note, invented by Spencer Silver and Arthur Fry is a piece of small stationary with a re-adherable strip of adhesive on the back. This widely popular product is often used for temporarily attaching notes to documents, computer displays, and so forth. However, for some, these “sticky notes” have other more creative uses. HereContinue reading “Post-it Note Art”
Suspect and Fugitive is a year long project where the artist, Rakkadeer created an item a day out of suspect (questionable) and fugitive (non archival) materials. Below are images of Bill Cosby made of pudding, Jack Nicholson made of pepper and Mr. Rogers made of ginger.
Artist David Mach used 50,000 matchsticks to make this bust of Elvis.
Dave Eggers‘ Time Travel Mart in LA just released a fantastic poster set that takes on the look and feel of old Pan Am travel ads to hype several of the historical eras we’ll all be hitting in our future DeLoreans—Pangaea to run with the dinos, Tokyo 2.0 where binary is the official language, andContinue reading “Vintage Looking Time Travel Posters For A Good Cause”
Please click here to see 20 examples of “Geek Art”.
Scott Van Den Plas took corrective measures and posted this clever sign by this fallen wall.
Jeff Burnette from Joe Blow Glassworks in Vancouver, Canada likes to create hand blown colored glass ray gun concepts. These are blown and manipulated hot glass objects. A transparent color is picked up on the pipe, and then clear glass is gathered on top. The piece is then blown out and shaped to the desired form.Continue reading “Ray Guns from Hand Blown Glass”
He is perhaps the most famous, or infamous, artist alive. To some a genius, to others a vandal. Always controversial, he inspires admiration and provokes outrage in equal measure. Since Banksy made his name with his trademark stencil-style ‘guerrilla’ art in public spaces – on walls in London, Brighton, Bristol and even on the WestContinue reading “Graffiti Artist Banksy Unmasked?”
One particularly stunning highlight from the 125 exhibits packed into the newly-renovated BMW Welt in Munich is a mechatronic installation by ART+COM, the Berlin-based interactive media company. The project uses 714 metal balls that are individually suspended one barely visible strings, creating an seemingly weightless, amorphous mass. Each ball lowers and retracts independently, which allowsContinue reading “BMW Kinetic Sculpture”