These prints aren’t works by the latest abstract artist. You’re looking at microscopic images of alcoholic beverages from BevShots. Tequila, beer and cocktails all could be hung on a gallery wall.
Created by Richard Sabatini, The Steampunk Monster is a clever piece of art, a huge robot collage made up of pictures of machines that store or run on steam, like locomotives and gas silos.
Randy Regier creates wonderful retro style toys and packaging. Although they may look like they’re from a bygone era, Regier’s works are actually attempts to reflect modern American culture.
Photographer Lori Nix works with miniatures and models to create beautifully disastrous scenes and landscapes; her project The City depicts eerie abandoned buildings in a post-apocalyptic world.
Shoot to kill, play to thrill: it’s AC/DC vs. Iron Man in this cool architectural projection mapping project on the front facade of the Great Keep at Rochester Castle, which warps and tumbles before your eyes.
Patrick Boivin wanted a real dog and an AT-AT walker as a child, and in order to fulfill his dream, he went and created the ultimate – an AT-AT puppy. We always thought Jabba looked like poop.
Made by IADT Film School student Conor Finnegan using a mix of hand drawn animation, stop motion and live action scenes. Well-meaning Fluffy Mc Cloud gets into trouble, but all’s well that ends well.
Designer Alex Varanese illustrations envision an alternate version of the disco era, with the assumption he could go back in time with 2010 technology and market it to a whole new audience.
We’re getting hungry just watching this short animated stop-motion flick by Brooklyn animator Lori Samsel. The entire animation was made from Japanese rice crackers. Crunchy and delicious!
Check out Karl Tate’s intriguing infographic that explores the highest and deepest points on earth; it also includes egg boiling time and the Horizon oil rig as points of reference. (Thanks, Stephen!)