London-based artist Lucy Farrow set her sights on an abandoned corner shop for her next project. She specializes in felt art, so naturally felt was her material of choice. You’ll be impressed – no, amazed – at what Lucy did at the corner shop using nothing but felt, her imagination, and her creative prowess: she turned it into a grocery store.
Robots are taking our jobs, but they are satisfied with that, so they now have to draw our very life-blood from our veins. That’s what this robot does. Ghost In The Machine is a robot programmed by artist Ted Lawson.
Cuteness is coming. The house sigils on Game of Thrones are meant to show which house you belong to and also instill fear in your enemies. But what if those house sigils were cartoon characters? As you can see here, they would be adorable.
Sometimes you have marketing campaigns that stink, like DC Comics recent “selfie” variant cover theme. Then other times they nail it, like with their latest idea. To celebrate the LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham video game being released later this year, DC is letting the minifigs take over the covers.
This 3D Doctor Who nail art is probably how a human/Dalek hybrid would give itself away to the Doctor, as it’s Dalek half began to take over. That would be a cool episode. Also, if we ever get a female Doctor, this might be her manicure of choice.
I have a well-established penchant for the The Princess Bride and LEGO constructs. Combine the two and you have my attention. Some folks had some builders at the Brickworld Chicago event cobbled together some awesome dioramas of scenes from the classic movie.
I am not a big fan of the selfie. In fact, I have never taken one of myself. I have some folks on my Facebook friends list that are prolific in their selfie taking; I tend to taunt them mercilessly for the act.
The digital picture frame has been around for years. It’s a convenient if unimpressive class of device. So why is Electric Objects’ EO1 getting so much hype and love online? Well for one thing, it was conceptualized by Jake Levine, who used to work at the famous venture capital company Betaworks.
Storage boxes come in pretty handy for organizing our stuff, but who knew that you could create amazing art with them? At the 25th annual International stationery and office products fair in Tokyo, a British company called Really Useful Products decided to have some fun.
If you are looking for some new rims for your real life Mario Kart, look what artist Ashley Hay has done with her recycled art project. She has created some sweet rims that are just begging to roll down Rainbow Road.
I’m not sure why we don’t see more classic art from old video games rendered lovingly on a screen door. The little squares on the screen door material are perfect for representing blocky pixelated graphics. All you need to do is look at this Final Fantasy III art to see that a screen door is the perfect medium.
Designers draw inspiration from their passions and interests, and from random things that catch their eye. The former was probably true for jewelry and shoe designer Nixxi Rose when she came up with this series of to-die-for footwear featuring the likes of the previously seen Iron Shoes (inspired by the hit show Game of Thrones) and the Krueger Heels (which were inspired by – you guessed it – Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger.)