This is the amazing art of Xia Xiaowan. His art is created by building up an image using many layers of glass building an extraodinary 3D image. Quite disturbing too. Theres more examples after the jump.
What do you think; a clever viral campaign by Axe (Lynx if your in the UK) or an Obama fan photoshop jobby? via
A genius marketing campaign from Rediffusion in Mumbai, India. GENIUS! To advertise the wide variety of hairstyling options available at a hair salon called Juice Salon, a picture of a man up to his forehead was pasted on the base of the escalator and then a different hairstyle was stuck on to each of its… Continue reading Escalator hairstyles
Nope, its not a scare campaign by the music industry into preventing music piracy, its one advert in a gruesome series for a safety campaign in Canada. via
Not a patch on the urban knitters we featured yesterday. Here is another urban graffiti projected called the Midas Project who seem to travel around citys spraying objects gold. ”…is a reflexion about our urban landscape and all which involves, making questions about aspect and needs. Are a collection of soft and “golden” interventions, that breaks the… Continue reading Golden Graffiti
A new advertising campaign for Hubba Bubba in Sydney invites passers by to stick their used gum on to “paint by numbers” style posters in areas corresponding to the colour/flavour of their chewy. Maybe they should try the same campaign in Seattle. Home of the famous wall of gum. via
This odd looking lump of flesh is a piece of art entitled “I can not help the way I feel” and was created by John Isaacs. Its currently on show in London at the Wellcome Collection. The way in which the flesh grows, erupts and engulfs the body can be seen as a metaphor of… Continue reading You look how I feel.
These great blood spattered mugs were created by UK design group Thabto. via
I know its an oldie…but its a classic! via
Commisioned by MessageLabs, these images are an artistic impression of what computer viruses look like graphically. They were created by Romanian arist Alex Dragulescu using actual code provided by MessageLabs from each of the viruses. Dragulescu’s projects are experiments and explorations of algorithms, computational models, simulations and information visualizations that involve data derived from databases,… Continue reading What do computer viruses actually look like…