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    Mehmet Ali Uysal in the Park Chaudfontaine (Belgium). Cool art!
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    Looking for a portable photo studio? The inflatable photo studio (IPS) is a black plastic balloon that quickly setting up a controlled shooting environment in minutes. It can be pumped up ready for action in 3-4 minutes. The IPS is made from 6-10mm thick plastic and block out any light that might spoil your photography. and folds up to 2 x 2 x 4 ft when deflated. The inflatable photo studio comes in two sizes, a small 12 x 7 x 10 ft and a lager 20 x 12 x 12-ft design at $330/$400 or $350/$500 respectively.
    Created by David Alvarez.. He just stands there, solves each cube to present the right pattern, and sets it in place, apparently without any kind of reference.
    "Yes, I rotated every single rubik's cube to the project. First thing before I started working on the project was learn how to solve it. After that, then I knew how the rubik's can be used to my advantage for the project and make a portrait.
    I DID NOT BREAK THE CUBES, OR PEEL THE STICKERS. In all, there are 336 rubik's cubes and the project is 4ft in length and 3ft in height. " [ Youtube link ]
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    Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has filled the museum's turbine hall with millions of life-sized sunflower seeds, these life-sized sunflower seed husks are in fact intricately hand-crafted in porcelain. Each seed has been individually sculpted and painted by specialists working in small-scale workshops in the Chinese city of Jingdezhen. The installation encourages visitors to touch and walk on the carpet of "sunflower seeds".
    Ai Weiwei: sunflower seeds
    turbine hall, tate modern
    bankside, london
    now until 2 may 2011
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    This is a fully functional 10mm Rubik's Cube. By Evgeniy Grigoriev. Evgeniy Grigoriev beat his own previous record of 12mm by creating this homemade fully-functioning 10mm-across Rubik’s Cube.

    Collection of over 68 underwater sculptures located in Grenada and the UK all by sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor. Video details the transformations of the pieces over a 2 year period.
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    Don't know the right thing to say? Stumbling over words? Do away with uncomfortable conversation. Conversacube is a conversation aid device that will prompt you what to say and do and guide everyone toward smooth, comfortable conversation every time.
    Conversacube runs on Arduino and includes IR sensors and electret microphones for detecting the presence and measuring the audio levels of conversation participants, and adjusts its cues accordingly. Creaed by Lauren McCarthy.
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    Bus Roots is a green roof system designed for buses by Marco Castro Cosio. "It’s a green roof for a bus." 
    The project posits: "If we grew a garden on the roof of every one of the 4,500 buses in the MTA bus fleet, we would have 35 acres of new rolling green space in the city."
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    Here is a video demo of a program that eliminates logos and replaced them with something else(in the video, the faces of the various companies' CEOs).
    "Enter Unlogo, a new artwork by Jeff Crouse that uses corporate technologies to new ends. Unlogo is an iPhone app and website. The app can be used by individuals to identify logos that may occur in photographs they take with their phone and to replace them with images drawn from an online databank. The website allows anyone to view and contribute to the databank, suggesting and uploading images that may be substituted for a particular logo."
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    Chris Allen, a professional yo-yoist, made an enormous yo-yo. It is 35 inches across, 18 inches wide, and weighs 5.4 pounds. Allen tested it while standing on the roof of parking garage of the National Yo-Yo Museum in Chico, California. Watch the video of it in action after more.
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    The awesome statue you see in the pics is placed in the middle of Piazza Affari in Milano, in front of the “Milano Stock Exchange” this week, the sculpture was reallized by Maurizio Cattelan, an Italian contemporary artist.
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    "using long camera exposures to record the iPad moving through space in order to make a stop motion film of 3-d light forms. "
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    Paper Donut created this papercraft breakfast for Arjowiggins.
    "We imagined all the (clichés) french & american possibly breakfasts meals for you.
    Juste choose your character (ooooops, the boy seems to be away)… Well, take that girl as your avatar and make your own home breakfast ! "
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    8BITWOOD "is a journey into the madness of homemade pixel art. I work in the videogame industry and I thought what better way to pay homage to my favorite games than to cut out thousands of little blocks of wood, stain them, glue them together, seal them and then hang the result on the wall? I work at a videogame developer that is kind enough to let me create murals of pixel art and put them up on the wall for display."
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    Artist Yvonne Lee Schultz’s porcelain pistols are replicas of James Bond’s Walther PPK and the newer P99, with friendly permission of Carl Walther Inc.
    "The fragile weapon, hand-painted in the style of classic tableware motifs, liesnext to your coffee and cake, asking to be picked up. Its coolness andcomfortable grip increase the qualms of the user, leaving him in a quandary between the pleasure of luxury and violence." Available in a variety of patterns.
    Dictaphone Parcel is an animation based on a sound recorded with a dictaphone travelling secretly inside a parcel. As the hidden recorder travels through the global mail system, from London to Helsinki, it captures the unexpected. We hear a mixture of abstract sounds, various types of transport and even discussions between the mail workers. The animation visualizes this journey by creating an imaginary documentary.




    YouTube channel thingsonmyhead was made specifically for one sole purpose, a series of videos where one Canadian man puts various objects on his head and stares at the screen for a few minutes, blinking, breathing, balancing, the usual. The variety of objects placed on his head so far include bread, a phone book, a dress shoe and of course, Parmesan cheese.
    TapeArt by Stella, Rex, Jurij Lozič
    Location: Kino Otok, Izola

    Video by Multipraktik (shots & edit by: Mique; titles: Nina Vrhovec)
    Music by DID - Ask U2
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    Nemo Anatomy Sculpt by Jason Freeny.
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    Northern California artists Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector built a 65-foot-tall, 10,000-pound obelisk out of around 340 bicycles, and one tricycle. Called "Cyclisk". It was installed on a streetcorner in Santa Rosa, California. Grieve and Spector collected the hundreds of bicycles they needed for the project from community donations.
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