Maker vs Marker


Maker vs Marker Jonny Lawrence

Maker vs Marker is a stop motion fight between animator and animation taking place on a whiteboard. Based from the Street Fighter Series with elements of DBZ, Transformers, The Matrix and the unintentional SSBB. Maker vs Marker was created by names Jonny Lawrence, a British animator, concept & storyboard artist living in Barcelona.

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The Science of Fire Breathing


Dr Tim Cockerill Fire Breathing

Doctor Tim Cockerill explores the science behind the most dangerous stunt in the firebreather’s repertoire – the human volcano.
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Jen Stark – Colorful Paper Sculpture


Jen Stark - Abyss colorfull paper sculpture colors

Jen Stark - Burst colorfull paper sculpture colors

Jen Stark, born 1983 in Miami, Florida, is a contemporary artist. While most of her work involves creating colorful paper sculptures, she also explores drawing and animation, continually focusing on colorful, infitie patterns.
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Melting Ice Cream Truck


Sydney Australia sculpture beach sand advertising melted ice cream

Created by Johnathon Kneebone and James Dives of advertising agency The Glue Society, this melting ice cream truck is a sculpture titled Hot With The Chance of Late Storm was unveiled at the 2006 Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney. Taking place yearly, this event showcases artists’ work along Sydney’s Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk.
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3D Art – Yuki Matsueda


Yuki Matsueda Super Dice

Born in Ibaraki, Japan, in 1980, Yuki Matsueda is a Japanese artist and sculptor. He graduated from the Tokyo University of the Arts with a Ph.D. in Design in 2010. His eye-popping art is all done by hand and is full of fun and makes you smile.

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LEDscapes: A Lighting Installation


This LED lightbulb installation is the work of the group Like Architects. The design collective teamed up with Ikea for this show of lights in Lisbon, Portugal. This intricate display of lights is called LEDscape. At night, the lamps are lit gradually, pulsing in different rhythms. The light shapes the space differently every few minutes, coaxing users in a game where their perception and awareness of the space — and the installation — constantly changes.