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Tag: Art

Wacom Inkling Combines Physical Drawings with the Digital World

Wacom Inkling Combines Physical Drawings with the Digital World
I’ve featured devices which let you digitize the images and text you write on paper before, but this new gadget from the master of drawing tablets, Wacom, decidedly improves upon the concept, capturing up to 1024 levels of pressure from drawings done on paper.

Mario Propaganda Posters: Long Live the King! (Koopa)

Mario Propaganda Posters: Long Live the King! (Koopa)
Fro Design Co. made these motivational war posters for Koopa sympathizers. Knowing how Mario’s games always end, these posters must have been as ineffective as they are beautiful.

Winning Solitaire Sculpture is Winning

Winning Solitaire Sculpture is Winning
One of the first games I got hooked to on the PC was Solitaire. Our computer then ran on Windows ’95, with a wonderful CRT monitor that cost more than laptops do these days. I would try to finish the game as quickly as possible, and gaze proudly at the screen when the cards would go berserk and flying all over the screen when I won the game.

Mirror TARDIS Reflects Space and Time

Mirror TARDIS Reflects Space and Time
While most of us think of Doctor Who’s TARDIS as a big, blue police box on the outside, I have to say I rather like this reinterpretation of the time and space travel device using mirrors.

Super Mario (Maria?) Sisters

Super Mario (Maria?) Sisters
DeviantART member/artist/video game surgeon Beth T. aka bluewolf487 gave the heroes of the Mushroom Kingdom a gender swap, and they turned out really great. Good thing she didn’t stick to canon and removed the mustaches.

Star Wars TIE Fighter Pinata: Beat the Candy out of the Imperial Fleet

Star Wars TIE Fighter Pinata: Beat the Candy out of the Imperial Fleet
It’s always fun to swing a stick and hit something. Especially when the reward for such violence is some sweet sugary candy. And hey, we all have a grudge against the Empire right?

Teeny Tiny Origami is Big on Cool

Teeny Tiny Origami is Big on Cool
I am not artsy at all. I can’t draw, I can’t paint, and I am not the sort to make crafts. About as artsy as I get is building something out of LEGO on occasion or making the occasional scale model with my kids.

Maurice Mbikayi’s Keyboard Anatomy

Maurice Mbikayi’s Keyboard Anatomy
Check out these freaky keyboard creations by Maurice Mbikayi. He uses the keyboards to represent various parts of the human form, but I personally like the look of the keyboard skulls the best.

Braincar Splatters its Grey Matter All Over the Road

Braincar Splatters its Grey Matter All Over the Road
Yes, that is a giant brain in the back of the car you see here. The car is called Braincar (surprising right) and was designed by an artist names Olaf Mooij. The artist drives the car around during the day and the little black thing on top of the brain is a camera that records his travels.

French Artists Sew Together 65,000 CDs

French Artists Sew Together 65,000 CDs
When’s the last time you used a CD? I did burn a dual layer DVD recently, but CDs? Can’t remember. However, I do still have a lot of music on CDs. That being said, check out what French artists Clémence Eliard and Elise Morin created with the help of 65,000 CDs.

Giant Lady Sighted Bathing in Hamburg’s Alster Lake

Giant Lady Sighted Bathing in Hamburg’s Alster Lake
A lot of people think that the bigger something is, the better. While I don’t necessarily agree, one thing “big” is definitely good for is grabbing people’s attention. I mean, would you have taken a second look at this Jack Sparrow Statue or Honeycomb Statue if it were only a feet tall?

Catch the Mobile Museum – If You Can

Catch the Mobile Museum – If You Can
I’ve never been a huge fan of museums. They’re places chock full of priceless works of art and pieces, I know, but I’m a huge fan of interaction, and that’s not something you can really do in most cases, otherwise security will come stomping their way to you.

The Blind Camera Shows You Other People’s Photos – Oh, Wait, Did I Say This Was A Camera?

The Blind Camera Shows You Other People’s Photos – Oh, Wait, Did I Say This Was A Camera?
A digital camera is essentially something you use to take photos or record videos. You can also review the images you’ve already taken simply with the flick of a switch or with the push of a button.

Eat Lead and Live to Tell About it With Some Gold Jell-o Bullets

Eat Lead and Live to Tell About it With Some Gold Jell-o Bullets
I’ve always wanted to rage at someone and tell them to eat lead. Okay, so that might just be in my wildest dreams, because I don’t think I can pull something like that off – unless, of course, I actually had these gold Jell-o bullets in my arsenal.

Relatively Portal: If Escher Worked at Aperture

Relatively Portal: If Escher Worked at Aperture
As if turrets and lasers were not troublesome enough, Kasper Filipsen adds multiple gravity wells into the equation in this dizzying M.C. Escher-inspired Portal scene. It’s a stage only GLaDOS could love.

Artist Uses Leaves as a Canvas for Awesome Art

Artist Uses Leaves as a Canvas for Awesome Art
I have seen a lot of art in my time and much of it isn’t that impressive to me. I have seen people use just about everything to make their art. I have never seen anyone use leaves from various trees to make their artworks.