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“American Iconomics” – Pop Culture Characters On Dollar Bills by James Charles

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In the series “American Iconomics“, artist James Charles uses dollar bills as his canvas and transforms the portraits of presidents into the images of pop culture characters. Using materials and ink that perfectly match what the US Mint uses, he intricately changes the features of each face, such that it totally becomes something else. Some of the famous characters he’s put on a dollar bill are Yoda, Spock, Ronald McDonald, Pinhead, and Mr. T.

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Andrew Rogers’ Impressive Land Art

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His works were seen everywhere, from Antarctica to Iceland. Australian artist Andrew Rogers creates giant figures and drawings with all that can be used as a starting material, be it rock or sand.

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Iris Grace, The Five-Year-Old Autistic Art Prodigy

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Paintings by Iris Grace, a 5 year old with an extraordinary talent to express herself through painting. She is Autistic and is only just starting to talk but is able to paint in a style far beyond her years. We wanted to share her art to raise awareness of her condition and inspire other families in similar situations to ours.

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New Mural by Handiedan for One Wall Project in Berlin

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The art of Dutch artist Handiedan involves a complex cut and paste mixture of computer montage and highly detailed sculptural hand cut collages, complimented by conscientiously collected antique ornamental frames.

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50 Inspiring Lock and Key Tattoos

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Tracking the lock and key tattoo imagery a century back, one finds they first emerged, just like a majority of modern ink, with sailors and social outcasts. As the skin art was getting accepted, more and more people from all spheres of society are inked up, while lock or keys have a prominent place on their bodies. The style chosen to executed lock and key tattoos is usually classical, colored in traditional, bright hues, reminiscent of the mid-20th century. Often detailed and intricately decorated, these tattoos can be enriched by flowers, jewels, clocks to insinuate passage of time, significant animals, or, on the opposite side, done in a very simple, minimalist way, signifying only outlines of the keyhole or a key.

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Judging America: Prejudice by alternating between Judgment and Reality by Joel Parés

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“Many of us judge incorrectly by someone’s ethnicity, by their profession, and by their sexual interest, the purpose of this series is to open our eyes and make us think twice before judging someone, because we all judge even if we try not to.” – Joel Parés

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Old Retired Surfboards Get a New Life as Artworks by Jarryn Dower

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What happens to old surfboards when they’re old, leaky and ready for retirement? If they’re really lucky, they’re given to Australian artist Jerryn Dower who gives them a new life as slick wall art. Growing up by the ocean, Dower’s art revolves mainly around beach and surf culture. Most of the works here were done with paint pen and employ a meticulously applied stippling technique for their smooth gradients.

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“Typewritten Portraits” – B&W Portraits Of Famous Literary Authors Created With A Typewriter

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For his Typewritten Portraits series, Rio de Janeiro-based artist Álvaro Franca used a typewriter to create portraits of five of his favorite authors, including Jack Kerouac, J.D. Salinger, and Charles Bukowski.

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Sketch book drawings by DonCarlos

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Pages out of my sketch book from the last couple of weeks. There’s always room for improvement, I’m taking baby steps to getting better.

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Epic Pumpkin T-Rex

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Chris Vierra, renowned pumpkin carver from Villafane Studios, creates a lifelike Tyrannosaurus Rex sculpture using pumpkins and squash at Field Station: Dinosaurs, a 20-acre outdoor Jurassic learning expedition and family tourist attraction in Secaucus, N.J. on Thursday, September 25, 2014. (Photo by Charles Sykes/AP Photo/Invision for Field Station: Dinosaurs)

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Fractal Flowers by Silvia Cordedda

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Relatively new and original art form created by mathematical formulas is gaining more and more fans. To create this, there is no need of any pictures or photos. It is easier and harder at the same time. Silvia Cordedda for the first time tried herself in fractal art only at the beginning of this year, but in this short amount of time she had already created a series of works, which can be described as non-existent flowers and other plants.

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Drawing by Violaine & Jeremy

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These humorous portrait drawings by illustrators in Violaine and Jeremy, a graphic arts studio based in Paris, France.

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Hyper-realistic Sculptures by Jamie Salmon

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Canadian, British born sculptor Jamie Salmon initially worked as an artist and designer in the film industry. He currently lives and works in Vancouver, focusing exclusively on the creation of sculptures.

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Sneaker Art by Marc Heerenveen aka by.marc

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Take a look at some stunnig Sneaker-Art by Amsterdam-based grafic designer Marc Heerenveen aka by.marc featuring some of his favorite shoes like the Air Jeezy’s, Air Force 1, Air Tech Challenge II or a great range of Jordans.

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Strangers as Anime-Inspired Sketches by Rober DeJesus

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Remember the more you see, the more you observe, and the more you learn, the better you can implement. Today I am unfolding before you a beautiful accumulation of strangers turned as anime inspired sketches by an artist, Rober DeJesus.

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