• 29.12.2010
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Water Sculpture


Art work by Shinichi Maruyama and Tetsushi Wakasugi. A slow motion movie about the shapes of water. Its unbelievable how much our eyes can’t see. Only thanks to modern technology we see the beauty of a moment.

  • 30.10.2010
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Fluid Sculpture

  • 26.10.2010
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Nature By Numbers

A movie inspired on numbers, geometry and nature, by Cristóbal Vila.

  • 22.10.2010
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Oops

A winner of the 2010 Vimeo Awards

Dice Mosaic

  • 09.09.2010
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Water Umbrella In China

Water Umbrella China

Incredible Pop-Out Painter

Alexa Meade creates art pieces by painting models into a background and then snapping pictures. The 3-D art piece transforms in to a two-dimensional photograph that makes visitors look twice.

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  • 19.08.2010
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Castles Beneath Cities

Berlin-based artist Brad Downey unearths the beach beneath the streets of German cities.

Brad Downey: Castles Beneath Cities

  • 18.08.2010
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Live Gluing by Michael Raivard: Helene Segara

Miniature Pencil Art By Dalton Ghetti

Dalton Ghetti is an artist who makes miniature sculptures using the graphite tip of pencils. Dalton uses three basic tools to make his incredible creations – a razor blade, sewing needle and sculpting knife. He even refuses to use a magnifying glass and has never sold any of his work, only given it away to friends. He said: “I use the sewing needle to make holes or dig into the graphite. I scratch and create lines and turn the graphite around slowly in my hand”.

Miniature Pencil Art by Dalton Ghetti

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