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Artist Recreate Childhood Memories Through Mind-blowing Dioramas

Eddie Putera is a Malaysian artist with a knack for creating super realistic dioramas of his childhood memories. Scenes like tattered shop houses, complete with fruits store and a person repairing air conditioner, a K-bike parked idly on broken planks besides a tree and a run-down shed, and more were vividly recreated. Rapid urbanization may have taken away those good old scenes, but they are very much alive through Eddie Putera’s magical hands. Continue reading Artist Recreate Childhood Memories Through Mind-blowing Dioramas

Artist Turned An Acura NSX Into A Drawing Of Itself With A Wrap

While many artists are devoted to create hyperrealistic arts and drawings, one artist, Joshua Vides, goes the opposite direction. You see, Jason has the flair of turning what’s real into drawings, a theme which he calls reality to idea. Joshua caught the world’s attention when he turned his sneakers into a pair that looks like cutout of a drawing. He has also turn other a range of other objects and places into drawing that will make you feel like a scene straight out of Alice in Wonderland, or the particular scenes from Night in the Museum 3 (Twentieth Century Fox, 2014). Continue reading Artist Turned An Acura NSX Into A Drawing Of Itself With A Wrap

Doodles On Receipts Are Art Like You Have Never Seen Them Before

An Italian artist by the name of Michael Moccia has done some beautiful doodles on rather unusual materials. Normally, we will choose to draw on plain white papers of at least photocopier-grade type, if not actual drawing papers, but Moccia unleashed his creativity on everyday shopping receipts. Yes. You heard that right. Receipts. You know. Those thermal papers (well, usually they are) printed with a list of your purchase along with the prices and stuff? Yeah, those. A strange choice indeed, but the presence of the numbers and words somehow made the art even more alluring. Continue reading Doodles On Receipts Are Art Like You Have Never Seen Them Before

Intel Light Drones Open For Winter Olympic, Made New World Record

It looks like Intel is determined to be the name in the new-age fireworks with the use of drones. Not content with having just 100 drones up in the sky in 2015, the processor maker put 500 drones into the sky in Germany in 2016, ‘dancing’ to a live orchestra, which bagged it a Guinness World Records, and this time, Intel has outdone itself again with 1,218 Intel Shooting Star drones which lit the night sky at the Winter Olympic 2018 opening ceremony in PyeongChang, South Korea, on February 9. The feat was witnessed by Guinness World Records and subsequently recognized as a new world record for “most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously.” Continue reading Intel Light Drones Open For Winter Olympic, Made New World Record

PyeongChang, South Korea Has The Darkest Building On Earth And There’s Nothing Sinister About It

Don’t worry. Hell is not upon us, yet. The “darkest building on Earth” is actually a Hyundai pavilion/art installation presented by artist Asif Khan at the 2018 Winter Olympics, happening from February 9-25 at PyeongChang, South Korea. Essentially a black silhouette, especially when viewed in low light, the building appears a regular straight sided structure, but it is really not. The blackness of the building managed to conceal its parabolic sides and the many tiny lights scattered around its exterior surfaces further serve to distract observers from this fact. Continue reading PyeongChang, South Korea Has The Darkest Building On Earth And There’s Nothing Sinister About It

Marvel x Overwatch Mash Up Beautifully Pulled Off By One Artist

It is true that the much-hyped game of 2016, Overwatch, may not share the same iconic status as Marvel’s superheroes, but if you happen to be both an Overwatch and Marvel comics fan, would you have thought of what if there was a mashup between the two? Maybe not. One thing for sure, though, there is at least one person in this world who have gave thought about it and he is Australia-based veteran artist Kode LGX who specializes in digital art. Continue reading Marvel x Overwatch Mash Up Beautifully Pulled Off By One Artist

Car Made Out Of Snow Was So Real That It Almost Fool the Police

This year saw some record breaking cold in some countries. Even in tropical countries like Singapore, where heat between 29-36 degrees Celsius (84-97 Fahrenheit) is a norm, it saw a record 21+ (70 Fahrenheit) temperature. You can only imagine if a cold spell were to hit a country that is already known for pretty crazy winters. One such country would be Canada, particularly in Montreal in the state of Quebec, where it experienced a colder-than-usual temperatures over last few months. With the cold, comes the abundance of snow and in the case of Montreal, a resident, machinist and woodworker Simon Laprise, took the opportunity to have some fun. Continue reading Car Made Out Of Snow Was So Real That It Almost Fool the Police

Videos Of Birds With Human Arms Are Wacky And Strangely Cool

Have had enough of the mundane world? Now, please, let us help you spice up that mundane life with this pretty wacky stuff called: Birds with Arms. By “Birds with Arms,” we do mean real world birds, of a variety species, with their wings replaced by human’s upper limbs (and doing wacky stuff). Twitter user/YouTube channel Gifs Video has posted a rather quirky video created from a series of footage posted on Reddit’s sub board, aptly titled Birdswitharms. Continue reading Videos Of Birds With Human Arms Are Wacky And Strangely Cool

These Amazing Illustration Of Spaceships Are Actually Inspired By Everyday Household Objects

It takes a true artist to imagine something out of nothing. Eric Geusz is one such artist. A software engineer by day and a freelance artist by night (or, I am guess, whenever he have time), Eric has created some of the most impressive sci-fi spaceships with nothing more than inspiration from everyday, household objects like a can opener, a peeler, a pair of tongs and even accidental occurrence of two gadgets that happen to stack on top of the other – for examples. Continue reading These Amazing Illustration Of Spaceships Are Actually Inspired By Everyday Household Objects

Moscow Artist Ches Takes Graffiti Into The Woods With Cellograffiti

What do you understand about graffiti? Beautiful drawings and/or typography usually spray painted on walls (or even trains) illicitly and they are usually part of today’s urban culture? At least, that’s our perception so far, but as it turns out, graffiti can be non-illicit (and non-destructive) and it can also happen beyond our urban settings, like in the forest. Wait, what? It can? Apparently, it is totally possible because, cellophane, AKA shrink-wrap. Thanks to this thin, cellulose transparent sheet that’s usually use for binding loose goods (or keep food fresh at home), Moscow artist Evgeny Ches can take his love for graffiti into the woods. Continue reading Moscow Artist Ches Takes Graffiti Into The Woods With Cellograffiti