Photographer Tadao Cern has been shooting a series of ridiculous portraits entitled “Blow Job,” in which individuals are captured while being hit in the face with gale-force winds.
Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Pictures assembled a team of earth’s greatest artists for an Avengers-inspired tribute show at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. Some pieces are still available to buy.
Photographer Nicholas Hendrickx shot these whimsical macro pics of his pal Mr. Fly set into tiny real life situations, ranging from skateboarding to riding a tiny fly Vespa to playing the fly-iano.
German artist EVOL creates unbelievably realistic illustrations of apartment buildings using cardboard, spray paint and complex stencils. Check out more of his work on his website.
Artist Michael Mapes creates mesmerizing portraits and scenes using hundreds of tiny photographic cut-outs pinned to a display and stored in vials, like butterflies in an entomologist’s collection.
Using found materials from the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil, artist Henrique Oliveira creates amazing installation pieces. Some are like caves of wonder we would love to explore. (Thanks Trina!)
YouTube mathematician Vi Hart’s latest video is her most confusing yet, but it’s the most entertaining one as well. Watch and listen as she demonstrates friezes, 2D patterns that repeat in one direction.
We’re enjoying the parade of everyday items Malaysian artist Hong Yi uses to create her work; here, she carefully pins 750 pairs of socks together for Zhang Yimou’s portrait. (Thanks Jasmin!)
An amazing scene captured from above by photographer Nancie Battaglia – as 1902 individual canoes and kayaks crowded into Fourth Lake in the Adirondacks for the “worlds largest raft” record.
Louis C. HÃ©bert made portraits of Star Wars characters out of smaller illustrations. Part of an ad campaign for the Star Wars Identities exhibition. View the full posters on Behance.
While most of us will never be able to afford the $2 million+ dollar pricetag of an actual Veyron, we can live vicariously through this intricate paper model you can cut out and build for yourself.
Raphael Haddad spent a night with street artist Invader in the winter of 2011, filming the urban artist as he plastered his trademark pixel art all over Paris. Music by ToBy Screamer.
Photographer Richard Kendall uses a 96-camera rig to take light painting to a whole new level, combining it with The Matrix “bullet-time” effect – bending light, time and our minds simultaneously.
While it’s not as mysterious as the actual Stonehenge, you can safely bounce off the rocks in this 1:1 interactive sculpture from Jeremy Deller, on display at Glasgow’s Int’l Festival of Visual Arts.
Similar to the Flow brush, Artist Hardware’s Sensu works great with the iPad or any device with a capacitive touch screen. It also has a rubber stylus nib on the other end, making it more versatile.
Using cut up layers of wire mesh, artist Seung Mo Park creates these huge and hauntingly beautiful portraits. In case you’re wondering, here’s a video of his meticulous process.
It’s amazing what artist Patrick Gannon is able to accomplish with textured and carved paper. Each work pieces together a beautiful land filled with the creatures of his fantastic imagination.
Despite having no real interest or desire to express himself creatively in his waking life, artist Lee Hadwin has a natural talent for producing fairly interesting works of art in his sleep.
Artist Breck Armstrong seems to have a knack for breathing new life into found objects. Like he did with these 6 lb roller skate bookends that will look good and keep your big reads from getting away.
Digital filmmakers KORB created this unofficial Coca-Cola promo for a competition, taking the drink’s iconic glass and liquid-filled bottle and playing with its form through sound.
Artist Cheeming Boey loves Breaking Bad, and decided to treat himself to some art for his B-day with these cool pointillist drawings of Hector, Gus and Tuco. More cup art here. (Thanks Gwen!)
One of the exhibited pieces on Screen, an online art gallery set up by Swedish art center Kulturhuset. So what’s it about? You tell us. We watched the whole thing though. It was awesome.
The El Ateneo Grand Splendid is a bookstore in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Built in 1919, the 21,000 sq.ft. theater was converted into a music and book shop in 2000.
Keep Decepticons off your front lawn with this amazing 7.5 foot-tall sculpture of Bumblebee, handmade from various scrap metal parts by ScrapSculptures. Get Optimus Prime here.
To promote his rolling papers, Snoop Dogg teamed up with Pereira & Oâ€™Dell to create Rolling Words. Its pages are filled with song lyrics and double as rolling papers. The spine acts as a match striker.
Wander through the public spaces of the White House and explore its artworks from the comfort of your computer, thanks to Google’s collaboration with President Obama and the First Lady.
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