Apocalyptic Sculptures by Kris Kuksi Kris Kuksi is a 36-year-old sculptor from Missouri, USA. His sculptures are created out of discarded toys, old mechanical parts and other tossed away items. The sheer amount of detail within is work is truly incredible. He is able to create entire worlds that almost appear frozen in time. According to Kuksi’s artist statement, his work is “feeling that he has always belonged to the ‘Old World’. In any case, Kuksi’s mindblowingly detailed toy sculptures remind us that trash and discarded materials can be refashioned into nearly anything we want. Awesome Illustrations by Nacho Diaz Some beautiful and creative illustrations by talented artist Nacho Diaz ↑ Back to top
Solar System Scope Art From Code » Blog Archive » Random Lissajous Webs Start out as Lissajous Curves, but velocity is allowed to vary randomly. This entry was posted in lines, particles. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. or leave a trackback. Real Life of Up Une belle initiative par la chaîne National Geographic avec ce concept de reconstitution de la maison du film Up (La Haut) des studios Pixar. Un lancement effectué depuis un terrain de Los Angeles, avec plus de 300 ballons à l’hélium et une maison grandeur nature. Shinybinary - Art and designs of Nik Ainley Wonderful Lord of the Rings Art That Goes On And On SExpand Have some more. There's always a lot of talk on the net about how WoW is trash, or Blizzard ruined Warcraft, or this or that or blah blah blah, but at the end of the day, they still put a huge amount of love in to their stories. He also did an absolutely stunning and exact rendition of the story that Blizzard created for the first Pandaren emperor in Mists, the most recent expansion. Have some more! The story of Arthas, potentially Warcraft's most compelling character. The 'ancient' lore of Warcraft.
lego-slide1.jpg (JPEG Image, 580x352 pixels) Incomplete, yet with absolutely no sense of loss Incomplete, yet with absolutely no sense of loss “Birth of a Thought” Susan Aldworth (1955) works in etching, digital print, film and installation. Lego Blockbuster Posters This summer we have a bunch of scifi / fantasy / adventure movies that are coming to the big screen for us to spend our hard-earned dollars on. NEXT movie decided to make a great compilation of these films and present them in LEGO format for you to love and enjoy. Read on to see them all. Also, if you remember back a while, next movie also made these LEGO posters for Oscar Nominations. [ nextmovie.com ]
Op art Op Art Illusion design works that look like op art. Please note that this page could make you feel sick. "A pulser" The figure appears to scintillate. Moreover, rings of subjective color are observed. Copyright A.Kitaoka 2003 "Mesh spirals" The figure appears to scintillate. "Flemming's rules" Something appears to run in the circular clouds (visual phantoms). "Flip-flop" The figure appears to scintillate. "Falling snow" The figure appears to scintillate. "Op autumn" White patches appear to scintillate. "Rokuyo stars"* *Rokuyo is kind of week made up of 6 days: Sensho, Tomobiki, Sembu, Butsumetsu, Taian and Shakko. Six white circles appear to scintillate. Related reference: scintillating lustre by Pinna, Ehrenstein and Spillmann (2002) rokuyo.cdr (CorelDRAW) "A time tunnel" Color blobs appear to scintillate. "Matataki"* *scintillation Caution!! "A color curtain" Color lines appear to scintillate. "Treasure box" Color squares appear to scintillate. "Jiggle" The surround appears to jiggle and scintillate. "Warp"