Archive for July, 2010

Brian Stauffer is a contributing artist to many publication including The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The New Yorker, The Nation, The Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Esquire, GQ, and over 300 others worldwide, Brian’s illustrations are best known for its conceptual take on social issues. He is also is the recipient of the 2010 Editorial [...]

French illustrator Bruno Mallart’s digital collages are fun and surrealistic. In his technique he uses a mixture of watercolor, gouache, and pencil. All on paper mounted on wood.

Move over Mummenschanz, there’s a new kid in town. Well, new to us anyway. I gather we’ve been hiding under a rock because they have been around since 1981 and have never heard of it before. Momix is mesmerizing movement theater. That’s our term for it. Actually it’s a troupe of illusionist dancers who use [...]

Flapjacks inspired by Heidi Kenney’s Yummy Breakfast keychain series, from Kid Robot. This 12-inch plush features embroidered eyes, mouth, syrup & raised pat of butter. Makes us hungry.

One word describes this cutting edge Cage Cuff Calfskin Bracelet from Fleet Ilya. Hawt! Classy biker chic meets rock n’roll.

Creatures, critters, characters, and females encompass the artworks of talented artist/illustrator Chris Kisler. Drawing his own comics as a youngster before he could even read them, Chris Kisler began artistic studies at a relatively early age. With fun and daring often taking precedence over glory and riches, Chris Kisler has worked for a multitude of [...]

From Researchers Peter Barnum Srinivasa Narasimhan, and Takeo Kanade at Carnegie Mellon University comes this waterfall display which synchronizes droplets of water that projects images onto a series of water screens, one behind the other, to give depth to the image. Each screen is formed by water droplets falling from 50 stainless-steel needles. The needles [...]

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