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Posts Tagged ‘ Cut ’

Have You Ever Seen A Rose Pose?


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The melancholy mood of Stockholm-based photographer Carl Kleiner’s photography series, Postures, proves that while some of us may be talented in floral arrangement, only Kleiner has the gift of a tulip whisperer.  And yes, they’re not actually roses, but using tulips, simple props and splendid lighting, Kleiner has created an eerily human atmosphere that suggests that each pose, in its skill and elegance, is somehow a sad premonition of an ending. A cut flower is doomed to die but in their final moments, these tulips are making art.

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via the cool hunter
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Cut Food Photography By Beth Galton


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‘Cut food’ is a series of photographs by studio photographer Beth Galton, which exposes the innards of everyday culinary items. Together with stylist Charlotte omnes, the duo divided each of the diverse food items, allowing for a surprising glimpse a the cross sections of commonplace eats. Particularly interesting are the halved liquids — some of the food items, such as the doughnut and the boiled eggs, were able to be cut smoothly in half without any manipulation but other tricky elements, like soup and coffee, required the use of a gelatin subtance to solidify the fluid forms.

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Sliced Watermelons By Sakir Gökçebag


Turkish photographer/artist Sakir Gökçebag uses real watermelons to create this striking series of artwork.

Stuffed With The Paper Cuts.


Jen Stark uses piles of paper and than cuts them to reveal colored layers.  This is by far one of the most interesting style’s I’ve ever come across.

The Papercut Printer.


Möwe – Dream Paper Concept looks at the possibility of having intelligent paper that prints, auto cuts and folds 3-D paper projects. A lot of folks indulge in 3-D scale models and it is an interesting hobby. Mac takes the idea a step further by suggesting that what if we could control “where and how far to fold and also when to fold via Bluetooth or WiFi, it means you could move paper as you like without touching it. (It’s like embedding Javascript in paper)” Building models from Google 3D Warehouse would be child’s play even for the non-devout.  Swag.

The CardSharp.


I’ve only been stabbed once, (and I did not enjoy it), so I tend to stay away from big knives, but the CardSharp however is something that caught my interest quite quickly.  CardSharp a superlight and supersharp utility knife, the same size as a credit card.  Just three ingenious folding operations metamorphosise the card into an elegant pocket utility tool. Slimmer and lighter than an ordinary knife.  The extra long stainless steel surgical blade ensures longer lasting rust free sharpness. The built-in protective sheath helps prevent injury or blunting. CardSharp® is an ingenious conversation piece. A sharp idea that slips safely inside your wallet or kit bag.  Test marketing in various territories has proven CardSharp is a major hit. ‘Iain Sinclair’s CardSharp is doing for pocket knifes what the MacBook Air did for laptops’ – (Instash.com)  CardSharp samples are now shipping for media and press. Estimated next shipping date for public: end of April 2011.  Check the method.

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