Silhouettes from Vinyl Records
What you do with old vinyl records? Throw them away, keep some as memory or turned into creative works of art like these. These Silhouettes are made from vinyl records. More pictures after the jump.
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December 25, 2011 - 12:55 pm
Listen to music while you pedal! Yes you can, with this Feats Per Minute bike created by a team of Dutch designers. it is equipped with turntable inspired wheels that play vinyl records. The sound comes out of a megaphone like speaker on the back of the bicycle. Pics after the jump.
It is called Cyclisk, a monumental sculpture created by Northern California artists Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector. It is a 65-foot-tall, 10,000-pound obelisk made out of around 340 bicycles, and one tricycle. More pictures after the jump. [Woohome]
November 4, 2010 - 11:23 pm
Creating art with match sticks. It is done by artist Pei-San Ng based in Los Angeles. More pictures after the jump. [Toxel]
This is Ai Weiwei’s art, a hundred million realistic looking sunflower seeds made of porcelain. Each of the seed was hand painted by an army of 1,600 Chinese artisans and scattered all over the floor of the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in London. Due to some health and dust issue, visitors are no longer allowed […]
This Steampunk Iron Man costume has won Marvel Costume Contest at New York Comic Con 2010. It is the work of Judy Stephens. [LikeCool]
October 7, 2010 - 10:52 pm
Professional yo-yoist Chris Allen has created a35 inches across, 18 inches wide, and weighs 5.4 pounds yoyo. Allen tested it on the roof of parking garage of the National Yo-Yo Museum in Chico, California. Video after the jump. [LikeCool]
September 20, 2010 - 10:37 pm
This desk was found in the library of the Delft University of Technology. It is entirely made of recycled books. Check out more pictures after the jump. [Woohome]
Not water painting, but painting on water. Heard of that before? It is awesome, take a look after the jump. [LikeCool]
This three-dimentional art is created by Thomas Allen with cut-out characters from old pulp fiction book covers. Thomas position them into awesome action scenes. Check it out after the jump. [Woohome]