One Origami Paper Cranes a Day for 1,000 Days

Folding a origami paper cranes isn’t that difficult, however, folding a different origami paper cranes continuously for 1,000 days is quite impressive. For nearly three years, origami enthusiast Cristian Marianciuc continued to produce a vast flock of 1,000 paper birds. The whimsical cranes are generally more decorative rather than showing off the folding techniques. Hence, you can see from below photos that those paper birds are decorated with all manner of leaves, beads, thread, flowers, feathers, and other materials too numerous to list. Below is only a small collection of Cristian’s work and you can find all of them on his Instagram page.

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Vivid Bird Sculptures Made out of Unwanted Scrap Meta

It is not the first time we talk about the recycle artand we love to artists give those unused items a new life. Scape metal, drift wood, and found objects are something quite normal in junkyard, but they become artistic material in South Carolina-based upcycling artist Matt Wilson‘s hands.

The talented craftsman transforms those garbage into magnificent bird sculptures ranging from woodland blackbirds, robins, blue jays, and owls, to predatory eagles and ravens sporting intimidating arched wings. Completing each upcycled sculpture requires not only waiting for the perfect piece of material, but the know-how to integrate it into the whole. You can see more of his unique work on Instagram and even purchase some of the original creations through his Etsy.

 

Amaizing Photos of the 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest

National Geographic Year photo contest is one of my favorite contests where I can see many unbelievable photos that I can never imagine before. Wildlife category is always my top interest and below is some of the winning photos from that category I would like to share with you.

The first image about a timid orangutan wading through an Indonesian river to escape crocodiles beats out over 11,000 entries to take top prize at the 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest. To take the photo, Photographer Jayaprakash Joghee Bojan of Singapore patiently waited for days to capture the image after learning of the orangutan’s unusual behavior. So determined to get the photo, Bojan actually risked his safety by entering into the crocodile infested river to wait for the orangutan to appear.

Mind-Boggling Digital Art by Randy Lewis

Photoshop is one of the most amazing graphic software which allows you to create anything comes into your mind. It is extremely powerful in some creative and skilled designers’ hands. Randy Lewis, an American graphic designer and creative director from Irvine, California, is one of successful representatives. Randy takes two or more ordinary things and mashes them into one image, which results in a new, extraordinary object.

Most of his works are quite literally – the things he combines come from their name, such as watermelon and hot-dog. However, he also tries to mess with our heads by changing things that are visually alike, such as snail and toothpaste, cauliflower and sheep, shake and lollipop. These creations are quite mind-boggling and the side-effect is I have to look twice when I try to brush my teeth.

Artistic Breakfast Egg by Michele Baldini

In my eyes, food artists are group of lucky people who can play with food and create something visually appealing (might not tasty though). They can use all kinds of food as their material, someone use complex ingredients while someone just stick to one kind of food. Like Michele Baldini from Mexico, who is good at making egg arts. Yes, egg arts! Just use egg yolk and egg white, Michele created many amazing egg artwork on the pan. Scroll down to enjoy those impressive edible egg art and find more on Michele’s Instagram.

Paper Food: Creaitive Paper Sculpture by Maud Vantours

Paper, the easily accessible material is one of the most great artistic chameleons. Depending on technique, paper can look wildly different and we have been featuring lots of incredible paper artwork on our site. Today, we will introduce you another creative designer and artist Maud Vantours who transforms an especially two dimensional medium into a three dimensional work with incredible details. Here are interesting creation of “Paper Food” from her Instagram.

One Origami Paper Cranes a Day for 1,000 Days

Folding a origami paper cranes isn’t that difficult, however, folding a different origami paper cranes continuously for 1,000 days is quite impressive. For nearly three years, origami enthusiast Cristian Marianciuc continued to produce a vast flock of 1,000 paper birds. The whimsical cranes are generally more decorative rather than showing off the folding techniques. Hence, you can see from below photos that those paper birds are decorated with all manner of leaves, beads, thread, flowers, feathers, and other materials too numerous to list. Below is only a small collection of Cristian’s work and you can find all of them on his Instagram page.

Playful Pizza Inspired Products

Pizza is one of the most popular food in western culture and some people just can’t live without it. Adorable pepperoni hats, cheesy bedding, fancy pizza dress are just some of the pizza inspired products that are taking the world of novelty retail by storm. If you are one of these pizza lovers and want to wear some funny pizza sock or keep warm with a pepperoni sleeping bag, don’t miss the article below. These playful products are sure to turn heads and make strangers laugh.