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Friday Smackdown: Yushiolob

25 Jan, 2013 by in SMACKDOWN
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Diluted mercurial bubbles rose to the shallow, floating just slightly above the surface tension, piling one atop the other with each vibration that resonated from the tune of the Elduen’s harp, driven deep into the earth, betwixt root and worm, stone and shale, albino skinks and these links.

Shintaro Ohata – A seamless blend of polystyrene-based sculpture and oil painted backdrops that put chunky bits of surreal life and emotion into the scenes.
Battle of Grunwald – A glimpse of the medieval painting turned stereoscopic 3D reconstructed scene put together by Platige Image. More on the process here.
Lunch bag art – What one dad does for his kids during his own lunch break.
Form follows function – Jongmin Kim created all of these amazing examples of interaction using HTML5.
Elder Scrolls – Even if you’re not a fan of MMO RPG’s, you’ll love this intense live-action trailer for the new game from Blur Studios.
Big city – James McNabb carves wood blocks, lots of wood blocks and from these wood blocks, he creates sculptures of cities.
Voyager – A two minute journey of geometrically patterned motion graphic fun inspired by space probes of the 1970s.

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About Josh Mings

Josh is co-founder of EvD Media. He engineers and designs, is the Marketing Manager for Luxion, is a CSWP certified for SolidWorks training and support and excels at falling awkwardly. He is editor of SolidSmack.com and co-host of EngineerVsDesigner.com, a weekly podcast about design, engineering and what makes it all happen.

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