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Three Cubes Colliding: A 3D Printed Kite Spectacular (VIDEO) »

Using 1,700 3D-printed joints, CTF3 (Cuben Fiber) fabric and feather-light carbon rods, this seemingly heavy and eight-foot cube is actually a kite that can fly to the sky.

The piece is simultaneously a complex and mesmerizing formal accomplishment and a light, airy ode to innocent play.

Photographer and visual artist Dan Cretu recreates everyday objects using fruits and vegetables. In experimenting with oranges, limes, peppers, tomatoes, and otherwise manipulating food in all manners of ways, Dan transformed common everyday foods into recognizable objects.

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857 Empty School Desks

The desks represent the number of U.S. students who drop out of school every hour, every day. […] The art installation was made by not-for-profit organization, College Board, to call upon presidential candidates to make education a more prominent issue in the 2012 campaigns.

OMG! The 2nd image is a Graffiti made on one of the 857 empty school desks.

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The slow house trailer

My little girl asked me to create a complete village with these houses. But I think one will be enough.

srdash:

The slow house trailer

My little girl asked me to create a complete village with these houses. But I think one will be enough.