Artist Federico Uribe had been making artwork using shoes when Puma sent him a bunch of different colored laces. Then inspiration struck. Uribe’s “paintings” now fetch as much as $70,000.
Sure, your watch, phone and computer already have one built-in, but you’ll have fun forming and arranging digits on this old school calendar. Made using laser-cut acrylic and wood veneer.
While it doesn’t have detailed information on how and why influencers come about, the film provides a peek into what’s happening in pop culture today and identifies events that cultivate inspiration.
We’re enjoying this collection of difficult-to-capture photos of the Aurora Borealis light display, visible in polar regions and observed at night, where it illuminates the northern horizon. (Thanks Hannah!)
Musicians are often trendsetters in fashion as well. The Everguyed network pays homage to 20 musicians and their iconic get-ups with these posters by Glenn Michael and James Alexander.
Bill Murray is one of Wes Anderson’s staple actors, but what if Murray was Anderson’s only actor? No need to tax your brain with such a question; Casey Weldon already did the work for us.
Core77 recently asked readers to make Play-Doh versions of their favorite shoes and was promptly barraged by submissions, some accurate, some not so much, but all of them look fun to play with.
We’ve heard a Ducati bike is likely to turn up in a cameo in TRON:Legacy. We wish this were it, but this red Ducati lightcycle was created by a fan with an active imagination and mad Photoshop skills.
This short by Ariel Lopez gives us a peek at his quirky animation style, and a creepy zombie flick lurking around the corner. Too bad the full film won’t be ready for tonight’s Halloween festivities.
If you thought the burgers your bought at the drive-thru were greasy, you’re right. Phil Hansen makes that point crystal clear when he “paints” the Mona Lisa with the grease from fast-food burgers.