Archive for December, 2012
Painter Alexa Meade has teamed up with model Sheila Vand to create a series of gorgeous living paintings called “MILK: what will you make of me?”. Meade is already known for painting directly on bodies to make 3D paintings, but this series adds a new interesting element to the mix. Vand’s body is not only covered in paint, but submerged in a canvas of milk. The end result makes it seem as though the subject is actually being painted on a flat surface. You can see more artwork and behind the scenes photos at Alex // Sheila.
Bored with the same boring lunch day after day, French graphic designers Thomas and Quentin put their creativity to work. Some of their recent burger ideas include a Thanksgiving burger, a Lord of the Rings burger, and a burger served in a cone. Recently they also came up with The End Burger, inspired of course by the upcoming end of the world as predicted by the Mayans. Lets eat Burgers 😀 life is too short to count calories!
These adorable cameras look like a toy made entirely out of plastic bricks, but they’re actually functional. Each 2 megapixel Nanoblock Digital Camera contains 16GB of memory, plugs directly into a computer via USB, and can shoot up to 60 minutes of continuous video. The camera also comes with 28 extra Nanoblocks (aka tiny Japanese LEGOs) so you can customize the camera’s appearance. Depending on how funny your design ends up, you’re pretty much guaranteed genuine smiles in all of your portraits. Just make sure you have the same sense of humor as the person you’re photographing.
Wow!! When i saw these two videos i was surprised and loved the lighting effects!!! Hope that you will like them and waiting to hear your opinions 🙂
This is an amazing Christmas display with 176 channels and 45000 Lights!!
Holdman Christmas in 2010
If you want to make someone surprised in the bedroom the Luminous Fiber Optics Bed Cover is a good start. The Italian based company Luminex creates luminous bed covers with fiber optics woven right into the material. That means what you see here isn’t a cool effect under a blacklight—the bedspread is actually emitting light. The luminous bed covers are available in several different colors and can be powered by either batteries or an AC Adapter. The bedspread runs on a super low voltage so there’s no risk of getting shocked… which is good news for people worried about safety.