Artist Nicolas Lampert has combined his love for meat based products and landscape art and created Meatscapes! Personally, i am disappointed by the lack of an appearance of our favourite pig based product…Bacon! Its nowhere to be found! more examples at Inventor Spot
“Imagine walking into a department store or any big box store, and while browsing an aisle you find a display where packages hang; which, at first glance, seem to contain large action figures. Upon closer inspection, you realize they are actually bizarre, altered, bipedal mammals sealed in a plastic bubble where they uneasily rest in… Continue reading Gen-pets. Genetically Engineered Pets for Sale.
An advertising campaign for the Italian based Sparring Partner Gym…
Not too much as it turns out. This great concept by MAID student Harry White tries to use unfamiliar units such as “half a human brain” etc as a way to “better conceptualize certain scientific constructs”. He has also created a recipe book that uses these units. How funny does that sound! “Put flour in… Continue reading How does a T-Rex brain measure up? Get your jugs out…
Yes, it’s exactly what he looks like: a collectible vinyl vibrator. Posted by Montejorge – Bem Legaus!
This eye catching ad is for plaster maker Hansaplast. .. It would have been sooo much better if they had comp’ed real fire engines and helicopters etc in there. (click on the images to zoom in) It just doesnt work close up. A great idea, just badly executed in my opinion. via
In an advertising campaign to boost the profile of the show American Psycho in New Zealand, Saatchi and Saatchi NZ have produced a cheeky billboard ad which uses a picture of “a real American Psycho”… via
An art film by Wim Delvoye features macro closeups of zits popping. Lovely stuff! If your an avid fan of zit popping footage, take a look here, here and here! (About Blank seems to be becoming zit popping central!) via
I try my best, i really do, but you just cant help the mass of cables thats an unavoidable result of having so many boxes under the TV. With this Cable Carpet, by designer Britta Boehne, the cables become part of the carpet itself. via
This is the breadburning art of London based artist David Reimondo. An accidental breakfast burning incident obviously sparked something in his head that resulted in these odd pieces of artwork created by covering parts of the slice of bread while burning the exposed part. Put loads of these burnt slices together and what have you… Continue reading Who would have thought…burning your breakfast can be art!