Wigglegram of the Day: Invader from the Third Dimension!

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Photographer Dan Whitaker took this 3D wigglegram of an LED art installation by light artist LED Eddie.

Artsy Fart of the Day: On Space Time Foam

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Artsy Fart of the Day: On Space Time Foam
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"On Space Time Foam" is a site-specific installation created by Argentinian artist Tomàs Saraceno using multiple layers of translucent PVC membranes suspended 78 feet (24 meters) above the ground. The large-scale aerial structure will be on display at the Hanger Bicocca in Milan, Italy until February 3, 2013.



Artsy Fart of the Day is a feature series dedicated to showcasing a colorful range of visual arts in digital and traditional mediums.

Beautiful Pipedream of the Day

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Mass Migration (2012) by San Francisco photo collage artist Eugenia Loli.


Related Concept: Seasteading



Beautiful Pipedream of the Day is a new feature series devoted to showcasing a variety of visual artworks, films, music and literature in the world of surrealism and futurism.

Meanwhile in Japan of the Day

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Omote 3D Shashin Kan is the world's first 3D portrait studio that uses a handheld scanner to produce a three-dimensional scale model of your entire body, which is then sculpted into a intricate plastic figurine. Created by Japanese advertising and branding company PARTY and located in Tokyo's youthful Harajuku neighborhood, the studio offers three different sizes for your luxurious mini-me sculpture: 3.9 inches (¥21,000 / $258), 5.9-inches (¥32,000 / $394) and 7.8-inches (¥42,000 / $517). It's hard to call it a downside, but 3D printing isn't exactly a instantly gratifying process and the models take about a month to complete.



Meanwhile in (X) of the Day is a feature series bringing you the latest buzz from all over the continents with a special focus on non-English speaking parts of the world.

Artsy Fart of the Day: LEGO New York

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New York-based artist JR Schmidt designed this 3D topographical model of New York City based on a pixel-by-pixel rendering of Google Map's satellite imagery.

Hat tip goes to This Isn't Happiness.



Artsy Fart of the Day is a feature series dedicated to showcasing a colorful range of visual arts in digital and traditional mediums.

J.R.R Tolkien Fan Builds a Hobbit Hole with 2,600 Balloons

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In celebrating the upcoming release of The Hobbit, Utah-based Balloon artist Jeremy Telford turned his family living room into an authentic hobbit hole using 2,600 hand-pumped balloons over three days in about 40 hours of work. If you're curious about the process, be sure to check out the behind-the-scenes video!

Wigglegram of the Day

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Maze by Seattle-based illustrator Dain Fagerholm. Ink pen and color dye marker on paper, GIF.