Kyle Hilton – Art History Paper Dolls

Illustrator Kyle Hilton has created a number of paper dolls that pay homage to the art history greats. The amazing and clever series is appropriately titled “Art History Paper Dolls” and like all paper dolls these feature hilarious and awesome accessories to add to your character.

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Chris Labrooy – Tales of Auto Elasticity

Chris Labrooy’s magnificent series entitled “Tales of Auto Elasticity” has vehicles doing the impossible. Vibrantly-colored pickup trucks are stretched, twisted, and turned bending the imagination. The images you see here are from Labrooy’s imagination, and he digitally manipulates the trucks into the unbelievable shiny sculptures that we see here.

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Akihiro Mizuuchi – Chocolate LEGO

Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi now brings LEGO to our mouths the edible way. Instead of trying to gnaw on plastic pieces like we did as children, Mizuuchi has created chocolate bricks of LEGO that can be used to build as well as taste delicious.

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TM – The New Inspiration Pad

The New Inspiration Pad by Brussels based advertising and design studio TM is meant for you to think outside the box, or lines to be more specific by having all of the blue lines in the notepad go in sporadic directions.

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Katerina Kamprani – Uncomfortable Project

Katerina Kamprani creates incredible industrial design sculptures that are not only witty and fun but forces the audience to rethink every day objects. Kamprani also works as a web designer, architect, 3dsmax teacher and 3d modeler based in Athens.

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Ole Ukena – Conceptual Sculptures

Conceptual artist Ole Ukena uses a variety of media to build riddles that await completion in the viewer’s mind. His choice of material and medium becomes a metaphor that challenges the status quo. Ukena says, “My works try to create a map of the human mind, in an attempt to tell a tale about the very nature of it with all its possibilities, limitations, irritations, and hopes.”

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