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Shadow Sculptures: Illusions from Clumps of Junk

Seemingly random bits of junk produce the most unexpected shadows when a light is shined upon them from a certain angle in these sculptures by Diet Wiegman.

Not a Glitch: Cabinet Carved with Disorienting Design

What looks at first like a corrupted image file is actually a real wood cabinet with a traditional carved design that has been 'stretched' for a glitch effect.

Factory to Self-Fabrication: 14 3D-Printed Design Objects

Designers are creating everything from working guitars and records to puzzles and puppets with desktop 3D printers, bringing their digital concepts to life.

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Flexible Paper Sculptures Bend Reality + Warp Perceptions

Li Hongbo's sculptures look like fine ceramic at first, but they are far more layered than they appear. This talented artist excels in the unexpected.

3D-Printing Pen: Draw Sculptures with this Magical Marker

2D or 3D? Drawing or sculpture? These dichotomies break down as you build up a physical model using a traditionally two-dimensional technique.

Paper Cuts: 40 Puzzling Pop Culture Silhouettes

Can you guess the identity of these iconic movie, television and comic book characters just by a basic outline of their heads?

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Real-Life Tetris: Items Fit Perfectly in Street Sculptures

Old objects fill empty spaces between buildings and in doorways. They look like the results of a closet explosion, but they are carefully crafted sculptures.

Wild Horses: The Art of Making a Real 3D Poster

Artist Xavier Barrade created this stunning 3D papercraft horse poster, which seems to burst out of the wall, to promote a song by UK band Dry the River.

Face Books: 4 Written Portraits form 3D Autobiographies

Move over, Facebook. Here is a novel hybrid celebration of the written word, printed page, physical sculpture and possibilities of cutting-edge technologies.

Ad-Free Advertising: A Void Billboard of Nothingness

An odd metal billboard on the border between the United States and Canada advertises nothing but empty air, drawing the viewer's eye to the landscape.

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