Polish designer Pawel Nolbert took on the task of creating ‘sneakercube’, a personal graphic project that visually compresses sneakers into CGI cubes. All of the textures and materials are rendered independently, Nolbert doesn’t sample from the original product photographs. Even though created for play rather than purpose, the…Continue
Added by Danielle on April 30, 2012 at 10:30 — No Comments
For me, drawing in Bic pen is no easy ride, so I have always stuck to the pencil way of life…not that I can draw anyway. But Artist and Photographer Sarah Esteje, uses nothing more than this pen to create her stunning portraits of animals.…Continue
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David Choe recently took to the streets of Denver, to be a part of the Terminal Kings project. As part of the Denver International Airport’s Art & Culture program, Choe as well as DVS-1 and Joseph To, painted three huge 8’ tall 100’ long murals. Bright colours and mini characters made these murals one of a kind. I’m sure seeing them in person would be quite an…Continue
Added by Danielle on April 27, 2012 at 6:00 — No Comments
It just speaks to me, so i wanted to share it with you.
Known as the German Art Duo, Herakut have recently opened their exhibition “After Laughter” at LeBasse Projects in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. Within their collection, they present a fully immersive installation that speaks of pain, sorrow and suffering in a way that can only captivate one, through paintings, drawings, photography as well as series of…Continue
Mixed media, in my books is quite a difficult thing to incorporate, it either captures your attention or it doesn’t, featured here is one aspect of mixed media collages that will grab your attention and keep you interested. UK-based HUSH opened a show of his latest work at the 941Geary in San Francisco within the month of…Continue
Added by Danielle on April 25, 2012 at 6:00 — No Comments
For me this is such a great and simple idea. It’s amazing how people take the most insignificant things and transform it into significance through imagination and creativity. Known as “Post-It-Structures”, these 30,000 luminescent coloured post it notes appear to be germinating like a fungus on a piece of bread. Yo Shimada of Tato…Continue
Throughout the past few months, there have been a huge amount of articles published in the news about sculptures/ installations that use books as building blocks for art that are rather spectacular.
Featuring approximately 5,000 books, this creation by Alicia…Continue
Added by Danielle on April 23, 2012 at 6:00 — No Comments
Going Green has become a huge factor in today’s way of life, from fashion to home appliances and many more. But one thing I have never heard of is taking shipping containers and making them into what you would call an architectural invention.
I have fallen in love! Created for a Thai customer by master craftsman from Emerald Guitars, this vintage/ medieval looking bass guitar has been fashioned after a dragon guitar that the artist created for Wang Leehom. Draco was made to resemble an outstretched dragon in flight with most of the details being focused at the back of the sculpture. The design was born with…Continue
Added by Danielle on April 12, 2012 at 6:00 — No Comments
When USB drives first began, all you really had was the plain, boring device, but now, people have expanded their views, and have started making them more fashionable and…Continue
Added by Danielle on April 11, 2012 at 6:00 — No Comments
In my studies at Greenside Design Centre, we came across many designers and artists who are inspirational and unique in every aspect of their work. But one that stood out the most for me was Salvador Dali. In case you have never heard of him, I will give you a brief background.
Salvador Domènec Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marquis de Púbol (May 11, 1904 – January 23, 1989), known as Salvador Dalí was a prominent Spanish surrealist painter.…Continue
Added by Danielle on April 10, 2012 at 6:00 — No Comments
Somehow my skills of driving…Continue
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Black Caviar Bang X3bBo 48
What better way is there to tell time than having this stunning $1 million Caviar Bang on your wrist? Every glance down brings that feeling of sophistication and that feeling of absolute class! It comes decorated with an 18k white gold case and…Continue
Added by Danielle on April 6, 2012 at 6:00 — No Comments
Today’s post features the tiny printer by…Continue