Creative Illustration for Nerd in Love

How nerds suppose to express their love if the only language they talk is about physics, chemistry or mathematics? Boston-based illustrator Nicole Martinez give one solution through her “Nerdy Dirty” illustration series, which are love illustrations for the geek in all of us. In her minimalism lab-inspired designs, Nicole turned some nerdy phrases into lovey-dovey or even somewhat dirty lines. You might need some chemistry/physics/mathematics knowledge to understand these prints. But as long as you find out, I am sure they will make your day. [behance]

You fog my spectacles.
Creative Illustration for Nerd in Love
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Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard

We all know birds have feather, but how to have birds out of feather? Of course, it will not happen in real life, but come from artist’s hand. Olympia, Washington-based artist Chris Maynard uses individual feathers to create images of large flocks of birds. Using tools like surgery scissors, forceps, scalpels, and magnifiers, the artist carves intricate feather birds that grow and emerge, and flap their wings as they fly away. The feather retains its natural patterns, colors, and shapes, which makes each one of Maynard’s pieces is an original that cannot be duplicated. Find more feather work on Maynard’s featherfolio site. [source]

Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard
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Visual Confusion: Impossible photos from Erik Johansson

Erik Johannson is a self-taught photographer who learned how to retouch photos to make impossible and extraordinary images. Echoing the mathematical preciseness of M.C. Escher and the jocularity of Salvador DalĂ­, Erik creates realistic photos of impossible scenes where up is often down and perspectives are always misleading. For Erik, photography is just a way to collect material to realize the ideas in his mind. Just like he said “I don’t capture moments, I capture ideas.” [source]

Visual Confusion: Impossible photos from Erik Johansson
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9 Cool and Unusual Toothpick Holders

Not many of us still use toothpick to remove detritus from the teeth but his tiny pointed stick is still useful for picking up small appetizers (like cheese cubes or olives). To have an easy access to those useful stick, we need a proper holder or dispenser. Unless you are extremely selective on what kinds of toothpick holders to have in the house, it may not be a big issue which design you choose to purchase. But have a unique toothpick holder will definitely win you some applause during a party. Take a look at the 9 Cool and Unusual Toothpick Holders we prepared for you. Now you can not only make your toothpick easy access but also attractive.

9 Cool and Unusual Toothpick Holders
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