Alex Eylar, a 21 year-old artist from Oakland, California recreates famous movie scenes using Lego bricks. The concept and idea isn’t really that new (we already had 30 Creative LEGO Reproductions by Balakov here on Bored Panda) but it ‘s nevertheless an interesting collection.
While serious companies rarely rely on tear-off advertising, it must be the most often used and wide spread advertisement types among common people since the invention of telephone. Usually, it’s just a plain white paper with tear offs containing contact information. However, today we want to show that even the most boring communication medium like tear-off advertisement can be used in such a creative way that those ads can end up on thousands of websites around the world and reach much bigger audience than than initially expected.
If you wonder what our furniture would look like if designed by kids – you have to see these wacky cartoon-like furniture pieces by Straight Line Designs. Focused on quality and custom design, Judson’s studio stays far away from mass production. Their workshop’s building capacity is restricted but Jud’s designing ability is not!
One single photo takes up to 10 hours to prepare – Liu uses himself as a blank canvas, and with a little help from an assistant, he paints his body to merge as seamlessly as possible with what is behind him. The results are incredible – sometimes passers-by don’t even realize he is around until he moves.
Jo Hamilton, a Portland-based artist, creates incredibly realistic images of people and her environment using the unexpectedly domestic medium of crochet. Her formative training at the Glasgow School of Art was in painting and drawing but, by her own admission, she was never entirely comfortable with the traditional approach.
Irina Werning, a photographer born in Buenos Aires, started an interesting project called “Back to The Future” where she takes someone’s old photo and recreates the same old scene with the same person many years later. While it might not sound too complicated, she is unbelievably accurate – it seems that she just found some old and young look-alikes and shot two pictures on the same day.
Do you remember 35 extremely funny graphs and charts we posted last year? They were so popular that you left us no choice but to do this again! We kept following this cool project, called Graphjam, and manually handpicked another 35 funniest graphs and charts based on social stats and a bit of our personal taste.
Steven J. Backman, a San Francisco native, makes incredible tiny sculptures using only one toothpick, a straight edged razor blade and glue. His motto, “The Essence of Patience,” truly exemplifies his drive and determination towards creating unique and unforgettable one-of-a-kind pieces of art.
Although surfing through Deviantart.com feels like you’ve just built a time machine which brought you back to the early days of the Internet, here you will always find lots of artistic geniuses that will blow your mind. And this is exactly what happened this time, so I’d like to introduce Paige Thompson, better known by the nickname of Viridis-Somnio, a body paint artist from United States. Her fantastic lips, incredible idea and painting skills combined with her lively personality makes a killer combo, so we are more than proud to present her Animal Lipstick Art gallery here on Boredpanda.
Isaac Salazar, an accountant born in Texas, brings back life to old books by creating interesting pieces of book origami. It’s his way of recycling a book that might otherwise end up in a landfill. He has been creating these for almost 2 years now. His books first started out simple and have recently become more intricate.
Most likely you’ve already seen a lot of great tilt-shift photography examples lately, but you probably haven’t seen it done with paintings yet! Serena Malyon, a 3rd-year student at art school, took some of van Gogh’s most beautiful paintings and altered them in Photoshop to achieved this amazing tilt-shift effect.
Mugs aren’t just plain ceramic objects that hold our beverages – they’ve already become something meaningful with sentimental value. In this collection not only you’ll see the most creative coffee and tea mugs, but also some which help protect your private mug from sharing, so if you are looking for a cool cup – this list is a good place to start.