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Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures

“These are 3-D printed sculptures designed to animate when spun under a strobe light. The placement of the appendages is determined by the same method nature uses in pinecones and sunflowers. The rotation speed is synchronized to the strobe so … Continue reading

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Optical Illusions

Everyone loves optical illusions. If you don’t… well, I don’t have to finish that sentence because every loves optical illusions! There are many awesome illusions floating around the web, and I’m sure you’ve seen the majority of them. Here, I … Continue reading

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Light Sculptures

I’ve posted before about an artist using scrap metal and light to create pieces of art. Over at Colossal, we have another artist, Diet Wiegman, doing something similar, whereby he uses various trash and objects to create fantastic light sculptures. … Continue reading

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Micro-Origami Sculptures Unfolding In Water

Intriguing micro-origami sculptures, 2-3 cm across, which unfold in water through capillary action. The sculptures are cut and folded in a specific way, and once placed in water, the liquid is drawn up against the flow of gravity through the … Continue reading

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Kinetic Sculpture of San Francisco

The above creation, enttitled ‘Rolling through the Bay’, is the result of 35 years of patient work (still ongoing) by artist Scott Weaver. It’s an absolutely beautiful and crazily complex kinetic sculpture made entirely out of toothpicks. What’s especially impressive … Continue reading

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