Sand artist Jin Lee uses his hands to create beautiful images in the sand.
You should never play the old cups and ball game against a wooden robot with three arms. Especially if you happen to find yourself in Svalsjö, Sweden.
Czech artist David Cerny created a double-decker bus doing push-ups in order to celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The robotic sculpture, called London Booster, comes with two huge arms, accompanied by groans and video projections in the windows
German artist Bartholomäus Traubeck created a modified record player that can play slices of wood. The device called Years translates a tree’s year rings into piano music by analyzing their strength, thickness and rate of growth.
Street artist Fabian Gaete Maureira does some amazing speed finger painting in under three minutes.
Goldfish Salvation is the title of the London debut exhibition by Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori at the ICN gallery. Fukahori uses acrylic on clear resin which is poured into containers, creating amazingly realistic 3D paintings.
Artist Brock Davis designed this redheaded stallion hairpiece for Esquire’s Grooming Spectacular: The Ramifications of a bold new haircut – coming out in the October 2011 issue. The awesome hair-do was then created by his friend Amy Meyer.
Artist Ignacio Torres created his newest project entitled ‘Stellar’, a collection of magical 3D GIFs, inspired by the theory that humans are made from the cosmic matter from a star’s death…
Ursus Wehrli is an artist and comedian from Switzerland, known for his Tidying Up Art books where he cleans up famous artwork and organizes things in compulsively tidy fashion. His newest book is called The Art of Clean Up, and things look more OCD than ever.
Flickr user Dan4th’s friend Brett made these amazing paperclip weapons out of nothing but plain old office paperclips, some glue and lots of talent!