Fake posters poking fun at the Coachella lineup have been a thing for 10+ years. But this might be the best one yet, as Botnik used machine learning to come up with the names of the acts for the Southern Cali music festival. We’re so excited to see Smushy Twin touring again.
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For decades, artists had to rely on clunky old lightboxes if they wanted to trace a subject. We recently discovered modern lightboxes, which are thin and portable. They use bright white LED illumination and USB power. There’s a good variety of styles and sizes over on Amazon.
Design collective onformative shows off a nifty mechanical sculpture they created, which uses a series of spinning black metal tubes which allow light from an array of fluorescent bulbs to pass through. The result is a binary pixel display with an alluring soundtrack. More here.
The linear windows of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic structures are the perfect subject for Marc Hagan-Guirey’s book, which comes with 14 cut-and-fold models based on buildings from the Frederick C. Robie House to Taliesin West and the Johnson Wax building.
Pop artist Butcher Billy’s latest work is a series of vintage comic book covers based on the fourth season of Black Mirror. Each episode gets one cover, plus two bonus covers for the last episode. You can get them as posters, tees and more on Redbubble.
Play poker in style and learn a bit about typography, fonts, and design with this sweet deck from Forrest Goods. Learn the fascinating history of typography, and the real effect that fonts play in our daily lives. Grab a deck for 25% off in The Awesomer Shop.
AstroReality offers a set of colorful 3D printed models of the Solar System’s planets – plus Pluto. Each sphere measures about 1.2″ in diameter. Get AstroReality’s augmented reality app and to view add-on effects like Saturn’s rings or the Earth’s atmosphere.
Australian artist David Morrell bends metal wire to form roller coaster style tracks, on which marbles spend their days rolling round and round in a perpetual loop. His kinetic sculptures are available in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, and he accepts commission work.
Learn how to edit your pictures to perfection with nuance and warmth, how to composite multiple images, cinematic color grading, and much more with this extensive series of image editing and photography courses. It’s 97% off the list price in The Awesomer Shop.
Japanese paper goods company Triad presents a wonderful series of notepads which are sliced in such a way that they reveal intricate sculptures of locations and objects as each layer is peeled away. They’re currently sold out, but it sounds like they’ve got more in the works.