Set in the very best walking area of the beautiful North Pennines, UK, just a short walk from the famous High Force Waterfall, this stunning chapel conversion with its historic building fabric and modern interior design is a real Teesdale jewel.
While you discovered Borondo’s piece earlier this morning, DALeast was also in Lodz, Poland to work his magic for the brand new and first edition of the LodzMurals Festival.
When watching this short animation by Brazilian animator Diego Akel, you get the distinct feeling he covered a table with clay, turned on some music, and just started messing around while snapping a photo every minute or so, almost like a kid in a sandbox. You wouldn’t think abstract experimentation with clay would result in anything particularly compelling, but in this instance it happens to be amazing. Titled Fluxos, Akel says the piece is “an essay about the constant flows of life, a self-portrait of its own process, an improvise [sic] on Bach, an investigation on plasticine.”
Eric Hibbeler received his BFA in Painting from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2012 and has been a practicing freelance illustrator and concept artist since 2008. He currently works at MK12 in Kansas City, MO. Let’s take a look at several quality artworks selected from his portfolio.
A Drone with virtual reality Goggles. Use FLYBi with our intuitive and easy app! Use the app to set a flight path on a map and FLYBi will follow that flight path. You can also set waypoints and tell FLYBi where to hover to grab amazing shots. When their flight mission is over, FLYBi will return and land to the Helideck or takeoff point automatically and safely.
The iconic dial takes fluid, dimensional form. The dot rises from the dial’s surface. Suggesting the sun’s rays, 60 sculpted linear ridges around the edge subtly mark the minutes. Men’s, women’s and chronograph models. A collaboration with renowned industrial designer Yves Béhar.
Superego is trying to “Redress America With Hemp” through their Kickstarter Campaign. Their shirts are made from the softest blend of hemp fibers and rival shirts that are made from 100% cotton.
Astronaut John L. Swigert, Jr., Apollo 13 Command Module Pilot, holds the “mailbox,” a makeshift device used to purge carbon dioxide from the Lunar Module that played a significant role in saving the doomed astronauts lives. Apollo 13 Hasselblad image from film magazine.