Would you shell out 50 bucks to own a specimen of New York City’s garbage? Picked out genuinely from NYC garbage and packed neatly in Lucite cubes, each package reflecting the iconic city’s trash does make it around the world. Believe it or not but 1300 cubes have already been picked up by collectors in more than 30 countries.
Amazing, fantastic, awesome…words do fail to describe such ingenuity. Created by Italian artist Guido Daniele, the brilliance of each of the human hand paintings spontaneously captures the fascination of the observer with the mind pondering between belief and disbelief. Don’t know about you but we for sure were spellbound.
It’s not a lost comb but a fascinating wood sculpture which can be spotted in the city of Roanoke, VA. Sculpted by artists Joshua Howell and Kagan Taylor of Popup Design in their very own Knowhow Shop in Los Angeles, this unique bike rack is one of the many which was installed to celebrate the titling of Roanoke as the Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists in 2010.
Find it cute? Why not? It is just made of balloons. Surprised? That is why Airigami is so awesome. Neat yet a complex piece of art, the prehistoric gigantic forms are being replicated in balloons for a huge exhibition entitled the Elastic Park. Inspired by “Michael Crichton’s popular literary creation, Jurassic Park”, the park will feature creatures ruling the earth,from the Triassic through Cretaceous periods with audio tours and interactive exhibits describing events and other necessary details.