Mixed Arts
Nick Gentry, floppy disk paintings

Nick Gentry, floppy disk paintings

Nick Gentry is a British artist from London. Much of his artistic output has been generated with the use of contributed artefacts and materials. He states that through this process “contributor, artist and viewer come closer together”. His art is influenced by the development of consumerism, technology and cyberculture in society, with a distinctive focus...
Bat Halloween costume

Bat Halloween costume

An amazing idea inspired by Evilmadscientist about how to make a bat Halloween costume with stuff from around the house. You will need: - black umbrella - a black hoodie - needle and thread - pins - pliers - scissors - cutting plier See more at AllDayChic
Lego Family Costume

Lego Family Costume

“Our family loves Legos, so we decided to create Lego person costumes this Halloween. Each person in our family chose a Lego figure to fit our personality/interests, and we headed to Lowe’s for concrete form tubes, styrofoam, lots and lots of masking tape, spray paint, and Sharpie markers!” See more at Costume Works Via: ufunk.net...
Amazing banana sculptures by Keisuke Yamada

Amazing banana sculptures by Keisuke Yamada

Amazing banana sculptures just in time for Halloween. Real bananas are transformed into three-dimensional faces, sharks, and famous characters. Via: s7eep.com Keisuke Yamada: twitter
Watermelon slices that burn bright

Watermelon slices that burn bright

From the company LessCandles comes these cone-shaped candles that are hand painted with special wax to look like actual watermelon slices! Of course, the only thing that could make these even more believable would be if they actually smelled like watermelon, too. Materials: Special dyes, Cotton wicks, Food grade paraffin wax Via: mymodernmet.com LessCandles on...
Fuggler – Creepy plushies with (too) realistic teeth

Fuggler – Creepy plushies with (too) realistic teeth

Each one of Mrs McGettrick’s Fugglers is machine/hand sown, and unique. Although the same template may be used again, the fabric, buttons, stitching and fake teeth will vary wildly. See more at ufunk.net Mrs McGettrick: etsy.com
Flying Book Concept

Flying Book Concept

Already at the origin of the book “Rolling Words” which rolled and smoked for Snoop Dogg, creative director Paulo Coelho imagined for Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer this brochure levitating above a base adapted for the occasion. Having the idea of ​​placing a magnet on the back cover, this creation is to discover in video in...
Grey Garden, a new fragrance, project by Stephanie Simek

Grey Garden, a new fragrance, project by Stephanie Simek

Pressed blooms float inside this floral infusion complimented by a citrusy hint of bergamot. This perfume is made from premium grade rose absolute and fine quality plant-based essential oils; it contains no alcohol or chemicals. A sizable 60 milliliters, a little over 2 ounces. For a limited time, Grey Garden will come with a complimentary...
Elaborate NY LEGO Exhibit inspired by Famous Masterpieces

Elaborate NY LEGO Exhibit inspired by Famous Masterpieces

Sawaya’s reinterpretations are composed of thousands of LEGOs that he glues together, piece by piece: the Mona Lisa includes 4,573 bricks, Rodin’s Thinker has 4,332 pieces; and most grand of all, a large-scale dinosaur consisting of 80,020 pieces stretches across the middle of the room. Another prominent piece is Whistler’s Mother, a three dimensional interpretation...
Eatzybitzy – The creative Food Art by Samantha Lee

Eatzybitzy – The creative Food Art by Samantha Lee

Samantha Lee aka Eatzybitzy offer us some amazing and mouth-watering creative food art. Mom of two little girls, Eatzybitzy creates awesome meals using all kinds of food to create culinary illustrations. A clever way to inspire her children to eat their vegetables! Via: ufunk.net Lee Samantha: website / instagram
Ida Frosk: The Art Toast Project

Ida Frosk: The Art Toast Project

Culinary artist Ida Frosk depicts the works of cultural icons on pieces of toast. She eats her creations after photographing them and said she “particulary enjoyed” the taste of Monet. Ida Frosk: website Via: designobserver.com
No Curves - Tape Art and Design

No Curves – Tape Art and Design

Known for his unique and geometric style, characterized by the total absence of curves and roundness, NO CURVES realizes his artworks exclusively with adhesive tape. No Curves’ minimalist style involves an innovative technique in which he carefully slices strips of tape and layers the colors together until images emerge from the intersection of lines. He...

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