The Louvre Museum, aka Musée du Louvre, in France will remain closed until further notice to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Anyone who have purchased a ticket during this period will automatically receive a refund. But that will not leave art lovers and art researchers art-starved because, the museum has went full-on digital.
If you deep in the hobby of plastic model kits, then names like Aoshima, Bandai, Hasegawa and Tamiya should be familiar to you. And if really, really into the hobby, you would probably know that these big names in the world of plastic model kits are all located Shizuoka, a city just west of Tokyo, …
Have you ever imagine yourself bathing in a tub of LEGO bricks? Never mind if you never did because, there’s at least one guy who did and he has created a beautiful and fun LEGO kinetic art to express this desire.
The future of robots is inevitable. So, I am not sure about all the dystopia views people have. I guess some people are just resistant to change. I see no threat from robots like Spot. But I can’t speak for everyone and I most certainly can’t speak for MSCHF – the art collective behind a …
Remember Ray Studio? The Gunpla model builder who turned a smartphone into an amazing mech sculpture? He has been turning a lot other things in robots since we last featured his work. Well, this is his latest work: an electric shaver reconstructed into a futuristic robot.
Admit it. Sometime we do get envious that kids are getting cool toys from Happy Meal – especially if they are movie collaborations. At some point, we begin to ask ourselves, ‘why didn’t McDonald’s have Happy Meal for grown-ass person?’ Sadly, they won’t.
What you about to see is not the origami you and I have perceived. That’s right. The paper sculpture of a samurai warrior you see here is an origami art by Finnish artist Juho Könkkölä.
Since face mask will be the new normal, it is worth exploring different mask designs that will make us less “distance,” so to speak. Protect Your Face is one such mask design exploration.
Mention the name Jason Freeny, anatomical cutaway figures are probably the first things to pop up in most people’s mind. But in reality, Freeny is more than a cutaway figures person. He’s a sculptor too, creates other characters that does not have their innards semi exposed.
I am sure you have seen the Hokusai’s The Great Wave of Kanagawa woodblock print image many times over. This one of Japan’s most iconic images have been immortalized in LEGO bricks by Japan’s only Certified Professional LEGO Builder, Jumpei Mitsui.