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Brock Davis and the Cucumber Killer Whale

Brock Davis and the Cucumber Killer Whale

Award-winning, multidisciplinary artist and creative director Brock Davis has produced these fun plays on perception pieces. Cucumber Killer Whale The Cucumber Killer Whale is great and looks quite realistic even though its GREEN and a cucumber! Rice Krispyhenge I love the Rice Krispyhenge, the little puffs of rice standing ridged representing an ancient monument! Twinkie Circuitry Twinkie Circuitry finally reveals whats inside this american […]

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Pinso is wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

What the Flock?

What the Flock?

Dhaka – What a great image of individuals going about their busy days! Crowd sourcing platforms are great!! They literally give people the ability to do anything they want! There are so many versatile projects on crowd sourcing websites – its cool after cool after cool which brings us to this latest crowd sourcing project – First Bus Map of […]

Taylor James Urban Angel

Taylor James Urban Angel

Urban Angel by Taylor James ‘I love it when a plan comes together‘ – this is what they must be saying at Taylor James with their amazing Urban Angel project that was conceived and produced in their London studio!  The Urban Angel project combines a number of techniques to create this visually stunning experience; live-action, photography, CGI and […]

Ax Wielding Octopus

Ax Wielding Octopus

AAAHHHH!!! The Ax Wielding Octopus!! Imagine for a second…the octopus is chasing you, this is scary in itself but then you realise that some of those many arms are wielding axes!! Hunting you down!! Then what? Well…then you realise – its a cute creation by Japanese maker Hiné Mizushima. Mizushima was born and raised in […]

Laser Cut City

Laser Cut City

‘A World of Yesterday’s Tomorrows’ by Nadine Spencer a graduate of Nottingham Trent University. This fantastic intricate work is made up of nearly 800 laser cut buildings. That’s a lot of buildings to design, Nadine employed modern techniques such as laser cutting as well as traditional techniques such as hand cutting with a scalpel – that’s got to hurt after a while ouch! ‘Suspended […]

Casio G-Shock 17 years on

Casio G-Shock 17 years on

It’s been 17 years since I bought my very own first watch which was a yellow Casio G-Shock and it is amazing!! When I first bought the watch it was a fantastic vibrant yellow with chunky extreme styling to cope with the demands of life! I remember the experience well, as if it were yesterday.  It was 1995 […]

Luke Jerram Revealing the Invisible

Luke Jerram Revealing the Invisible

Dare you call this glass work beautiful? Glass Microbiology…the HIV virus. The National Centre for Craft & Design will be exhibiting the work of Luke Jerram in Revealing the Invisible.  The exhibit opens on 2 February 2013 and closes on the 14 April 2013 so you have plenty of time to plan a visit! Luke Jerram is an internationally respected multidisciplinary artist whose work […]

Ceramics by Jo Woffinden

Ceramics by Jo Woffinden

RCA graduate and London based artist Jo Woffinden has created these fantastic sculptured geometric pieces.  Woffinden’s work explores the relationships between form, space, light and materiality and is influenced by architecture, in particularly the Baroque style.  Woffinden explores the unfolding of  Baroque structures, through the geometry of the shape, Woffinden has created forms with beautiful curved flowing planes and lines that break up the geometry in a […]

Eyetoons

Eyetoons

Eyetoons by Ian Traynor is a fantastic project that was successfully funded on kickstarter.  Eyetoons is a super fun way of combining design and music! This quirky well designed and fantastically illustrated book is great fun! The idea is simple; you look at the clues and work out the song and the artist.  Check out […]