Optical illusion artworks painted on hands simply by talented body paint artists Annie Rally and Annie Miller.
Archive for the “art” Category
Dec 27 2012
Sep 14 2012
Wonderful headboard aquarium had been created for Furnitureland South by Wayde King and Brett Raymer of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing. Relaxed bed along with big customized aquarium which retains 650 gallons of water and is all around you when sleeping.
Apr 14 2012
Unique sculptures made out of PVC pipes by Korean artist Kang Duck-Bong. Amazing three-dimensional creations appear to be moving at high speed. To enhance the illusion, talented sculptor covered each sculpture with layers of urethane paint.
Apr 12 2012
Creative optical illusion at Southside shopping centre in London tricked people into thinking that the floor of the elevator has collapsed. When the doors opened, scared people were only a step away from falling into a deep elevator shaft. Or at least that is what it seemed. 3D Illusion of a hole in the middle of the elevator was created to prepare the British public for the launch of Alton Towers Resort’s new attraction – Nemesis Sub-Terra. Terrifying ride will take you underground beneath the theme park into a system of dark and scary caves.
Apr 12 2012
Beautiful horses created out of driftwood by talented artist Heather Jansch. Each driftwood sculpture is unique. Larger sculptures have metal frames, are coated with fibreglass, and held together with steel wire and screws.
Apr 11 2012
Intelligent particles, the size of dust grains, are programmed to fill nonexistent shapes (the mathematical problem of geometry packing). The “know” their relative position inside the imaginary form (i.e. distance from hull or center) and take on a color relative to it.
Mar 14 2012
You might remember the recent saga of the Steve Jobs action figure. It was announced. Detailed pictures surfaced. Apple wasn’t pleased. The action figure was canceled. There’s a new Steve Jobs toy on the block, and this one might stand a better chance of making it into your hands. The iCEO comes courtesy of Throwboy, a pillow company known for tech-related products like Facebook-themed pillows and text messaging pillows with “OMG” and “wtf” on them. The iCEO is unmistakeably Steve Jobs, even though his name doesn’t appear anywhere on the product page.