Canadian advertising agency launched an ad campaign for the group Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE). The ads showed weapons created using journalist equipment and carried the tagline, “Information is Ammunition”.
A two-storey rectangular coffee shop modeled in the shape of a vintage rolleiflex twin lens camera built by a former helicopter pilot. He has great passion for photography and vintage cameras, and lives in the house next door with his family.
New York-based artist Sarah Rosado uses dirt to illustrate different shapes including a camera, a duck, a video game controller and more. Dirty Little Secrets is a project in which she uses dirt which she collects from local parks and using various tools she create beautiful hand-shape creations. I got in touch with Sarah and asked few questions regarding her artwork.
German artist Bartek Elsner beautifully creates everyday objects with cardboard in his spare time. His motto is “Think about the box, not beyond it”. His amzing cardboard creations include surveillance camera, VHS cassette, tree, fireplace and many more. One of his larger-than-life cardboard structure is the giant Ghetto blaster made for the International Radio Festival 2012.
Creative artist Hans Chung from San Francisco creates solid chocolate replica of a Canon D60 camera with battery grip. It takes 5 pounds of chocolate to make each camera and Hans Chung mentions on his Etsy shop that he will make only 5 more chocolate cameras on-demand. Limited edition “Chocolate Camera” can be yours for only $500, available at Etsy/ChocCamera