Camera Gardens of André Feliciano

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Brazilian artist André Feliciano creates beautiful gardens out of tiny plastic cameras that are made to look like flowers and other sorts of vegetation. A clever idea that’s works incredibly well. Check out more on his blog.


Instaglasses Filter Real Life

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German designer, Markus Gerke has come up with the idea of Instagram filters built into a pair of sunglasses. Since the proposal, many people have started working on the project, and we are eagerly waiting for these Instagramic sunglasses known as Instaglasses.


Pictogram Rock Posters

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Illustrator Viktor Hertz is back with a fun new series called Pictogram Rock Posters. His most ambitious work to date, this set crams in a total of 234 song pictograms into 8 different posters. Hertz has been working on this personal project for the last five months.

This is my most ambitious, and maybe also the best, personal work I’ve done so far. I decided to pick a few bands and artists from the rock genre and make pictogram posters for them. Instead of just putting one single pictogram in each poster, like in my previous ‘Pictogram music posters’, I made as many as I could possibly come up with for each artist, and jammed them into one single poster. There is a total of 234 song pictograms in these posters. I started this project Jan 15th 2012, so I’ve been working on this for about five months. I am really happy and proud to be able to present them now.


Via Behance.


Origami Shadow Art by Kumi Yamashita

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In 2011, famed shadow artist Kumi Yamashita was commissioned by American Express to create a unique work of art for their Tribeca, New York office lobby.

She first invited all American Express employees to be a part of her installation by taking a photo of their profile. Since the size of the space only allowed for 22 pieces, Kumi then chose 22 employee faces. Then, right on site, she worked with shadows and light to create these origami style pieces that, when hit with just the perfect light source, reveal actual faces!


Via mymodernmet


Minister’s Treehouse: The World’s Tallest Treehouse

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The world’s largest treehouse sits in the small town of Crossville, Tennessee, and took 14 years and 258,000 nails for minister Horace Burgess to build. Burgess began working on the structure in 1994 when he had a vision in which God spoke to him and said, “If you build me a treehouse, I’ll see you never run out of material.”

Soaring 100 feet high, the entire building wraps around seven giant white oak trees and covers nearly 10,000 square. All of this was with reclaimed wood and without blueprints. It cost the 56-year-old landscape architect around $12,000 to construct the world’s biggest treehouse.


Image Sources: Flickr, Kristinsweeting


Popular Beverages Photographed Using a Microscope

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‘Fingerprints of Drinkable Culture’ is a series by Phoenix, Arizona-based photographer William LeGoullon who looks at the world’s top five most-consumed man-made beverages (tea, beer, coffee, wine and cola) as scientific specimens.

About his series, he writes:

‘My latest works express my fascination with beverages, the variety of methodical processes through which we craft them, and the detailed makeup of each liquid we drink. Stemming from my work as both an artist and as a barista and bartender, my interest is in concocting a recipe of beverage culture, art, and science with regard to what we as humans consume. I am continually inspired by observing what has been left behind and the clues that inspire examination. In this series, I treat the world’s top five most consumed man-made beverages like scientific specimens, allowing each liquid sample to dry before photographing them using a microscope. The resulting images provide us with a chance to analyze these fingerprints of drinkable culture as an act of art consumption.’

Coffee

Tea

Wine

Wine

Cola

Beer

Coffee

Espresso


Popular Beverages Photographed Using a Microscope

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‘Fingerprints of Drinkable Culture’ is a series by Phoenix, Arizona-based photographer William LeGoullon who looks at the world’s top five most-consumed man-made beverages (tea, beer, coffee, wine and cola) as scientific specimens.

About his series, he writes:

‘My latest works express my fascination with beverages, the variety of methodical processes through which we craft them, and the detailed makeup of each liquid we drink. Stemming from my work as both an artist and as a barista and bartender, my interest is in concocting a recipe of beverage culture, art, and science with regard to what we as humans consume. I am continually inspired by observing what has been left behind and the clues that inspire examination. In this series, I treat the world’s top five most consumed man-made beverages like scientific specimens, allowing each liquid sample to dry before photographing them using a microscope. The resulting images provide us with a chance to analyze these fingerprints of drinkable culture as an act of art consumption.’

Coffee

Tea

Wine

Wine

Cola

Beer

Coffee

Espresso


Pictogram Music Posters by Viktor Hertz

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Graphic designer Viktor Hertz has created some excellent pictogram interpretations of popular songs. Viktor Hertz is a freelance design artist and photographer, located in Uppsala, Sweden. My main area is designing posters, I’m currently a bit obsessed with custom art movie posters, but I try to be as wide as possible.


Glowing Text Installations by Lee Jung

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South Korean artist Lee Jung created and photographed this gorgeous series of text-based light installations.


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Japanese Manhole Cover Art

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Manholes aren’t really artists’s first choice. However 95% of Japan’s 1,780 municipalities you will find artistic manhole covers unique to each city and town. It has become apart of the country’s national culture and it’s fascinating to see the different designs and styles that each town and city has chosen to represent them. With over 6,000 manhole cover artworks, it’s no surprise that spotting and photographing them has become a hobby for many.


Via MRSY on Flickr


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