28.12.12 by Jeff

Top 15 Posts on Booooooom in 2012

A lot of my favourite blogs are ending 2012 by rounding up their most popular posts from the entire year, so why not do it here too! Here are 15 of the most popular posts from Booooooom this year!

The Invisible Bike Helmet by Anna Haupt, Terese Alstin

1. “The Invisible Bike Helmet” by Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin

 

Artist Berndnaut Smilde makes real clouds inside gallery

2. Berndnaut Smilde makes real clouds appear inside gallery!

 

4,748 Self-Portraits and Counting by Jeff Harris

3. 4,748 Self-Portraits and Counting by Jeff Harris

 

Sandwich Artist by Brittany Powell

4. Sandwich Artist – Brittany Powell

 

Paper bird sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera

5. Paper bird sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera

 

Maddie The Coonhound new favourite tumblr

6. Maddie The Coonhound

 

Handmade miniature sculptures by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

7. Miniature handmade sculptures by Shay Aaron

 

Salt installations by artist Motoi Yamamoto

8. Intricate salt installations by artist Motoi Yamamoto

 

slamdance 2012 winner Solipsist experimental short film by Andrew Thomas Huang

9. “Solipsist” by Andrew Thomas Huang 

 

The Obliteration Room by artist Yayoi Kusama

10. “The Obliteration Room” by Yayoi Kusama

 

Trace Heavens light installations by artist James Nizam

11. “Trace Heavens” – photos by James Nizam

 

Beautiful Japanese Manhole Covers

12. Beautiful Japanese Manhole Covers!

 

The Eagleman Stag stop-motion animation by Mikey Please

13. “The Eagleman Stag” – stop motion by Mikey Please

 

Smoking Kids portraits by photographer Frieke Janssens

14. “Smoking Kids” – photos by Frieke Janssens

 

The Girl With 7 Horses photos by Ulrika Kestere

15. “The Girl with 7 Horses” by Ulrika Kestere

14.08.12 by Jeff

The Invisible Bike Helmet by Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin

The Invisible Bike Helmet by Anna Haupt, Terese Alstin
Believe it or not Anna Haupt is wearing an invisible helmet in the above image. I know what you’re thinking and the answer is no, it’s not hidden in that touque she’s wearing. What started as an exam project turned into 10 million dollars of venture capital and 7 years of research for Anna and Terese Alstin. They were told it couldn’t be done. The end of this video gave me chills.

Watch below!

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