Artist Yuri Zupancic paints in oil or acrylic on microchips with dimensions ranging from 0.5 to 1 inch (also: 1.3 to 2.5 centimeters).
This is an advertising campaign for SM Store to promote their new line of vegetarian dog food. The posters were designed by Out of the Box.
This Jimi Hendrix mosaic was created by artist Ed Chapman. Last month, it was auctioned (sold for ¬£23,000) at the Cancer Research UK‚Äôs Sound & Vision event at Abbey Road Studios.
The “Camera Van” was created by Harrod Blank. The cameras on the van actually take pictures.
The answer to the title is NO. These images are from a project entitled “Devour” by Christopher Jonassen, which displays pictures of the bottom of worn-out frying pans.¬†
“Sticking Close to You” is a fun stop-motion video directed by Bang-Yao Liu, photographed by Wei-Chieh Tseng, and music by Fran Chen. The amazing part about this movie is that it was shot in 11 cities around the world, and the sticky notes were placed on location.
Artist Todd Mclellan dismantles diverse objects such as old typewriters, radios, cameras and more. He then intricately composes the loose pieces on a board to create these artistic, movement-like images.
An advertising campaign that uses Happydent chiclets to form portraits of Gandhi, Mother Teresa and Mandela.¬† The posters were designed by McCann Erickson (India).
Artist Bang-yao Liu recreates the city of Shanghai from colorful plastic bins, cones and other items.
When I first looked at the photos of “mirror man,” I thought it was a sculpture. But photographer SilverSky took these pictures and commented: “I was in LA and this guy shows up in a suit from head to toe made of glass. I thought it was pretty cool.” So now it is clear, that […]