Artist Sews Portraits into His Hands

10 January 2014

David Catá feels the strong influence of some individuals in his life, close friends and family members. As a way to share this and makes them aware just how much they've meant to him, he sews portraits of them directly into his palms.
Check out the video down below to see him working, stitching his palm with the image of his loved ones.










Recreational Drugs Visualized

24 December 2013

Right after years spent getting work done in well-known Berlin clubs, professional photographer Sarah Schoenfeld will be the first individual to admit an astute awareness of the one of a kind effects of recreational drugs. Just after watching the hedonistic habits of ravers, she made a decision to take a range of mind-altering substances and put them straight onto developed photo negatives.

Sarah Schönfeld squeezed drops of various legal and illegal liquid drug mixtures onto negative film which had already been exposed. Each drop altered the coating of the film. Much like the effect of some of these substances on humans, this can be a lengthy process – sometimes one that can barely be stopped. 

Cocaine

Caffeine

Crystal Meth

Ecstasy

Adrenaline

Heroin

Ketamine

LSD

Magic

Orphiril

Speed
Valium

Old Sea Mines Used As a Furniture

17 October 2013

Estonian artist Mati Karmin has reused an old-time, decommissioned water mines right into a wide variety of special furniture designs. Listed below you will find examples of the furniture he has designed out of former sea mines. Probably a few of them tend to be more sculptural than functional, but we have to agree with the fact they are all interesting to see.

Fireplaces




Armchair


Davenport Table


Chandelier


Coffee Table


Beautiful Handmade Pinhole Cameras

16 July 2013

Pinhole cameras could be quickly and cheaply built working with things you already have lying around your house. That is exactly what Korean photographer Kwanghun Hyun does with his Heartbeat cameras. The two cameras put together up to now offer one wicked design solution: each use sophisticated watch movements being an internal timing mechanisms. Kwanghun Hyun's Heartbeat cameras are using watch movements to regulate the length the shutter will be open.


Zombie Apocalypse Motorcycle

13 July 2013

Considering everybody knows sooner or later we will have to deal with the zombie horde, exactly what motorcycle would you try to find on the street to escape from the hungry masses? I think that we just found an answer for you.
  
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Beautiful Time-Lapse of Plants Growing

6 July 2013

Videographer Daniel Csobot has launched an amazingly wonderful macro time-lapse video of seeds developing into plants and beautiful flower blooms unfurling. This impressive video footage has been collected over a four-month interval.

Bullets Cut in Half

21 June 2013

Photographer Sabine Pearlman's photo series named "Ammo" offers the cross sections of 900 units of bullets. The bullets ended up cut up and photographed inside a WWII bunker in Switzerland. The clean cuts uncover amazing and sophisticated designs of primers, powder, metal, together with other elements that most individuals hardly ever view or think about.
"The cross-sections reveal a hidden complexity and beauty of form, which stands in vast contrast to the destructive purpose of the object." Sabine says "It is a representation of the evil and the beautiful, a reflection of the human condition."


Elevator Jedi

18 June 2013

This is a really easy prank to accomplish, yet it is so funny. Simply take a look at people's responses. This prank comes with a man inside an elevator who uses "The Force" to prevent the elevator doors from closing. It's being pulled off at King's College London.

 
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