I hope you're interested in bringing some style into your life, because here are 7 most interesting and most original designs from the world of art and urban living that we carefully searched and brought to you. Enjoy!
Imagine waiting for a bus with scent of baking food, spreading about in the air all around you! That is what I call smart advertising. The 'mccain ready baked jackets' outdoor campaign brings an interactive, multisensory display to bus shelters throughout the UK.
Greek artist and electrical engineer, Petros Vrellis, has created an interactive animation of Vincent van Gogh's painting 'The Starry Night'. Left alone, the visualization sends the paint daubs of the saint-rÃ©my night sky into swirling patterns of motion, governed by the mathematics of particle dynamics. A touch interface allows viewers to deform the image, altering both the particle flow and the sound. when not touched, the visualization will return to its natural state.
âLight & Jellyâ is series of lamps cast in jelly by Le Creative Sweatshop and then photographed by Fabrice Fouillet. The results of combining this common household food with differing light sources are very colorful and look stunning.
We can thank Alex Gross for turning these stiff cabinet cards from the Victorian era with those unfortunate people with constipated face expressions into lively characters that appear like they have just strung out of some Marvel's comic book. He takes poor dead bastards who kicked it 100+ years ago and repaints them as pop icons. The result is marvelous!
German designers Julian Appelius and Karen Olze have created 'Blind passangers'. The screen series consists of six sublimations on polyester to be affixed to the inside of the car window. Figure options include Botticelli's muse, Simonetta Vespucci, the bust of Nefertiti, Vermeer's Girl with the pearl earring, Arcimboldo' 'Spring'Â or two cherubs by Raffael, all depicted at 43 x 36 cm. The blind functions as a shade the true passenger of the vehicle while simultaneously displaying a famous art historical image to passers-by.
Israeli designer Luka Or has created the 'Lid Sid' for Israeli company Monkey Business. The pot and pan accessory offers one effective way to let off some steam in the kitchen, literally. Sid is a small figure which hangs over the edge of a pot, propping its lid open to let out some excess heat while food is simmering.
This year for the Valentine's Day in Japan, you'll be able to honor the tradition of buying chocolate to your loved one, but this time, instead of the regular chocolate, you will be able to buy a chocolate bar shaped smart phone, designed by Tadaaki Wakamatsu, that will be released and available for sale on February 14th.I hope you enjoyed these 7 great and unique designs that we prepared for you. There will be more of these soon. Written by: Sanela Todjeras copyrighted © artsyswag.com