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Tales You Lose

Tales You Lose

Designer Andre Levy takes everyday coins and hand-paints them with images of pop culture icons from cartoon and movie characters to historical figures. Too bad the Magneto coin isn’t actually magnetic.

9 Stars
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Edible Billboard

Edible Billboardplay video

Michelle Sugar Art worked through the night to create the world’s first cake billboard. Made for Mr. Kipling, the billboard measured 20′ x 10′ and contained 13,360 cakes, many of which were eaten by passersby. More here.

7 Stars
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747 Jumbo Jet Conference Table

747 Jumbo Jet Conference Table

MotoArt has created what could be the greatest conference table ever made. Not only does its circular shape encourage dialog, but the 12-foot-wide table is made from the General Electric engine nacelle of a Boeing 747 jet plane.

13 Stars
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Eye Know

Eye Knowplay video

Take a journey through the highways of Tokyo, Japan. Hiroshi Kondo manipulates the nighttime light sources and turns them into a mesmerising array of kaleidoscopic images. The hypnotic score by Ayako Taniguchi helps set the stage.

13 Stars
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Ben Young Sculpture

Ben Young Sculpture

If Greg Klassen’s glass and wood furniture evoke rivers and lakes, Ben Young’s glass and concrete sculptures evoke oceans. Ben cuts and crafts each sculpture by hand, layer by layer. He also makes pure glass sculptures.

15 Stars
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Maddox: Spider-Woman’s Butt

Maddox: Spider-Woman’s Buttplay video

(NSFW: Language) Maddox presents counterarguments to the outrage about Milo Manara’s now infamous comic book cover for Spider-Woman #1, the Hawkeye Initiative and sexualization in general. More here.

119 Stars
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Petrolified

Petrolified
~$19-$45  Buy Hat Tip View

Automotive prints for car nuts, by a car nut. Martin Miskolci’s Petrolified features minimalist illustrations of famous cars. The page for each print comes with a brief history of the illustrated car, making browsing a pleasure.

5 Stars
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CMYK Coasters

CMYK Coasters
$15/set  Buy View

Perfect for graphic designers, these clever acrylic coasters feature cyan, magenta, yellow and black halftone separations of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, only producing the full color image when stacked together.

6 Stars
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Strong to the Finich!

Strong to the Finich!

Los Angeles’ Hero Complex Gallery presents an artists’ tribute to Popeye, celebrating the 85th year of the spinach-eating sailor. The show features works from over 100 artists and runs 9/5-9/21/2014. Online sales start on 9/6 here.

4 Stars
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Burning Man’s DMV

Burning Man’s DMVplay video

…the Department of Mutant Vehicles, that is. Because of space and safety concerns, the DMV was set up to inspect and grant license to a limited number of “mutant vehicles” prior to entering the arts festival. More here.

5 Stars
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Antonio Santin: Rugs

Antonio Santin: Rugs

Antonio Santin’s ongoing series Rugs is composed of hyperrealistic oil paintings. Antonio distorts the patterns and simulates shadows to make it appear like there’s a body hidden underneath each carpet.

4 Stars
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Joel Daniel Phillips Illustrations

Joel Daniel Phillips Illustrations

Joel Daniel Phillips lives in the Tenderloin in San Francisco and creates astounding life-size drawings of his fellow community members from charcoal and graphite, which you can view live at Hashimoto Contemporary from 9/6-9/27/14.

9 Stars
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Dita Pepe: Self Portraits

Dita Pepe: Self Portraits

In her Self-Portraits with Men and Self-Portraits with Women series, photographer Dita Pepe poses with other people, changing her appearance to make it look like she’s part of their family. She will release a book on the series soon.

8 Stars
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The Listening Tree

The Listening Treeplay video

Near the burgeoning Fremont East District in Las Vegas sits The Listening Tree from George Zisiadis. It invites the public to discover the joy of music through tree-suspended headphones, each playing a continuous unique song.

4 Stars
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Google Project Wing

Google Project Wingplay video

Like Amazon’s Prime Air, Project Wing is a concept for a drone delivery service. The current prototype features a small tail-sitter that automatically flies to the delivery zone and lowers its package using a winch. More here.

10 Stars
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Inedible

Inedible

Melbourne-based artist TQ Lee has created Inedible, a series of photographs that look good enough but impossible to eat – none of the components are made of food, and instead are crafted from things like turpentine and socks.

4 Stars
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Maico Akiba: Sekai

Maico Akiba: Sekai

Artist Maico Akiba turns Safari Ltd.’s beautiful animal figurines into walking sekai – the Japanese term for “world.” According to Colossal, Maico uses accessories from model train sets to create the amazing miniature worlds.

11 Stars
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Pencil Lamp

Pencil Lamp
~$1,600+  Buy Hat Tip View

Michael & George’s HB Lamp is a large pencil-shaped lamp with a 26ft. cord snaking out of its tip. The 5.5ft.-tall lamp has a cedar body and a brass ring. You can also customize the color of and the text on its body.

5 Stars
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