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Archives: Delana


Is it Real or is it Roman? Fascinating CGI Architecture

Regardless of our amazingly advanced CGI technology, it’s rare to see a piece of CGI artistry that’s so masterful it makes one stop and question whether it’s actually real footage. The short film The Third & The Seventh by Alex Roman is a gorgeous CGI journey through the art of architecture that inspires one to [...]

Hiding in Plain Sight: Secrets of Everyday Objects

No matter who we are, we all have something to hide. It could be something as benign as preparations for a surprise party or something as earth-shattering as a secret life. But regardless of what your specific secrets are, finding the perfect place to hide them can make a huge difference in the way you [...]

Just Your Type: Amazing Kooky Typography and Fonts

The art of typography goes far beyond Arial and Helvetica. There is a certain elegance in the way that typographers can take a standard set of letters and turn them into unique and lovely works of art with little more than a few flourishes. These fonts are shining examples of what can be done with [...]

Futuretecture: From Sea Cities to Space Colonies

Are we on the brink of a new era in construction? With commercial space travel finally within our reach, will we see space colonies within our lifetime? And with Earth’s resources running low, will we soon be forced to move into previously uninhabitable areas of the planet? Japanese construction group Shimizu Corporation seems to think [...]

Troopers Behaving Badly: More Off-Duty Stormtrooper Bloopers

Just over a year after he started shooting a Stormtrooper picture every day, photographer Stefan Le Du completed his bizarre journey. His project, Stormtroopers 365, was a play on the popular picture-a-day projects that usually involve photographers taking a self-portrait or other autobiographical picture each day for one year. Instead of photographing his visage or [...]

Down Towns: 6 Unbelievable Underground Spaces

The above-ground world that we can see is only a small part of what’s actually there. In cities around the world, subterranean passageways, hidden histories and underground complexes crisscross beneath the surface. There is a thriving underground world that the average person never gets to see…unless that person knows where to look. There are hundreds [...]

How to Shrink Your Footprint: 10 Little Examples of Tiny Houses

Tiny houses have never truly gone out of style. From the very early days of home building, when the construction was done by hand and usually by the people who would be occupying the home, small homes have been built out of necessity. But today many people continue the trend for the sake of simplicity [...]

Hoboglyphs: Secret Transient Symbols & Modern Nomad Codes

Hobos have played a big part in the history of America – one that’s often ignored. They were the nomadic workers who roamed the country at the start of the 20th century and through the Great Depression, taking work wherever they could and never spending too long in any one place. In their extensive travels, [...]

Ghost in the Machine: Uniquely Musical Cassette Art

The relationship between art and the medium in which it is created isn’t often as perfectly matched as it is with these cassette tape art pieces. Atlanta-based artist Erika Iris Simmons (better known by her artist’s pseudonym iri5) uses cassette tapes to create soulful portraits of musicians and bands. The series, entitled ”Ghost in the Machine,” is [...]

Righteous Wrappings: 33 Incredible Packaging Designs

They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but there are times when the packaging matters just as much as what’s inside. When you’re shopping for anything from a bottle of juice to a new pair of shoes, the package is what catches your eye long before you consider the merits of the [...]