Another video by Brusspup, this time he takes the work of Jerry Andrus to demonstrate another optical illusion. The concept in this dragon illusion is straight forward, simply reverse the dragon head so that when you change the viewing angle the head appears to turn. You can print out the dragon here.
These amazing sculpture and pencil art was created by Dalton Ghetti. It is astonishing to think that this man had the patience and precision in dealing with something so fragile. Looking at the detail of all the miniature sculptures and to think it was done by hand is unbelievable. You have to look at his whole collection to fully appreciate the time and work that has gone into his work of arts, no matter how small they seem.
In 2008, the Annual Sand Sculpture Festival was held on a Portuguese beach. It was open to the public in Pera on May 22. It is said to be that there is a total of 60 huge sculptures made by professional and amateur artists from around the globe. Last year the theme was 'Hollywood' this included superhero, action, scifi and non-fictional characters from all sorts of movies. The artists used more then 35,000 tons of sand to create these wonderful works of art.
This is a excellent collection of food art I found on the net. Very creative and inspiring, some of the detail here is fantastic. My favourite one is probably the Knife biting bread and The finger eating apple.
I've been browsing the web looking for street art lately to drive inspiration. Here is a nice collection of graffiti street art. The optical illusions set is very nice.