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Outstanding Contorting Sculptures of New York Skyscrapers

Posted  January 31, 2013  by  Destroyer

Alexandre Arrechea graduated from the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA) of Havana in 1994…

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Photography

Freestanding Sculptures by Peter McFarlane

Posted  January 26, 2013  by  Destroyer

The free standing figurative sculptures generated a narrative with the identity and recognition of the objects explicit in the activity of the figures. The figures gave the work a grounding and scale, a touchstone. The rust represented a patina of history and emphasized the obsolete, blending with the dynamic, though sometimes perilous, activity of the […]

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Design

20 Very Creative Products by Ototo Design

Posted  January 23, 2013  by  Destroyer

Ori Saidi and Daniel Gassner met in Tel Aviv at ascola School of art and Design in 1999. It was the beginning of a beautiful friendship. While at school, they designed a spiral-shaped light fixture together – a project which would later become the prototype for one of Ototo’s bestselling items – “poing” fruit basket. 1. Rainbow Highlighters […]

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Inspiration

Sculptures Obtained by Cylindrical Reflections

Posted  January 21, 2013  by  Destroyer

Johannesburg-born, London-based sculptor Jonty Hurwitz constructs incredibly complex anamorphic structures whose true forms can only be seen through precise perspectives. Some of his creations feature an abstract figure circling a metallic cylinder whose purpose is simply to reveal a recognizable shape within its reflection. In the piece titled Rejuvenation, the chrome cylinder in the center […]

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15 Mind-Blowing Designs of Backpacks

Posted  January 17, 2013  by  Destroyer

A backpack (also called rucksack, knapsack, packsack, pack) is, in its simplest form, a cloth sack carried on one’s back and secured with two straps that go over the shoulders, but there can be exceptions. Lightweight types of backpacks are sometimes worn on only one shoulder strap.Backpacks in general fall into one of four categories: […]

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Shadow of the Colossus 500gb external hard drive

Posted  January 9, 2013  by  Destroyer

This is an 500GB external hard drive built in the form of Quadratus by Redditor foxfoxwaltz. Quadratus is the second colossus in Shadow of the Colossus, one of the best games ever made. I, for one, would be honored for Quadratus to guard all my important files. “You don’t have any important files.” Nope! But […]

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Technology

Amazing Steampunk Nintendo Console

Posted  January 4, 2013  by  Destroyer

Nintendo’s 8-bit video game console is one of the relics from the last century and is already sold as a vintage gadget. A gaming enthusiast has gone ahead and modded the Nintendo console in a Steampunk manner and the results are pretty amazing…

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Design

Incredible dragon made of 40,000 golden button

Posted  October 3, 2012  by  Destroyer

Artist Robin Protz created an incredible suspended sculpture of a dragon made up of 40,000 golden buttons hanging from 4,000 fluorocarbon lines. The massive 18’x12’x8′ piece was an early favorite at ArtPrize, the world’s largest art competition going on now in…

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Denmark’s Uniquely Shaped Geodesic Dome

Posted  October 1, 2012  by  Destroyer

This incredibly complex geometric structure by Copenhagen-based architects Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen exemplifies the cooperative culmination of creative architecture, efficient design, and mathematic construction.

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