People absolutely in love with golfing have to give the putty a rest when nature calls. However, even the john can’t stop those with Potty Putter Putting Mat Golf from playing at their game. Yes people, that is the power of passion. Passion, and shit. Priced at $22.
Italian sculptor and painter Mimmo Paladino’s installation at the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is named “Cacciatore di Stelle” (Star Hunter) and is quite the first of its kind. The artist converted a customized Piaggio P.180 Avanti II aircraft into a canvas painted with ancestral symbols, constellations and geometrical designs, a homage to the skies the jet travels in.
There’s always a raging war in the world of Mario, and with the unholy numbers of Goombas and Koopa troopers he stomps on, there ought to be a huge recruitment drive to keep the spots filled. These WW II style propaganda posters by Fernando Reza are available as a set of 4, or individually.
David Eger kicked off a photography project titled 365 Days of Clones where Star Wars clone troopers form the material of photographs every day. An offshoot of this project was Cloned Photos, where David used Clone Trooper action figures to recreate some of the most iconic images in history. Prints for David’s photography can be purchased on RedBubble.
The way brand endorsement is going and showing up everywhere without any signs of stopping, you can expect brands to go where no brand has gone before. This series by artist Dietrich Wegner shows babies covered in (fake) full-body tattoos of corporate logos. The kids are going to be madly in love with brands when they grow up.
Hold on to conventional wisdom and don’t judge this crossbow by its size. This tiny sucker may be small, but it can be dangerous and especially impressing when you see it firing flaming arrows. Well, it can also shoot basic steel tipped arrows and ram arrows, but arrows on fire look a lot more interesting. The crossbow has been built by T. Shamir, the same guy who made the tiny cannon.
Portraits by Laurence Demaison have a hallmark of unreal appearances and may as easily be considered to have been digitally created. The photographer pre-visualizes the image, and then playing with film photography and creativity, allows most of these portraits to take on long exposure and ultimately reach this surreal style and looks.