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Into the Future: Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic

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It looks like a vehicle coming out of ZZ Top video but from “The 5th Element” era. This concept design is inspired by the Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic; developed in 3D by Bruno Delussu. It is intended to be a fantasy car, something that would not be too functional on some roads. The designer’s motto is: “As long as a human can imagine, he can create whatever he wants.

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Big LOVE

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It doesn’t matter who or what you love, as long as you show it.

Inspired by Milton Glaser, Designed by Fishgun, available at Mysoti

Forgive Us Our Tresspassing – Banksy

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Of all the pieces that Banksy recently put up in Utah, I especially love this one spotted outside downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The clever stencil features a graffiti boy praying for forgiveness. “Forgive Us Our Trespassing,” it states.

More pics at My Modern Metropolis!

Ilustrations by Robert Fori

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Ilustrations by Robert Fori

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Falling Flowers

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Imagine attending a party with paper flowers suspended all around you. Find out more at www.leechangzhi.com

“Precious” Movie Poster Inspired Tutorial

ITS NOT LIFE AS WE KNOW IT!? recent works by Bret Polok

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“The Graffiti Wall” Poster

Poster design for a graffiti wall event.
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Amazing Piece: Monument Yard by Andrew Schoultz

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Measuring 11′ x 24′, “Monument Yard” by Andrew Schoultz took about one and a half years to finish, and is a monument to turbulent times.

More pics and info at My Modern Metropolis!

Inuit Mythology Project | Portraits by Eva Widermann

Meltin’Pot: Start a revolution

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“Start a revolution. The new MP 001.”

Advertising Agency: Armando Testa, Milan, Italy
Executive Creative Director: Michele Mariani
Art Directors: Francesco Guerrera, Laura Sironi
Copywriters: Nicola Lampugnani, Maria Meioli
Photographer: JeanYves Lemoigne

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The Interactive 3D Rock Paper Scissors T-Shirt

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The T-Post magazine is no stranger to ingenuity, and their latest t-shirt may just be their best yet. The T-Post Rock Paper Scissors T-Shirt is an interactive design which looks cool on its own, but comes alive when sitting in front of a webcam-enabled computer. Pull up the T-Post rock paper scissors app and a ghostly hand will reach out from your reflection on the computer screen. This hand, and its childlike voice, will engage you in a virtual game of Rock Paper Scissors. See it in action at Threadspot.

Marie Antoinette Zombie

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Shalimar Luis’ latest zombie, Marie Antoinette. Letting us know how delicious brains are.
See more of Shalimar’s work here.