Apparently, Someone Has Paid US$18,000 For An Invisible Sculpture That Literally Isn’t There

How much many money will you pay for nothing? Not a single cent, obviously. Apparently, though, someone has paid €15,000 (roughly about US$18,250) for a so-called invisible sculpture. The nothingness was the “work” of Italian artist Salvatore Garau called lo Sono or “I Am”. The “sculpture” is, ermm, nothing.

3D Printer Robot Illustration: What If Robot Had 3D Printer For Its Head?

You may remember Mike Slobot for his works on surreal and whimsical figurines. But what you may not know is, this man is an illustrator too. Since 2019, the man has been using 3D printer to create his art and this 3D printing “robot” has inspired him to create an illustration called 3D Printer Robot. …

Louvre Museum Goes Digital, Made Its Entire Art Collection Free To View Online

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.

Shizuoka City, Japan, Has Installed Structures Inspired By Plastic Model Assembly Kit

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, …