Inspired by an article by Dave Philipps published in the Colorado Springs Gazette, Dorothy used a medium that glamorizes war and violence to reveal the darker reality that soldiers live through.
Art & Design
We’ve featured 3D projection maps before, but never one that incorporated an actual car into the display. This promo for the Hyundai Accent does an awesome job blending real and virtual worlds.
(Slightly NSFW) An award-winning Lovecraftian short film about a Sex-Ed class gone horribly wrong. Directed by Craig Macneill and written and masterfully narrated by Clay McLeod Chapman.
Designed by John Greg Ball, the Subsonic Chair’s two 16″ subwoofers and two 4″ midrange speakers will let you thoroughly rock out to your favorite music, video or video game while sitting.
Takauki Hori printed these skeletons of endangered species onto translucent paper. When flat, they just look like a bunch of random bones, but properly assembled, they form a 3-dimensional skeleton.
Many of Myeongbeom Kim’s creations combine man-made objects and places with items from nature, creating a tension that should be hard to experience but somehow ends up being beautiful.
Photographer Frank Marshall’s exhibit Visions of Renegades features the metal subculture in Botswana and the stylish “doomsday cowboys”, dedicated fans of both the music and the fashion.
Keep track of the F1 season as your favorite racers zip and move around the world with these unofficial Formula 1 Grand Prix posters by JP Tierney. Each A2 digital print is hand-signed and dated.
These World War II monuments built throughout Yugoslavia now stand neglected and forgotten. Photographer Jan Kempenaers captured these hollow symbols in his book Spomenik.
There is dynamic contrast to be found in architect Michael Hansmeyer’s Subdivided Column series, which features manipulated doric columns with beautiful, elaborate details. (Thanks Russell!)
Taras Lesko was commissioned by Audi to create a scale model of the Audi A7. It took him 285 sheets of paper and 245 hours to finish the incredibly detailed model, which has a total of 750 parts.
Created by I Have Pop for Nike’s Air Max 90 campaign, the Panna is a street soccer-themed foosball table with an emphasis on flair – the first one to play a ball between an opponent’s legs wins.