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Mad Quickies: Objects Sanded Down in Stop-Motion, Paintings on Books, Lego Boba Fett Costume and More!

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Hello, dear readers. It’s time for your Monday Quickies. Here at Mad Art Lab, we LOVE the art and design site Colossal. So here’s a nice smattering of recent highlights from them. There’s also a couple from i09 that I couldn’t resist throwing in. I hope your week doesn’t suck.

This is officially my new favorite thing: Objects that are sanded down, layer by layer, while being captured in stop-motion. I can’t describe to you how much I love this. Video below.

French street artist, oakoak, creates some funny and thoughtful “street interventions”.

A different kind of palimpsest. Paintings on salvaged books by artist Mike Stilkey.

A sculpture made from plastic bottles illustrates one hour of garbage in New York City.

I can’t imagine how much work these took: Gorgeous, life-like paper bird sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera.

Quite clever and well done: An Lego Boba Fett costume built for a kid.

A sneak peek at Pixar’s next animated short!
 

 

 

 
I urge you to watch this video. Urrrrrrrrrrrrrrrge

Featured image by oakoak

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