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Army men yoga
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This wonderfully sinister Coppelius Chair has us wishing that Halloween was already here. It was designed Yaara Derkel, inspired by Sigmund Freud’s concept of the uncanny, uncomfortable strangeness that arises when when something familiar seems unsettlingly alien at the same time.
At a glance it simply looks like a handsome chair, a variation of Thonet furniture design.

"However, at a certain hour of the day, when the room is lit, an inexplicable, monstrous projection appears, which symbolically ‘overshadows’ the feelings the original chair provokes."

Head over to designboom to learn more about Yaara Derkel’s design for this delightfully disquieting chair.
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This wonderfully sinister Coppelius Chair has us wishing that Halloween was already here. It was designed Yaara Derkel, inspired by Sigmund Freud’s concept of the uncanny, uncomfortable strangeness that arises when when something familiar seems unsettlingly alien at the same time.
At a glance it simply looks like a handsome chair, a variation of Thonet furniture design.

"However, at a certain hour of the day, when the room is lit, an inexplicable, monstrous projection appears, which symbolically ‘overshadows’ the feelings the original chair provokes."

Head over to designboom to learn more about Yaara Derkel’s design for this delightfully disquieting chair.
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Fighting fish, Visarute Angkatavanich
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Fighting fish, Visarute Angkatavanich
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Fighting fish, Visarute Angkatavanich
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Fighting fish, Visarute Angkatavanich
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Fighting fish, Visarute Angkatavanich
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Fighting fish, Visarute Angkatavanich
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Quotes on Shit
Designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have started this new project called “Quotes on Shit,” where they rescue old, worthless objects and turn them into something new (and, let’s be honest, really frickin’ COOL looking). But here’s the bonus: they’re giving them away for free. If you follow either of the designers on Instagram (Jessica’s is here and Timothy’s is here) and leave a comment on a photo of an object saying why you love it, you get a chance to win the object! Cool.
jvnk:

Quotes on Shit
Designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have started this new project called “Quotes on Shit,” where they rescue old, worthless objects and turn them into something new (and, let’s be honest, really frickin’ COOL looking). But here’s the bonus: they’re giving them away for free. If you follow either of the designers on Instagram (Jessica’s is here and Timothy’s is here) and leave a comment on a photo of an object saying why you love it, you get a chance to win the object! Cool.
jvnk:

Quotes on Shit
Designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have started this new project called “Quotes on Shit,” where they rescue old, worthless objects and turn them into something new (and, let’s be honest, really frickin’ COOL looking). But here’s the bonus: they’re giving them away for free. If you follow either of the designers on Instagram (Jessica’s is here and Timothy’s is here) and leave a comment on a photo of an object saying why you love it, you get a chance to win the object! Cool.
jvnk:

Quotes on Shit
Designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have started this new project called “Quotes on Shit,” where they rescue old, worthless objects and turn them into something new (and, let’s be honest, really frickin’ COOL looking). But here’s the bonus: they’re giving them away for free. If you follow either of the designers on Instagram (Jessica’s is here and Timothy’s is here) and leave a comment on a photo of an object saying why you love it, you get a chance to win the object! Cool.
jvnk:

Quotes on Shit
Designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have started this new project called “Quotes on Shit,” where they rescue old, worthless objects and turn them into something new (and, let’s be honest, really frickin’ COOL looking). But here’s the bonus: they’re giving them away for free. If you follow either of the designers on Instagram (Jessica’s is here and Timothy’s is here) and leave a comment on a photo of an object saying why you love it, you get a chance to win the object! Cool.
jvnk:

Quotes on Shit
Designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have started this new project called “Quotes on Shit,” where they rescue old, worthless objects and turn them into something new (and, let’s be honest, really frickin’ COOL looking). But here’s the bonus: they’re giving them away for free. If you follow either of the designers on Instagram (Jessica’s is here and Timothy’s is here) and leave a comment on a photo of an object saying why you love it, you get a chance to win the object! Cool.
jvnk:

Quotes on Shit
Designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have started this new project called “Quotes on Shit,” where they rescue old, worthless objects and turn them into something new (and, let’s be honest, really frickin’ COOL looking). But here’s the bonus: they’re giving them away for free. If you follow either of the designers on Instagram (Jessica’s is here and Timothy’s is here) and leave a comment on a photo of an object saying why you love it, you get a chance to win the object! Cool.
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Pejac (Spain) - Miniature Silhouettes and Optical Illusions
Spanish artist Pejac creates on his window miniature silhouettes in cut paper or acrylic paint. The window is then captured on camera, showing the riskiness and fragility of the art of tightrope. Over the past couple of years, Pejac has been getting recognition for his simple, clever public art and gallery work. Using brushes, pencils, acrylic paint and sand paper, he creates works that blend into their surroundings using existing elements and textures. Often socially and politically engaged, his works vary from small interventions to large mural-like pieces. (src. Hi-Fructose Magazine)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Pejac]
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Pejac (Spain) - Miniature Silhouettes and Optical Illusions
Spanish artist Pejac creates on his window miniature silhouettes in cut paper or acrylic paint. The window is then captured on camera, showing the riskiness and fragility of the art of tightrope. Over the past couple of years, Pejac has been getting recognition for his simple, clever public art and gallery work. Using brushes, pencils, acrylic paint and sand paper, he creates works that blend into their surroundings using existing elements and textures. Often socially and politically engaged, his works vary from small interventions to large mural-like pieces. (src. Hi-Fructose Magazine)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Pejac]
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Pejac (Spain) - Miniature Silhouettes and Optical Illusions
Spanish artist Pejac creates on his window miniature silhouettes in cut paper or acrylic paint. The window is then captured on camera, showing the riskiness and fragility of the art of tightrope. Over the past couple of years, Pejac has been getting recognition for his simple, clever public art and gallery work. Using brushes, pencils, acrylic paint and sand paper, he creates works that blend into their surroundings using existing elements and textures. Often socially and politically engaged, his works vary from small interventions to large mural-like pieces. (src. Hi-Fructose Magazine)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Pejac]
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Pejac (Spain) - Miniature Silhouettes and Optical Illusions
Spanish artist Pejac creates on his window miniature silhouettes in cut paper or acrylic paint. The window is then captured on camera, showing the riskiness and fragility of the art of tightrope. Over the past couple of years, Pejac has been getting recognition for his simple, clever public art and gallery work. Using brushes, pencils, acrylic paint and sand paper, he creates works that blend into their surroundings using existing elements and textures. Often socially and politically engaged, his works vary from small interventions to large mural-like pieces. (src. Hi-Fructose Magazine)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Pejac]
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Pejac (Spain) - Miniature Silhouettes and Optical Illusions
Spanish artist Pejac creates on his window miniature silhouettes in cut paper or acrylic paint. The window is then captured on camera, showing the riskiness and fragility of the art of tightrope. Over the past couple of years, Pejac has been getting recognition for his simple, clever public art and gallery work. Using brushes, pencils, acrylic paint and sand paper, he creates works that blend into their surroundings using existing elements and textures. Often socially and politically engaged, his works vary from small interventions to large mural-like pieces. (src. Hi-Fructose Magazine)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Pejac]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Awesome Anamorphic Artwork isn’t restricted to walls, floors and sketchbooks. There’s a whole amazing subset that, instead of having the viewer stand in just the right spot, requires looking at flat image or sculpture reflected in a cylindrical mirror in order to see it properly.
Last month the folks at Bored Panda assembled a fascinating collection of 23 examples of this mind-bending art form. Here you see pieces by István Orosz, Jonty Hurwitz, Vera Bugatti and Awtar Singh Virdi respectively.
Click here to view the entire post.
[via Bored Panda]
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots
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Erwin Blumenfeld, The New Yorker
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Erwin Blumenfeld, The New Yorker
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Erwin Blumenfeld, The New Yorker
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Erwin Blumenfeld, The New Yorker
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Erwin Blumenfeld, The New Yorker
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Erwin Blumenfeld, The New Yorker
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Death Valley days, Jordan Sullivan
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Death Valley days, Jordan Sullivan
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Death Valley days, Jordan Sullivan
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Death Valley days, Jordan Sullivan
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Death Valley days, Jordan Sullivan
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Death Valley days, Jordan Sullivan
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Death Valley days, Jordan Sullivan
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Behold the sweet, sticky, deep-fried awesomeness that is the Double Hundred Dozen, for those days when a single dozen doughnuts simply won’t suffice. It’s the the biggest box of doughnuts we’ve ever seen and it was just unveiled in London by Krispy Kreme UK for their new Occasions offering.
The 3.5 m (~11.5 ft) long box contains 2,400 Original Glazed doughnuts. It took eight staff members worked together to fill the box and load it onto the delivery truck. The company is currently holding a contest to celebrate the launch of their large-scale delivery service. One lucky business will win a Double Hundred Dozen. We hope the winners aren’t messy eaters, because that’s how you get ants.
And please, should you dare to order a Double Hundred Dozen doughnuts, please make sure you brush and floss after feasting on all that sugary fried dough.
[via The Telegraph, the Daily Star and Krispy Kreme UK]
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Behold the sweet, sticky, deep-fried awesomeness that is the Double Hundred Dozen, for those days when a single dozen doughnuts simply won’t suffice. It’s the the biggest box of doughnuts we’ve ever seen and it was just unveiled in London by Krispy Kreme UK for their new Occasions offering.
The 3.5 m (~11.5 ft) long box contains 2,400 Original Glazed doughnuts. It took eight staff members worked together to fill the box and load it onto the delivery truck. The company is currently holding a contest to celebrate the launch of their large-scale delivery service. One lucky business will win a Double Hundred Dozen. We hope the winners aren’t messy eaters, because that’s how you get ants.
And please, should you dare to order a Double Hundred Dozen doughnuts, please make sure you brush and floss after feasting on all that sugary fried dough.
[via The Telegraph, the Daily Star and Krispy Kreme UK]
archiemcphee:

Behold the sweet, sticky, deep-fried awesomeness that is the Double Hundred Dozen, for those days when a single dozen doughnuts simply won’t suffice. It’s the the biggest box of doughnuts we’ve ever seen and it was just unveiled in London by Krispy Kreme UK for their new Occasions offering.
The 3.5 m (~11.5 ft) long box contains 2,400 Original Glazed doughnuts. It took eight staff members worked together to fill the box and load it onto the delivery truck. The company is currently holding a contest to celebrate the launch of their large-scale delivery service. One lucky business will win a Double Hundred Dozen. We hope the winners aren’t messy eaters, because that’s how you get ants.
And please, should you dare to order a Double Hundred Dozen doughnuts, please make sure you brush and floss after feasting on all that sugary fried dough.
[via The Telegraph, the Daily Star and Krispy Kreme UK]
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Henri Jacobs
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(via Randy Grskovic - BOOOOOOOM! - CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS)
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Incredible timeslice photography by Dan Marker-Moore.
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Pantone (via nevver)
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Pantone (via nevver)