Month: September 2016

Nintendo Announces Mini Console for Japan Dubbed The Famicom

  In November fans of around the world will be getting ready to purchase their retro console the NES Mini, however fans in its home country are getting their very own teensy retro console as well, the mini Famicom. The mini Famicom is a shrunken version of the original NES the company released back in 1983, […]

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NeSpoon Creates New Lace Street Art with Ceramic, Textile, and Spray Paint by NeSpoon

  Polish artist NeSpoon (previously here and here) focuses on lace motifs that cover the walls, streets, and public parks found in urban environments. The lace works are either painted directly onto the surface or formed from clay, each handmade by herself or the traditional folk artists with whom she works. “In lace there is an […]

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A Macro Timelapse of Spectacularly Colored Coral

  Barcelona-based production company myLapse set to capture the minimal movements by documenting one of the oldest animals on Earth, the brightly colored coral. Recording actions that are rarely seen by the human eye, the documented short film took nearly 25,000 individual images of the marine invertebrates to compose, and photography of species, such as the […]

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Netflix x Bitoy: Narcos Toy Project

  After releasing a well-received set of “The Bitoy” last year, Taipei-based design-driven film and animation studio, Bito, is excited to announce their new cooperation with high-profile series on Netflix, Narcos. Alone with the new series premiered last Friday, Netflix launched the campaign which Pablo Escobar escapes from DEA to Taiwan and digs deeper into […]

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Unique Running Shoe Bike at Prudential RideLondon

  This unique shoe bike created and showcased by Continental Tyres UK at the Prudential RideLondon, a world-class festival of cycling in London. German tire manufacturer Continental was the official presenting partner of the festival. They came up with this creative mountain bike with running shoe tires to showcase at FreeCycle event. (via Joquz)

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A Scale of Manmade vs Natural Marvels That Surround Us.

  College student Kevin Wisbeth, creator of the Youtube series “A Quick Perspective,” puts size in layman’s terms for those who might not be able to conceptualize the true width of a B-2 Bomber’s wings, or understand the immense depth of Russia’s largest mine. Wisbeth digitally composes manmade structures and natural wonders to put into […]

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Animalistic Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Spring Up Around the Globe

  Instead of contemplating a series of sketches or attempting to envision how an artwork will come together, Portuguese artist Bordalo II begins each of his animal sculptures in a grimy hunt for raw materials in junk yards or abandoned factories. Car bumpers, tires, door panels, mountains of malleable plastic bumpers, and even entire vehicles […]

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Creators of Indie Game ‘Mechinarium’ Teases Fans With New Project ‘Samorost 3’

  Creators of the award-winning indie game, Mechinarium, recently released what may be their best game yet: Samorost 3. Prague-based Amanita Design, immerses fans in their puzzle game that spans the ecosystems of 9 unusual planets as you encounter strange inhabitants and unlock increasingly complex secrets to advance to the next level. Amanita Design’s approach […]

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Misshapen Glass Vases by Studio E.O Appear to Melt Atop Angular Stone Platforms.

  Indefinite Vases is a recent project by multidisciplinary design practice Studio E.O based in Stockholm. Working with handblown glass and cut stone, traditional vase forms are melted and cooled around sharp edges to create place-specific vessels. From their project statement: The project is an exploration of the relationship between geometric and organic forms – […]

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Haruka Misawa Has Conceived A Series of Sculptural Fish Tanks.

  Japanese designer Haruka Misawa has conceived a series of sculptural fish tanks. Working with theories of buoyancy, the upward force from liquid that causes objects to float, the transparent aquariums feature air bubbles that suspend and cradle aquatic plants for their inhabitants. “Underneath the surface of water is a unique environment that exudes an […]

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