Creative artist Hans Chung from San Francisco creates solid chocolate replica of a Canon D60 camera with battery grip. It takes 5 pounds of chocolate to make each camera and Hans Chung mentions on his Etsy shop that he will make only 5 more chocolate cameras on-demand.
Source: Inspire Fusion
exploring themes of life and environment in a rather tongue-in-cheek manner, designer cléon daniel manages to explore arguably familiar territory
with a a banana-shaped billiard table. completed with the help of a retired carpenter, the ‘banana pool table’ incorporates a yellow felt wrap and
a hardwood frame with four pockets instead of six.
Love Letters – Hand Drawn Alphabet by Raul Alejandro. Raul graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from the School of Visual Arts in New York City with a heavy concentration in Motion Graphics and Typography. He is currently a freelance illustrator and broadcast Designer / Animator in New York City.
The topic of much speculation, Kanye West has seemingly debuted the title of his forthcoming studio album. Leaked via the Instagram feed of Kim Kardashian, an all-but-subtle title choice of "Yeezus" is situated against an all-red Nike Yeezy II. Shortly following the release of the track "New Slaves" featuring Frank Ocean via projections of buildings in 10 cities, the unveiling of the title also arrives just before Kanye West's SNL appearance. While further info is still to come, what we know so far is that Ye's album is expected too see collaborations from the likes of Daft Punk, Odd Future, Skrillex, Chief Keef, Young Chop, TNGHT and more. Stay tuned.
Before there was a Porsche Panamera plug-in, there was the 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid. And while the Panamera S E-Hybrid might make it to market first, the 918 is on the way, too. This week, Porsche revealed new details about the race-inspired track rocket, which serves as its most advanced, expensive sports car ever. .. Continue Reading Porsche reveals more details on upcoming 918 Spyder hybrid
“Conhecer is an illustrated novel that takes place in the XVIII century. The storyline tells of the most porcine of the power struggle in court, between dances enthralled by the clergy, royalty and nobility. Come Know the story of the history of your town. ”
(André da Rocha)