ART/DESIGN

Typewriter Gun Series: Artist transforms vintage typewriters into guns

Eric Nado transforms Typewriters into Guns-2

Eric Nado, a 42-year-old artist based in Longueuil, Québec has come up with a very interesting and thought enraging artwork in the form of Typewriter Gun Series. Working with scraps of industrial machinery, recycled and salvaged from various urban spaces, his work has revolved around the storytelling of our collective past through nostalgia-imprinted sculptures and assemblies. Well, for his new bold typewriter gun series, the artist has transformed various Underwood Olivetti Lettera 32 typewriting machines along with few other brands into Typewriter Guns by reassembling every piece of the original machines.

Insane scrap metal art made from recycled car parts

Amazing sculptures by Scrap Metal Art Thailand

We here at MyCoolBin are fond of artists and designers who love to create their artwork using recycled materials and discarded items. In the past, we have featured numerous artists and their unique and innovative recycled artwork here. Well, the scrap metal art which we are showcasing today is surely the most incredible artwork that we have brought to you until now. Founded back in 2012, the Scrap Metal Art Thailand specializes in creating welded metal sculptures ranging in size from 1m to 8m high.

Highlights from bizarrely brilliant world of Burning Man 2016

Burning Man festival 2016

Burning Man is the biggest and most bizarre week-long art and music festival in the world. This annual gathering takes place in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. Every year various artists and enthusiasts from across the globe gather at Black Rock City to create a beautiful and imaginative community, which is removed after the event, leaving no trace. This year’s festival lasted from August 28th until September 5th. Have a look at some of the major highlights from Burning Man 2016.

Medieval renditions of superheroes and supervillains by Samuel Lee

Medieval renditions of superheroes by Samuel Lee

For those who want to take cosplay to whole new level, have a look at these outstanding medieval renditions of superheroes and supervillains. These dramatic suits are created by cosplayer extraordinaire Samuel Lee, founder and leading construction artist for design studio Prince Armory. Since 2007, the studio has been handcrafting several armors for commercials, movies and top-tier cosplayers.

Makoto Azuma turns Ape scooter into pop-up flower shop for Fendi

Makoto Azuma Fendi Flower Shop

Floral artist Makoto Azuma has converted three-wheeled Piaggio Ape scooter into a beautiful pop-up flower shop for Italian luxury house Fendi. Originally designed by the inventor of Vespa, Ape scooter was created especially for the struggling class of post-war Italy. However, now this vintage-styled vehicle is refurbished into a floral shop that’s temporarily installed in Ginza flagship store.

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