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3D Paper Bricks Stickers

Once gain, japanese studio Nendo proves its inventiveness with these great stickers “Paper Bricks” created for the Japanese magazine Pen. Thus …

Superdesk Installation

The creative agency The Barbarian Group, based in New York, asked Clive Wilkinson Architects to design an office to obtain a greater solidarity among …

Painter Michael Carson Designs Clothing on the Canvas

It’s become second nature, during a lull in conversation at a café or to punctuate a particularly long walk, to reach for our phones and start …

New Additions to "The Far Side of the World" by Josh Keyes

In Portland-based painter Josh Keyes' series <i>Old Ones</i>, he features a soaring bald eagle, an elk sitting quietly in a green forest, and a bear looking at the world on his hind legs. It all sounds normal, but the elk's antlers double as tree branches, and the brown bear is taller than all of the pine …

Who's the vandal: Ai Weiwei or the man who smashed his Han urn?

A "protest" at a Miami art museum raises some questions about what exactly art is, now.<p>On Sunday, a man called Maximo Caminero has smashed an artwork by Ai Weiwei, one of the most famous artists of this century and a hero to many for his defiance of the Chinese state. Cue appalled face. But this is …

'The extraordinary and the banal': snapshots from a psychiatric hospital

The nuns kept a record of everything. Trips to the fun fair, plays and pet orangutans were all documented at a small psychiatric hospital at Picauville in Normandy. In 2010, when the old building was due to be demolished, the French photographer Mathieu Pernot and historian Philippe Artières were …

Korean High School Students Take Hilariously Random Yearbook Photos

While most high schools publish yearbooks with specific themes and fill in the bulk of the book with standard portraits of students against a plain backdrop, there are some Korean high schools who take a more free approach to assembling the memento. They allow students to take random and often …

Miami painter thought $1m Ai Weiwei vase was Home Depot-style pot

A Miami painter who destroyed a priceless Han dynasty vase in a “spontaneous protest” at the city’s new art museum claims he thought he was smashing a cheap garden pot.<p>Maximo Caminero said he picked up the ancient urn from an exhibition curated by the Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei at the Pérez …

Beautiful Upside Down Gardens Suspended From the Ceiling

Rebecca Louise Law is known for her breathtaking installations that consist of thousands of hanging flowers suspended overhead. Last February, she was commissioned by London's Garden Museum to create a temporary, site-specific work for their <i>Floriculture: Flowers, Love and Money</i> exhibition. 3,500 …

LEBLOX

"You've been BLOXED!" That's what you'll be hearing following the upcoming launch of the new social app LEBLOX, which lets users create a pixelized version of almost anything and then share and 3D print the designs. It's reminiscent of the cult childhood toy Perler beads, but without the analogue …

Thousands of sheets of paper

Someone rearranged the letters in the word "spine" at this chiropractor down the street from me.

Horse Head Squirrel Feeder by Archie McPhee

The handy dandy Horse Head Squirrel Feeder by Archie McPhee forces a squirrel to endure the indignity of wearing a novelty horse mask while they’re …

Clever Anthropomorphic Book Sculptures Using Metal Wire

Artist Terry Border uses metal wire to transform classic books into whimsical characters inspired by the content of the books in his series “Wiry …

Artist Posts a Gallery Showing How His Drawings Have Progressed From Age 2 to 24

Artist Jake Lockett has posted a fascinating gallery of his illustration work that shows how his style has progressed from 2 to 24 years of age. The …