Finn and Jake’s tree fort on Adventure Time is awesome, but we never get to see much of it in the show. Thankfully, artist Max Degtyarev has created a very cool cutaway illustration of their tree home with tons of detail.
If there is one thing that I have learned, it is that imaging neural networks can produce some creepy results. But sometimes the results can be beautiful too. Chris Rodley used a deep learning algorithm to merge a book of dinosaurs with a book of flower paintings.
We’ve seen some very weird and disturbing images created by AI before. Google AI developer Mike Tyka works on his own AI projects in his spare time. This project has something that the Google DeepDream AI lacks – the ability to create original faces.
I don’t like sushi. I once was tricked into eating some, and I thought it was really gross. I was starving after walking 187 miles during CES one year, and was invited to dinner, along with the promise of steak.
Hanging pictures is a huge pain in the rear. I never seem to get them level or centered in the spot where I want them. This results in lots of holes in my walls. The Absolut Hangsmart is a new picture hanger that aims to make it easy to mount your pictures and art on the wall and get it perfectly level every time.
Easter has come and gone and while celebrating with eggs and candy, you might have missed these awesome eggs painted by artist Barak Hardley. He spent over 150 hours painting them all up with images of celebrities and pop culture icons.
Split Brain Robotics is an interactive art project by San Francisco artist Kal Spelletich, in which a pair of custom-built robots are able to plug into the left and right brain waves of audience participants. It is pretty wild to watch.
Do you love classic arcade games, but don’t have the room (or the cash) for an arcade cabinet in your living room? These fantastic pieces of arcade-inspired wall art are the next best thing.
Each one of Glitch Arwork’s 3D shadow boxes uses a combination of authentic arcade graphics, along with some artistic license to make the scenes more dynamic and for the sake of composition.
This may be the most perfect pile of poo ever created. It’s made from gold, so it won’t come back up after you flush. Technically it’s a geometrically correct turd as well. The geometry of this poop sculpture is based on the combination of an Archimedean spiral and the Golden Ratio/phi in triangles.
My daughter was given some origami books to make boats and such last year for Christmas. Three folds in, I gave up. I can’t imagine the frustration that making this awesome Godzilla origami would create in my household.
Vintage matchbook art has a unique style all its own, but as cool as it is, we all know that it is lacking something. It needs more monsters! That’s why Austin, Texas illustrator Chet Phillips has created a special series of matchbox art.
Artist Agelio Batle has created an interesting installation called Ash Dancer. The project isn’t literally made from ashes, it’s a life-size skeleton replica that was made using graphite. Essentially it’s a giant pencil in the shape of a skeleton that lies on a vibrating table.
The worlds of Garfield and Pokémon collide in “Garfémon”, a cool art project by Chicago artist Shawn Bowers, who surely is a fan of both.
Bowers has illustrated all 151 first generation Pokémon characters as Garfield the cartoon cat.
Every so often we come across something truly horrifying, like this series of illustrations from the twisted mind of artist Disse86. Seriously, we’re talking twisted like a pretzel. No, twisted like a factory full of pretzels all tangled together.