At first glance, these look like vintage board games one might find on ebay, complete with frayed corners and masking tape holding them together. But look a little closer and you’ll see that they are the impressive photo realistic paintings of Missouri based artist Tim Liddy. Read more
In the past year, several sites (Treehugger, Toxel and Neatorama to name a few) have shown images of the asian art of leaf carving and more recently the Gblog from Gessato via lost at e minor, posted about the leaves again which got me wondering if you could have custom images made (the answer is yes, as you will see later in this post). Read more
Illustrator Jacob Dahlstrup took 38 days and 100 hours to complete this pencil drawing of a skull made up of detailed floral and plant life.
Pencil on paper. duration: 38 days/100 hours.
175cm x 150cm
High Quality Poster B1 format 200 grms (100x70cm)
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above: The Grand Prize winning entry in the National Gingerbread Competition featured Christmas-themed Russian Nesting Dolls by Heather Lewis.
Many gingerbread competitions feature some very amateur creations – unimpressive gumdrop laden homes with leaning chimneys, doghouses and lighthouses with lame landscaping and the like. But not the National Gingerbread Competition, which celebrated its 18th annual competition this year at the Grove Park Inn. Read more
The Edible Gingerbread Playhouse by Dylan’s Candy Bar is one of the more outrageous gifts in this year’s Neiman Marcus Christmas Book. The full-sized playhouse stands 6.6 feet tall by 5.25 feet wide and 4.1 feet deep. Read more
Fellow blogger Melodie blew me away with her version of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous Fallingwater home reproduced in gingerbread. Read more
above: The Helvetica leggings are just one of the many cool pieces of printed stretchy clothes from Black Milk.
Black Milk, a line of trendy fashions by James Lillis has been getting a lot of attention lately thanks to a post on Boing Boing which featured the fabulous Artoo and Threepio swimsuits and has resulted in a four week wait for both of the suits shown below. Read more
I spotted these 3 dimensional photographic paper portrait heads and sculptures by artist Bert Simons over at Bored Panda, so I dove a little deeper and found some more on the artist’s web site. Read more
above: Amy Stein captures a broken down vehicle and passenger on Route 84, Texas.
Thanks to the New York Times’ Wheels section, I have learned about photographer Amy Stein’s collection of broken down vehicles and their passengers. Read more