Artist Hoang Tran is responsible for these amazing crayon carvings. He meticulously sculpts and paints the crayons into well-known characters from your favorite movies and TV shows. His carvings include Star Wars characters, The Dude, Heisenberg, and Game of Thrones sigils.
The stream of beautiful women that flows through Terry’s studio seems to be endless. The latest hottie to stop by is Emily Ratajkowski who mad a name for herself when she appeared in Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” video. As with most of Terry’s photo shoots, Emily wears Terry’s signature glasses and very little clothing. Take a look.
Have you ever wondered what your favorite drugs would look like under a microscope? German photographer Sarah Schoenfeld has. She put diluted mixtures onto negative film to mimic how the drugs might react within the body. The results are pretty amazing. Many of the chemicals appear how you might imagine they would: jagged, spiked, and crystalized.
Artist Tracy Tubera dropped two new sneaker prints earlier this week. His latest pieces pay homage to two of L.A.’s most notorious residents – Kobe Bryant and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air - both of which originated from Philadelphia. The “Year of the Mamba” features Kobe in a Black Mamba mask while the “Fresh” print shows Will Smith rocking the Air Jordan V Bel-Air’s that released earlier this year.
Artist and avid walker Simon Beck makes the best of winter by creating gigantic geometric patterns in the snow. Beck creates his “snow art” by simply walking through snow. He maps at a pattern and re-traces his steps until the piece takes shape. Just imagine how many miles this guy has walked.
Dakis Joannou, a really rich Greek dude, is the owner of this 115-foot masterpiece of a yacht. The “Guilty” yacht as it’s known is basically a floating piece of art. It was designed by world renowned yacht designer Ivana Porfiri and decorated by artist Jeff Koons. The camo exterior, which was inspired by camo used by the British Royal Navy during World War I, is just as impressive as the ship’s interior. Take a look.
Artist Dylan Shields recreated several of the world’s most well-known sculptures using only recycled cardboard and packing tape. The cardboard sculptures include Sisyphus, Tityus, David and Goliath and more. There is a deeper meaning behind this work, but I just think it looks cool.