Chocolate Editions by Mary & Matt are beautifully delicious. It was initially their chocolate pie chart that caught my attention when it made its rotations around the blogosphere, but they have many more treats – check it out!
I cannot read Javier’s posts since I’m limited to english-only, but that’s alright…the images are simplistic and speak enough on their own. Found via Robert Peters
Think those hours of playing with legos were a waste? WRONG! Jan Vormann is putting cities back together…well, in a manner of speaking.
Originally discovered this site via We Heart and am slightly obsessed now! Love browsing images for fashion and freshness? Lookbook.nu!
Intricate, colorful. Samantha Magowan’s photography grabbed my attention and held it. Via Design For Mankind
I’m Here by Spike Jonze is a short film about two robots falling in love in LA. Aside from the story being extremely beautiful and touching, the experience of the website is interesting as well. Set up as a movie theatre, there is a seat capacity! Or if you prefer, you can check it out...
Designer/craftsman Kin Ichi Ogata has created some beautifully masculine, industrial pieces. The above being my favorite. Look for them on unity523ny’s site. Found via Design Milk
Colored varnish in a fishbowl. So simple. So sweet. Found via The Cool List
I stumbled upon Alexa Meade’s work and was intrigued by the stucco. Then I realized part of the texture is from her canvas – human flesh. Totally blew my mind!
View the video here: Helppreventcervicalcancer.com I first saw this spot during a commercial break on the oscars. I think it was an appropriate way to catch the audiences attention. Don’t you? Check out Help Prevent Cervical Cancer
In my experience, viewers get upset when they see something simple and claim, “Well, I could do that.” But sometimes that’s not the point of art. For instance, Dan Kenneally has been creating these simplistic paintings based on every day American foods, but all I can think when I see one is, “Yes, that is...