Catch up with highlights from our digital travels this week…
Where’s Wally? (No, seriously)
Whether you call him Wally or Waldo, he’s instantly recognisable in his red and white striped attire, and Instagramers across the globe have been snapping him in some far-reaching locations – the best of which you can see on @wallyfound. Someone put a bell on that kid already…
The architectural inspirations of Game of Thrones
Fans of dragons, White Walkers and Tyrion Lannister – pay attention. The production designer for Game of Thrones, restarting this weekend, took Curbed on a tour of architecture that inspired sets in the show, including Khaleesi’s palace, which is based on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Mayan Revival buildings.
Paper is coming.
Moleskine has also jumped on the Game of Thrones bandwagon by recreating the show’s opening title in a way only a stationer could. The brand enlisted the help of animation studio Dadomani to bring to life a model of King’s Landing, made from 7,600 paper cut-outs.
Artist Peter Zimmerman makes a colourful splash with new installation
Who left the taps on? The interior spaces at the Museum Für Neue Kunst in Freiburg might look like a soggy affair, but they’re actually the work of artist Peter Zimmerman. He’s turned the gallery’s floors into glossy resin pools cast in a range of dreamy colours. Wade through the immersive work on designboom.
A minty-fresh look at architecture
Photographer Sam Kaplan turned stacks of chewing gum into Modernist architecture for his latest project, Unwrapped. Each shot – composed as pyramids, columns and arches – contains nearly 500 sticks of gum, glued together with tight precision. Colossal chews over his process…