Alejandro Guijarro spent three years traveling to the quantum mechanics departments of Cambridge, Stanford, Berkeley, Oxford and other universities, taking photographs of blackboards just minutes after lectures ended.

Rough Sketch

Daigo Fukawa created a collection of furniture pieces based on rough sketches for his senior thesis exhibition at Tokyo University of the Arts.
[juxtapoz/spoon & tomago]


Christian Zucconi's process involves destroying a completed sculpture. The remains are later loosely put back together to resemble its broken condition.
[hi fructose]


An interactive art installation concevied by ceramacist Laurent Craste and digital agency Dpt. The animated “shadows” are coming from a hidden projector which tracks the movements of the faux light source.
[this is colassal]

Pothole #316841

Jim Bachor takes his mosaic work to the worn-down streets of Chicago to confront the city’s own type of ruin: gaping potholes that number upwards of 600,000.
Now he's even been sanctioned by the city of Chicago.

Beautiful Dreamer (pulled)

Maskull Lasserre created "a series of grenades that "detonate" a melody from an enclosed music box when the pin is pulled and the spoon is released. Each grenade is wound and set, and can only ever be 'played' once—much like how a grenade can only explode once."
[the creators project]


"Every week a mysterious duo [Dangerdust] plague the chalkboards of Columbus College of Art & Design, seeking to inspire and motivate, leaving behind a trail of chalk dust."