Summer sketchbook by artist Jeremyville capturing images from the Lower East Side.
Day 6 in Dominic Wilcox's Speed Creating project for the up-coming Anti- Design Festival, London. Today he made some lampshades out of bread dough.
What would the world look like if Google Maps icons were real? “Google’s World” is a cool series of drawings by Spanish illustrator Alejo Malia.
Fashion illustration by Don Oehl.
Sylvain Chomet (of The Triplets of Belleville) creates an animated version of The Illusionist, based on the script of the legendary Jacques Tati.
You can still catch the Threadbare, Drawings in Thread byDebbie Smyth at the Manchester Craft and Design Centre.
Shepard Fairey and Tom Servais created this incredible image for The Surfrider Foundation. It captures the Jaws wave off Maui.
Say exactly what you mean with these letterpressed fill in the blank cards.
Ryan Hays - Untitled Biological Landscape series. 2008.
Amazing Bigfoot solo show, Ominous Compositions from the Magic Mountains at Hurley’s )( Space - from smoke monsters to greet you, garage monsters, murals, and amazing woody pieces!
'Measuring Angst' sculpture by Jonathan Schipper.
'If you could' wood bench by Damien Poulain and Jorre van Ast.
'Num' animation video by Andrey Nepomnyaschev.
'Logo Tourist ' serigraphy on paper art project by Risto-Jussi Isopahkala. Logotourist mixes iconic landmarks and commercial logos. It features logos from the hundred most valuable brands.
'The Eggbot' by Evil Mad Science is an open-source art robot that can draw on spherical or egg-shaped objects from the size of a ping pong ball to that of a small grapefruit.
'"WRONGWRITEORWRONG'' THE GADGET' by graffiti artist Daniel Tagno.
Converse Spark Creativity Exhibit
Artworks made out of old and worn out shoes.
This is one entry that was remarkable, the title suit very much "PEGASHOES"
IM is a series of porcelain bracelets that are handpainted on the inside. Every motif is limited to 3 pieces only. Great idea by german designer Christian Metzner.
Since the debut of Batman on screen in 1943, the Caped Crusader has gone through transformation after transformation, costume change after costume change, some more subtle than others.
Takashi Murakami Exhibition at the Château de Versailles as photographed awesomely by Flickrer, ganymede2009.
Nice short documentary on the inner workings of Threadless.
Brand new print of an illustration called 'Starman', by Zara Picken.
Sixty paperweights by Enzo Mari
Anish Kapoor's "Turning the World Upside Down" at the Kensington Gardens from September 28th, 2010 to March 13th, 2011.
Beautiful artwork by french illustrator Alice Dufay.
Vincent Fournier's 'Man Machine' film and stills feature some of the latest robot technology interacting with humans and the built environment.
The 'Design for You' project by HermanMiller started today working with 5 artists to create 5 custom painted Eames Rocker chairs, each chair can be won by entering online at HermanMiller.
Perrier Jouët’s Dandy Ball ~ a gorgeous series of artwork by Fashion illustrator, Kareem Iliya. Muses, Dandies, and Champagne...
'Ocean of Light : Surface'. A project led by Squidsoup, uses bespoke hardware to create dynamic, interactive and three-dimensional sculptures from light.
Partners (The Teddy Bear Project) by Ydessa Hendeles at Gwangju Art Biennale 2010. The exhibit includes over 3,000 photographs of teddy bears that date from about 1900-1940.
Christophe Coppens's 2011 Winter Collection, Birdman-Bird woman, at Droog Amsterdam.
Around mid-century, Dennison's company produced adorable sets of stationery supplies as though they were mini books in a home library.
The Kubik installation of stacked water tanks by Balestra Berlin is back in Berlin after traveling the globe for 4 years.
Tom Haubrick's eerie illustrations are pretty amazing.
Parisian street-art photographer JR's Unframed, a collaboration with the Musée de l’Elysée and Festival Images, decorating facades of the Swiss city, Vevey, with giant reproductions of iconic works.
anastassia elias makes stunning silhouette diorama's in toilet paper rolls...
"Colour Rhapsody" is a book about the origin of hearing and the impact of music on our brains. Optical and acoustic experiments make it possible to "see" music in a different way.
A behind the scenes look at the making of 24th of January by Jeff Finley.
a set of 13 screen printed post-er cards, designed by Bandito Design Co. as self promotion for their 1 year anniversary of making things.
Poster sized map prints telling a little story about a historic moment during the life of a city. The longitude / latitude is your clue to where that city lies.
Wow - this incredible obelisk in Santa Rosa is made from 340 bicycles!
'Louis XXI' human porcelain by Andrea Branzi.
Beautiful hand sculpted anatomical models of popular childrens toys by artist Jason Freeny
Philip Valdez creates Steampunk mechs with paper and cardboard. The Victorian mech is completely made of paper and is incredibly detailed as a Steampunk model.
'Isla Flotante' by Pedro Reyes. This floating island is a site-specific permanent work for the bay of Caletilla, Acapulco.
Google.it today is gray. But write down what you're seraching and... oh! Every letter you type gives color to a letter of the logo!