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Melanie Favreau took the little plastic things that keep your bread loafs closed and turned them into sterling silver pieces of jewelry she calls Milk & Bread.
Available as either a ring or a necklace, Milk & Bread are from her appropriately named “Supermarket” store, and can be customized with any text that you’d like.
180 degrees rotated picture of a clear blue sky, by Helmut Smits
There is some amazing Photoshop work by Ricardo Salamanca at Salamagica. Great is that he gives a few “behind the scenes shots” of how he created his images.
“Dead men lying on the bottom of the grave
Wondering when Saviour comes – is he gonna be saved […]”
Totem – Soldier Side is a bizarre yet deep collection of military/religious themed photography by German (?) multi-disciplinary artist Michel Valentino.
Photographer Andrew Bush mounted a camera in his car to catch drivers in Los Angeles and elsewhere in the southwest between 1989 and 1997. Then he posted the 66 most interesting ones. Link
Do you collect those useless phone cards, credit cards, gift card or whatever plastic? Do throw them away, they can be use to make guitar picks. Other materials like cardboard, “Handi Snacks” stick, CD, Toshiba laptop, and plastic packaging can be use too. Just use a marker pen and draw the pick shape on the card and card it with scissor, piece of cake.
Those of you who know me know that I have a thing for jumping photos. I love being in them and I love taking photos of jumping people. I have no idea why I have such a fascination with them especially since most of the time they require almost zero effort to take. I guess I just like how each jumping photograph can capture so much energy and expression in one shot.
Anyway, the Hyper series by French photographer Denis Darzacq is just awesome.
The Book of Sleep collects vintage photos of people sleeping. Wonderful.
Are you a football fans? Tell you this gotta be crazy, because of the UEFA EURO 2008, Adidas is invading Europe with its giant players, a group of 17 meters high and 33 meters in diameter football players were placed in Zurich. One initiative that is part of the campaign “Dream Big”, created by 180/TBWA.
This was in Vienna, a ferris wheel served as a support for Petr Cech from 42 meters in height. With 8 arms, the Adidas symbolizes the invincibility of the goalkeeper of the Czech Republic, considered one of the best in the world at present.
What we see everyday can affect our mood and state of mind. Enhance your desktop with a wallpaper creation from Desktopography and feel the essence of nature and the outdoor existence on your computer. Bring tranquility to your desktop, feel the wilderness and give your background a breath of fresh air.
The Desktopography project arrived in 2005 as a place to download nature/topological themed wallpapers with edits from selected designers. Everything iss free, and some of the artwork is really amazing.
The donuts blink in unison.
Though printed in black and white, great literature is bursting with vibrant colour. Color Allusions is a rebus-style puzzle, where color words and parts of words have been replaced with colored boxes.
Try to guess the exact hue of each. Roll your mouse over the colored boxes to reveal the missing words. Click the colored boxes to learn more about each hue.
If you have lots of empty wall space in your office you need to check out this. It’s a list of posters that focus on interesting information rather than nice-looking sunsets. And all are computer and network related.
Print. Cut. Fold. Tape. Paper Foldables.
Michael Neff’s Chalk series is a terrific idea in which he outlines various objects’ shadows in chalk, and then photographs them at night, giving each shadow an odd, sort of radiating glow.
So far, cities that he’s done this in include New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and a small town in Oregon, and the series is ongoing, so he has plans for more in the future.
With a Pringles can, a box cutter, and a little bit of time, you too can make your own mini-golf holes that are perfect for both quick games and extended competitions.
Just remember to eat the Pringles first!
BRUSHster is an online painting machine for all ages. This shockwave interactive includes more than forty brushes and customizable size, transparency, texture, and stroke options. A rainbow palette, along with a toolbox of special effects that blur, ripple, smudge, blend, and fragment your designs help make BRUSHster a full-feature painting program.
Abstract painting is like visual music. It lets you share your mood or express an idea without painting a recognizable picture of something in the real world. BRUSHster is programmed to paint ABSTRACT art, but the tools can be used to create realistic pictures, too.
Click one of the green AUTO buttons and let the computer generate some paintings for you.
From Modern Mechanix.
14 Smoking Accessories That Nobody Should Own.
You arrive at the golf course, and soon you’re on to 18 holes with your best buddies. After drinking sport ades, water, beer, and whatever, you’re on the 3rd hole with no rest room in sight. There are no trees or bushes around and you just gotta go, what are you going to do?
The UroClub is intended to eliminate anxiety and any feeling of uneasiness on the course. It can be emptied at the nearest restroom or later on, when the golfer returns home.
If you are feeling bored, I mean damn bored, head to this site: ColorFlip.com. It is a site by Rafael Rozendaal, a site where you can flip the color page as many times as you want like the flash e-book.
Loads of interesting work done by Laundry featuring clients like The Strokes, SvSv, Blood Arm and many more. Really worth a visit.
She’s doing it all wrong! Sure, the result looks OK, but my method is faster.