Todd McLellan takes a dual approach to making exploded pictures of objects. While he did shoot the disassembled objects in the usual chaotic fashion, he also took pictures of the parts neatly laid out.
Art & Design
Oh, those pigs are really in trouble now. Shouldn’t have stolen those eggs. They should consider growing plants around their fortress to fend off these monsters. Art by Tomasz Kaczkowski.
There have been tons of attempts to create a decent stylus for the iPad and other tablets, but Don Lehman’s simple cap that fits onto a Sharpie, Bic or Pilot pen is the smartest we’ve seen.
Molla Space’s Armed Notebooks show your co-workers you mean business, with an armory of dangerous weapons embossed into the front, making your pen just that much mightier.
The ultra-light Audi Carbon Ski concept is coming soon; the skis have a wooden core sandwiched by layers of aluminum and titanium and covered in carbon fiber, making them more rigid and agile.
You may think that these freaky fruits and veggies are products of pesticides or some chemical, but these “mutatoes” are actually naturally occurring. Nature’s funny that way. Available as prints.
(Links NSFW) Juan Francisco Casas drew these photorealistic portraits using nothing but a ballpoint pen. Are his subjects are too distracting or do they show off his skill? Either way, we can’t look away.
Photographer Brian Roach finds haunting beauty in these desolate and decaying settings. Each of his HDR photos is comprised of numerous exposures to create an even more ethereal effect.
Artist Motoi Yamamoto uses salt to design intricate and deeply personal floor sculptures, which he calls his Labyrinths, to honor his sisterâ€™s memory; salt symbolizes purification and mourning in Japan.
The Sanctuary of Truth is a huge one of a kind structure that’s a unique monument to Thai craftsmanship, handcarved and constructed entirely from teak wood, to be completed in 2025.
The following posters precisely depict what might happen if you take it upon yourself to forget your common sense while performing manual or machine labor. TA needs these now. (Thanks S!)
This kinetic sculpture was made by Seth Goldstein. The complicated device continually ties and unties a necktie. Not a bad way to symbolize the monotony of a working man’s life.