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Watch Part Scorpion

Watch Part Scorpion

Artist JM Gershenson-Gates of A Mechanical Mind creates various creatures including spiders, dragonflies, and this here creepy, yet awesome metal scorpion using old watch parts. More here.

Chalktrail

Chalktrail

Attach the Chalktrail to the rear wheel of any bike, and kids (or grown-ups) can draw fun geometric sidewalk graffiti as they ride. Each chalk stick draws a 1.5 mile line. Scooter version coming soon.

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Vincent’s Daydreams

Vincent’s Daydreams

Adele Enersen made a book filled with “dream settings” of her baby Mila. Now she’s doing the same with her boy Vincent, using simple but funny doodles that make his sleepy poses more awesome.

Cerealism

Cerealism

Arizona-based photographer Ernie Button’s Cerealism series is a clever collection featuring landscapes and still life pieces inspired by the shapes and textures of our favorite cereals.

Game of Thrones Sigil Book

Game of Thrones Sigil Book

Inspired by Eric Carle’s Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, these charming picture book illustrations would be a perfect way for the kiddies of Westeros to learn the house sigils and words.

Bloemencorso Flower Parade

Bloemencorso Flower Parade

Bloemencorso in The Netherlands is a parade that features floats made from flowers. And by floats, we mean gigantic, twisting architectural structures and straight up weird animatronic animals.

Holly Wood Digital Sculptures

Holly Wood Digital Sculptures

Holly Wood is a series of computer-generated wooden sculptures from French artists Tony and Emmanuelle Lugand that features some of our most beloved pop culture, media and gaming icons.

Rot

Rot

This creepy but nonetheless awesome animation by artist Erica Luke was created by painting each frame on the face of its subject, transforming a lively girl into a fleshless skeleton in 30 seconds.

Jidaigeki X-Men

Jidaigeki X-Men

Alex Mitchell follows up his Sengoku Avengers by transforming Prof. X, his students and his enemies into Edo Period characters. Hint: the character roster is based on the 90’s X-Men cartoon.

Horrible Holiday Hooligans

Horrible Holiday Hooligans

You don’t need a tree to enjoy these festive HOrrible HOliday HOoligans by Sebastian Reymers. 3 jerks with a saw, axe and match hanging around? Sounds just like the holidays at our house.

Sakir Gökçebag’s Edible Art

Sakir Gökçebag’s Edible Art

Sakir Gökçebag slices apples, watermelons and other plant produce and then arranges them to create arresting geometric patterns, creating images that bridge the natural and artificial.

Iconic Finger Portraits

Iconic Finger Portraits

Artist Dito Von Tease creates amusing portraits of famous pop culture icons by dressing up and manipulating close-up images of fingertips. The collection includes Steve Jobs, Mr. T and Pikachu.

Laser Cut Dollar Sculptures

Laser Cut Dollar Sculptures

Brooklyn-based artist Scott Campbell uses a laser cutter to create these intricate sculptures from US currency. His other work can be witnessed (and purchased) at his legendary Saved Tattoo.

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Face Painting Time-Lapse

Face Painting Time-Lapse

It’s quite a sight to watch the beauty spill out of Agnes Cecile’s brushes in this sped up video of her painting a captivating face. There’s more clips of her great work on her Youtube page.

Giant Ghetto Blaster

Giant Ghetto Blaster

Mini Schweiz and ad agency Draftfcb/Lowe Group commissioned Bartek Elsner to build this much-larger-than-life boom box, crafted out of cardboard for the International Radio Festival in Zurich.

50 Years of Bond Cars

50 Years of Bond Cars

Just in time for Skyfall, UK Car dealer Evans Halshaw put together this cool retrospective of all of Mr. Bond’s awesome rides over the last 50 years. We’re still fools for the Aston Martin DB-9.

Ratchet & Clank: 10th Anniv Prints

Ratchet & Clank: 10th Anniv Prints

iam8bit teamed up with Insomniac Games to create a series of prints to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Ratchet & Clank. First up, a limited-edition print by Aled Lewis, loaded with all their best weapons.

Sensazioni

Sensazioni

Don’t bother guessing what camera was used to shoot this image. It was hand-drawn by Italian artist Diego Fazio using nothing but pencils and paper. Buy prints of Sensazioni on deviantART.

Silicone Sigourney

Silicone Sigourney

A hyper-realistic silicone bust of Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley from the 1986 movie Aliens. As if it wasn’t amazing enough, sculptor Steve Scott based the bust solely on photographs of Weaver.

RareInk NBA Art

RareInk NBA Art

Enjoy your B-ball and also prove you’ve got good taste with RareInk’s contemporary collection of limited edition NBA artworks, including Nowitzki, Jordan and great duos like Stockton and Malone.

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A Finger, Two Dots Then Me

A Finger, Two Dots Then Me

A man bids farewell to his lover and tells her of his upcoming adventures in the afterlife, all to pass the time while he waits for them to be reunited. Written and performed by Derrick Brown.

Patrick Martinez’s Neon Signs

Patrick Martinez’s Neon Signs

Born and bred in Los Angeles, artist Patrick Martinez is heavily influenced by hip hop culture and graffiti. He uses them to great effect to create mixed media pieces like these neon signs.

Incredible Can Art

Incredible Can Art

Japanese artist Makoan creates intricate sculptures of pop culture icons and other objects by recycling beer and soda cans. He even color-matches his subjects by using a variety of drink brands.

Silhouettes from Pop Culture

Silhouettes from Pop Culture

One of our favorite contemporary artists, Olly Moss created this book, loaded with silhouettes of pop culture icons, ranging from Buzz Lightyear to The Godfather. We had fun trying to figure them all out.

Synchronized Drops

Synchronized Drops

Taking the concept behind Brusspup’s reverse water illusion, and sexing it up, JKD Collective’s Kosai Sekine shot this 60-second ID for Japan’s Space Shower TV in-camera, without post-production VFX.

Moneygami

Moneygami

Graphic designer and origami artist Yosuke Hasegawa folds paper bills in such a way that the person on the bill ends up wearing a headgear. He’s even made trading cards of his moneygami.

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