Since we last visited with artist Brett Kern ( previously ), the West Virginia-based ceramicist has continued to produce new models of his ingenious inflatable toy dinosaur sculptures.
I’m really enjoying this line of tissue holders from Sparkly Pony based out of Auburn, California. Dinosaur plates and whale spouts become dispensers for plumes of tissues. (via Quipsologies )
Artist Brett Kern creates detailed ceramic objects that at first appear almost indistinguishable from inexpensive inflatable toys. Kern mimics the tell-tale wrinkles and forms of air-filled toys like dinosaurs, astronauts, balloons, and even whoopie cushions—all made from clay. You can see more work in his gallery , and he has several pieces available in his Etsy shop .)
Origami artist and chemistry teacher Adam Tram folds some incredibly beautiful objects with paper. From dinosaurs and skeletons to flowers and warriors, it seems nothing is off limits to his folding abilities. Tram is a member of the Vietnam Origami Group , and you can see many more of his pieces on Flickr .
All photographs courtesy Jorge Saenzs / Caters News Over the last few years we’ve seen several series where people use toys, pets, and unwitting significant others as props to liven up their travel photos.
Few things are more beautiful than puffy white clouds floating in the bright blue sky. Do you remember the time when you would lay on the soft green grass, look up at the sky, and try to recognize shapes in the clouds floating overhead? Wasn’t it wonderful, just lying there, letting the wind caress your skin, as you imagine that the clouds in the sky are actually mystical or not-so-mystical creatures? Dragons, ducks, teddy bears, dinosaurs, everything was up there.
After the rolling pins of designer Zuzia Kozerska , here are today the creations of the shop Mood for Wood , which has created a collection of laser engraved rolling pins, that will print beautiful patterns on your dough and cookies! Cats, dinosaurs, geometric patterns, dogs, flowers or butterflies, some awesome creations to discover on their Etsy shop.
The folks over at Brooklyn-based Tinysaurs build DIY paper model kits of the world’s smallest dinosaurs and other skeletons, both real and fictional. Each tiny kit stands about 2 inches tall when finished and takes about 20-30 minutes to assemble with a pair of tweezers. Kits are available as a standalone paper model, or as a deluxe kit with included borosilicate glass display dome. See more in their Etsy shop . (via So Super Awesome )