Nostalgia at a wedding reception won’t be limited to the slideshow of the newlywed’s baby pictures if it features this video game wedding cake. Guests will see flashbacks as they see Donkey Kong throw barrels down or as Mario dutifully climbs up the ladder to the next tier of the cake.
These photographs may not portray sugar and spice and everything nice, but Jason Lee does capture the real deal when it comes to raising kids and the crazy moments that sometimes happen between siblings.
Just as the Taj Mahal was built out of love for a woman, Sebastian Errazuriz created one of a kind high heels for each of the great loves of his life. With “12 Shoes for 12 Great Lovers”, the New York-based artist accompanies each creation with a title significant to the look of each shoe.
What do you do when you want to capture every moment of your child’s life, but scrapbooking and photo albums aren’t your thing? If you happen to own a camcorder, do what Dutch filmmaker Frans Hofmeester did and film them growing up.
“What if-if you bumped into yourself somewhere on the stairs, or what if you didn’t realize you just walked past yourself?” These are the words of Chino Otsuka as she explains the concept behind the series Imagine Finding Me. The visual artist has embraced time travel by using photography and video to place herself in well-appointed spots in earlier photos of herself.
Ever looked at that chocolate eclaire in front of you and wished it was ten times bigger? Amble on into Minimiam’s (“mini-yummy”) world and see exactly what it would look like if food really was larger than life. The idea is the brainchild of husband-and-wife team Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle.
Step into the world of Javier Perez and you’ll find that the often-overlooked items we use everyday take a life of their own in a whole new light. With paper and pencil in hand, what comes out of the creative mind of the Ecuadorian artist is a clever transformation of otherwise ubiquitous items.
You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to be a good marketer — but being creative sure does help. Check out these 50 incredibly, clever ads that leverage the power of creative marketing. Without using a wall of text to attract potential customers these ads help get a message across or distinguish a brand from their competitors by using dramatic imagery and playing on emotions.
Not all artists need to create every element for their artwork. Take for example Mark Khaisman, a Ukraine-born artist who can take an everyday object like a simple brown packing tape and turn it into something that’s truly a work of art.
Not sure where to go on your next vacation? Consider adding these surreal places to visit to your bucket list. You’ll be amazed by the beautiful rainbow landforms in Gansu, China, or be mystified by the Great Blue Hole in Belize.