Fascinating isn't it? But wait, look closer, and you find yourself staring at tampons! Reminds me of my previous posts about Gummi Bears. At least you know this one's inedible! I wonder how many tampons were used in the making of this chandelier! :P
Ever wonder where all the old/used tyres go? Well, they get recycled of course! Here's one way how, create a kick ass giant sized sculpture! Below are some sculptures created by talented (tyre) artists.
” My desire as an metal artist working internationally is to design artwork which fits into the broader cultural context as well as the ambiance…
Skinput is like a whole new way of controlling things me thinks. It could become part of a skin-based interface that effectively turns your body into a touchscreen. Developed by Chris Harrison from Carnegie Mellon University, and Desney Tan and Dan Morris of Microsoft Research. More details here.…
I noticed that Yulia Brodskaya had been featured here on My Modern Met before, and it's great that she's receiving some recognition for her work. I decided to post more of her recent(
Ever since I read Alice's blog post regarding amazing light photography by TCB, I've been hooked! You got to love what light can do to pictures. And animation for that matter!!
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So you've seen a sleek motorcyle, and you've seen a sleek car, but have you ever seen the two fused into one? Well, neither did I, until I came across this.
I want this in my room!! Sorry to burst your bubble cause though they look sweet and tempting, they're not edible! Handstrung by Kevin Champeny, with approximately 5,000 acrylic gummi bears with a 31" diameter, it's a process that takes about 2 months to complete, and only 10 will be made, with each one slightly different.
They also sell gummi lights, which are… Continue