Based in Portland, Franklin uses glass tubes filled with ionised krypton in order to create the grow. The neon skeleton took more than 1,000 hours, over two years, to complete.
“An anatomical study of the human body considering the mind and body as one entity. Flameworked borosilicate glass, krypton, wood."
Melbourne based art director, Sonia Rentsch, has taken prop styling to new levels in a still-life series entitled “Dinner Etiquette". Rentsch, with the help of photographer Scott Newett, adds life and personality to inanimate objects. She adds life to simple objects to form representations of the diner’s attire: forks and knives are used as a tie, and a cup is perfect to be turned into a hat.
French artist Edouard Martinet transforms everyday objects found in flea-markets and car boot sales into works of art. Using junk material such as rusted kitchen pans, typewriter keys, car lights and other scrap metals. His collection contains sea creatures, birds, insects and each metal sculpture is highly detailed executed. Take a look!
LEGO is more than a toy. LEGO has also learned that there are no limits as long asone's imagination is strong enough. "Imagine" is a new ad campaign created by Jung von Matt for the Danish toy manufacturer LEGO. German agency Jung Von Matt has given some of the world's most iconic cartoon characters a wonderful makeunder by recreating them with Lego blocks.
Do you see The Simpsons, the South Park, The Smurfs, The Ninja Turtles, Donald Duck, Asterix and Obelix and Bert and Ernie?
Photographer Bjoern Ewers directed this creative advertising campaign for the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra that shows beautiful views of the insides of various instruments.
“Choose Your Color“, or colored Pantone toasts for the breakfast! An appetizing and original project created French food designer Emilie de Griottes created mini tarts for a feature in Fricote. Griottes uses everyday foods such as berries, bananas and candies for the respective colors, and marks each tart with the Pantone color represented.
Cable animal manipulation advertising campaign for Panasonic's wireless sound-system.
A Japanese student Takayuki Hori has created this amazing x-ray origami series entitled 'oritsunagumono' (translated as 'things folded and connected') that shines light, quite literally, on the most endangered species from Japan’s coasts.
Bugs Bunny, Popeye and Winnie the Pooh well-known cartoon characters suffering from the unknown affects of genetically modified foods (GMO=Genetically Modified Organisms) in James Voon illustrations.
Genetic modified food (GMO) exist everywhere around us – without us knowing! The food we consume everyday should be more transparent so that we can have choices on choosing our food. Therefore, the solution I came up with is through a friendlier & recognizable way of approach. Which is, through the use of childhood characters which i recreated it with my style of illustration. The idea is to bring out the message of letting people know what they are eating everyday. Whats in your food?
The Massachussets-based graphic designer has made media propaganda posters that will make you think twice about which sites you spend the most time on. Wood imagine the propaganda posters that would have lined streets had these clashes happened 70 years ago.
In honor of “The Simpsons” 500th episode this weekend, here is every single sentence Bart has ever written on Mrs. Krabappel's blackboard.