Dirk Dzimirsky drew this. This is a drawing.
My family dead (2009) - Wood, rocks and clay. Second Edition. Ushuaia, Argentina.
Argentinean sculptor Adrián Villar Rojas creates enormous sculptural works that seem like remnants of a science fiction movie set, or bizarre moments from a surreal dream. | via:
This is awesome! Guacamole…sort of.
These recycled camera lens cuff bracelets are one of a kind and were discovered by Craig Arnold. He is a photographer who broke his lens and started designing a unique kind of jewelry line. If you like these check out the silicone Lens Bracelet made by Adam Elmakias.
Glass Skulls by artist Andres Basurto made of broken bottles and epoxy putty. Antena Estudio, of Mexico City, was one of the galleries showing at Impluse – a subsection of Pulse NYC hosting work less than two years old.
Photography by Jacob Breinholt for Curated.
Dietrich Wegner creates very dreamlike sculptures that you might think came out of a storybook or cartoon. These mushroom cloud looking installations were presented at the Pulse Art Fair. Made out of poly-fil, steel, rope, and wood.
Solidarités International et BDDP Unlimited veulent faire couler de l'encre from BDDP Unlimited on Vimeo.
To mark World Water Day, on March 22nd Solidarités International and its agency BDDP Unlimited will roll out a campaign to build awareness of the scourge of undrinkable water.
Today, it is estimated that 3.6 million people, including 1.5 million children under the age of 5, die every year of diseases borne by undrinkable water, making it the world’s leading cause of death.
Yet the public isn’t aware of it and political leaders do not demonstrate the drive it takes to end the terrible deaths. The campaign calls on journalists to spread awareness of this scourge and appeal to readers to sign a petition that will be personally handed to the French president during the 6th World Water Forum in March 2012. To evoke the silent and invisible threat of unhealthy water, BDDP Unlimited opted for a minimalist approach that is both visually appealing and surprising, using water and ink exclusively. The spot shows the power of ink to reveal the invisible.
The spot, created by BDDP Unlimited, produced by Hush and directed by Clément Beauvais, a young director, illustrator, musician and photographer. His multiple talents and mastery of various techniques enabled him to both create the drawings and direct the spot. The campaign will be seen from mid-March on TV, in cinemas, on the Internet and in print. A dedicated web site, votregouttedeau.org, will gather signatures for the petition.
flip flop art!
A group of students in Sao Paulo, Brazil, recently constructed a giant monkey out of thousands of flip-flops! Designed for the Pixelshow 2010 this fun sculpture currently lies innocently in a local park ready to amuse and entertain passersby on their daily strolls. And if you’re concerned about the final destination of all this colorful footwear, don’t worry – it’s almost summertime in São Paolo, and plenty of people are ready to trade in their boots for something more breathable.
Via Blue Ant Studio
Created for a car enthusiast client, and designed by Kevin Champeny, this wall display is made up of 4,400 actual Hot Wheels. It took six months to source all the cars, and the display took four months to build.
HOT WHEELS is a registered trademark of MATTEL, Inc.
This sweet chandelier is made of approximately 5,000 hand-strung acrylic gummi bears.
By Kevin Champeny.
Jean-Luc Cornec’s Sheep Sculptures from the Museum of Telecommunication in Frankfurt.