A collection of fantastic photos showing ordinary objects that have been imaginatively transformed (presumably by an artist named Victor Nunes) recently popped up at the Facebook page, “Victor Nunes Faces.” He makes recognizable forms with media such as fabric, foam, and food. Nunes also sees existing forms in mundane objects like nuts, scissors, and popcorn and doodles the ideas in. More images jump more.
The Mug Sweater created by Nananowe who was first inspired by a beloved mug that was put out of commission due to a crack in its façade. "My husband is a real coffee lover, and he has a cute big coffee mug. He drinks coffee from that mug every morning and every lunchtime. One day, his muggie friend got a little bit cracked. He kept Muggie on his desk as a pen-holder, but it looked a bit lonely to me. I was staring at it for a while, and started to wonder how I could make his Muggie happy again. I made my mind up to knit a sweater for it! And that’s the story of how the first mug sweater was born. :-)" Mug Sweaters are available in variety of colors and can be custom ordered via the the her Etsy Shop.
NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg shows how she washes her long hair in space. "And now as my hair dries, as the water evaporates from my hair, it will become humidity in the air, and our air conditioning system will collect that into condensate," Nyberg said. "It won't be long and our water processing system will turn that into drinking water."