Thursday, November 20, 2014
Transporting liquids from one place to another would be easier with Bellows Bottle. This concept features expandable bottles, a mechanism that can be used to pump out water, the bottom structure is responsible for easy movement. With this design, user can get freedom from the trouble of water spills as well as efficiency in stacking these bottles when empty.
Designers : Yunjo Yu and Seonghyun Kim
Bellows Bottle : Expandable Bottle That Pumps Out Liquid Easily is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design
Chase studio’s Andrew Chase is a photographer and an artist who has the skills and talent to form animal sculptures including a cheetah, gorilla, and a dinosaur with scrap metals.
Derek Gores has achieved national attention for his portrait series. His stunning collages are made from discarded magazines, labels, and other recyclable materials.
What Came First
Brighton-based artist Kyle Bean specializes in set design, hand-crafted models and art direction. His What Came First piece, made entirely from eggshells, is a solid testament to his brilliant creativity.
Charming junk sculptures
Over the last 50 years, Leo Seowell has developed and perfected his style of converting everyday junk such as plastic objects, woods, and metals into charming works of art.
Floppy disk paintings
If you weren’t a fan of the good old floppy disk, then better give your old collection to Nick Gentry. His sensational creations comprise of the now irrelevant floppy’s to create oil-like artworks.
Yuken Teruya‘s brilliant upcycling of the toilet paper roll produces whimsical wall installation she cleverly calls “corner forest”.
Ribbon of light
Talented artist Sara Bergando creates flexible ribbon of light from scraps of felt, battery charger from old mobile phones, and a circuit of 50 LED low-power. The lightweight and flexible materials allow for various shape customization and configuration.
Recycled clothing creations
Guerra de la Paz is a group of creative Cuban artists who have been collaborating since 1996 to produce a collection of inspiring recycled art made from discarded clothing.
Steel being the main material (recycled from airplanes, cars, and motorbikes), RoboSteel painstakingly designs and creates these steel sculptures by hand. Their creations include vehicles, earth’s life forms, and movie characters such as the Transformers that are shown below.