1. showslow:

    Famous Musician Portraits from Their Own CDs

    It’s very popular to create musicians portraits from vinyl records or recycled cassette tapes. This time the following portraits were created from cds. For the inauguration of First Floor Under, a pop-vanguard culture magazine, artists Moreno De Turco and Mirco Pagano spent more than 200 hours lining up the CDs to recreate the portraits of seven world-famous musicians: Bob Marley, Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison, Jimmy Hendrix, Michael Jackson, James Brown, and Freddie Mercury. 

  2. A Plant-Covered Home

    House Patrocinio (by Rebelo De Andrade)


  3. myedol:

    Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède

    By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.

    Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]

  4. showslow:

    Anatomy in a jar by Kivaford.

  5. inspirezme:

    Artist Kevin Champeny designed this crazy chandelier made of 3,000 hand-cast acrylic gummy bears called the Candelier for home furnishings company Jellio.

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