Elegant Henna Tattoo Crowns Help Cancer Patients Cope With Their Hair Loss

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The art and tradition of using all-natural paste from the henna plant to create temporary henna tattoos goes back to ancient Asian and Middle-Eastern history, but there’s one group that has taken this ancient art form and given it a new, modern purpose. Henna Heals is a community of henna artists based in Canada that creates beautiful flowering henna crown tattoos for women who have lost their hair to cancer and chemotherapy.

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Outdoor Exhibition Shows Latest from Zeng Mi

1127 Outdoor Exhibition Shows Latest from Zeng Mi
Visitors enjoy paintings outside at Quyuanfenghe Park in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, May 19, 2014. 42 new paintings created by renowned artist Zeng Mi are on display attached to trees at Quyuanfenghe Park in Hangzhou, The outdoor art exhibition “Stories of Some Other Day” is meant to inspire conversations on art and memory with visitors and nature. (Photos: Xinhua, Shi Jianxue/Asianewsphoto)

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Makeup Artist Elsa Rhae transforms herself into all kinds of Characters

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Makeup artist Elsa Rhae sits in front of a mirror and paints herself to create remarkable face paintings. With good makeup and an hour or three per painting, she transforms herself from an unaffected, girl next door.

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The Stunning Art Works Of Daniel Arsham

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Daniel Arsham is a contemporary American artist raised in Miami, Florida. He currently lives and works in New York City. The artist is best known for his work in taking modern items and re-imagining them as relics to be found in the distant future.

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Portraits by Yury Darashkevich

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Yury Darashkevich was born in Belarus in 1962 having a degree from State Academy of the Arts. Although starting his career in illustration and graphic design his passion, art, dominated the scene. After establishing his presence as an artist he moved from Belarus to Toronto, Canada becoming elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists. His work, currently, is being displayed in Canada and US. In this his post overall work is presented.

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Photorealistic Pastel Drawings of the Maldives by Zaria Forman

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“I hope my drawings will raise awareness and invite viewers to share the urgency of the Maldivians’ predicament in a productive and hopeful way, I believe art can facilitate a deeper understanding of crises, helping us find meaning and optimism amidst shifting landscapes.” – Zaria Forman

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10 Artists Who Shatter Our Perceptions of Reality

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While the Web provides artists with a global platform to showcase their work, only a select few can capture the hearts and minds of viewers with their unique and compelling visions. These are the innovators who transcend language barriers: their works immediately grab you, making you believe – if only for a second – that such scenes could actually exist.

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Upcycled Metal Sculptures by Jessica Joslin

 Upcycled Metal Sculptures by Jessica Joslin
American artist and sculptor Jessica Joslin uses in creation of her sculptures absolutely everything, mostly things that are more suitable for disposing. But, in the end, she gets a great result.

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Tiny Star Wars Terrariums Bring Far Away Galaxies Into Your Home

165 Tiny Star Wars Terrariums Bring Far Away Galaxies Into Your Home
In a workshop far, far away, artist Tony Larson recreates amazing Star Wars landscapes complete with our favorite iconic characters! Yoda, R2D2, and Ewoks strike action poses in glass enclosures filled with rocks, moss, and sand. George Lucas would be proud of the tiny globes, jars, and bowls from from Larson’s “The Wonder Room“. The tiny living sci-fi worlds are available through his Etsy Store, starting at around $100.00 for each realistic miniature scene.

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‘Blu Tack’ Sculpture by Elizabeth Thompson

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Artist Elizabeth Thompson poses next to her Blu-tack Spider sculpture at London Zoo on October 25, 2007 in London, England. The sculpture, known as ‘Blu-ey’, is a model of a common house spider and is completely made out of blu-tack. It is on show at BUGS! at ZSL London Zoo. The sculpture is made from around four thousand packets of Blu-tack and weighs over 200kg. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

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Forever Bicycles Installation in Toronto

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Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei presented in Toronto a new version of his installation Forever Bicycles.

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Jerome Clem Painting

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Jerome Clem is a French artist, born in Lyon in 1973. He currently lives and works in Clermont-Ferrand, in the center of France.

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Amazing Map Collages by Matthew Cusick

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New York-based artist Matthew Cusick creates complex collages depicting portraits of people, animals, sea landscapes and cityscapes that are made from old maps.

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Rice Paddy Art

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Tanbo Art is the strategic planting of four varieties of rice which have different colored leaves in order to create a giant image in the rice paddy. This type of aesthetic planting began in the Japanese village of Inakadate in 1993 in order to celebrate the village’s over 2000 year history of rice farming. The practice has spread to other rice cultivating communities in Japan and even other countries such as Thailand and South Korea.

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Sneaker Art by KickPosters.com

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We’re not that obsessive about out shoes here but we do like some of the most iconic footwear that have hit the market such as your Air Jordans and AirMax 90s and it is these tip top pieces of footwear that our celebrated in the awesome looking Kick Posters above.

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