Here’s another Guinness World Record we absolutely felt the need to mention because, well, Star Wars. Folks, what you see before you here is the Guinness World Records for Largest Star Wars Toothpick Sculpture.
Here’s a chance for petrol heads to own a piece of Ford’s glorious past. Le Mans Coupes Ltd, an UK importer of the Superformance GT40 evocations, is selling replica nose panels of the famed 60s Ford GT40.
Remember how everyday house objects inspired artist Eric Geusz to create some amazing illustration of spaceships? Well, one man (YouTuber SteamGeezer and Son) was in turn inspired by Eric Geusz and decided to do the same, picking out one of Geusz’s work as the based and built an actual model of it.
Remember the cool dad who turned his 6-year-old child’s doodles into “real-life versions” by the way of digital art? Obviously, there’s no way Dom’s dad could have created real life oddly proportioned creatures, but Chris Salomone, on the hand, actually turned his son’s drawing into real life version.
I got a little trippy looking at 2020 Cats+Dogs Space Journey Calendar by Brazilian graphic designer Otavio Santiago. It does not help especially after I, coincidentally, re-watched the entire season 1 of Rick and Morty.
Between reserving the controversial Cybertruck and awaiting for its delivery in 2021 (or 2022, for the tri-motor model), all you can do now is to dream about it. Or you could roll up your sleeves and fold one paper model for yourself.
Yes. It has happened! The Far Side, the single-panel comic created by American cartoonist Gary Larson that once graced newspapers, finally has an official home online. True fans will understand the significant of this event.
Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan whom most us remember as the artist behind the quirky BMW “Spaghetti Car” and the solid gold toilet shook the art world when he duct taped a banana to a wall and selling it for $120,000.
There are awesome things that words can described and then there are awesome things that they do not need narration of any kind. The 1887 Batman by art director Mohanad Hossam is a shiny example of the latter.
Remember Devolved Parliament, Banksy’s work from 2009 depicting a bunch of chimpanzees as members of the House of Commons? Well, it was a record sale for the British street artist.