Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Link Round-Up: July 11, 2017

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" by Paul Ainsworth
Part of a tribute poster series from the Poster Posse collective.

Absolutely stunning paper sculptures.

British Expatriate Spends a Night at The Henn-na Hotel in Tokyo That is Staffed by Robots

French Art Director Jade Dalloul wondered what the banknotes and coins of famous brands like Apple and Google would look like if they became countries.  He’s thus created some hyperrealistic, well thought-out money renderings of the biggest brands in the world for his final year project titled 'Brand Currency.'

Funko has unveiled a whole mess of new Stranger Things-related toys, including Mystery Minis, plushes and a second wave of Pop figures. Most of those items are available to pre-order on Entertainment Earth, but Firebox has an exclusive Upside Down snow globe that is sure to be a creepy addition to your Christmas decor. Check out more pics below.

People Are Sharing Photos of Real-Life Places That Belong in a Wes Anderson Film

Stinger is a metal robot made entirely of parts recovered from everything from aircraft reactors to toy engines. This robot is functional and has several degrees of freedom. The power of its arm has been evaluated to more than 400kg, and it has the ability to walk. Stringer also has a system of target recognition that allows him to follow objects or people.

Typography and design play an important role in fighting fake news

Watch The Inspiring Animation On Idea Creation That Opened Google’s I/O 2017

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