Category: Art & Design

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futuristic designs, modern industrial designs, futuristic concepts, and creative homemade things for better future

Seven foot tall Star Wars sculpture crafted from automotive parts resurrected back to life

Star Wars Boba Fett metal sculpture

Star Wars Boba Fett metal sculpture made from automotive parts

Star Wars Day has just passed us and it is good time to reflect some light on a DIY project that celebrates this day in all its glory. Have a look at this seven-foot tall sculpture of Boba Fett (Star Wars antagonist) created from nothing else but motorcycle parts. This metal figure is resurrected by John Burden, 44 from Axwell Terrace, Swalwell and it cost the artistic builder around £3,000 to bring back to life. The original creators of this sculpture were University students in Scotland who celebrated the nostalgic release of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace in 1999.
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Chevy Camaro wrapped in artistic 3D printed pieces made from biodegradable material

3D printed Chevrolet Camaro art

3D printed Chevrolet Camaro art

At 3D Printing Conference and Expo in New York, which is the largest Mecca of 3D printing technology, a Chevy Camaro got a unique makeover courtesy some creative art. Completely different from any other Camaro that you would see on the streets, this one looks like some vehicle from an animated movie. The design is from Romanian-born artist, Loan Florea who managed to capture the imagination of people who saw his artistic car.
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The Wasp – Chopper sculpture crafted from spoons that you won’t see on the dining table

The Wasp Motorcycle Spoon Art handmade Chopper Metal Sculpture

The Wasp – Motorcycle Spoon Art handmade Chopper Metal Sculpture

This isn’t another custom chopper by some big shot, rather it is a piece of art that you would truly appreciate. This miniature chopper-metal sculpture is made completely from spoons by James Rice and he calls it The Wasp. James has used stainless steel, metal and silver spoons to make this sculpture by bending and welding them together into one.
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Steampunk PS4 gaming controller is fit for the Victorian era

Steampunk PS4 gaming controller

Doing non-stop gaming on your PlayStation 4 is fun, but of course with your controller that makes the whole session enduring. If you have done countless hours of gaming on your console and got bored of the same controller, then have a look at this steampunk PS4 controller modded by Dr. Leslie Aromo. The modded PS4 controller is inspired by The Order 1886, a single-player third-person shooter video game released for PlayStation 4 on Feburary20, 2015.
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Student designs Solar-powered Dress that charges your gadgets on the go

Solar powered dress that charges gadgets

Fusing wearable technology and environmentally-friendly energy harvesting resources is going to shape-up the future without a doubt. And those who invest their time and intellect in doing so will greatly help the human race in restoring planet Earth back to its original state. It is even more heartening when a high school student materializes a cool idea into reality, just like a Southview High School student did and landed herself into the international meeting in Maryland.
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Steam-powered Gaming Cabinet actually works with steam!

Steam-powered Gaming Cabinet

Every now and then we come across steampunk DIYs that look uber cool but are they really steampunk? Not unless there is a whole lot of steam and steampunk flavor. Have a look at this Steam-powered Gaming Cabinet that throws out real steam, making it unique in its own right. And don’t be surprised if I tell you that the patent-pending miniature boiler system generates all the electricity needed to run the machine. A work of steampunk art that is completely self-powered and deserves a pat on the back for the maker.
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Chinese school dropout carves life-size Transformer sculpture to perfection

life size transformer replica

Guys from the Far East have an insightful liking for Transformers and similar robotic mechanical things. Be it the life-size Bumblebee Transformer or the replica of Transformers made from salvaged automotive parts. Beating them all in the size of the replica is this Transformer sculpture created by Luo Xiaoping from East China Zhejiang province. The 20-year old mechanic sculpted this 6.5-meter tall transformer sculpture from thousands of automotive parts in three months’ time.
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Audi’s Disappearing Billboards – Apparition like visual effect created by water vapors

Audi A7 Sportback H-Tron Quattro Disappearing billboards

Audi always finds itself amidst niche advertising campaigns and proactive development of future automotive technologies. A few months ago we saw the Audi RS7 become a canvas for the Castrol’s 3D projection mapping at SEMA Show, and now recently they embarked on an ad campaign for the hybrid-electric Audi A7 Sportback H-Tron Quattro. They formed alliance with German advertising firm Thjnk to make disappearing billboards that are reminiscent of the Audi class. The ads were placed in different areas of big cities and those who watched it just could not imagine their eyes.
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Chinese father-son duo make Transformers replicas from scrap metal

Yu Zhilin and Yu Lingyun

Transformers replicas aren’t new, even the giant ones. Last year, 22-year old guy, Danilo Baletic, from Podgorica, Montenegro, had created full-scale replica of Transformers, entirely made from trash automotive parts. Then there was a three-story high Optimus Prime replica from a Chinese man. In fact Chinese artist had shown more interest in autobots, than enthusiasts from other parts of the world. Read More…

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