Austrailian artist Thomas Pavitee has created an amazing interactive art experience: a connect-the-dots journey through the life of Michael Jackson, which includes the extremes of his physical transformation, from early 70s Jackson 5 frontman to late aughts This Is It Michael.
Check out this video to see how it works:
ManMade does not, in any way, at any time, for any reason, condone the consumption of Michael Bay movies.
But we, very enthuastically, enjoin you to take advantage of the Michael Bayifier, a internet application that allows you to upload a photo, give it unnatural color, bombs, explosions, and all the other unbelievable junk that make up a typical Bay feature.
Michael Johansson is a Swedish artist who works with recognizable found materials and secondhand objects, but rather than welding and gluing items together, simply organizes items with a natural, Tetris-like connectable affinity for each other into geometric shapes.
Some experts from his artistic statement:
"I am fascinated walking around flea markets finding doubles of seemingly unique, though often useless objects I have already purchased at another flea market...
Dude, I don't know what it is.
I don't have a particular slant towards or against Michael Jackson... I appreciate him perfectly well.
I don't have an enormous interest in knitted celebrity softies...At least, I imagine it to be an average amount.
Perhaps it's the tiny little white socks.
Whatever it is, I can't stop looking at this knitted Michael Jackson doll, decked out in his infamous red leather getup from the Thriller video. (Recently added to the Library of Congress' U.S. Film Registry along with Dog Day Afternoon.)
From Colette.Fr "Michael is back! He resuscitates in the form of doll thanks to Soso creator. In her hands Michael