Breakfast Around The World - In various places the concept of right and healthy breakfast differ dramatically. Australia: cereal with cold milk and toast with pasta "Vedzhemayt."
These Cake Gun Sculptures by Scott Hove are Part of Guns & Ecstasy - Renowned sculptor Scott Hove is wowing audiences once again with this latest art exhibition called 'Guns & Ecstasy,' which showcases a variety of different weaponry that are designed in the shape of cakes.While these cake-like sculptures look good enough to eat, these art pieces are actually made from foam material, with the addition of several cake-decorating tools. This exhibit by Hove gives the illusion that these guns are made from edible material, while in fact they are simply made from ordinary, inedible objects. The blending of these sweet confectionary colors and textures with the outline of these violent pieces of weaponry provides an interesting theme that compares aggression with a completely innocent hobby.This 'Guns & Ecstasy' exhibit by Scott Hove is running until May 25th, 2013 at the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco, California.
Tredimensionella Ritningar i Blyerts-De guy tjugo år från Syrien skapar ovanliga blyertsteckningar. Han är en student vid universitetet som arkitekt, och i pauserna mellan studie gör hans favoritsysselsättning: rita tredimensionella ritningar. Den använder bara pennor och papper, men det är svårt att tro. Det verkar som om vi här har använt några foto manipulation. En bild tar upp till 8 timmars drift.
The Dextrous Jaroslav Mishchenko Creates Origami Animal Designs - Paper genius Jaroslav Mishchenko knows how to manipulate folded paper so well that it is hard to tell his origami animal artwork apart from molded sculptures.From graceful unicorns to squat crabs, this artist can create intricate artworks with detailed designs using paper and nothing else, not even glue. A coiled cobra sits patiently, looking ready to pounce at any moment, with scales woven throughout its body while a stately owl sweeps its wings out dramatically with each feather picked out in paper. These wild beasts are a far cry from the vaguely shaped paper cranes we’re used to seeing from the usual origami critter creations.The color of the paper is carefully picked out to suit each origami animal and the metallic sheen of the material adds a richness to the crafts.