Posts Tagged ‘ Incredible ’

Milky Pin-Up by Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz


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Utilizing high-speed techniques, photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz has created incredible pin-ups, snapping the models just as milk covers them to give the impression of clothing. The photos are for a 2014 “Milky Pin-Ups Calendar” that will be available in November.

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3D Paper Drawings by Chilean Artist FREDO


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Young Chilean artist Wladimir Inostroza or better known as FREDO has demonstrated incredible talent  by drawing these mind-blowing 3D pencil drawings. These perspective and depth of the effect in these sketches require patience and incredible talent to achieve. The young talented artist says that music is an integral part of his creative process, and his biggest inspiration comes from bands like Tool, Sigur Rós, and Explosions in the Sky.

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15 Amazingly Unique Portrait Styles.


Portraits can be incredibly introspective ways to look at a person.  Most of the time the selected medium is paint, however, folks can go in some pretty unique directions to get their vision across.  Check out some unusual examples of portrait styles below.

Superhydrophobic Spray.


$10 to anyone who knew what that meant before reading this post.  Ross Technology Corp, a company that focuses on steel products has created a new product based on the spray known as NeverWet – which aside from being useful, is also pretty cool.  Now, this doesn’t seem particularly interesting, but it is (at least if you ask me; it is built from nanoparticles and it is hydrophobic) not only that it stops water from wetting it, but it shoots water right off from the surface on which it was applied.  Even if at first they wanted to apply this technology to steel, they quickly realized the enormous list of applications this can have, from shoes and clothes that wouldn’t require washing any more, to your phone that could become waterproof, or just on stuff that you don’t want bacteria to get on.  This spray will be released as a commercial product next year. Check out this video to see exactly how it works.

Jeb Corliss Can Fly.


There are only a select few things I know for certain that I will never do, or even want to attempt, and as most of my closest friends know, jumping out of an airplane is one of them.  That being said, I have the utmost respect for anyone who will.  But Jeb Corliss took that experience just a bit further in the insane video below.  Check him out pulling one of the most ballsy stunts I’ve ever seen.

10 Unusual T’s


Today, we can’t imagine our lives without the T-Shirt, however “t-shirt” didn’t even exist in English dictionary until the 1920′s, and only in 1960′s it became stylish  and entered the mainstream fashion.  It may be hard to believe, but up until the 1950’s, t-shirts were still considered underwear until Marlon Brando, John Wayne, and James Dean shocked Americans by wearing their “underwear” on television.  This, of course, convinced the public that it was absolutely OK to were T-Shirts, and now, after more than 50 years, there are thousands of really cool and sometimes even crazy T-shirt designs out there check the method.

Super-Sick BMX


I specialize in club events, but it’s always been a prospective project of mine  of mine to host/sponsor a skate or BMX competition, so when I decided to take the concept a little further, the first step was research.  Upon my search, I came across one of the sickest BMX videos I’ve seen to date.  Check the method below.

3 Excellent Particle Flow Animations.


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The purrty picture above isn’t something out of the MOMA in San Francisco, it’s whats called a Particle Flow Animation.  Having been an animation major before studying sound engineering, I know how hard ‘tiny particles’ are to pull off properly while animating.  Be it Maya, After Effects, 3D Studio Max, or whatever, it’s a b*tch.  Working with veterans in the visual effects game such as Adam Patton has given me a further appreciation of how hard it is to pull off something that is visually stunning but still appears simple.  In this collection, you’ll find 15 excellent particle flow animations. They vary in length and subject but all of them are breathtaking once you can appreciate the time and effort it took to create these pieces.  It’s amazing what particle flow is capable of doing now-a-days. Check the method below to see these usages of particle flow, and just try to fathom the complexity it took to produce these demonstrations.

Mark Newman’s Sculptures.


Of course, I’m not talk about the british physicist when I say the name Mark Newman.  This Newman is a sculptor artist born in the U.S. in 1962, and has been sculpting for the last 19 years.  There’s no telling what his first statues looked like, but now a days he produced super-realisitic, almost pictures perfect work that can catch anyones eye.  Check the method below.

The 1-Man Rave Party.


I’ve seen tons of surprising things in 2010, but I’d have to say that one of the most impressive ones that I can share has to be the “Drum-and-Bass” beatbox.  The first time I saw this video I was totally floored. This guy is definitely a one man rave.

Freerunning Frenzy.


I’m a huge admirer of all things extraordinary, so its no mystery why I find Parkour fascinating.  The art of traversing elements in both urban and rural settings, can be seen as philosophy by some of its practitioners, but to someone on the outside of the “free running” world, I just see it as pretty damn cool.  Check out some pictures and videos of what I think is one of the dopest arts on the planet.