Carapace by Brian Jungen - Carapace is an igloo-like structure resembling a turtle shell made up of an assortment of industrial waste bins. Artist Brian Jungen takes familiar trash and recycling containers and creates a structure that can contain us.
"Head in the Clouds" is a large structure constructed from aluminum, wood, and recycled plastic bottles and water jugs. It also calls attention to the nearly 48 million plastic bottles thrown away every day in the US.
3ders.org - The marriage of math and art in 3D printing | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing NewsNylander wants to share things that were hard for him to learn in the form of simple code and graphics that can often be use to make 3D printed objects. Nylander uses Mathematica, POV-Ray, and C++ to create most of his math art – which are objects that dazzle both the eye and the mathematical imagination.
Brian Jungen is a Vancouver-based artist who made internet fame around sneakerheads by taking popular Jordan’s and molding them into something crazy and artistic. This collection of work mainly uses Jordan shoes to create native masks.
The photographer of these recycling containers in Portugal notes: "Most Portuguese don't use recycle bins. On one hand, there aren't many across the country. On the other hand, people don't understand the need.