There are plates that you eat from and then there are plates that just deserved to be displayed. Neel is the latter. Designed by Hong Kong-based Italian designer Andrea Ponti, Neel is a collection of 12 one-of-a-kind hand-painted plates inspired by the designer’s recent visit to Rajasthan, in the Northwest of India.
Japanese artist doooo one up himself with a creation that loosely translates into “human meat die.” The translation does make it sound super creepy and it probably is. In reality, I think what the translation was trying to convey was a ‘human flesh die’. Die is, of course, the singular of dice.
What you see here is NOT a gunpla. Yes. It is most definitely a Gundam, but it is not a plastic model kit. It is made entirely out paper. I guess you could say it is an origami Gundam, except it took more than just folds to achieve this.
There have been remote control Tesla Cybertruck, a proposed LEGO version Cybertruck, Cybertruck-inspired gaming laptop and luxury smartphone, an unofficial scale model – both 3D printed and paper version, a Cybertruck-inspired home and now, Cybertruck Autobot Transformers.
Turning rubber duckies into an action figure may not to the taste of everyone, but I pretty sure turning a Pringles packaging into a figure will. Also coming from Japan, from YouTuber 空箱職人はるきる (loosely translates to ‘empty box craftsman’), is an excellent interpretation of the Pringles man.
I have just watched a 3D printing pen creation that reminds me of one very important lesson in life and that is, there is no short cut to success. What you see here is a sculpture of Diablo, the Lord of Terror, aka the antagonist of the Diablo video game franchise started way back in […]
A Thailand artist, Kreatworks, has a created an Incredible Hulk sculpture made entirely out of scrap auto parts. He did not called it “Hulk” for obvious legal reason, but it is the angry green beast from Marvel comics.
Have you ever wonder if iconic cartoon characters would die and if they did, what they’d look like after years of decomposition? I know. It is a morbid wonderment. Not a question to ask children for obvious reasons. Anyways, Prague-based 3D artist Filip Hodas did and he did not let his imagination goes unseen.
Japanese papercraft artist behind Kami-Robo, Tomohiro Yasui, also make original action figures. His latest non-papercraft creation, Rubber Ducky action figure, have left us mildly disturbed and amazed at the same time.
You saw how Adam Savage built a steampunk rickshaw to enable Boston Dynamics’ robotic dog Spot to haul him around. You probably have also seen how the man scratch built the fabulous Victorian/steampunk-ish rickshaw.