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Putting your face on the map holds an entirely different meaning to artist and illustrator Ed Fairburn.
Sean Yoro, also known as Hula, is usually an artist who paints surfboards. However, he recently created a new mural series called “A’o ’Ana (The Warning)”, which utilizes a pretty different medium: ice.
We have come to expect nothing but originality fused with creativity from Disney. Here’s a look at their new 3D coloring book.
Nicole Larson is a 19-year-old student at the University of Lethbridge. In a fun series of photos posted on Facebook, Larson is making it her goal to prove that other girls her age don’t need to rely on a man. Paired with the caption “I want you.
In a revealing new photo series titled “Removed”, Eric Pickersgill takes a collection of photographs and removes the smartphones and other devices from them.
With the power of living organisms at the helm, MIT’s Media Lab is trying to create responsive and transformable interfaces of the future, by using programming principles to tweak the natural world. Called, “BioLogic”, they are applying the new-found science to fashion by designing clothes that can automatically sprout venting systems based on the wearer’s body temperature and sweat.
In the new book, Ingredients, photographer Dwight Eschliman worked with writer Steve Ettlinger to deconstruct 25 junk food products and source the origins of 75 commonly used additives.
Sam Kaplan is a photographer by trade, but the set-up of his food-based still life shots show that he is also a sculptor. Using food as his palate, Kaplan builds, stacks, and arranges so as to create form, pattern, and shapes.
Gardening does not have to be an outdoor-exclusive activity. Kim Fisher has found a neat way to bring part of it indoors. She has designed elegant vertical planters for decorating indoor living spaces.
40 years ago, Richard Balzer stumbled upon a vintage image projector called a “magic lantern”, and was inspired by its intricacy as an early optical device.
Woodworker Shinobu Kobayashi has popularized a three-way woodworking joint that is an extrapolation of the dovetail.
Jacqueline Poirier, also known as “the crazy plate lady”, is the artist-in-residence at the Toronto Ritz Carlton.
Red Methot, a photographer based in Quebec, has created a captivating series of photos that shows before and after photos of premature babies.
Pavel Vetrov started out working in 3D interior visualization, and later found himself designing furniture and lighting.
The London-based film director Steve Ramsden has created a video mashup of two of our favorite movies about hotels — Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining (1980) and Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014).
Mo Ganji is a German-Iranian tattoo artist who has developed a simplistic style that has a high impact.
Henry Hargreaves, an art and fashion photographer from New Zealand, has created an innovative new beauty and jewelry campaign shot completely using a scanner (yes, the kind you’d likely find in a business office!
A crossover product is bridging the divide between one’s teenage and adult selves. The Longboardstroller by Quinny combines a baby stroller with a skateboard, so that you can take your child to the park without losing your street cred.
Pedro Covo’s new series effectively portrays the sport with neat little details that collectively make up some very expressive images-in-motion.
Halloween’s come and gone, but we’re still amazed by Alexis Noriega’s pneumatic bird wings! Designed for the occasion by The Crooked Feather, an online Etsy shop for all things accessories and costumes, the mechanized wings begin articulating at the simple push of a button.