Tiny Mechanical Steampunk Insects by Gershenson-Gates

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Chicago-based artist Justin Gershenson-Gates created tiny mechanical steampunk insects by carefully soldering parts of watch. If you are interested in, all of these are available for sale, see more detail on a mechanical mind. [via mymodernart]

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Unique Visual Effect Using Mirror to Help You be a Spiderman by Leandro Erlich

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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]

Mesmerizing Inside of Bullet Photographs by Sabine pearlman

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Photographer Sabine pearlman took pictures about the object that has been often neglected by us. I’ve just realized, bullet looks beautiful inside. With the project named “Ammo” , a series of portraits featuring bullets cut in half, Pearlman displays the projectiles in a simple format, blank on the background, to help us focus on these objects. See more about pearlman (via junk-culture)