Notes from Funnybee website: “Mystified residents have been baffled by empty milk bottles appearing on their doorsteps for months with intricate art etchings created by an artist that’s been dubbed as ‘Pic-glasso’ and ‘Bottle Banksy’ after the enigmatic guerilla graffiti artist whose work appears overnight on buildings across Britain that continually escapes unseen.”
about who the secret artist is…
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From Spoonfed Design
Kim Høltermand is a great photographer whose main focus is architectural photography. Take a look at some of Høltermand’s amazing pieces. The buildings in these pictures are also very cool.
50’s and 60’s American Concept Cars.
Let’s face it, there’s only so much you can do with a sofa or a bed frame. But lamps? The possibilities are endless! We all know that one of the easiest ways you have to light a dark corner in any room or add some atmospheric lighting to your living-room area, is to place your choice of lamp. In this article you can see 40 of the most creative lamp designs that you can find on the internet these days. Enjoy the 40 of the most creative lamp designs !
Tessa Farmer describes her work as ‘a tool to realise imaginative possibilities that might otherwise linger unseen, just beneath the surface’. The tiny fairies and hell’s angels she creates from plant and tree roots owe their scale to the insect wings which sprout from theirbacks. Although Farmer declares that they are growing smaller still!
Scene 360’s Video Channel selection of the day: “Magnetic Ink.” A project created with Processing by flight404. Audio by Flashbulb (“In an Instant” from the album “Red Extensions Of Me”). This is a time-based documentation of how the Magnetic Ink prints are created. The orbital vector is quite noticeable in this video. Beautiful to watch!
Notes from Supertouchart.com: “Created by visionary designers FASHION ARCHITECTURE TASTE (aka: ‘FAT‘) especially for inclusion in ‘From Now to Eternity,’ a show exploring the use of plastic that took place during The London Design Festival last month, ‘Soft Hercules‘captures a classical bust of the Greek god in soft “memory foam” rubber that easily molds to the occupant’s nether region when sat upon.” (Featured at Scene 360 Illusion)