Exploding Clock

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“A mesmerizing wall-mounted kinetic sculpture that “explodes” powered by an electric motor, wooden gears and parts, then all comes back together with each turn.” Via

Rotating Kitchen


The Rotating Kitchen by Zeger Reyers was put into motion during the opening of the exhibition Eating the Universe at the Kunsthalle Dsseldorf, Germany, last Friday. It will keep rotating slowly till February 28th 2010. Via

Reminds me of an earlier, smaller, project by Jonathan Keller:



Guernica 3D


WOW! Picasso’s “Guernica” in 3D. via

Guernica is a painting by Pablo Picasso, depicting the bombing of Guernica, Basque Country, by German and Italian warplanes at the behest of the Spanish Nationalist forces, on April 26, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War. The Spanish Republican government commissioned Pablo Picasso to create a large mural for the Spanish display at the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne (1937) Paris International Exposition in the 1937 World’s Fair in Paris.

The Original:


Shady Optical Illusion: Crazy Diamonds

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I admit, I read the comments on YouTube for a clue to how this trick works: [spoiler] all of the diamonds are the same, they just all have a gradient on them. Seems obvious now!

Super Ridiculous: Caleb Brown



If the world ends like a Caleb Brown painting, at least it will be pretty cool. Unfortunately he doesn’t have a website, but there are a few more pics here

The Real Simpsons House



.. just blew my mind. More pics here

Scroll Clock


An amazing scroll-clock, by Toki Woki.

Stephan Walter


Nice! More from Stephan Walter at Radionacional

Online Color Challenge



FACT: 1 out of 255 women and 1 out of 12 men have some form of color vision deficiency. Take the online color challenge, based on the official FM100 Hue Test by X-Rite. How do you score?

Dead Laptops

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Dead Laptop series by Michael Dinges. Via

Stephen Wiltshire, Savant


Stephen Wiltshire is the current blower of fine art minds at the Pratt Institute and pretty much everyone else in existence. With a quick fly-by via helicopter for a view of New Yorks skyline, Mr. Wiltshire is recreating the cityscape from memory on a 20-foot panoramic mural. Born with autism and limited communicative skills, his amazing photographic memory and knack for drawing shows a tremendous insight on the capabilities of the human mind. Catch him create his masterpiece in person at the Pratt Institute or via web cam, before this week ends.” Via

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World’s Deepest Bin & Piano Stairs

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Sweden’s “Fun Theory Award” – some brilliant work, sponsored by Volkswagen.