Wondering why you didn’t think about it? Yes, Oreo cookies can also inspire art. Created by Judith G. Klausner the Oreo cookies have been magically transformed into beautiful sculptures which the artist names as Oreo Cameo.
Be it big or tiny, nature amazes us in all forms and structures. So check out what a pinch of sand looks like when magnified to about 250 times. Yes, the grains of sand display shapes, colors and patterns proving that what we assume to be just ‘sand’ is in fact a trove of “thousands of years of biological and geological history.”
Beware of the wooden Pac-Man! With its mouth wide open it goes after colorful ghost bots with the intention to chomp, chomp, chomp.
The beautiful set made from reclaimed northern Minnesota Douglas-fir, has been “hand planed, cut and sanded to a smooth finish” to serve as a healthy alternative to plastic toys.
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.