We’ve come to expect a Chinese connection when we hear of DIY transformer sculptures, and we’re rarely disappointed. These sculptures were on display at the Nanjing International Auto Exhibition in China. These Transformers resembling pieces have been made waste pieces/ scraps from cars and bikes. No wonder some of them look so angry.
This creative and intelligently crafted design by London-based graphic designer Benoit Ollive. That truly is all you need to know about graffiti.
Showbiz changes people, completely. While you might find them cute and innocent in the games you play, this piece from agentscarlet shows what Nintendo ladies are up to, when not facing the video game camera.
Created by artist/designer Mike Bouchet, this is almost like the second, much more lovable edition of the shopping cart. Its a shopping cart, its a lounger, and it is named Sun Lounger. It is just a bare-boned structure right now, but the artist does have plans for a few additions, like armrests and seats to really make a lounger out of this chair.
We stand in awe of these mini paper replicas of musical instruments. The impressively detailed models have been created using the craft of Pepakura.
Ah, the beauty of love and the threat of a knuckle ring with hearts. Honey, don’t make me beat the shit out of you again. Costs $90.
In a mashup of two famed franchises, artist Nathan H. Boyd has brought classic Disney characters into the world of Star Wars. Donald Duck, apparently is much suited for the Star Wars universe. Also, Donald seems to like wearing pants in Star Wars, something he rarely did in the world of Disney.
Classic cars always manage to stand a class apart due to the sheer elegance of their design and the inherent beauty of these wonderfully sculpted pieces. Photographer Ken Brown highlights the beauty of these classics in his work, not by simply photographing the entire car, but by abundantly playing with lights and parts of the car. The results are wonderful.
Japanese student Takayuki Hori printed skeletons of four endangered species on translucent paper, and folded them into these stunning origami creations. When laid flat, the print on paper looks like a collection of scattered bones, but when folded into the proper origami shape, the bird comes to life. With the creation of these 3D skeletons, Hori intends to draw attention to endangered species of birds.