01/ Where Does the Dust Itself Collect? uses dust collected from 9/11 to try + understand it all.
02/ Check out the restoration + colorization of an old photo.
03/ Haunting photos of big rigs resting at night.
04/ Someone recreated Grandma’s Den from Little Red Riding Hood.
05/ Back to Nature, symmetrical sculptures in nature.
06/ Escalators have never been so interesting as in Escalator Portraits.
07/ Yeah, I want a bicycle-powered treehouse elevator. And a treehouse.
08/ It took 10,000 chopsticks to form this mythical dragon.
09/ Secret fore-edge paintings revealed in early 19th century books.
10/ X-rays of NASA spacesuits, so much detail goes into one of these.
01/ Wunderblock creates rainbows out of dirt and spray paint.
02/ Dogs dress up as their owners in Underdogs.
03/ Day to Night, beautiful day/night composites of major cities.
04/ Surreal wire drawings of eyes.
05/ The Funnel Tunnel snakes its way through Houston.
06/ Time Is a Dimension creates cityscapes with slices of photogenic time!
07/ Detailed and intense African beach calligraphy.
08/ Useless plastic box covertly left on a shelf at Best Buy by artist.
09/ Realistic body paintings of recognizable Dr. Seuss characters.
10/ Just some Guys with Fancy Lady Hair.
This week on Design Crush…
Scoutmob (+ a Giveaway!)
DIY Color Washed Glasses
12 August DIYs
Calling All Cat Ladies!
Sarah Wiener for REISS
Alt For Everyone + Design Crush
Artist Michele Quan‘s ceramic work is continuously inspiring, whether it’s in the form of bells or garlands or this new piece – the Eye Platter. Michele’s work is beautifully detailed and handworked, I love it all.
01/ Wonderbread bust sculptures of famous people by Milena Korolczuk.
02/ Oh, no big deal. It’s just the Rugrats Grown Up.
03/ Movie barcodes made from compressing film frames.
04/ Air rifle BB taxidermy by Courtney Timmermans.
05/ One couple, Every Subway Station in Manhattan.
06/ This heat wave even has ceramics melting!
07/ Beautiful driftwood sculptures by Jeffro Uitto.
08/ The Game of Life is going life-sized on the island of Yoron, Japan.
09/ 40-foot dragon skull built on a beach in England to promote GoT.
10/ Monster skin rugs!
01/ Wanna see Wookies in real life situations? Here you go.
02/ Giant chrome T-Rex installed in the Seine River.
03/ Learn how to make ice shot glasses!
04/ Disciples, fans dressed like their favorite pop stars at their concerts.
05/ At Rest, heartbreakingly beautiful memorials for roadkill.
06/ Whoa, these kaleidoscope glasses are insane-o.
07/ The coolest 4th of July photo ever.
08/ 40 Days of Dating, two friends date for 40 days as an experiment.
09/ Switcheroo, an on-going dual portrait series of men and women swapping clothes.
10/ Candid photos of + interviews with 4th graders around the world.
This week on Design Crush…
Mix #26: Open Up Your Arms
You Should Totally: Make DIY State String Art
Colour Block Book Ends
Jozef Mvra’s Masks
Lauren Wilcox Puchowski
Erin Lightfoot‘s hand printed porcelain jewelry pieces are covered in bright geometric patterns that are her bread and butter and sure to catch eyes. Each design is created in a limited edition run, while each piece is hand formed, polished, patterned and glazed by Erin herself.
01/ Reconnected, turning fallen trees into art on trunk at a time.
02/ Perfect Tree in a Farmer’s Field.
03/ BBQ, a papercraft barbecue grill!
04/ I’ve never broken a bone, I’m holding out for these 3D printed casts.
05/ Adrift, a two year love letter to the San Francisco fog.
06/ The world’s first one person restaurant!
07/ This guy is everywhere this week – 40 year book photos, same outfit.
08/ Yay or nay on this hammock-shaped tub?
09/ Celebrating George Orwell’s 110th birthday with surveillance cameras + party hats!
10/ Why are more houses not painted like this?!
This week on Design Crush:
Hello, San Diego – Part 2
Alphabet City Coasters
108 Ways to Scream For Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, Sorbet + More
Nissan Versa Note
Read Between the Lines
Doing Good With Anthropologie
I don’t know much about the ways of Ikebana, but I do know a little about flower arranging. These ceramic and steel Ikebana Bowls by Hanna Kruse give you ability to beautifully accommodate large blooms with short stems. Hanna has also created a smaller vessel, Soe Cups, with the same thought that are able to accommodate flowers as well or other small objects.
01/ Photoshop in real life.
02/ Snapcat, an app that lets cats take selfies by touching paw to screen!
03/ LEGO maps of the London Underground.
04/ Skateboard + Stroller = LongboardStroller
05/ Botanical weaponry, my favorite kind.
06/ Hot Tub Cinema, a pop-up movie theater with hot tubs!
07/ Beastie Boy Mike D’s gorgeous Brooklyn townhouse.
08/ One Million Bones, a “visible petition” against ongoing genocide and mass atrocities
09/ Quiet, a cocoon-like chair where you can get some privacy.
10/ A DIY geometric paper torso.
This week on Design Crush:
Zelma Rose (A Giveaway)
Design Crush + Anthropologie + Oklahoma
The Scent of Departure
Sweet Summer Hellos
Popsicles + Poptails ’13
01/ A color wheel created using all 649 Pokémon.
02/ A giant message in a bottle!
03/ A solarium composed of 162 panes of caramelized sugar. Wow.
04/ Donutology, what your choice in cruller says about your personality.
05/ Once, a giant cube containing the crushed remains of an entire amusement park.
06/ A 102 year old transport ship sprouts a forest.
07/ A cotton candy padded cell, oh my.
08/ Origami street art? YES!
09/ The best mini pool you’ve seen.
10/ Penguin library wallpaper for your walls.
The week in review…
Mixtape #25: I Try My Best
Hollywood Star Charts
Alyson Fox + & Other Stories
The Surf Cafe Cookbook
Son of a Sailor Supply
Have a Cocktail on Crispin Finn
Two Thousand Thirteen Stripes