It’s a little hard to see the scale because the photographs are extremely close-ups, but they’re quite minute — ya know, crayon sized. If you’re in New York these are on view at The Future Perfect.
via Design You Trust
Thomas Raschke creates wireframe / outline inspired art.
Filed under: audio, sculpture | Tags: apple, audio, ceramics, headphone, ipod, music, sculpture
The Phonofone II is a ceramic audio sculpture modeled after a gramophone horn. Using the two earbud “ports”, the Phonofone amplifies your music through resonance and horn acoustics without the need for any external power.
Filed under: Art, sculpture | Tags: Art, darth vader, sculpture, star wars
No joke. That is a real Darth Vader gargoyle. It was added to the exterior in the 80s of the national cathedral in Washington as a result of a competition
held by the cathedral for kids to design grotesques for the building.
Filed under: Art, sculpture | Tags: Art, plasma cutter, sculpture, shovel, steel, wheel barrow
Cal Lane turns mundane objects into beautiful art with a plasma cutter. There’s a lot more at the artist’s website including some sweet rust drawings and oil barrels.
Cal Lane official website
I love this.