The Week’s Links
Robot-flowers, fiction characters on Starbucks cups, maps on clothes, and Afghan skateboarders in the weekly issue of Bird In Flight.
The mermaid on the Starbucks paper cup will never be same thanks to the author of the Sleevebucks blog.
Hallows by Mistake
Historian Paul Koudounaris took photos of skeletons that were wrongly taken for the martyrs in 1578.
You will need a flashlight to read a children book by Megumi Kajiwara and Tathuhiko Nijima.
British artist Zack McLaughlin knows how to professionally work with wood and paper.
How Can I Get to a Museum?
Monochome turns any map into a print on clothes.
Sir Peter Blake will take passengers to a dazzling ship of his own design.
As you Wish
Engineer Sean Stevens and artist Ashley Newton created flowers that can be controled by the power of your thoughts.
It’s forbidden in Afghanistan for women to ride bicycles, so they use skateboards. Photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson met girls for whom skateboarding became sport #1.
Artist Paige Smith decorates the nooks and crannies in the sides of buildings and walls on the streets of Los Angeles with the geodes made of paper and resin casts.
Ice is Slowly Melting
Photographer Michael Massaia found a perfect metaphor of the childhood memories in melting ice cream.