These tiny robots, created by Jenn and Tony Bot, may look edible, but believe you me, they are not. I found that out the hard way.
At first glance, you probably can’t figure out what these insect and animal sculptures are made of. Believe it or not, they’re constructed out of things you can probably find at your neighborhood flea market.
Can’t afford one of those fancy, expensive SLR cameras? Then why not make one out of cardboard? American artist Kiel Johnson did just that, and his final creations look amazing. Johnson used his background as a painter and sculptor to take simple cardboard pieces and turn them into something extraordinary.
That pain. The deep, piercing pain that only surfaces when you’ve been stricken with the worst curse known to human civilization. Rising Youtube sensation Buck Redbuck brilliantly displays the horror of this curse in excruciatingly lurid detail. [Read more...]
French artist Guillaume Reymond has had a lot of success with his former projects. For instance, the video performance “GAME OVER” had over 12 million viewers around the world, and the video film “Human Tetris” saw great success. He won the 2007 You Tube Video Award for that film. Now he is involved with a new project called TRANSFORMERS, where he parks several cars, buses or trucks in a special pattern so it looks like the enormous Transformers robots (like the movie, the toys, the cartoon, etc.) when viewed from above. On one of the “robots” he even used people in different colored shirts to create the shape.