Athens based architect Katerina Kamprani renders everyday objects in a fashion that would make them of little use, or uncomfortable to use. The architect calls it a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects.
French street artist OakOak (previously, 2) livens up his city with a little touch of humorous street art. The artist noticed the city of Saint Etienne, France needed a bit of humor in its street, so he picked up paint and set out to make the coal mining town more pleasant. OakOak has done a pretty good job at it, check it out.
Grass Printer concept is a little lawnmower that can leave your custom messages on the lawn. Plus, it works a bit like the roomba, so you could just leave it on the lawn to do its work. Grass Printer has a touchscreen where you can sketch the pattern you want the mower to draw, and then sit back to watch it do its job.
French graphic designer and artist Xavier Casalta works with hand lettering and illustrations. One of the highlights is the use of dots for shading and effect. It requires immense patience, the dots require a lot of work and attention, and aren’t that easy to handle. Several of these are available on the artist’s shop.
A sand castle would typically be composed out of an uncountable number of grains. That’s the way it has always been, and that’s the way it will continue to exist. Twists are good though, like the work of artist Vik Muniz and artist/researcher Marcelo Coelho that involves etching microscopic castles on a single grain of sand.
You have probably noticed there are a hell lot of characters to keep track of in Game of Thrones. Probably way more than the monkeysphere would allow a regular human to keep track of.
People will do crazy things to avoid going to work on a Monday, and we can totally understand and sympathize with this man’s predicament. Monday morning this week, at 7:25 a.m., Florida resident Dwayne A. Yeager called the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office to inform them of a burglary at his house.
Too many movies to be recounted have utilized the old murder in the shower trick where the viewer simply sees the outline of the blood stained hand and its subsequent drop. This shower curtain will create the same effect for your bathroom, minus the murder and real blood. It would work beautifully as a gag; one your guests would love. Costs $10.70.