martes, 29 de junio de 2010

Power up mushrooms

Jonathan Ball's Power Up Mushrooms poster is adorable!

To take in case of emergency!

Chocolate Pills Description:

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* I've lost my favourite lip gloss.
* That damn woman from work I hate is wearing the same top as me.
* I'm runing late and my heel has just snapped.
* It's raining on my hair that I've just spent an hour perfecting.
* Oh No! My ex just saw me in a dirty oversized rugby shirt with bed hair.

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"The Nikon S60. Detects up to 12 faces."

"The Nikon S60. Detects up to 12 faces."
Me encanta la publicidad divertida e inteligente.

Kris lewis

“Cuando comienzo una pintura el tema físico, emocional y espiritual se me revela. Cada pincelada le habla al siguiente trazo, llevándome a un diálogo, enlazándonos a mi y al tema como si nos encontráramos por primera vez. Encuentro excitante esta incertidumbre y acepto la indecisa naturaleza de mi trabajo” Kris Lewis

Este pintor estadounidense que se ha ido especializando en el retrato, y más en el femenino, posee una técnica exquisita, digna de los antiguos maestros, y paleta maravillosa. En sus obras, no sólo muestra una profunda afinidad con la gente corriente, es un encantador de miradas, a las que dota de una vida y una elocuencia difíciles de describir.

Para los días oscuros

"When I was a kid, there are two things I wanted badly and never got... A real dog and a Kenner AT-AT Walker."

Mandalorian dance:

Patrick Boivin

lunes, 21 de junio de 2010


Imágenes digitales llenas de luz y una cierta melancolía perezosa creadas por el creador de videojuegos Stephane Belin, artista conceptual y director artístico para casas como Ubi Soft y Electronic Arts.

domingo, 20 de junio de 2010

Así nacen los juguetes

La diseñadora francesa Stéphane Munnier ( ha creado este prototipo en 3D para que llegue a ser un juguete, y espero que llegue a serlo, detalle de los ojos intercambiables incluido, porque es fantástico.

sábado, 19 de junio de 2010

The coolest toy!

Possibly the coolest (nerdiest) toy ever created by humankind! A Darth Vader - Deathstar transformer!
Hasbro Star Wars Transformers Darth Vader/Death Star

Steampunk wars

"A victorian-style portrait of a wookie with a monacle? I mean, come on...that's just made of win. I liked Robert's painting so much that I had to make my own rip-off to frame and put on my wall."

Illustrator / animator Greg Peltz brings the steam out in Star Wars with three rather dapper Victorian portraits.

lunes, 14 de junio de 2010


"Jeff de Boer is a Calgary-based multi-media artist with an international reputation for producing some of the world's most original and well-crafted works of art. With an emphasis on metal, he is best known for such bodies of work as suits of armour for cats and mice, armour ties and sword-handled briefcases, rocket lamps and pop culture ray guns, and exquisite high art, abstract works called exoforms."

Dark Down Deep

Mysteries to Behold in the Dark Down Deep: Seadevils and Species Unknown

"The images arrayed here come from “The Deep: The Extraordinary Creatures of the Abyss” (University of Chicago Press, 2007), by Claire Nouvian, a French journalist and film director. In its preface, Ms. Nouvian writes of an epiphany that began her undersea journey.

“It was as though a veil had been lifted,” she says, “revealing unexpected points of view, vaster and more promising.”

The photographs she has selected celebrate that sense of the unexpected. Bizarre species from as far down as four and half miles are shown in remarkable detail, their tentacles lashing, eyes bulging, lights flashing. The eerie translucence of many of the gelatinous creatures seems to defy common sense. They seem to be living water."

Take-g toys

Take-g toys: Amazingly crafted Japanese wooden toys. Someone figure out how to get me some! Via


"Mike "m.heisler" Slobot is an artist and a storyteller. His creations are unique characters with backgrounds (and futures). Slobots are the good guys: they work in conjunction with people, animals and the planet. They come in many colors, but they're mostly green. In a scene that often farms out its production to overseas factories, Mike makes every attempt to outfit the Slobots with reclaimed local bits. The repurposed parts come together under the Slobot secret sauce as one whole healer, helper or pal.
The Slobots are art and toys simultaneously. They are the manifestation of hope rendered with acrylic tubes, secret sauce and jet packs. Each Slobot is a unique piece, a one-of-a-kind in a sea of carbon copies. As the Slobots make their way out into the world, the world, in turn, has been taking notice."

domingo, 13 de junio de 2010

Ken wong

Una sutil y fluida mezcla en la que se disuelven: dulzura, significado y un aire lóbrego, poblado de sombras, eso es lo que consiguen sus ilustraciones.

sábado, 12 de junio de 2010

Electric arts

Electric Art is an internationally acclaimed retouching studio based in Sydney’s creative heart Surry Hills. Over the past fourteen years they have built a solid reputation as the print post production image specialists, providing exceptional solutions for their clients by exceeding their creative and technical requirements.