"This series of images freezes a moment of time in each dancer's aerial maneuver, and turns their movements into static sculptures that represents their motion and style. Original shots were stock photography and stylized to fit within the scene, sculptures and sets created entirely CGi." Art by Mike Campau
You can see the process he used at the bottom of this article.
I absolutely love this idea and am surprised no one has come up with it before. The Squidarella umbrella by SquidLondon turns your boring black and white umbrella to color when it comes in contact with water. I would totally get one if I could justify a $38 umbrella on URBANtrim. You can also get it at SquidLondon's shop.
You should also check out the SquidLondon color changing rainwear:
Konstantin Shestakovsky took a trip to the Harry Potter Museum just outside of London and took these wonderful photos. The museum has everything from movie props, to costumes, to sets from the movie. These pictures give you just a small glimpse of what it took to make the Harry Potter World come to life. Now I really want to take a trip to London!
Emilie Griottes created these wonderfully colorful, and tasty looking, Pantone tarts for French Culinary Magazine Fricote. She created these beautiful color swatches by placing berries, carrots, lemons, candy other foods on a tart base. The bottom is lined with icing and marked with a Pantone color. I love the look and feel of this project!
OakoAk's clever street art can be found all over St. Etienne and other cities in France. His style involves adding small details to the environment to create unexpected yet clever results. Here are some of my favorites.
Scott Wade uses a wonderful combination of cars and dirt to create his work. He uses the rear window of cars as his canvas and re-creates everything from famous paintings to famous football stars. He creates each elaborate piece using an assortment of brushes and his hands. One painting can take anywhere from forty mintues to four hours. Each work is wiped clean by rain or the passing of time, allowing him to start anew.
If you ever lose faith in humanity's capacity for creativity and talent, just remember there are people like Chan Hwee Chong in the world. He was commissioned by Faber Castell to recreate famous paintings, and boy did he ever. Each of these portraits is created using just a single line that spirals outwards from the center. Amazing!