A food creation with zero calories and packed with lots of creativity. Lego pizza sculpture with lego salad and soda.

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Sure the actors and the story line are most prominent aspects of a film, but sometimes we need to step back and understand what goes on behind the scenes and fully appreciate all the hard work that goes into production.

The zero-gravity scene in Inception is not computer trickery, it’s the real deal. Watch this never seen before 10 minute documentary comprised of the Director of Photography, Special Effects Supervisor, Chief Lighting Technician, Production Designer, director Christopher Nolan, and actor Joseph Gordon Levitt, all explaining how they filmed the rotating corridor and zero gravity fight sequences for the movie.

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Design Inspiration, a dose of eye candy to highlight artworks that we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. In our last edition, Design Inspiration #31, we covered the superhero Thor. Today we step beyond into the world of sci-fi and highlight Robots.

by Rob Hunt

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You cannot get more durable than this. You might just find this on James Bond himself…the Stainless Steel Wallet. Sure there are no logos and it’s quite plain, but considering what the advantages are, you may never have to buy another wallet ever again.

Product Description: Woven from 25,000 flexible stainless-steel threads that are three times thinner than a piece of paper–.001″–for a wallet that’s as smooth as silk yet stronger than leather. Impervious to stretching or staining and resistant to corrosive salts and acids, the stainless steel is the same metal fabric used in architecture and aerospace applications for its unsurpassed durability.

Resistant to corrosive materials such as salts, acids, and seawater, the tightly woven steel also passively resists radio-frequency hacking–the latest identity theft technique that attempts to scan newer credit cards.

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The creative design team at Burlesque, a Minneapolis-based graphic design & full-service screenprinting studio, creates some awesome gig posters. Here are 12 samples of designs they have done for grammy-winning Arcade Fire, Pearl Jam, Flight of the Conchords, and MGMT to name a few.

You can visit their website Burlesque Design to see more of their work or find them on Gig Posters.

Riding high off the success of Black Swan, we’ll be seeing more and more of Mila Kunis, which is fine by us. Her she is gracing the cover of the April 2011 issue of W magazine Korea.

Craig McDean photographed the cover.


Poster artist extraordinaire, Todd Slater, has two new posters available, ‘1986’ and ‘1987’. Grab em’ while they’re hot, they always sell out.

1986 – Rainbow foil hologram paper

1987 – Rainbow foil hologram paper

Available on Todd Slater’s website.

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