DIY of the Day: Framing pictures is for olds. All the cool kids are copying their pictures directly onto blocks of wood.
Crystal Shea says:
Make sure to use copy paper and a laser print copy- it works best this way. Also, to those who are having issues getting all the paper residue off, here’s a tip: get as much paper as you can off, then wet the image with water again so the paper is no longer visible, then apply the mod podge before it’s dry. I found this helps for me.
will definitely be trying this out!!
Tōhoku Japanese Earthquake Sculpture by Luke Jerram.
About the piece:
This sculpture was made to contemplate the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan. To create the sculpture a seismogram of the earthquake, was rotated using computer aided design and then printed in 3 dimensions using rapid prototyping technology. The artwork measures 30cm x 20cm and represents 9 minutes of the earthquake.
Using black marker, Japanese artist Yosuke Goda painstakingly creates large-scale illustrations and murals with intense detail.
Seriously my role model, it’s my dream to do stuff like this!
WOW!!! i want my room like this!!