Creative Security Guard Du Jinqian Shows off his Sculpting Skills

Creative security guard Du Jinqian shows off his sculpting skills by taking advantage of heavy snow in Hangzhou, China. He took a break from his duties to build rows and rows of snow birds and a snow duck along the steps of the bank. His creations had what appeared to be bits of fruit to create eyes, beaks and pink coloring for their breasts. Passers-by crowded round to watch Du Jinqian and his remarkable hidden talent. [...]

Ink Dot Drawings by Miguel Endara

Artist Miguel Endara gave a new dimension to stipple art, draws a magnificent portrait of his father using about 3.2 million ink dots. With only one pen, Miguel Endara completed that fascinating piece of great work within 210 hours and posted the video on Vimeo. [...]

Guy Laramee Delicately Cuts Caverns Through the Centers of Books

Guy Laramee delicately cuts caverns through the centers of books.  He carves the pages away to reveal caves that seem to be ready to be explored.  His work explores the insides of books in a very literal way.  Indeed, Laramee’s sculptures in way recall the plot of a classic: Journey to the Center of the Earth.  And, in fact, Laramee mentions this book in his statement on the series. [...]

Marie Antoinette – What Do You Think Her Helicopter Would Look Like?

If Marie Antoinette was alive today, what do you think her helicopter would look like? Seriously, think about it for a minute. It would be the girliest thing you ever did see.A question you never thought would ever cross your mind – if Marie Antoinette had a helicopter, would it look like your regular run-of-the-mill helicopter or would it me something extraordinary, much like Marie herself? Yea, you have officially been stumped. [...]

Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz

When art meets mathematics, it can gives some quite amazing projects. Enters these anamorphic sculptures ! Conceived by London artist Jonty Hurwitz, these sculpture look pretty much like nothing you can imagine. But when you look at them through the reflection of a cylinder, you discover great pieces of art forming hands, objects and animals. [...]

Incredible Tools And Machines Powered With Your Mouth

London based artist  and designer Guo Cheng’s “Mouth Factory” is a series of functional machines specifically designed to be operated by the mouth of the user, Which includes Chewing drill, teeth lathe, tongue extruder, blowing rotomolding machine and vacuum form machines. The project explores the capabilities and versatility of this wondrous organ and correlating facial expressions, re-contextualised within the realm of production. As a comment on human enhancement, the project aims to explore the aesthetic of production through a series of performative devices. By focusing on the mouth, the production devices acquire a fantastic quality that amplifies and render visible the reciprocal relationship and effects between our body and our tools. [...]

Moments of Thaw – Animal Sculptures by Tasha Lewis

There is a certain joyous playfulness in the sculptures of artist Tasha Lewis, who is currently exhibiting her latest works in her solo show, “Moments of Thaw,” at the Harrison Center in Indianapolis. Though her sculptures look like taxidermied animals at first glance, each piece is actually crafted out of paper, tape and recycled materials, which are held together by powerful magnets. [...]

Interesting Chair Parbolica Created by Designer Stefan Heiliger

Let us show you interesting chair Parbolica created by designer Stefan Heiliger. “The powerful shape of this “reddot” winner makes the swivel armchair a fantastic object in your living room, which you round off with the covering combination of your choice. The inverted dish-shaped foot is finished in brushed aluminum. With its asymmetric shape, Parabolica offers the user three different moments: reclined and relaxed, sitting “normally” or working with the armrest as a worktop. The multiple award-winning Parabolica has various covering options available for outside, edging and inside. ” Take a look! [...]

Bicycle Made Out of Cardboard and Recycled Car Tires

Israeli engineer and systems developer Izhar Gafni has designed an innovative bicycle made out of cardboard and recycled car tires. Each bicycle costs only 9 dollars to produce.“The idea is like Japanese origami,” he says in the movie. “You fold it once and then it doesn’t become twice the strength, it’s almost three times the strength. So I took it from there and did the same thing with cardboard.” [...]