These fantastic little cityscapes of hermit crabs titled “Why not hand over a shelter to hermit crabs?” Japanese artist Aki Inomata created them in 2009. Through using CT scanner to image the interior of sea shells, Inomata learned how to keep the needs of the hermit crab to select a compatible shell.
This series titled Nomad Patterns, created by artist Livia Marin. Each piece like ice cream ceramic, melt onto a surface but retaining the original printed pattern. Actually, it’s a kind of Willow Pattern motif, an English man created a pastiche of Chinese landscape decoration in the 1790s “as if” it were Chinese. See much more on her website.
These huge and very details paint are from Japanese artist Manabu Ikeda. Ikeda spending eight hours a day, often for years. Ikeda’s recent work called “Meltdown”, that explores the 2011 earthquake, it was on show at the West Vancouver Museum.
Online performance artist Ze Frank use these colorful jelly beans to show you how most people spend the majority of their life. Frank set 28,835 beans that representing days of the average human lifespan, then he subtracts the sleeping, working, eating… finally, only a small square of jelly beans are represent “free” time.
Natural gradients of color and interesting creatures floating, flickr photographer Iar3 show us an fantastic world. Like the Sci-fi movie, the columns of kelp sway in the water as schools of fish swim past.