Tag Archives: art

Brain Box Helmet

The next time you take off on your bicycle, be sure to wear some proper safety gear. Since helmets tend to look pretty lame, save for motorcycle helmets, get one that at least brings a little spice to the table. That’s why it’s a damn shame The Brain Box by Death Spray Custom is a one-of-a-kind work of genius. Disappointed? ...

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LAPP: Incredible Light Photography from Deutschland

These guys from Germany do time-lapse photography and use light sticks and such to create beautiful images. It’s been awhile since I’ve seen light art as good as LAPP’s. Sprint-Nextel’s commercials last summer were decent but I think the Germans have us Americans beat on the light art. If you want to try your own light art out, grab a ...

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Thomas Doyle: Professional Dioramist

Once, in Kindergarten, I built a diorama using cotton balls, crayons, construction paper and Elmer’s glue. It looks like shit but boy was I proud of it. Today, I think I’ll leave the diorama-making to Thomas Doyle, a guy who produces true works of art using miniature figures and houses that would normally be found on a train set. Click ...

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Come and Knock On Our Door: Famous Sitcom Sets Recreated With LEGO Bricks

It’s the shows we grew up on. The one that taught us our values because our parents were too busy drinking and slapping us around. The one that taught us that even average American’s have family values. The one that taught us that even senior citizens have a sex drive. Wait… what? Yes, it’s some of our favorite sitcom sets, ...

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Salvador Dali Clock Adds A Mustached Dose of Surrealism To Timekeeping

Possibly the owner of the greatest and most influential mustache in the history of art, Salvador Dali was a master of his medium. His life was the arts. One of his most famous works, The Persistance of Memory, shows a series of melting and morphing clocks. This wall timepiece is designed to invoke a similar feel of surrealism and mutated ...

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Materialista: Suspended Truck Can’t Veer Into Your Damn Lane

Truck drivers need to stay in their own damn lanes. They seem to think they’re driving Mini Beetles, while in actuality they’re inching their speeding 18-wheels a little too close to my fragile sedan. Now that I’ve finally found an excuse to chastise the driving of truck drivers, I can introduce you to Materialista, a project by Mexican artist Damin ...

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LEGO Twitter Fail Whale Swims With The Fishes

Flickr user tveskov and LEGO design extraordinaire, Bjarne P. Tveskov, admits to cheating a bit when he created his Twitter Fail Whale LEGO design. The brick which features the beloved whale’s eye was originally yellow. Tveskov did a little color reworking with Adobe. Like that really matters? This thing is plain awesome, shopped or not. Link [via] (follow me at ...

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Waveform Jewelry

Waveform jewelry is nothing new to nerds like us. After all, we previously covered a wedding ring that had the waveform for “I do” engraved into the side. You can read about that here. But much like the Eagles’ classic hit, there’s a new kid in town. The Sound Advice project produces all sorts of jewelry based on custom waveforms. ...

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Skede: Skateboard Chair Featuring Your Deck

Here’s a creative idea: take an old, radical skateboard deck and turn it into a usable chair. Aside from recycling and bringing new design to the living room, the Skede chair is available with a deck from Control or without a deck. That means you can add your own or Ryan Ash can add his broken NOFX skate deck. No ...

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