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Some of our more popular Amazing Art articles include:
- Your Worst Fears Come Alive With Morbid Crochet Art
- Have A Piece Of Cake Art
- You Say Potato, I Say AHHHH! Creepy Potato Portraits
- Pumpkin Art That Inspires Awe
- Button Art Gives New Use To Lost Buttons
- Hey, Where'd You Go? Art You Can Disappear Into
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by Josiah Motley
The Equil Smarpen 2 allows you to take notes on any sized notepad and have them digitally recreated. You can then edit the notes, add things, and email them to your colleagues and friends. The Smartpen 2 definitely saves you the inconvenience of having to haul your laptop around everywhere, but it probably isn't for everyone.
by Laurie Kay Olson
Kinetic Rain is an amazing and mesmerizing moving sculpture that has been set up in Terminal 1 of Singapore's Changi Airport. The sculpture was created for and was installed as a part of the terminal's refurbishment by the German design firm Art+Com. It comes across as giant raindrops moving in a carefully choreographed dance routine. It has been billed as the world's largest kinetic sculpture.
by Steve Levenstein
The new, exciting and innovative Apple Watch won't be available until 2015 but Japanese Twitter user Hiromichi Shoji seems to have got his hands on a very juicy prototype. By the looks of it, this new smartwatch sure is sweet!
by Ron Callari
Dissimilar to the countless social networks and apps that have gone before, Emoj.li isn’t looking to disrupt or change any of the existing Web 2.0 business models. Instead of taking itself seriously, it’s an evolving experiment that uses self-deprecating humor while parodying the social media space at large. With over 45,000 pre-registered users already signed up and zero funding, it’s turning an inside joke. . .
by John P. Barker
Huh. Who knew that gummy bears had internal organs? Or a brain? Which brings up the disturbing notion that we've been eating sentient beings for all of these years...
by Fashion Finds
There was a time when every magazine at the grocery store checkout was crucifying (or celebrating) a celebrity showing off what her mama gave her to the world. These party animals found themselves getting in or out of vehicles indiscreetly, giving paparazzi a welcomed photo opportunity allowing them to show the world something they've never seen before.
Fordite (also known as Motor Agate) makes the perfect jewelry for any car nut. Hard as rock but structured as intricately as the skin of an onion, Fordite was formed when accumulated layers of enamel paint overspray were repeatedly baked in automakers' paint-drying ovens, then knocked off the skids & supports to be dumped as worthless slag.
Romanian-born artist Ioan Florea took a 3D printer and pimped Clint Eastwood's ride. The result – a 1971 Ford Gran Torino from the fourth dimension – can be described as being good, bad and ugly.
by Diana Eid
Pierre Javelle, a French photographer of culinary magazines, and Akiko Ida, a Japanese cooker, photographer and artist have collaborated together to make these unique works of art.
by Amber Leventry
I used to scrapbook—yes, I used to take the time to shape photos and place them over decorative and themed backgrounds and then write paragraphs of descriptions on each page. That was well before I had children, when I had time to print pictures and when I had time to sit and look at them. Since photography has gone digital, my hope has been to compile photo books for each year’s worth of photos, but I’m seven years behind schedule. And apparently not up to speed with a new form of capturing life’s moments. Shapify allows you to create three dimensional figurines of you and your family. Now you can turn yourself into an actual 3D selfie.