The sculptures, representing an orang-utan, a polar bear, a sloth, a blue whale and a great white shark, are made of environmentally friendly materials and recycled.
The robot named T8 because of its eight legs strangely resembles a big fungus. Under this frightening appearance hides a rather agile robot that can perform a number of movements thanks to its articulated legs.
The work of Melbourne artist Daniel Agdag with a material as banal as cardboard is not magic. He creates carefully crafted cardboard sculptures of incredibly delicate and complex industrial flying machines.
The big brand of Japanese Whiskey Suntory has found a beautiful way to sublimate its products. Using an engraving machine based on the inversion of a 3D printer (…)
The new risk of further worry aerodromphobes, people with the fear of flying. Indeed, British researchers have developed a new project (…)
We all have in mind a cult replica of Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis or Jean-Claude Van Damme taken from an action film.
Between What I think, What I mean, What I think I say, What I say, What you want to hear, What you hear, What you understand …
.Gif is not just about Britney Spears or SpongeBob entertainment. Some photographers have adapted the format and the result is manignificant!