5,000 kids of all ages participated in the project called Build Up Japan recreating a futuristic map of the country using ivory LEGO bricks. The map is not the exact replica of the country because kids were asked to design a future topography for Japan regarding the last year’s events like the earthquake and tsunami. The map looks stunning.
You must have heard about Chinese invisible man Liu Bolin who paints his body to blend into various backgrounds. Cecilia Paredes, a designer from Peru, has developed his idea in a more artistic way. Cecilia paints her body to match extremely colorful wallpapers with abstract or floral patterns. Paredes’ latest project is called “Landscapes.”
It takes creativity and patience to turn food and random household objects into compelling scenes from life, and these amazing creations do just that.
Just about every kid made funny drawings that their parents affixed to the refrigerator, but imagine if those drawings were turned into actual soft toys.
These creative and simple movie posters prove that less is often more, something Hollywood should take to heart.
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Artist Chris Gilmour created these amazing sculptures of all sizes using only cardboard and no metal or wooden frames.
We already know Hong Yi by the portrait she made out of coffee spots. The creative artist from Malaysia decided not to stop on this and now she has something new to offer – the woman has made a portrait out of socks pinned to bamboo sticks!