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…tomorrow

Final 3D Design project! Done!

thedailywhat:

Viral Video of the Day: Girl with the Eyebrow Trick Returns!

YouTuber Sarah Ellen, known for her funny eyebrow dancing talent, is back with a new video showing off her ability to match facial expressions with other people’s mouth movements using Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit “Sweet Talk” iOS app.

How delightfully weird!  This girl’s got skills.  

drawnblog:

Beautiful dystopic things for your Friday.

According to the description: This film was made over the last two years in our evenings, weekends and days off. We had no budget but a lot of help from our very talented and generous friends.”

See? Make your own way! It’s the best way, if you can swing it.

(Also, the vertical format looked great on my iPhone, and I assume it would look good on tablets and other vertical things.)

Everything I Can See From Here (by The Line)

I made this for my 3D Design Class.  We were instructed to carve a replica of a small animal or human figure in soap and then introduce some form of Time Transformation to it. 

I made this for my 3D Design Class.  We were instructed to carve a replica of a small animal or human figure in soap and then introduce some form of Time Transformation to it. 

jeffsucks:

Autumn by Tatyana Zabanova

austinkleon:

Girl with a Pearl Earring Selfie

The Vermeer mashup represents one of the internet’s many mysteries, and highlights some of the problems current and future researchers face when aiming to determine points of origin for creative works expressed on the internet and uploaded as an image file.

The earliest reference to this piece I could find was March 5 2012, posted at the Clumsy Odd Stubborn Tumblr.[12] This post does not identify a source, nor the artist responsible. Later postings at other sites identified the artist as Mitchell Grafton, though with no link the artist’s site or original post source. The image achieved widespread exposure when it was posted by pioneer blogger Jason Kottke on October 18 2012.[13] Kottke clarifies that he has been unable establish an “airtight” source or attribution for this image.

(via Three Pipe Problem: Alteration and invention - Raphael, Vermeer and the mashup)

devidsketchbook:

MYSTERIOUS TINY ROOMS BY MARC GIAI-MINIET

French artist Marc Giai-Miniet (Born in 1946 in Trappes) makes some of the most incredibly detailed (and disturbing!) dollhouses that we’ve ever seen. Marc started creating these disturbing shadowbox dioramas rather late in his career, recurring themes include libraries, furnaces, laboratories, submarines and intestine-like tubing in lonely, decaying spaces.