Illustrator and muralist Mona Caron painted a transparent utility box at Church Street in San Francisco. Titled Manifest Station, the utility box has to be viewed in spesific spot to match those of the actual intersection.
Arizona-based artist Tom Eckert creates incredibly lifelike sculptures out of little more than wood, paint and patience. Working primarily with basswood, linden and limewood that is then coated with fine layers of lacquer paint, the artist can create realistic wrinkles in fabric or reflections that are almost impossible to discern from the real thing. (via twisted sifter)
If you are wondering how things work, you may probably disassemble it. In a book of Things Come Apart, McLellan exposes the inner working of 50 objects and 21,959 individual components. you can order it now on Amazon and Thames & Hudson. All images copyright Todd McLellan courtesy of the publisher. (via Colossal)
Argentine artist Leandro Erlich was commissioned by the Barbican in London to create an installation to show unique visual effect. There is a wall of giant mirrors propped against a huge horizontal print of a Victorian terraced house. So, the visitors can take photos as if they climbed the wall like spiderman. [via visualnews]
Anthony Howe created incredible kinetic sculptures powered by wind. Watching the videos to know how it works. It is totally mesmerizing and it hardly seems possible that such an object could be constructed because of its complexity. If you want to watch more videos, please see on his youtube channel