Tokyo-based 1/6 figure collector and artist ジェノ (@jeno_figure) has created a Hyperrealistic Toy Story’s Wood Figure. It looks really, well, realistic and that’s what make it all that unsettling looking at it.
Cloud is one of the many nature’s phenomena and one that we can’t touch, let alone sit on it. No, wait. Actually, you know what? As it turns out, you can not only shove your head in a cloud, you can actually sit on a cloud, or at least Okinawa-based designer Shota Urasaki can.
When was the last time you kill time with the good’ol maze? Never? I know right. Traditional maze can be kind of dull. However, if you are a fan of Transformers, specifically the G1 Transformers, you are in luck.
Typewriter is just an antiquated gadget to most people, but James Cook, it is his “paintbrush”. Cook is a typewriter artist who creates illustrations and portraits with nothing but a piece of paper and a typewriter.
Cel-shading in the model making is nothing new. But this one here by Japanese artist, sculptor, modeler and diorama maker, Annkoromoti, absolutely blew our mind. When we first lay eyes on it, we seriously thought it was a screen grab of the 1982’s Super Dimension Fortress Macross anime in 4K.
You’d be surprise what artisans working for big companies can come up with when given free rein to do whatever they desire. Alright. That may be only applicable to craftsman Yusuke Kadoi.
You have seen LEGO enthusiasts done it, now LEGO is offering you the official products. We are talking about pop-art ‘posters’ created from LEGO elements. Yes. You heard that right. LEGO Art Sets are here and they are further prove that LEGO is taking adult collectors more seriously than ever before.
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.
This COVID-19 pandemic could changed the way we live our lives moving forward. For example, people would be more wary about close contacts and perhaps, a face mask would be, sadly, the new normal.
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.