Category: Art & Design

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

Google Draw is augmented reality paintbrush for Google Glass

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Google Glasses have let loose our imagination when it comes to hand-free interaction with the world around us. But have we taken the hand-free dream far beyond our real capability? Industrial designer Jorge Trevino Blanco from Mexico believes otherwise and that is why he has his own version of a Google Glass compatible stylus that gives artists and people obsessed with interactive technology a chance to explore their skills. Google Draw is a stylus that lets you paint the world with your artistic prowess and do much more with Google Glasses.
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Business card that doubles up as a ring size measurement tool

Marrying Ring-Stick Business Card designed by Jung von Matt Alster

Plan on getting married to your spouse but don’t know their ring size to pop up the surprise on a cool summer evening? Just like they show you in television series and movies, as the charming hero hides the wedding ring inside the wine glass for a pleasant surprise to his future spouse. But for that, first you need to what size the ring will be. Marrying, a German ring manufacturer has collaborated with Jung von Matt/Alster to manufacture Ring Stick Business Card that helps you in taking your lady’s ring finger measurement for the inevitable surprise.
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Russian photographers illuminated Arctic Ice Lake for a car photoshoot

Illuminated Artic Lake

Playing with lights is every photographers favorite pass time. Some photographers take the liberty to stretch their imagination beyond parameters, and this illuminated Artic ice lake setup, created for a photoshoot of a new car, is just one fine example. The set-up looks spectacular, you cannot take your eyes off it for even a second, but creating it was not an easy task. Russian photography duo Dmitry Christoprudov and Nikolay Rykov drilled a fully frozen lake and installed a powerful lighting system and a 1000 lumen Chinese torch under the iced lake – the magnificent outcome is right here for you to see.

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Lix pen: Sleek 3D printing pen lets you create tangible 3D drawings

Lix 3D printing pen

For those who want to go beyond the canvas to show off their 3D painting and rendering skills 3D printing has the apt answer. 3D Doodler 3D printing pen took the world by the storm as it gives creative artists a chance to showcase their skills, but it has one real downside, it was too big to hold and carry around. So it is time to introduce Lix 3D printing pen developed by Anton Suvorov which is sleek and very easy to handle while rendering 3D drawings and a viable answer for what 3D Doodler lacked. Slated as the smallest 3D pen so far, Lix is all set to rock Kickstarter in a few weeks’ time.

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A drone that is a graffiti artist

graffiti drone by KATSU

KATSU the famous artist, graphics designer, vandal and hacker based in New York is once again in the news with his latest interpretation of what drones can be used for other than package delivery, in restaurants or rescue missions. His new project is all about attaching a spray can to a quadcopter and put its graffiti skills to the test. So why choose a drone to paint walls with random art? Well, there is a very good reason. Painting the walls of canvas with quadcopter means that the artist can get access to high walls that otherwise would be impossible to reach.
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20-year old Taiwanese student makes wearable Cardboard Iron Man Suit

DIY Carboard Iron Man suit by Kai-Xiang Xhong

The world is fascinated with the idea of Iron Man, and no wonder why so many creative beasts are embarking on the idea of making their version of Iron Man suits and accessories. 20-year old cardboard artist and student from Taiwan, Kai-Xiang Xhong has made Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit using just corrugated cardboard. What’s even more surprising is that it can be worn and one can walk freely or move body parts while wearing it. This artistic student took time from his free hours and made this amazing Iron Man suit over the course of one year which is a herculean effort considering he is a full-time student.
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Starfleet Machine L’Epée 1839 by MB&F draws inspiration from Star Trek’s Deep Space Nine

MB&F Starfleet Machine clock BaselWorld

At Baselworld 2014 conceptual micro-engineering lab MB & has put on show a very unique timepiece designed by L’Epée, Switzerland’s only remaining specialised high-end clock manufacture founded in 1839. The desk clock, Starfleet Machine L’Epée 1839 takes inspiration from Star Trek’s Deep Space Nine is one of the most visually stunning desk clock designs that I have seen so far. It sits on top of a flat surface and looks nothing less than a well-designed futuristic looking timepiece from another world.
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Chinese dad creates Iron Man suit for his little kid

Iron Man suit DIY

In this fast paced life working parents get very less time to interact with their kids, only on weekends perhaps. But an intuitive DIY can compensate for all that lost time as your kids get overwhelmed with joy at the niche creation. A Chinese dad, Huang Chu from the Yueqing City, Zhejiang Province who didn’t get much time to spend with his son apart from the few minutes of bedtime stories in the evening decided to give his child a gift that is priceless. An Iron Man suit with his own creative twist that cost him only 300 Yuan (US$49) and a month to put together.
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Cowasaki – A bone motorcycle fit for Pirates of the Caribbean

Cowasaki Bone Motorcycle by Reese Moore

Reese Moore, a 65 year old Orange City, Florida resident obsessed with making cool art out of animal bones has come out with his latest $55,000 creation. He likes to call this non-functional motorcycle ‘Cowasaki’ primarily because it is made from cow bones and a few bones from alligators, raccoons and pigs. Even though Moore has never rode a chopper himself, but his obsession with making motorcycles is not hidden from anyone who knows him as he has created several other bone motorcycles in the past too. But this one is simply amazing as this bone chopper looks perfect for another Ghost Rider movie.

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Seven – A wooden sculpture of Michael Schumacher’s F1 Ferrari F2004 car

F1 Ferrari F2004 car Dennis Hoyt wooden sculpture of Michael Schumacher F1 Ferrari F2004 car

Master craftsman Dennis Hoyt, who is acclaimed for making completely different car sculptures is at it again with his latest creation. Paying a fitting tribute to the legendary Formula-1 driver Michael Schumacher who is fighting for his life after a skiing accident, Dennis Hoyt has created an in-motion sculpture of the champion driver’s F1 Ferrari F2004 car. The Formula-1 car in which Michael clinched 13 victories from 18 starts in his seventh World Formula-1 Championship, and his fifth for Scuderia Ferrari. Made completely out of wood carved carefully into an in-motion Formula-1 Ferrari car, the sculpture weighs only 8 kg in total and is titled ‘Seven’, apt to the champion driver’s accomplishment during his unstoppable run.

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