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"The 40-foot skull is (obviously) a man-made sculpture designed by a team of three, taking over two months to construct. It was created by movies and TV streaming service Blinkbox, to celebrate the arrival of HBO’s third season of Game of Thrones on its service on July 15th.(Via)
Stafidenios® is a raisin product packed for kids, it's package was designed by the agency Matadog Design. This packaging was designed to not only hold the product but to be converted into a kid friendly (no tools or glue needed for assembly) paper toy.
Wim L. Noorduin, a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has managed to create tiny flower like sculptures out of crystals. Now crystals are commonly known for having hard jagged edges. However Noorduin’s crystals buck convention with their organic shapes that were created by manipulating chemical gradients in a beaker of fluid through a chemical reaction between Barium Chloride and Sodium Silicate.
Originally from St. Martin, Fay Helfer received her MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). She uses a technique in her work called pyrography, which means “writing with fire,” a method of decorating wood with a controlled application of a heated point.
Ballroom Luminoso is a wonderfully different kind of ballroom. A series of six chandeliers by artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock hang under an overpass in San Antonio, Texas. The chandeliers are constructed from recycled bicycle parts, structural steel, and custom LED fixtures. Shadow patterns of bicycle sprockets paint the surrounding area alongside colorful light. Accompanying the bicycle parts are carefully carved imagery referencing the areas Hispanic, agricultural, and ecological heritage.
Born and raised in Suzhou, China, Kim Xu’s art very much reflects his personality and life experiences, fusing both traditional Chinese watercolour techniques – a skill he learned from his grandfather – and Western-style oil-based techniques.
Sao Paulo, Brazil based photographer Valerio Trabanco teamed up with Bruna Sotilli (Model), Carlos Carrasco (Beauty), Drica Cruz (Styling) , Felipe Tadeu(Concept), and created the gorgeous project Red Snow for Client Hilton
Dirt Poster is a Design and Graphic-Design work made by Roland Reiner Tiangco, a new graduate of a Design School, living in New York. While handling the poster, your hands starts to get dirty, and this dirt allows you to see what’s the poster is all about.