Passing by these amazing 3D paintings will make you almost believe that there are real people standing by the wall. The paintings are made in such a way that you would probably try to touch the girl that’s leaning on the wall or maybe the old lady that’s resting, because they seem so realistic. The most surprising thing is that the artist is only using his bare hands and painting to make such tremendous art happen.
Archives for August 2009
Wood and carbon is a new great combination of materials that gives the strength that wood cannot give by itself. This “wood bike” known as Gary’s Carbonwood Bicycle is a proof of the material combination’s strong structure. It was featured for the first time during the Sydney Design Festival 2009.
A bird that will make you smile is this Crested Auklet, a small seabird of the family Alcidae. The bird’s orange beak ends in a bright “smile”, and the fluffy “bang” on the forehead completes its funny look. The Crested Auklet nests in huge colonies in the Bering Sea and Sea of Okhotsk.
Since childhood, Junior Fritz Jacquet is fascinated by the paper. He explores and experiments with different techniques of folding and crumpling to create new forms and poetic objects that decorate his life.
The designers of this bar have certainly been very creative in a strange way. Just thinking about having lunch or just a cup of coffee at this place makes you restless and weird, almost as if you were hypnotized. [Read more…]