Transform Pringles Cans and Your Office with Four DIY Projects

Oh work. It may help you with things like paying rent and saving up for a Caribbean vacation, but the whole "job thing" can wear on you – especially if your office is less than stimulating. But toiling away at the office doesn't have to be so...blah. With these four hacks (and some Pringles® cans) your cubicle will…

Downtown Williamsburg's Spectacular Glowing Dome Is Open For Revelry

Last Thursday, Gawker Media threw its 4th-annual Silent Disco under the radiant, jeweled dome of Williamsburg's sprawling bank-turned-event space, Weylin B. Seymours. Revelers helped break in this gorgeous, newly renovated event space by striking a pose (or four) in the Bosco photo booth, snacking on Pringles® potato…

Aspiring Artists and Sculptors: Win a Trip to NYC by Playing with Food

What would you make if you had unlimited access to Pringles® potato crisps and cans? A working pedicab? A life-sized replica of a certain Canadian mayor? This isn't a test: we really want to know. And if you tell us, there's a chance you can win a trip to NYC to attend Gawker Media's fourth-annual Silent Disco. And…

Ask These Artists How to Make Pieces That Overstimulate the Senses [Updated]

Update: comments are now closed. Once you experience a work of art that invites you to rev a magical lawnmower or honk a vibrating VW Bug's horn, you may start wishing all art had at least a few buttons to press. So who thinks up these sensory overloads? Multimedia artists from collectives like Fall On Your Sword do –…

How a Brooklyn Artist Collective Made a Massive Pringles Chandelier

Ever really examined your Pringles® potato crisps before devouring them? Parabolic curves, intricate texture: this is the stuff of art. So what could a mixed-media artist collective make if they had an unlimited supply of the tasty crisps? A playful, sparkling chandelier, that's what.

Here’s What a Team of Artists Made Out of a Ton of Pringles Cans

It's not every day that one finds oneself in the presence of both an apocalyptic piano and a working pipe organ made entirely out of Pringles® potato crisps cans. But that's exactly what you'll find in the Brooklyn studio where mixed-media artist collective, Fall On Your Sword (FOYS), took on the challenge of using…