Monthly Archives: January 2014

Beautiful 360 degree books by Yusuke Oono

These creative booklets are the brainchild of  Japanese architect and product designer Yusuke Oono. He uses 40 laser cut panels to create his  fun and clever 3D books that will make even people that are not fun of reading enjoy his magical world. Lovely.

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PyroPet by Icelandic designer Thorunn Arnadottir

PyroPet is a new brand created by designer Thorunn Arnadottir and Dan Koval, product developer. PyroPet is a family of animal shaped candles that each reveal a surprise within as they burn.

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Quirky Street Art by Sandrine Estrade Boulet

A lesson to learn from French artist Sandrine Estrade Boulet, “Try to see rather than look.”

“When you are a kid, you spend hours laying down in the grass seeing/visualizing amazing things in the clouds. Well, I have decided this should never stop.

And you, what are you going to see today ?…”

check out her gallery here

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8 Bit Cinema – Pulp Fiction

A new brilliant clip from CineFix of Pulp Fiction as a 8-bit NES-inspired arcade action game. Would love to play it!

via Neatorama

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Let’s go back to Xmas for a moment

Being a student is not always easy, I often find myself being very mindful of my time and money (or the lack of it to be precise), so this year I decided that I will not be buying presents, but will  paint a little card for everyone. These are some pics of the cards being made.

my xmas cards IMG_3959 IMG_4387

I didn’t have much time to complete them all, so some of the designs where borrowed from other talented artists, however I took the liberty and changed them around and all the paintwork and styling is my very own. These artists were referenced on the back of the cards whenever possible. Hope you like them.

Dx

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Fantasy Dolls by Santini

Santini, a 23-year-old girl from Moscow, Russia, creates these ultra-realistic fantasy animal dolls. The creatures are a mix of creepy, cute and amazing. The creatures are made using different types of materials like fimo, cernit, sculpey, sonet and fabric fur.

The artist has completely mastered the power of cute. It’s amazing how incredibly detailed they are. Soon there will be an Etsy store where you’ll be able to order any of these, in the meantime you can contact the artist directly and request one of her creations.

UPDATE: You can see her whole collection of work here

via The Meta Picture

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