From the mundane to the sublime, these giant humanoid electricity pylons were inspired by the idea of brightening up the ugly utilities which stretch across Iceland’s immense volcanic landscape.
Artist Mary Ellen Croteau made this amazing self-portrait out of recycled plastic bottle caps. Notice how she used sets of nested plastic bottle caps to achieve a much deeper color palette than otherwise possible.
Conservation International has partnered with a number of A-Listcelebrities, including Julia Roberts, Kevin Spacey, Harrison Ford, Edward Norton, Robert Redford, and Penélope Cruz, to create a video series that personifies elements of our planet to explain the environmental crises we are facing from the Earth’s perspective.
“Nature doesn’t need people. People need nature.”
Filmmakers Grant Baldwin and Jenny Rustemeyer turn themselves into test subjects in this hugely entertaining study of America’s culture of excess.
What would happen if birds perched on electrical wires were transformed into musical notes? How would their position in space translate sonically?
Mei Mei ‘Jules’ Yap came across her first IKEA hack while scouring the Internet for design inspiration. She realized these hacks, which involve using an IKEA accessory or piece offurniture in a clever or unexpected way to create something new, were fairly popular and she began looking for more.
Artists have made a beautiful animation of what the human body looks like doing yoga in X-ray form. The animators strived to make the video as scientifically accurate as possible, working with medical experts to create a 3D visual study of the human skeleton.