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Tag: Art

Test Your Child’s Bravery With the Monster Stroller

Test Your Child’s Bravery With the Monster Stroller
You probably know by now that young Spartans proved their worth by being beaten up senseless and killing – or being killed by – comically large wolves. We modern men are not as barbaric; we’re content with having our babies ride cyclops-head strollers.

Glittering Mechanical Animals for Neo-Victorians

Glittering Mechanical Animals for Neo-Victorians
It’s hard to describe Andrew Chase’s mechanical animal sculptures without gushing all over the screen. From the sparkling eyes to the elegant gears to the thin, overlapping plates, each individual piece is more breathtaking than the one before.

Motifo Fridge Magnets: Pop Art in Pixels

Motifo Fridge Magnets: Pop Art in Pixels
Why just put a couple of magnets on the front of your refrigerator when you can cover the entire thing with ’em? These mosaic magnets from Australia’s Motifo let you build complicated pixel art creations all over the front of your fridge.

Bottle Cap Mario and Pac-Man Art Pop Onto Etsy

Bottle Cap Mario and Pac-Man Art Pop Onto Etsy
I really love these whimsical folk art renditions of classic video game characters, handmade from bottle caps. Etsy artist BottleCapArt turns discarded beer bottle caps into pixel art. Each creation is handmade from bottlecaps, paint, pine, and tons of hot glue.

Film & Cassette Tape Portraits by Iri5 Are for Sale, and Yes, They’Re Expensive.

Film & Cassette Tape Portraits by Iri5 Are for Sale, and Yes, They’Re Expensive.
Reader Alex commented on our call for surveyees (take the survey! there’s a prize!) that the stuff we usually feature are cool (of course they are :D) but mostly expensive. Alex, if you’re reading this, I’m sorry but this is another one of those cool-but-expensive stuffs.

Super Mario’S Brothers and Clones: 45 Takes on Mario (and Luigi)

Super Mario’S Brothers and Clones: 45 Takes on Mario (and Luigi)
The Design Inspiration cobbled together 45 artworks depicting the ever-popular Mario and his brother Luigi. All of them are pretty fun to look at: Some of them took the pair back to their earlier looks, others channeled cartoons, while some, like Anthony Jones, decided to go with a more mature style.

Klingon Cradle for Badass Babies

Klingon Cradle for Badass Babies
I’m not a particularly huge Star Trek fan–not the dressing-up kind, just the appreciating, occasionally-watching kind–but even I have to say that this is probably the most awesome crib in the history of cribs. If Cribs was about cribs instead of cribs, this would have its own show, even though it’s a cradle.

Gundam Statue is Alive!!! *Cries*

Gundam Statue is Alive!!! *Cries*
The RX-78 Gundam statue is aliiiiiive! Okay not really but it’s still awesome. It looks like a chunkier Exia. Of course it does. They’re both Gundams. Giant Robot Statue is making me stupid. And its head moves too!

Projects Iridium Watch: a Colorful Way of Telling the Time

Projects Iridium Watch: a Colorful Way of Telling the Time
Projects Watches are known for selling fashionable, quirky and overall just well-designed watches at prices that people can actually afford. Fortunately, their new IRIDIUM watch is no different – it’s a fun and affordable watch. Designed by Daniel Will-Harris, the idea behind the IRIDIUM watch is simple: Instead of using watch hands to tell the time, IRIDIUM uses colors.

Romain Jerome Steampunk Watch With “Titanic Dna”: Rust is the New Diamond

Romain Jerome Steampunk Watch With “Titanic Dna”: Rust is the New Diamond
Luxury watch makers Romain Jerome have an array of limited edition timepieces that possesses what they call “Titanic DNA.” The term refers to the fact that the watches have bezels made from “authentic steel from the wreck [of the Titanic] lying 3,840 meters under the sea, and steel supplied by the Harland & Wolff shipyards in Belfast, where the Titanic was built almost a century ago.”

World’S Biggest and Best Tetris Game is Also Sadly Fake

World’S Biggest and Best Tetris Game is Also Sadly Fake
Swedish artist Erik Johansson has both delighted and disappointed me today. His digital art and image manipulation is top notch, and anything influenced by Tetris is of course awesome. But as great as this piece is, it’s terribly sad, because I cannot play giant Tetris.

Fossils From the Future: Gadget Edition

Fossils From the Future: Gadget Edition
What will future societies think of us when they excavate bits of iPods and N64 controllers? (That we had damn fine taste, that’s what!) Though we can never know, you can get a glimpse of the future of current tech thanks to one artist creating fake fossils from for (from?)

These Keyboards Won’T Strain Your Wrists: Computer Keyboard Chair

These Keyboards Won’T Strain Your Wrists: Computer Keyboard Chair
We featured a chair made of recycled CDs a while back; I’m pretty sure that chair will carve markings on your ass after just ten minutes of sitting. I’d rather sit on this computer keyboard armchair.

Pinky the Ghost Pixel Art Mosaic Made From 3.5-Inch Floppy Disks [Pac-Man]

Pinky the Ghost Pixel Art Mosaic Made From 3.5-Inch Floppy Disks [Pac-Man]
Got 256 old 3.5-inch floppy disks lying around the house? I can’t think of a better use for a bunch of floppies but to make a giant 16×16 pixel art Pinky ghost mosaic out of them.

Bet You Can’T Do This With Blu-ray: Awesome Cassette Tape Portraits

Bet You Can’T Do This With Blu-ray: Awesome Cassette Tape Portraits
Artist iri5’s “Ghost in the Machine” is a series of portraits that connect music with visual art by making use of old cassette tapes as medium. When I first saw Neatorama‘s post about the project I thought it was just a cheap trick.

Ben Heck Collabos With Colorware to Create Xbox 360 Laptop for Thq’S Darksiders Game

Ben Heck Collabos With Colorware to Create Xbox 360 Laptop for Thq’S Darksiders Game
A portable Xbox 360? All in a day’s work for Ben Heckendorn. But now that he’s gone bigtime, the Heck had to work with ColorWare to create a one-of-a-kind Xbox 360laptop. The result? The usual awesome.

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