Icelandic graphic artist Siggeir Hafsteinsson creates some fantastic digital art works as part of his Airvalance series. The pieces are basic and geometrical while at the same time appearing animated and tangible.
The Happy Finish CGI team have gone back in time to recreate Saarinen's 1960s iconic Flight Center (Terminal 5 of JFK airport New York, featured in the movie "Catch me of you can") entirely in CGI so it can be accessed & used as a shoot location. Pretty nifty!
MDF bird toys by Our children’s gorilla. Their line is innovative, original, fun, creative and simply functional. They encourage creativity and imagination and they strive to produce timeless classics with a sense of humour.
Loving Reflect, Joshua Davis's new iPhone App, allows you to work with shapes and colors, to design your own works of art - then view in a reflective kaleidoscope! 'Like having a crazy tattoo laden generative artist in your pocket'
Created by Mark Klug, an applied science student from Austria, the Daysailer looks sleek and powerful, yet simple and modern in design. At 15 meters long and 21 meters high, the yacht is strikingly beautiful and universally appealing.
Weedrobes is a series of ephemeral sculptures linking the bodies and the environment. These eco-wearables are made from live plant materials such as leaves, flowers and branches! great idea and amazing effect!
Taung Kalat, located in central Burma, thirty miles or so from the ancient city of Bagan towers above the earth like some sort of giant’s sand castle. Atop it there is a Buddhist monastery which rests upon a precipitous volcanic plug.