Tea Break Blog

Food for thought on a tea break...

Judith G. Klausner’s scrummy Orea cookie cameos. Check out her website for other artistic endeavours with food. 

(via Beautiful Decay)

I Saw a Peacock with a Fiery Tail; 17th Century Britsh ‘trick’ poem brought to life thanks to Indian artist Ramsingh Urveti and the team at Tara Books. This proves you don’t need an iPad to be innovative.

(via Brain Pickings)

A reconstruction of Otto Dix’s Portrait de la journaliste Sylvia von Harden using Barbie. Merging her favourite childhood toy with her favourite images, Jocelyne Grivaud recreates famous artworks and icons using Mattel’s plastic princess. 
(via Beautiful Decay - click to see more)

A reconstruction of Otto Dix’s Portrait de la journaliste Sylvia von Harden using Barbie. Merging her favourite childhood toy with her favourite images, Jocelyne Grivaud recreates famous artworks and icons using Mattel’s plastic princess. 

(via Beautiful Decay - click to see more)

Hexahedra, a cube-based typeface. Everyone seems to love this based on the fact it reminds them of tetris.
(via The Creators Project - click and scroll to see the complete alphabet and animated show reel)

Hexahedra, a cube-based typeface. Everyone seems to love this based on the fact it reminds them of tetris.

(via The Creators Project - click and scroll to see the complete alphabet and animated show reel)

Although a PR exercise demonstrating the precision of a pen, these pictures are pretty amazing nonetheless.

(via Behance.net - click to see how these images were drawn)

Bâtiment by Leandro Erilich. Some of the best urban artwork requires public participation. In this exhibition, a cunningly-placed mirror creates the illusion of zero-gravity at Le 104 in Paris. 
(via This is Colossal)

Bâtiment by Leandro Erilich. Some of the best urban artwork requires public participation. In this exhibition, a cunningly-placed mirror creates the illusion of zero-gravity at Le 104 in Paris. 

(via This is Colossal)