Russian artist Alexey Zakharov, aka Seccovan, has recreated the city of New New York from the Cartoon Futurama in a short 30-second animation.
I'd definitely watch a full length movie!
From far away this art piece looks like a painting but when you go closer you see that it is actually a 3D artwork that uses an optical illusion trick called reverspectives.
Autostereograms... you know, these visual illusions that hurt the brain
If you have trouble viewing it, try the cross-eye version of the video
Hydrographics, also known as immersion printing or water transfer printing, is a method of applying printed designs to three-dimensional objects. Read more here.
This Tokyo-based dance troupe called Enra performed this show to celebrate the fact that Tokyo will hold the Olympic Games in 2020.
Nothing puts on a show like a stampede of Monster Trucks tearing up the terrain! Bash your opponents into submission as you race towards the finishing line, flattening cars, flying over insane ramps, and navigating rough tracks! It's every man for himself, so watch your back if you want any chance of coming out on top!
It is hard to believe that 3D drawing could ever be possible, but with this unbelievable creation it is! The creator originally only wanted $30,000 for the project but it is so remarkable that it has received much more than anticipated. The new 3D pen is so incredible that it has gained almost instant popularity on kickstarter and has already received $1 million in revenue towards its development. Check out the video we posted on the 3doodler yesterday if you have not already seen it.
The works of Dutch artist Leon Keer are very popular in Europe. He often gets commissioned by major companies like Coca-Cola, Red Bull and Heineken to create 3D street advertisements. See the latest paintings of Leon from the art project “Planet Streetpainting.”
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