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Fabulous Fluid Quark Coffee Table Collection by Emmanuel Babled Rungmasti.com 07

Fabulous Fluid Quark Coffee Table Collection by Emmanuel Babled

Designed by Emmanuel Babled, the Quark collection is a series of low coffee tables, consisting of organic and fluid forms in such materials as wood, plexiglass, bronze, copper and marble. The shape is pretty complex so Emmanuel relies on a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) robot to help with the shaping, therefore a robot helps with the […]

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Playful DIY Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft Rungmasti.com 01

Playful DIY Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft

Designer Steve Wintercroft has just the thing with these geometric mask templates that you can create with your very own paper. The artist’s Etsy shop has all kinds of shapes including a Jack-o’-lantern, a skull, and the heads of a bear, fox, owl, and lion, to name a few. Wintercroft’s intention is to minimize the resources […]

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The Horrifiying and Scariest Pumpkin Carvings Ever

Jon Neill is a famous sculptor and pumpkin carving master who creates some of the best Halloween pumpkin carvings. Neill began his career in movies as an artist for clients like Michael Jackson, Jurassic Park and Universal Studios. So if you’re in California then, be sure to check this demonstration! on Sunday, October 26th, from 11:00 a.m. […]

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Wired Tree Sculptures by Clive Madison

Clive Madison creates tangled trees that grow from wooden bases into dense clusters of leaves and branches. The trees are handmade from single strand wires that run from the roots to the leaves. No glue, solder or other means are used to hold them together, it is purely down to the way the strands are […]

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Chocolate LEGO Bricks

Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed modules that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs. It’s hard to determine exactly how functional they are, it seems like he had success in building a number of […]

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The Sculpted Alphabet by FOREAL™

FOREAL™ is a young design studio with a creative focus on illustration and art direction founded by Benjamin Simon and Dirk Schuster. “New tools, new playgrounds. One single rule: Choose a letter and sculpt it! Maxon gave us it’s new sculpting tools with the last releases of Cinema 4D. Our goal was to create the whole […]

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This Guy is Taking Balloon Art to the Next Level

Jason Secoda (Airheads Entertainment) is an artist and entertainer that uses balloons as his medium. Based in Philadelphia, the artist has been making balloon art for over 15 years. On his Facebook page, he describes his philosophy: “My philosophy on balloon art tries to shatter the ideas that balloon art is cheesy and that it’s only […]

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Tower of London’s 888,246 Ceramic Poppies Commemorate Every British Soldier Lost in WWI01

Tower of London’s 888,246 Ceramic Poppies Commemorate Every British Soldier Lost in WWI

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red is a progressive art installation currently on display at the Tower of London. Created by ceramic artist Paul Cummins and stage designer Tom Piper, the installation commemorates the one hundred years since the first full day of Britain’s involvement in World War I. 888,246 ceramic poppies will progressively fill the Tower’s famous […]

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Amazing Sheets of Stacked Laser-Cut Paper

Eric Standley is an artist and educator (associate professor of studio art at Virginia Tech) whose ongoing series of 3D laser cut paper art is found at the intersection of art, tech, history and mathematics. Standley’s stacked paper sculptures can take up to six months to plan. Many of his artworks involve more than 100 […]

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Amazing Stainless Steel Wire Fairies by Robin Wight

UK sculptor Robin Wight creates dramatic scenes of wind-blown fairies clutching dandelions, clinging to trees, and seemingly suspended in midair, all with densely wrapped forms of stainless steel wire. “Inspired by an inexplicable real life encounter, these galvanized or stainless wire sculptures make the perfect statement piece for the bottom of any garden. Every fairy is a […]

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Wood Tables Embedded with Glass Rivers by Greg Klassen01

Wood Tables Embedded with Glass Rivers by Greg Klassen

Furniture maker Greg Klassen has designed unique collection of dining and coffee table. Each table features hand-cut glass pieces running through the center of the wood construction. Each piece of wood was used from discarded trees from construction sites, and dying trees that were just beginning to rot. The intricate glass process was designed to look like […]

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TV Legend Dick Clarks Flinestones House

Let’s say you have $2.5 million and you want to live in Flintstone-style house. Then house of TV legend Dick Clark in Malibu is exactly what you need. It looks as though it was designed by the same stone-age architect who imagined the Flintstones’ family home. Built into the surrounding hills in order to avoid […]

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Traditional Refugi Lieptgas Concrete Cabin

Nickish Sano Walder Architects sought to preserve elements of this Graubünden, Switzerland holiday home. From a distance Refugi Lieptgas looks like a traditional wooden hut. Taking a closer look you will actually find that this cabin is made of concrete. The old barn that stood here previously characterises the appearance of the new building. By using […]

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A New Kinetic Explosion Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz 01

A New Kinetic Explosion Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz

The Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) has acquired Explosion, a new kinetic cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz. Explosion will be one of the centerpieces of the exhibition Sebastian Errazuriz: Look Again, which opens September 6th. “Inactivated, Explosion sits as a tidy, beautiful credenza. Transparent glass sidewalls provide a glimpse inside this intriguing but staid box. Further exploration of the […]

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Amazing Glass Sculptures by Ben Young 01

Amazing Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Ben Young is a self-taught sculpture artist with over 10 years experience, based in Sydney, Australia. Being passionate about sculpting with glass for so long, Ben’s work is completely by hand, sheet after sheet of cautiously cut pieces of glass. “I work with 2D shapes and have to figure out how to translate that into a […]

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Beautiful Marble and Stone Sculptures by Matthew Simmonds 11

Beautiful Marble and Stone Sculptures by Matthew Simmonds

Matthew Simmonds is a sculptor and artist from Englang. From his early childhood, he was fascinated by stone buildings, an affection that flows into his artworks, where stone architecture is used as a central theme. Particularly the medieval architecture, with its striving to get to a new sophistication of space, comes alive in the marble. Simmonds […]

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Amazing Layers Cloud Chair by Richard Hutten Rungmasti.com 01

Amazing Layers Cloud Chair by Richard Hutten

 Richard Hutten has designed the Layers Cloud Chair made from layers of fabric cut using a CNC machine. The chair will be part of Kvadrat’s Divina exhibition during Salone del Mobile this month. The inspiration for the project is colourful fossils forming coloured desert terrain, located in Arizona, USA.

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Danish ELLE Beauty Story

Flag is a popular element in fashion design, make up and creative photo sessions. In the following photos you can check how interesting could be combination of beautiful faces of models, colors of flags and professional make up. The following collection was created by photographer Henrik Adamsen for Danish ELLE. Have a look.

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Native Foods Converted Into Delicious Maps of Countries Around the World Rungmasti.com 03

Native Foods Converted Into Delicious Maps of Countries Around the World

Artists Caitlin Levin and Henry Hargreaves are authors of project called Food Maps. It’s a series of detailed maps of different countries and continents, created from the delicacies for which each place is known. The United States’ map is a glorious quilt of wheat and corn. India is the richly coloured mosaic of spices. Maps of Australia […]

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300 Hundred Year Old Carved Olive Pit Rungmasti.com 01

300 Hundred Year Old Carved Olive Pit

A mere 3.4 cm (1.34 inches) in length and 1.6 cm (0.63 inches) tall, this carved olive pit from 1737 is one of the most intricate artworks you will see. The perfectly preserved Carved Olive-Stone Boat was crafted by artist Ch’en Tsu-chang during China’s Ch’ing dynasty. The sculpture is on display at the National Palace Museum in Taipei City, […]

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Staple Metropolises by Peter Root Rungmasti.com 02

Staple Metropolises by Peter Root

Peter Root used stacks of staples broken into various sizes to create miniature metropolises in his two projects entitled, Ephemicropolis (2010) and Low-Rise (2006) For Ephemicropolis, Root used approximately 100,000 staples over a floor area of 20 x 10 feet (600 x 300 cm). The installation took a very steady hand and roughly 40 hours to create. You can see a […]

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Amazing Realistic Wood Sculptures Made of Ceramic Rungmasti.com 01

Amazing Realistic Wood Sculptures Made of Ceramic

Christopher David White is an American artist that creates hyperrealistic sculptures that explore themes of growth and decay. Many of his sculptures are made from ceramic, further brought to life with acrylic paint. In his artist statement, White explains: With nature undergoing a perpetual transformation, everything derived from nature is subject to the same repetitive cycle of […]

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The Barbarian Group 1,100 ft long Office Desk Seats All 125 Employees

The Barbarian Group is an award-winning advertising agency in New York City. After 8 years at their previous office space, the team grew tired of the countless offices, meeting rooms and ‘scheduled collaborations’. They set their sights on an open-concept design to fill a sprawling 23,000 sq. ft single floor office space in the Chelsea neighbourhood. […]

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Minas Tirith Made From 420,000 Matchsticks

Minas Tirith (aka the White City and City of the Kings) is the capital of Gondor, a fictional city and castle from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth. Completed in 2010 after three years of work, artist Pat Acton recreated the famed city using 420,000 meticulously placed matchsticks and a lot of glue. He used an additional 24,000 small wooden blocks […]

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Amazing Astronomical Watch Shows Our Solar System Orbiting the Sun01

Amazing Astronomical Watch Shows Our Solar System Orbiting the Sun

Midnight Planétarium is an incredible timepiece that features six bejewelled planets in our solar system accurately rotating around our Sun. The watch was created by Van Cleef & Arpels in partnership with Christiaan van der Klaauw. After three years of work, Midnight Planétarium was unveiled at the annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie(SIHH), held every January in Geneva. The watch contains […]

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Famous Portraits Recreated from Recycled Materials and Found Objects

Jane Perkins is a UK artist that uses found objects and recycled materials to create something new. In an ongoing series entitled plastic classics, Perkins recreates famous artworks and portraits using found objects. On her website Perkins says she gets most of her materials from charity shops, boot sales and the recycling centre in Exeter; along with donations from […]

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World of Miniature Inhabitants by Culinary Photographers Rungmasti.com 01

World of Miniature Inhabitants by Culinary Photographers

Few months back, we posted about miniature art series Amazing Fingernail Landscape Miniature Art, now few days ago photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida have created a series of humorous dioramas that depict miniature people going about their daily lives in an edible world. Titled MINIMIAM, a play on words that marries miniature and “yummy” (miam in […]

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Mind play: Bricks on me, LEGO Wigs by Elroy Klee Design Studios

Holland-based design studio Elroy Klee have recently completed an advertisement shoot using the building blocks of LEGO’s. The constructed wigs resemble the fashionable hairstyles of an African Afro, short crop and blonde layers, using only black, red and yellow pieces. The custom objects were properly fitted to the portions of the models heads, whom then had to […]

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Hobo Nickels Carved from Clad Coins by Paolo Curcio Rungmasti.com 01

Hobo Nickels Carved from Clad Coins by Paolo Curcio

Paolo Curcio (aka “mrthe”), a Barcelona-based artist creates etched homages to pop culture, illustrations of figures from literature, and most commonly: macabre portraits of skulls and death, probably the most prevalent theme in hobo nickel art and have taken the process of carving coins to an entirely new level by using variety of different coins. Curcio’s process that’s really […]

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Stunning Body Art and Photography Illusions by Gesine Marwedel Rungmasti.com 03

Stunning Body Art and Photography Illusions by Gesine Marwedel

25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel uses human body as a canvases despite the fact that it’s one of the most challenging canvases for an artist – it breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazing swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all drawn on real people. A rehabilitation specialist by profession, […]

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