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Encourage your kids – or your inner child – to doodle with Burgerdoodles color-in wallpaper. It’ll take you a while to fill in the 394″ x 20.5″ sheet. Want to start from scratch? Check out thesespecialpaints instead.
Made by Mike Doyle, this fictional alien city measures 5′ high and 6′ wide. It’s made of over 200,000 LEGO pieces and took him over 600 hours to complete. You can buy plans, prints and DIY kits of parts of the city on Kickstarter.
Woodies takes Converse Chucks or Vans Slip-Ons and prints their own designs or your custom creations directly onto the shoes. No artistic vision? Their graphic design team will help ensure you have the coolest kicks on the block.
Artist Daniel Rozin’s latest interactive creation uses 465 motors and spokes to create geometric shapes, wavy lines, and replicates the movements of those who stand in front of it. Available through Bitforms Gallery NYC.
Terrestrial artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada created this gigantic portrait of a woman’s fierce gaze the size of two football fields to help Dutch feminist organization Mama Cash promote the protection of women’s rights around the world.
You might put an eye out with the extra pointy ears on this awesome 3D printed bust of The Dark Knight, created by artist Metin Seven, and available from Shapeways. Measures ~4.7″ tall, and available in a variety of materials.
(NSFW: Language) Artist Jay Shells made more than 30 official-looking signs with rap lyrics that called out streets and other areas in New York. Animal followed him around as he posted the signs in the referenced locations.
Illustrator Adam Schickling drew and painted this awesome poster by hand. It shows the lead characters as they look like today but in the style of the iconic Star Wars posters made by artist Drew Struzan.
Laurent Chehere’s Flying Houses photo series is a surreal collection of buildings, shelters, and homes which have been miraculously “removed” from their original locations and perched floating in the sky.
Ebru or paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design. Oguz Eygur shares some captivating footage of a truely professional ebru artist, his father Seyit, practicing the ancient and beautiful art.