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Crystalized Geode Installations Bring Beauty to Decaying Street Corners

Over the past few years, L.A.-based graphic designer and multidisciplinary artist Paige Smith (a.k.a. A Common Name) has installed countless crystalized rock formations in cracked, decaying nooks and crannies on the streets of cities as distant as Madrid, Istanbul, and Philadelphia. These “urban …

Crystals

Aakash Nihalani’s Projection Art Springs to Life with Human Interaction

Aakash Nihalani, the artist known for his playful masking tape illusions, has just sent word that he's completed a new body of work called <i>Projections</i>. In this exciting new series, cubic designs are projected onto a white wall, becoming an interactive canvas for the viewer. Using coding and motion …

Digital Art

Daily Inspiration #2007

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want …

Zao Fox Village, a Sanctuary in Japan Where Foxes Roam Freely

Located near the city Shiroishi in the mountains of Miyagi, Japan, the Zao Fox Village (Zao Kitsune Mura) is a paradise for fox lovers. Open since 1990, the village is a sanctuary for over a hundred animals, including six different breeds of foxes who roam freely.<p>After paying a small admission fee, …

Japan

These Lego Automatically Save Your Designs As 3-D Schematics

Today, you can either build with real Lego bricks, or build in software with virtual Lego bricks. There’s still a firm line between the two, because there’s still a firm line between analog experiences and digital interfaces.<p>But now, Gravity–the same experimental studio behind this 3-D …

The Atlas Table: How the Heck Did They Make This?

Berlin-based The Fundamental Group works within the realm of what they call "the architecture of fascination," and their Atlas Table bears this out. …

1,000 Light Paintings Form One Beautiful Stop-Motion Animation

Darren Pearson's 'Lightspeed' is a luminous journey through the California wilderness.<p><i>This article originally appeared on The Creators Project Netherlands.</i><p>If you've ever created a light painting, you should know how much effort it takes to capture them beautifully <i>and</i> in focus. Now, imagine that …

UI/UX Works by Tubik Studio

Today we are featuring an interactive cool bunch of people over the Tubik Studio based in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. They are specializing in UI/UX, …

Stunning Portral Street Art Illusions by 1010

Since 2009, German street artist 1010 has been creating these mysterious, portal-like street art illusions on walls around the world. While at first glance it looks like he's layering colored paper, upon closer inspection you realize that you're actually looking at paint on a wall. It's a different …

Art

Daily Inspiration #1981

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want …

Armello takes a new look at the digital fantasy board game

<i>Armello</i> is something special. I don't mean simply the way it looks or the way it plays, though it is admirable in both those regards, but also in the way it has been made.<p>This is a digital board game that exists somewhere between the island of Catan and the land of Studio Ghibli. It is a …

Board Games

Bitcoin: The Currency That Could Live Or Die Depending On What The Rest of This Headline Says

The price of Bitcoin shot up $20 today, and it might have been because somebody at Davos said it was the future. That means, of course, it is not the …

The Armstrong Light Trap, a Desktop Lamp Inspired by Moon Craters | Colossal

<p>Inspired by the pockmarked surface of the moon, Russian designer Constantin Bolimond developed this fun concept for a ceramic desktop lamp covered …

Intricately-Detailed Paper Cut Animals Mimic Ink-Drawn Lines

Berlin-based artist Max Gärtner produces intricate paper cutouts that have the quality of ink-drawn lines. Heads of jaguars, lionesses, and the wings of birds are all crafted using curvy bold marks that create contour, add visual weight, and define form. Large groups of lines wrap around each to …

Drawing

New 'Star Wars' lightsaber meets its match

Ever since the teaser trailer for "Star Wars: Awakens" debuted, fans have been debating and discussing the mysterious character Kylo Ren and his unusual lightsaber ignited in the dark forest.<p>It didn't take long for some fans to make an animated parody video featuring not only Ren's lightsaber, but …

Thousands of Sheets of Paper Dyed and Rolled to Form Colorful Gradient Images

Seoul-based artist Ilhwa Kim hand-dyes, cuts, and rolls thousands of individual sheets of Korean mulberry paper to form vibrant, three-dimensional works of art bursting with striking patterns and imagery. The rigid layers of paper, which she calls “seeds,” are carefully arranged according to color …

Art

9 GIFs That Explain Responsive Design Brilliantly

Can’t tell a responsive website from a merely adaptive one? These GIFs courtesy of Froont will turn you into a pedant in no time.<p>What is responsive design? Most people vaguely understand that it refers to websites that work just as well on desktops as they do on smartphones, but there’s a lot more …

The Best And Worst Branding Of 2014

Plus: The year’s top essays and stories on branding<p>Great branding is more than a logo. It’s more than a list of acceptable fonts, too, or even some 100-page PDF containing everything from measurements on proper margins to deep verb-subject-adjective explorations on writing the proper “voice.” Great …

A Stunning Dance Piece That Combines Traditional Choreography With Digital Projection

French performance artists and choreographers Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne, known as Adrien M/Claire B, combine digital projection with human bodies in motion to beautifully disorienting results.<p>Their most recent piece, <i>Pixel</i> enmeshes dancers, ice skaters and performance artists in a world of …

Adobe Illustrator Line & Photoshop Sketch iPad apps gain Pencil/Wacom stylus support, auto save, more

Adobe updated two of its creative iPad apps today with new features and additional Bluetooth stylus support. Both <b>Illustrator Line</b> and <b>Photoshop Sketch</b> were updated to version 2.1 and picked up support for FiftyThree’s Pencil Bluetooth stylus and Wacom’s Intuos Creative Bluetooth stylus when drawing …

Vaughan Says Saga Video Game Would Be "More Exciting than a Film"

"Never say never," writer says.<p>In a recent interview, Saga creator Brian K. Vaughan shared his thoughts on a possible video game adaption of his …

Golden Globes 2015: Snubs, surprises and assorted trends

Angelina Jolie has been nominated for Golden Globes for her acting in "Changeling," "Gia" and "The Tourist," part of half a dozen noms over the years for the A-list star. The group even nominated her feature directorial debut, 2011's "In the Land of Blood and Honey," in the foreign film …

Golden Globes

How Top Designers Tell Clients That Their Taste Sucks

Paula Scher, Sagi Haviv, Jessica Walsh, and others reveal how they handle their worst clients.<p>Sometimes, you have to agree to disagree. But what do you do with clients who just fundamentally have terrible taste in design? They’re paying the bills, creating a problem that almost every designer has …

Facebook Design Director: The 5 Most Common Design Mistakes

Facebook’s Julie Zhuo on the biggest traps designers fall into–and how to avoid them.<p>There’s no learning without mistakes. And I’ve done the following (as well as seen the following done) too many times to count. Luckily, there’s this thing called the “Internet” and this medium called an “article” …

What Every Young Designer Should Know, From Legendary Apple Designer Susan Kare

The Mac pixel queen boils down her advice for young designers to two simple rules.<p>If you’re reading this on a computer, you owe a debt to Susan Kare, the pioneering designer behind the original Macintosh’s icons and the first digital typefaces like Chicago, which proved that computers could have …

Oddly Charming Photos of How Teddy Bears Look Turned Inside Out

As a kid (or even as an adult), you probably had/have a favorite stuffed animal. Maybe it was one that you always slept with, or it was even your best friend. If you were ever curious what that creature's insides looked like, well, wonder no more. Brooklyn-based photographer Kent Rogowski turned …

Teddybears

Magnificent Outdoor Cathedral Formed from Living Trees

Located at the foot of Mount Arera on the outskirts of Bergamo in northern Italy, a spectacular outdoor cathedral formed from rows of trees has become a place of pilgrimage for tourists, art lovers, and spiritual visitors alike. Called the <i>Cattedrale Vegetale</i> (also known as the <i>Tree Cathedral</i>), this …

Italy

See the artwork that only reveals itself at a 90 degree angle

These images seem to appear in front of your eyes - as they're formed from a formation of 160 glass strips.<p>The artwork is a quirky anamorphic structure that only reveals itself at a 90 degree angle, when a fish or a bird is brought to life before quickly disappearing.<p>Despite three images completing …

Artist Uses Only Nails to Create Astonishing Array of Creative Sculptures

Nearly 30 years ago, sculptor John Bisbee was exploring an abandoned house, scavenging for items he could incorporate into found-object sculptures, when he accidentally kicked over a bucket filled with rusty, old nails. To the college student's surprise, the nails that fell out had fused into a …

Sculpture