Tag: patterns

May 7, 2015

Artist Finds Beautiful Beach Stones and Covers Them in Tiny Dots of Paint

Artist Finds Beautiful Beach Stones and Covers Them in Tiny Dots of Paint

Elspeth McLean is an Australian award-winning artist whose passion for colour and detail has evolved into a unique style of painting she describes as “Dotillism”. In what she calls Mandala Stones, McLean collects beautiful beach stones and uses them as her canvas to create intensely colourful and intricate artworks entirely out of dots. Elspeth…

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May 5, 2015

Food Gradients by Brittany Wright

Food Gradients by Brittany Wright

Brittany Wright is a Seattle-based freelance photographer with a passion for cooking and food photography. On her website, the artist explains: “I’m working on my life goal of teaching myself how to cook everything and anything. I enjoy the science behind cooking and experimenting with flavors. I see food as an art, and an…

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Mar 26, 2015

Picture of the Day: Frost on Windshield Looks Like Waves in an Ocean

Picture of the Day: Frost on Windshield Looks Like Waves in an Ocean

Photograph by catfun4ever on reddit In this quirky capture from one of my favorite subreddits, r/mildlyinteresting, we see frost that has formed on a windshield that looks like waves in an ocean or possibly a distant mountain range. Frost can make such cool patterns! via catfun4ever on reddit

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Mar 15, 2015

Artist Turns Utility Box Into Ceramic Tile Illusion

Artist Turns Utility Box Into Ceramic Tile Illusion

Artist Diogo Machado aka Add Fuel, turned an utility box in Lisbon, Portugal into a ceramic tile illusion. The artwork was done with permission as part of the Trampolins Gerador Project organized by Mistaker Maker. According to Street Art News: The idea of the [Trampolins Gerador] project was to revitalize the area through music,…

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Feb 25, 2015

21 Satellite Photos of Earth that Will Give you a Fresh Perspective

21 Satellite Photos of Earth that Will Give you a Fresh Perspective

The world looks different when seen from above. During spaceflight, astronauts and cosmonauts have reported a cognitive shift in awareness while viewing the Earth from orbit or from the lunar surface; this is known as the “Overview Effect“. This experience inspired Benjamin Grant to launch Daily Overview, an online project that attempts to, “fully…

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Feb 22, 2015

This Was Cut from a Single Carrot

This Was Cut from a Single Carrot

Watch this talented chef cut an amazing geometric-shaped pattern from a single carrot. The precision is incredible!

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Jan 18, 2015

3D Printed Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures by John Edmark

3D Printed Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures by John Edmark

John Edmark, an inventor/designer/artist that teaches design at Stanford, has created a series of 3D printed “Fibonacci Zoetrope” sculptures that come to life when spun under a strobe light or are captured by a video camera with a very fast shutter speed. In the hypnotic video above, the 3D printed sculptures are spinning at…

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