Crafted from concrete, steel and aluminum, Atelier Takagi’s LED tabletop lamps get their inspiration from the bright lights you’d find lining pre-fab community streets and mall parking lots.
Now you can hug eBoy’s pixel-packed art. Choose from landscapes of New York, Los Angeles, and Baltimore Docks – if those cities had giant apes and robot dinosaurs, that is.
Matthew Kim’s gutsy Hammerhead HMR989 PC flips conventional computer design inside out, offering bright blue LEDs and open-air cooling assisted by a dramatic Thermaltake â€œSpinQâ€ CPU cooler.
(NSFW: Language) The Limousines’ single is a commentary on the temporary and shallow pleasure that we get from the artificial sources we consume. Let’s all live, get out and create more!
As part of his exhibit at the Konami Style store in Japan, Konami illustrator Yoji Shinkawa did a live painting of Big Boss aka Naked Snake in the smoky and gritty style familiar to fans of Metal Gear Solid.
Mauricio Arruda cheated a bit to make the Mesa Baralho. The playing cards are actually 4mm-thick steel plates 13 times larger than an actual card, enabling the two stacks to support up to 550 lbs.
Situated in downtown Dubai on a man-made lake, The Dubai Fountain is 902 ft long, has 6,600 lights, 25 colored projectors, and can shoot water up to 50 stories high. It cost about $218 million to build.
The CGI wizards at Charlex created this brilliantly animated film about a day in the life of a rat who finds himself in an extraordinary situation on his quest for an elusive bag of Cheezy Poofs.
Cube Works Studio’s interpretation of The Creation of Adam, a highlight of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, is the largest of its kind, measuring over 14’H x 28’W and made of 12,090 Rubik’s Cubes. (Thanks Ben!)
Papercraft can often be pretty simplistic, but Brian Chan’s intricate creations were all made by folding alone; not a single cut was made on any of them. We want the WALL-E one for our office.
Jon Wollack of Almost Dark Productions made this kick-ass Boba Fett helmet in the style of the ones worn by the legendary Spartan hoplites. A fitting crown for the Mandalore. THIS IS BOBAAA!!!
Some of the finalists in the Radically Porsche pattern design contest. The winners will get a masters degree scholarship and will have their designs applied on actual Porsche Caymans.
The Bio Phone is powered by sensors and “artificial muscle actuators”, allowing it to respond to both digital and physical stimuli by lifting and folding its cover in various ways, much like a notepad.
Michael Neff uses chalk to capture the varied shadows found in cities. Sometimes his drawing lasts a couple of years, but most of them are gone the next day, like the shadows themselves.