Archive for the ‘Art’ Category
Pretty cool… Nathan Sawaya brings you LEGOs, a childhood favorite of mine, as never seen before. Since 2000, he’s used around 1.5 million bricks to construct wildlife, gadgets, landmarks and surreal sculptures. Here’s a little sample of his work: Read the rest of this entry »
Drawing inspiration from the famous Belle Epoque Perrier-Jouët bottle, adorned with delicately painted flowers, created in 1902 by the artist-glassmaker Emile Gallé, Swedish artist Barbo Andersson is Read the rest of this entry »
Anthony Cioffi is a student at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. These are images from his thesis project, an electric racing motorcycle…
Enjoy the work of James Roper… Read the rest of this entry »
Dreadin’ that next family road trip to Yosemite, in the station wagon pulling the old camper behind you… Well you wouldn’t be if your parents hit up Mehrzeller to design your ultra-cool custom camper. Why look like the Hendersons when you can be like the Jetsons?! Read the rest of this entry »
‘Flying Colors of Dubai’ consists of hundreds of colorful flakes positioned around a curved elevator structure. Read the rest of this entry »
Jaeger-LeCoultre introduces an Atmos Regulator clock in a limited series of 28 pieces created for Alfred Dunhill. The clock stands in a black varnished casing with a clear glass front. This casing is set on a black shelf with a tinted glass background that features art deco designs inspired by Dunhill’s iconic 1930s lighters and cigarette cases. The front of the shelf is inlaid with black stingray leather, a reference to Dunhill’s heritage in luxury leather.
Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Atmos clocks are powered by slight changes in temperature, needing no winding, electricity or batteries. A temperature change of one degree Celsius powers the clock for 48 hours. The Atmos uses 250 times less energy than a classic wristwatch.
All for a humble price of $70,600. Oh Boy!!
via: Watch Happening