Digital Dozen! I know you need fun stuff, internet.
I forgot all about DD last week because it was a short week and my brain was confused. Obviously. So here’s fun things for you now, friends.
This installation, New Moon, is a pretty awesome visual concept. [More images at the link and a short video here]
Do you want to know why you sun sneeze, or sleep start? Then watch on, good reader, for these explanations of involuntary bodily reactions!
I bet you’ve never combined the words “science fictions buddhas” in your brain before. Well, here now. There you go. For real I want this little Chewie for my desk.
This artist created the symbols for certain vitamins/minerals out of foods they’re present in. Is it just me, or does Iron look REALLY TASTY? Mmmm.
I want to get a big print of this and hang it in a classy frame. (via)
There’s an amazing fox sanctuary in Japan. So many foxes! I don’t think I could handle the cute. Lookit!!
This treehouse is so nice it’s basically like a little wooden castle in a tree, and I’d totally live in it. It must be nice to build something like this as a whim!
My handwriting’s scratchy at best, so I’m always mindblown to see well done calligraphy, especially when it’s really taken next-level like this!
3D lettering with parallelpen&pencil #calligraphy #calligraffiti #calligritype #typographyinspired #typism #blackletter #inking #ink #lettering #art #sanat #kaligrafi #hatsanatı #logotype #logo #handstyles #thedailytype #goodtype #typography #typespire #graffiti #graphicdesign #showusyourtype #tattoos #typetattoo #instagood #zigzag
Artist Denny Dyke makes these intricate sand designs, or what he calls “walkable art”. I don’t think I could bring myself to walk on them and ruin them! But by their location I suppose they’re fleeting anyhow thanks to the tide.
I love photos of abandoned places; I wish I was more of a photo adventurer to get some shots of abandoned places on my own. Until then, I’ll keep appreciating those I come across, like this series of an abandoned, snowy mall.
I love art installations that have a mesmerizing component. This fits the bill perfectly. Hypnotizing, almost..
I think my favourite type of installation, though, is having surreal placements of objects in regular scenes/places. It just tickles my brain so much. So I’m pretty down with these weird bunches of balloons appearing in all sorts of places.