Lego Cupcakes and 3D Printed Prosthetic Legs: Design Inspiration #4

In this post filled with design inspiration, there’s a French braid, green-hue facade (oh yes), Lego cupcakes with green icing (yum) and also globe made out of Lego blocks, a table made up of hundreds of different coloured pencils, the best treehouse ever been made, bananas dipped in chocolate for children …and, finally, a revolutionary 3-D printed prosthetic leg. There’s some more stuff, too! Enjoy…

This is some stunning line art of a French braid

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This is a really cool wall green hue facade

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These are all Lego cupcakes with green icing

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This is a black and white Volkswagen campervan

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This is a chair made out of some wheels from a car

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Jesus Christ is the offer and perfecter of our faith

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This is a really cool table made up of hundreds of different coloured pencils

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I think this must be the best treehouse to have ever been made

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Bananas dipped in chocolate for children

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This is a photograph of a really weird insect called a Brazilian treehopper

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This is a bullin red

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This is a really nice piece of colourful art work

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This is an original retro wallpaper from the 1960s 70s in the colour blue

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This is a revolutionary 3-D printed prosthetic leg

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This is an image of the globe made out of Lego blocks

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Colourful Food Photography with Marion Luttenberger



This is the header image for the post displaying various types of food photography

This colourful food photography was created by Austrian designer, Marion Luttenberger. She used various fruits and vegetables to create designs for Vancouver-based company ‘The Good Forks’ that specialises in Sustainable Food Systems.

See also: Decaying Food Art by Klaus Pichler.

Utilising bananas, water melons, grapes and beans, Luttenberger has brought to life food in a unique and simplistic way! I think these photos are great; check out the rest below…

Gallery: Food Photography

A pile of watermelons made to resemble some sort of pie Chart

Image of cucumber slices into locking

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Sliced bananas in formation

Circles of pips made to resemble A target

A circle of cucumber slices

Lemon slices floating above lemons

Kidney beans in the shape of a kidney beans

 

Aubergines in various sizes sliced in the centre

Interlocking cucumber slices

A bunch of grapes made to look like a tree

Age of four floating in the air


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Freaky Human Typeface by JC Debroize

This is the typeface design padded out with human flesh

French digital artist, JC Debroize, has created these freaky-looking set of typographic letters that imitate human faces. The “Human Typeface” spells out ‘Kerozen’ (above), which is the name of JC’s design studio.

See Also: First Ever Photograph of a Human.

I think these letters are simply stunning, and it must have taken JC a long time to get right! Each typographic character features a prominent eyeball, along with hair, wrinkles and even expertly-crafted stubble! Also, check out the additional project of JC that I featured at the end of the post: Cockroach Morning…

The letter C with an eyeball at the base

Flesh surrounding a free D letter are with hair

Skin the letter E

This is the letter N from the human typeface collection showing and I with hair over the top

This is the letter K from the human type face collection

This is a letter oh with an eyeball on

human typeface showing letter E

Here’s another great image by JC Debroize from the named “Cockroach Morning”

This is a cockroach sat in an armchair with his feet up on a little coffee table


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Crochet Star Wars Figures and DIY Confetti Sticks: Design Inspiration #4

Here’s another roundup of fantastic design inspiration to give your eyes a real treat! There’s a great Psychology of Color Infographic, along with some quirky Crochet Star Wars figures and some funky DIY Confetti Sticks, too. Check them out…

Wildlife Photography with Illustration

Really clever concept you will are showing stags and colour formations in the antlers

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Tom Buch Graphic Arts

This is an image showing 3-D hexagenalshapes

Typographic design that says do what is right not what is easy

This is a typographic design that says do what is right not what is easy

Psychology of Color Infographic

This is an info graphic showing the psychology of colour and is quite intoresting

Crochet Star Wars

This image shows characters from Star Wars in crochet

Easy Jelly Belly DIY Costume

A lady wearing a home made jelly belly costume with little balloons for the jelly beans

Easter Cake with bunny buried in carrots

This is an Easter cake with Bugs Bunny covered in a pile of tiny carrots

This photo shows Coloured Macaroons

This photo shows coloured macaroons

Poezenboot Poster

Black and white cat poster design

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Dog Names for Graphic Designers by Martin Refsal

This image shows the dog names of graphic designers on various coloured tabs

A great T-shirt design saying No Jesus No Peace

A great T-shirt design saying no Jesus no peace

Art installation at London Graphic Centre

A wall of coloured media

Color your life

A pack of pencils that says keep calm and colour your life

Paper Triangles Art

This is a really great poster design that features paper triangles folded into a 3d formation

DIY Confetti Sticks

Do it yourself, Fetty sticks which can be used for weddings


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