LEGO probably is the one of the best toys ever invented, it is not only for kids but for grownups as well. You can recreate a lots of stuff out of LEOGs, as long as you have the imagination and skills. We have featured many creative LEGO creation and today, we would like to introduce you another LEGO master – Sean Kenney, one of 11 LEGO Certified Professionals who creates modern sculptures for a living.
It is only two weeks less away from Halloween, one of the most celebrated holiday. Have you got your costume ready? Want to be the most eye-catching people in the party? Take a look at below amazing makeup created by Nikki Shelley who uses face paints to create a variety of different monsters and terrifying faces. As a self-taught makeup artist, Shelley started painting her kids’ faces for Halloween then her husband. Then she started her more serious makeup journey, started to think of ways she could make her work different. The result is quite impressive, you can easily tell from her terrifying Halloween series. Check her facebook page to get more inspiration of her face painting work. If you live close to her, you can even hire her to paint you.
Halloween is just around corner and are you ready to throw something special for this year’s party? If yes, then you shouldn’t miss below zombielicious Brain Cake tutorial. Made by cake artist Yolanda Gampp who has been baking for 18 years, this incredibly realistic brain cake was inspired by The Waking Dead. Why should humans have all the fun? Zombies deserve a premiere celebration too! Hence Gampp whipped them up a blood red velvet Brain Cake with ropes of brainy fondant and oozing with seedless raspberry jam. Not sure would zombie like this cake, but it is definitely a gross surprise in any Halloween party.
These beautiful ice cube sculptures blow our minds of any ice cube we can imagine. Featured in in ads for the Suntory, a Japanese brand of whiskey, these stunning ice cubes come in various shapes, from Batman and deadmau5 to Statue of Liberty and astronaut. It is not simple to create ice cube sculpture like that. It was first designed via Autodesk 123D app, useful for turning images of things into blueprints for 3D printers. Then a CNC router is used to carve the designs into the ice block. The ad company (tbwahakuhodo.co.jp) who made the project, added that sculptures are finished when “a touch of chilled whiskey polishes the surface of the ice and gives a beautiful shine to the sculpture.” Let’s first take a look at these crystal looking ice sculptures and don’t forget to watch amazing whiskey ads which use the ice cube at the bottom.