Born in Japan but now living and working in New York City, artist Kumi Yamashita does incredible things with light and shadows. Kumi has an impressive list of solo and group shows sine the late 90s along with a host of permanent collections around the world. Kumi received her bachelor in fine arts at the Cornish College of the Arts in Washington and obtained her masters in fine art from the Glasgow School of Art in the UK. In her series entitled Light & Shadow, Kumi uses a single light source along with an assortment of perfectly placed objects to create incredible shadow silhouettes and artwork on walls. Please enjoy this small sample below, and be sure to visit Kumi’s official site for even more amazing artwork.
Besides for flying cars, vehicles that can travel on land and sea have been a long time dream for drivers. There have been a couple homemade amphibious vehicles in the past, but none like Project Sea Lion.
It's nonsensical. Hahahaha Frustrated would-be fox hunters are being offered a wacky alternative by a paintballing company -- the chance to shoot at a 'human fox.' Bosses at UKPaintball.co.uk say they came up with the idea -- which sees paintball gun totting 'hunters' chasing a man in a fox costume -- to help satisfy the urges of people after the 2005 hunting ban. Groups of up to 10 people can take part in the £400 hunts through dense woodlands at the paintballing centres and it's hoped they will be enjoyed by both the pro and anti-hunt brigades. All participants don traditional hunting attire and there is even the sound of a bugle to start the hunt. A spokesperson for the organisers said: "The only difference is the fox is a human in fancy dress and he won't be harmed, well… maybe bruised a little.