The fun of the following post is in the multiplicity of approaches exhibited by the artists. Links are provided when I have the information and be sure you don’t miss the videos at the end. Do you have a favorite?
Artist Franc Grom drilled approximately 20,000 tiny holes to create the pattern on this egg.
Caleb Charland, below, harnesses the power within fruits, vegetables, and other foods for his photographs. His latest project was powered by a single orange, which used iron nails to conduct the electricity. The photo required a 14 hour exposure.
From the website of the artist below, Anastassia Elias: I cut the small paper shapes that I stick inside the toilet paper rolls. I use tweezers to manipulate the paper shapes. I select the paper of the same color as the roll. It gives the illusion that the paper figures make part of the roll.
Designed by architects Mike Tonkin and Anna Liu, the “tree” below is comprised of a series of pipes, cut and stacked in a spiral fashion. When the wind is blowing a mesmerizing tone echoes through the hillsides of Lancashire, England.
The creator of the following video, Pes, was recently nominated for an Academy Award in the animation category. Below is my favorite one from him. Click here to see more, including the nominated animation.
Thanks to Ginny for forwarding the following from the Bowen Beer Bottle Band. Click here if you’d like to see more.
Thanks to Jennifer H. for the following video by Beryl Baker.
Even if you’ve seen other Where the Hell is Matt videos, try the 2012 version, my favorite. Thanks to Louise for forwarding it.