Animated creatures invade real life once again.
Check out this beautiful dance performed on the facade of Oakland's City Hall by dancers Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber during the Art + Soul Festival.
This time with dialogue!
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.
Artist Marty Cooper creates awesome augmented reality animations using sharpies, witheout and his iPhone 5s.
The song is 'Slave to the Rhythm' from MJ's posthumous album 'Xscape'.
A similar thing was done with Tupca in 2012:
Dutch artist has been filming his daughter every week since she was born and has put together this fascinating 4-minute long time lapse video of his baby girl growing up into a teenager.
Hydrographics, also known as immersion printing or water transfer printing, is a method of applying printed designs to three-dimensional objects. Read more here.
Artist Kyle Lambert did an amazing photorealistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman on an iPad using only his fingers and the app Procreate. The final result, after 200+ hours of work and 285,000+ brush strokes, is simply stunning.