Weapons of Mass Creation

Weapons of Mass Creation war screen printing posters and prints

Weapons of Mass Creation war screen printing posters and prints

Justin Kamerer aka Angryblue re-released two of his great Weapons of Mass Creation prints with cooking and art themes and added a new one: Music. The three screenprints have editions of 150 and will sell out pretty quick so head over to his shop. (via omg posters)

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Miguel Endara Draws a Portrait of His Father Using 3.2 Million Dots

Miguel Endara Draws a Portrait of His Father Using 3.2 Million Dots stippling portraits pointillism drawing

Miguel Endara Draws a Portrait of His Father Using 3.2 Million Dots stippling portraits pointillism drawing

Wow. Starting with a goofy portrait of his father’s photocopied face artist Miquel Endara embarked on an ambitious stipple drawing, using 3.2 million dots from assorted Micron pens to recreate the image on paper. Watch the wonderfully shot video above condensing 210 hours of drawing to see how he did it and also check out his website where he has a zoomable high-res version of the image. I have a terrible feeling my dad is going to ask me for a portrait using 3.3 million dots. (via stellar)

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Drypoint Prints by Angie Hoffmeister

Drypoint Prints by Angie Hoffmeister printmaking people faces dry point

Drypoint Prints by Angie Hoffmeister printmaking people faces dry point

Drypoint Prints by Angie Hoffmeister printmaking people faces dry point

I’m in love with these stunning drypoint prints by Düsseldorf-based artist Angie Hoffmeister. Drypoint is a printmaking technique in the intaglio family where images are etched onto a plate using a sharp metal or diamond point. Give anything some extra eyes and I’m usually a fan, but there’s also something about using a more traditional and laborious printmaking technique to make such intriguing imagery that I really respect. You can see much more of her work here. (via)

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Flickr Finds No. 9

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
Benoit Paillé

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
Mr:Mac

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
Kaisa

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
Mikko Lagerstedt

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
David Talley

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
Kyle Scully

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
Leslie

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
Gregory

Flickr Finds No. 9 social flickr finds compilation
Andrea Pucci

It’s that time again, a roundup of my favorite photos found on Flickr the last two weeks. See previous Flickr Finds.

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Making the Invisible Visible

Making the Invisible Visible street art optical illusion installation faces

Making the Invisible Visible street art optical illusion installation faces

Making the Invisible Visible street art optical illusion installation faces

For a second year, street art collective Mentalgassi has partnered with Amnesty International and Wieden + Kennedy creative team Lisa Jelliffe and Kirsten Rutherford to help highlight some of the year’s most prominent human rights abuse cases playing out around the world. Via Unurth:

This year the German street art collective have created work that appears in 26 sites across Wales, Ireland, Germany and Denmark. The 6 individuals highlighted in this year’s work include Fatima Hussein Badi, who faces the death penalty in Yemen after an unfair trial, Jabbar Savalan, who is in prison in Azerbaijan for his peaceful anti-government activism (including comments he made on Facebook), and Natalia Estemirova, a Russian human rights activist whose murder has not been brought to justice.

Mentalgassi transformed large portaits of each individual into segmented strips that are applied to the slats of fences. At first the images aren’t readily visible and only come into focus suddenly from extreme angles, reinforcing the campaign’s theme, ‘making the invisible visible‘. (via unurth)

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A Frugal Town in Lithuania Erects a Christmas Tree Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles

A Frugal Town in Lithuania Erects a Christmas Tree Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles trees recycling Lithuania Christmas

A Frugal Town in Lithuania Erects a Christmas Tree Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles trees recycling Lithuania Christmas

A Frugal Town in Lithuania Erects a Christmas Tree Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles trees recycling Lithuania Christmas

A Frugal Town in Lithuania Erects a Christmas Tree Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles trees recycling Lithuania Christmas

A Frugal Town in Lithuania Erects a Christmas Tree Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles trees recycling Lithuania Christmas

A Frugal Town in Lithuania Erects a Christmas Tree Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles trees recycling Lithuania Christmas

Okay municipalities of the world, pay attention. For a third consecutive year the city of Kaunas, Lithuania approached artist Jolanta Šmidtienė to assist with their annual holiday decorating. Recognizing the city’s somewhat dire financial state the artist challenged herself to build something that wouldn’t rely on any administrative funds set aside for the event. The result: an enormous 13-meter tall Christmas tree made from nearly 40,000 recycled green bottles and zip ties. At night the tree is lit from the inside resulting in a glowing, translucent, emerald green spruce that’s making headlines across the country. I would love it if Chicago had the ambition to do something like this. (via design you trust, delfi, lrytas.lt)

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The Chromatic Typewriter

The Chromatic Typewriter typewriters painting machines device chromatic

The Chromatic Typewriter typewriters painting machines device chromatic

The Chromatic Typewriter typewriters painting machines device chromatic

Washington-based painter Tyree Callahan modified a 1937 Underwood Standard typewriter, replacing the letters and keys with color pads and hued labels to create a functional “painting” device called the Chromatic Typewriter. Callahan submitted the beautiful typewriter as part of the 2012 West Prize competition, an annual art prize that’s determined by popular vote. I don’t know how practical painting an image with a color typewriter is, but if Keira Rathbone can do it… (via dark silence in suburbia)

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