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Fauxtoshop: 15 Phenomenal Forced-Perspective Photos

How do you make a full-sized commercial airplane look like a toy, or give the illusion that your human subject is touching a cloud? Photoshopis an easy answer, but a much more low-tech method produces results that are just as amazing: forced perspective photography. Just as in filmmaking when miniatures convincingly stand in for buildings, […]

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Great In The Sack: 15 Weird & Wonderful Shopping Bags

Calling all shopaholics and sacks addicts: we’ve got your fun bags right here! These 15 weird & wonderful shopping bag designs take the concept of “love handles” to a whole new level while consigning the basic, bland, brown bag to the boredom bin. Shopping Unplugged (images via: Ads Of The World)You know those Smart Electricity […]

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Art On The Fly: 10 Examples Of Zany Zipper Art

All praise the zipper: the ubiquitous, maintenance-free, no muss, no fuss fastener that trumps both buttons and Velcro! Zippers operate smoothly, silently and safely day in and day out, often in close proximity to our most sensitive bodily parts yet they rarely – “There’s Something About Mary” excepted – cause us anxiety or grief. These […]

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Single-Serving Wine Glass is a Perfect Picnic or Party Ware

We drink beer from bottles, but even with a small single-serving wine bottle there is always a glass – so why not combine the two in to one and save everyone some hassle? These plastic glasses might not go over well at a formal dinner party, but for a toast-on-the-go or quick picnic they could […]

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44 Creative Logo Designs with hidden symbols

Since I found out that the Carrefour logo (French supermarket chain) had a hidden “c” (in white), I started seeing a lot of logos with hidden stuff. Here you have some: Carrefour Living in France and having Carrefour supermarket all around Europe, it is only now that I realized that there is a “C” in […]

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Human Furniture Art

Anthropomorphic design is nothing new, but these furniture objects are quite literally made of people. A cross between art photography,performance artand home furniture design, these strange shots show us a surreal artistic perspective on everyday household objects. These photographs may not be safe for work … nor are the creations they depict safe, and they do not […]

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107 creative business cards

This are some of the most creative business cards you can find in Internet. Enjoy!

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Painted Alive: Boldly Brilliant Body Paintings

Craig Tracy is dedicated to creating surreal moments in time. Without the use of digital manipulation or photographic tricks, he creates dazzling body painting compositions that have elevated this particular type of artistic expression into the realm of fine art. He recently opened a gallery in New Orleans: the first gallery in the world dedicated […]

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Camouflaged Human Canvas: Faux Body Art by Kim Joon

[ By Steph in Gadgets & Geek Art, Urban & Street Art. ] Jumbles of beheaded bodies, limbs entwined, torsos twisting, hands reaching out – in compositions that are both glaringly Asian-influenced and psychedelic – call to mind some orgiastic body painting experiment, until you focus on the strange perspective and profusion of hands in […]

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Righteous Wrappings: 33 Incredible Packaging Designs

[ By Delana in Architecture & Design, Guerilla Marketing & Ads, Subvertising & Counter-Ads. ] They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but there are times when the packaging matters just as much as what’s inside. When you’re shopping for anything from a bottle of juice to a new pair of shoes, […]

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grove: bamboo cases for iPhones

For $99 you can have a unique iPhone cover made of wood (bamboo) that fits your iPhone to the micrometer. Take a look to their website: grove These are beautiful, unique and expensive cases to make your iphone a unique piece in harmony with the nature. You can buy a plain case for $89 or […]

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walking men

Walking Men 99™ is a site-specific Public Art Installation, surrounding the site of the upcoming Four Seasons Hotel in NYC’s Downtown area, a photographic collage of 99 pedestrian traffic-light icons collected from around the world. The installation will remain on display for one year, starting January 16th, 2010 through January 15th, 2011.

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Furama Hotel Spa by Formwerkz

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The Cement Factory Loft in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill

LoftLife takes a look into The Cement Factory loft, Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill’s legendary and unusual live/work complex in Barcelona. Originally, the space was, in fact, a cement factory but it also resembles a cathedral with its high, narrow windows and gothic-style arches. Today, the factory serves as Ricardo’s personal home, as well as offices, laboratories, […]

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Human Canvas: Body Painting Meets Fine Art

Emma Hack has made a name for herself as one of the most creative and visionary Australian artists to come along in years. But she doesn’t work on canvas or clay; her medium is the beautiful form of the human body. Hack began her career as a makeup artist, hairdresser and children’s face painter. But […]

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