Contemporary by Angela Li in Hong Kong, artist Li Hongbo, created a brand new series of metal silhouette sculptures cut from butcher knives. The cold, hard metal along with the simple, clean lines form a stark contrast to the messages that Li is trying to convey. "The sculptures are a warning to society" he explains, "Human beings will eventually destroy themselves because of their gluttony and their abuse of animals."
New York Magazine. He and Eker insist they’re not littering but rather “curating furniture that has been disposed of and putting it all in one area for the community to see.”
Trying to break their office routine and alleviate boredom, Squarespace employees and coworkers Francesco Fragomeni and Chris Limbrick have started a fun and creative project titled "Fools Do Art", in which they challenge each other to recreate classic works of art using props found around the office, Since the start the project has become significantly more elaborate. Coworkers have joined in and they're receiving submissions from all over the world. "We're really excited about Frida Kahlo's Diego and I in which she painted a self-portrait with Diego Rivera's portrait with a third-eye embedded in her forehead," they told Mashable "We're also stoked to do Botticelli's The Birth of Venus which will just be hilarious in every possible way."
New York-based stop-motion animator PES(previously) is back with a new quirky short film titled "Submarine Sandwich", the third installment of his cooking series which also includes Western Spaghetti and Fresh Guacamole. The film is set in an old school New York Deli from the 1920s where an experienced sandwich maker slices up boxing gloves, time-worn footballs, hockey gloves, and chunky baseball mitts in order to build the tastiest sandwich ever.