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Furniture Design: Cone Chair by Kristen Cretella

This cone chair was designed and made by Kristen Cretella for Seth Stem's Chair Studio at RISD in fall of 2013. The chair is made out of plywood, steel and screws and the tools/software used are; Solidworks, Adobe Suite, CNC Router, Vaccum Bag, Milling Machine, Diacro Bender, Tig …

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Awesome In case of Emergency Cases

This collection of awesome 'In Case of Emergency' cases are perfect for all you paranormal and horror movie fanatics out there! Featuring an in case of emergency case for; zombies, vampires, werewolves and even demons, all of which are limited edition and hand made by …

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Beautiful Stone Murals by Naomi Zettl & Andreas Kunert

This collection of beautiful stone murals were created by Naomi Zettl & Andreas Kunert, the owners of 'Ancient Art of Stone'.  The couple work collaboratively with contractors, architects, city planners and single clients with a personal vision. They use stone from mountains and valleys around there home, but some …

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Painting with Thread by Stephanie Clark

Stephanie Clark specialises in painting with thread, she explains her work as 'the embroidery floss is my palette and the needle is my paintbrush'. Stephanie has a background in painting which grew into exploring material and trying new techniques.  I create a method of embroidering …

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Unbelievable Toothpick Sculptures by Bob Morehead

These toothpick sculptures are created by Bob Morehead who is an artist based in the United States. He has been creating this toothpick city for many years and it includes over 300,000 toothpicks. Bob does not use any molds or forms when building these intricate toothpick sculptures, they …

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3D Printed Homes for Hermit Crabs by Aki Inomata

These intricate 3D printed homes for hermit crabs are created by Aki Inomata, she was inspired by how the land of the former French Embassy in Japan had been French until October 2009. She associated this with the way Hermit crabs change shelters and represented …

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Disney Lip Art by Laura Jenkinson

This collection of Disney Lip Art is by London based hair and make-up artist Laura Jenkinson. She has created well known Disney characters such as; Goofy, Pumbaa, nemo and more. On her Blogger site she says she will do a time lapse of each step so …

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Cute Embroidery by Chloe Giordano

This collection of cute embroidery is by Oxford based illustrator Chloe Giordano, she uses size 8 sewing needles with poly sewing thread and draws the designs on with vanishing fabric markers. To achieve the 3D effect Chloe shades as she goes, so everything is created in blocks with …

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Adorable Amigurumi Toy Design by Chity Soy Yo

This adorable amigurumi (definition below) toy design is by toy designer, illustrator and art director Chity Soy Yo who is currently based in Dublin, Ireland. Chity has an online Society6 Store selling art prints, throw pillows, wall clocks and more which you can check out via her website.

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Morgans Mutations are Disgustingly Brilliant

This collection of disgustingly brilliant sculptures are by Morgans Mutations (real name: Morgan Loebel). He uses polymer clay to create his realistic mutated monsters, he has even made a creepy pen holder and human heart necklace! You can purchase some of his creations via his site on …

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Paper Roll Art by Anastasia Elias

Anastasia Elias transforms the everyday toilet roll tube into an intricately crafted story scene. From a boxing ring to a football game, from a hairdressers to a zoo. Using the depth of the tube to its full potential, Anastasia introduces small amounts of light through …

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Astonishing Cut Paper Artist Bovey Lee

Cut Paper artist Bovey Lee is currently based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, she created here first cut paper piece in 2005. She explains her paper art as the tension between man and the environment and the 'motivators' of power, sacrifice and survival. Driving our desires and …

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Emma Fay Transforms Contortionists into Animals Using Paint

Emma Fay has cleverly tranformed contortionists into spiders, giraffes and more. She uses water based paints and spent five hours painting the tarantula. As well as creating animals she also has other body painting projects, some images of her other work are at the bottom of this article.