We have featured several posts about “Recycled Art” before and today, we will introduce you another creative artist who transforms everyday objects found in flea-markets and car boot sales into works of art. Working with a variety of refuse materials such as rusted kitchen pans, typewriter keys, car lights and other scrap metals, Edouard Martinet sculpts several types of animals and insects.
1. Sharky Tea Infuser, make a killer cuppa tea [link]
The Sharky Tea Infuser, designed in Argentina by Pablo Matteoda has a clever design that is both fun and useful. The floating tea infuser extracts tea leaves, herbs or fruit in water until completely saturated. During the waiting process, you can see the color of your tea create a beautiful effect which reminded us of the movie scenes where the ocean turned blood red. Very amusing in deed.
Anastassia Elias, from Paris France, is a full-time artist and illustrator and her preferred medium is paper collages and paintings. With a quirky canvas and steady hand, she created these fantastic scenes inside empty toilet paper rolls. With the right lighting these scenes burst to life; silhouettes in a land of cardboard.
We list 9 our favorite work of Anastassia, you can find more fantastic work from this wonderful artist via clicking here.
Illusions can be eye-catching and attractive and when you apply them to computer displays, the results can be quite interesting and deceptive. How cool will be to have a see-through screen?
The idea is simple: Taking a digital photo of your surroundings then place it as the desktop background of your monitor or screen. That way, they appear to have a fully transparent display. Below we will showcase 24 transparent screen trick photos. The environments presented in these photos appear to have a completely transparent screen which creates an optical illusion. Have fun!