Floating Heads by Sophie Cave at Kelvingrove
Technology - Design
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The Floating Heads installation by Sophie Cave can be seen at the Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow, Scotland. Over 50 heads, each expressing a different emotion, were hung over the museum’s foyer.
These expressive masks are fascinating because they capture a single moment in time, usually fleeting in real life. Faces are forever transforming as we navigate our daily existence…except here...

Steampunk Taxidermy By Lisa Black
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New Zealand artist Lisa Black  modifies broken taxidermy animals with mechanical parts such as antique hardware or old clock parts. After finding a damaged, stuffed fawn at a garage sale, she was so inspired that she decided she felt she had to “fix” it by adding mechanical limbs, organs, and other crucial pieces. Some of her work, like the crocodile seen below, even includes working gears in place of the heart...

Tires Sculptures by Mirko Flodin
Lifestyle - Arts and Culture
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Here are some enviromental-friendly artist who employ recycled tires to make the most stylish and unique artworks. Have a look and pay honour to what they have done.
Mirko Flodin is a German artist whose desire as an metalartist working internationally is to design artwork which fits into the broader cultural context as well as the ambiance of the desired setting. Therefore, he strives to combine the site specific natural and architectural lines with traditional and historical themes to create something both unique and representational as follows.

Brian Marshall Re-purposed Adoptabots Sculptures
Technology - Design
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Adoptabots are robot figures created from discarded daily objects, which are now ready to set on with a new life. Designer Brian Marshall decided that products which had ostensibly completed their desired taks did not deserve to rot in the landfill, so he decided to give them a new life in the form of artistic figures which maintain their original form, but also take up an entirely new shape...

SOUND Night Club in Phuket, Thailand
Technology - Design
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The night scene in Phuket, Thailand, changed permanently last fall, when SOUND Phuket night club  was opened.  SOUND’s design theme, realized by Orbit Design Studio (Bangkok, London and Tokyo) in association with Bed Supper Club, is based on the human ear, so everything in the interior is rounded, curved and tubular. While mimicking the human body, the SOUND environment with its intense audio and visual effects offers a surreal, out-of-body sci-fi experience.  One of the central attractions is the bar lit by a stunning 19-meter graphic equalizer LED screen that is synchronized to the music that ranges form electronic music, hip-hop and R&B to house depending on the DJ and the theme of the night...

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