letsglitchit:

The Great Plains

letsglitchit:

The Great Plains

phoneasmedium:

Sock Box Productions

prostheticknowledge:

Internet Bank

Latest project from Japanese artist nukemenukeme is a 3D printed money box in the shape of the PayPal logo - video embedded below:

Series of 3D printed Coin box
2014, Colored Gypsum
Before crack:H19.5 x W9.6 x D5 cm
After crack:Variable
3D Modeling:Tatsuya Narita
Movie:Dorita
Photo:Hidemasa Miyake

More at nukemenukeme's Tumblr blog here

simonthollotphotography:

La Mure, France - July 2014

simonthollotphotography:

La Mure, France - July 2014

[As part of her Masters Thesis project for SVA’s Products of Design program] Samantha [Moore] prototyped some of her own drawn-out ideas into the urban environment.

The first intervention aimed to reframe the rickety ride of the subway by placing decals of snowboards on the train car floor.

Riders eagerly participated—including those who already had a seat on the train.

I love this.

Read more about Sam’s awesome work here:

Around: Drawing out Relief and Engagement in the Urban Environment

anacondom:

abrilliant-idea:

Soon there will be people on the internet that won’t understand this picture. 



History.

anacondom:

abrilliant-idea:

Soon there will be people on the internet that won’t understand this picture. 

image

History.

Actually, I made excuses.

Actually, I made excuses.

lawebloca:

Plastic Bag interrupts News Report

lawebloca:

Plastic Bag interrupts News Report

(via Funny ‘Literal Street Style’ Photos Poke Fun at Street Fashion Photography)

Sanford and Son, dubbed in Italian.

Via Coudal and Ben Greenman.

thecamhouston:

Nathaniel Donnett, How Can You Love Me And Hate Me At The Same Time, 2011. Plastic bags, paper, paper bags, wood, gold leaf, 37  x 48 inches. Courtesy the artist. 
Donnett is one of three artists participating in CAMH’s upcoming exhibition Right Here, Right Now: Houston, on view August 23–November 30, 2014.

thecamhouston:

Nathaniel Donnett, How Can You Love Me And Hate Me At The Same Time, 2011. Plastic bags, paper, paper bags, wood, gold leaf, 37  x 48 inches. Courtesy the artist. 

Donnett is one of three artists participating in CAMH’s upcoming exhibition Right Here, Right Now: Houston, on view August 23–November 30, 2014.

laughingsquid:

The Strikingly Bizarre Patches of the Drug Enforcement Administration
(via 14 Charming GIFs Made From the Smithsonian’s Steampunk Prints | Design | WIRED)