Analog Alarm Clock

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When I was fifteen I had one of those old school black rectangular alarm clocks that sounded like nails scrapping across a chalk board. It drove me mad until one day I woke up and threw it across the room. Apparently designer Jamie McMahon has had the same experience and decided to make a solution. [...]

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Liquid Font by Ruslan Khasanov

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If you’ve ever seen the movie Helvetica you know about the niche community of designers that focus their entire lives on this trade. Ruslan Khasanov created a new font au revoir, by pouring wet ink on wet paper to form each letter and then shot nearly 600 digital photos. Ruslan sorted through the plethora of [...]

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Scott Weaver, Kinetic Sculpture

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Patients is a virtue right? Well in art, abortively! Thirty five years ago Scott Weaver started on this toothpick kinetic sculpture. This is way before I was even born, it’s hard to even imagine the dedication that this took. The sculpture is designed of multiple “tours” of the bay area. When you drop a ping-pong [...]

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Miso Wheat Pasting

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Wheat pasting usually comes in the form of posters on the street. You know the big wooden boards that sit in the city streets that have a million movie posters on them with half of them torn. Australian artist Miso (Stanislava Pinchuk) takes a new approach with wheat pasting and uses it to beautify the [...]

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Nesting Doll

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I never thought I would do a blog post about dolls but the time has finally come. The painted anatomical nesting dolls from Stuntkid illustrator Jason Levesque are amazing in concept and style. (via This is colossal)

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Festival of Color

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Wanting to test out the slow motion setting on his Cannon 7d  Brian Thompson grab a couple shots of the Festival of Colors, also known as Holi, at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Utah. What Brian thought was going to be a test came out amazing and I don’t think I’m [...]

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Graham Caldwell Otherwordly Sculptures

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Brooklyn-based artist Graham Caldwell has a distinctive style using a variety of blown glass, steel, epoxy, mirrors, and other materials to create these out of this world sculptures. Personally the work that he does with mirrors grabs my attention and I could spend a lot of time looking into each individual mirror to see what [...]

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