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Miniature Industrial Thread Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki

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Japanese artist Takahiro Iwasaki creates stunning urban industrial landscapes, using everyday items such as bath towels, toothbrush bristle and adhesive tape.

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The Mega Mushroom

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You might be familiar with the sprawling mushroom growth, which once started in east London and now can be seen in NYC, Barcelona, Cape Town, Berlin, Belgium and around the UK. Created by the street artist Christiaan Nagel, these bright, oversize mushrooms appear unannounced at night on city rooftops and represent the current milieu of the street art movement. Thy are illegal and unsolicited, just like magic mushrooms. Christiaan is currently working on a bigger narrative and he will soon present a 7 meter high Mega Mushroom at the contemporary art gallery Urban Spree in Berlin. The permanent sculpture will be the first of a series of giant mushrooms growing all over the world.

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Jerome Clem Street-Pop Artist

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Jerome Clem is a young french artist. He draws his inspiration from Marvel’s superheroes and Walt Disney or Looney Tunes characters, which he mixes with street art, graffiti or ads from the same period. From this interesting mix emerges a colorful, flashy and even trashy composition. Clem works like a DJ, mixing endlessly his inspiration for his work.

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Pencil Drawings by hrm-n

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Amazing pencil drawings by Italian artist hrm-n.

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A Giant Rabbit by Florentijn Hofman

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Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman’s latest creation, a 25 meter (82 feet) white rabbit, leans up against an old aircraft hangar as part of the Taoyuan Land Art Festival in Taoyuan, Taiwan, Tuesday, September 2, 2014. Hofman’s big yellow duck drew millions of visitors as it toured the island last year and festival organizers are hoping the rabbit will do the same. The Taoyuan Land Art Festival will take place from September 9-14. (Photo by Wally Santana/AP Photo)

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“HippopoThames” Hits London

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A sculpture of a giant hippopotamus, “HippopoThames”, built by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman is towed up the Thames under Westminster Bridge in central London, on September 2, 2014. (Andrew Winning/Reuters)

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Edible Art By Sandra Van Den Broek

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Sandra van den Broek from Netherlands creates the cutest character bento for her children’s. She’ll start by sketching the meal and prepares it with scissors, knives and toothpicks. Although you wouldn’t say, it usually takes Sandra only one hour to make a meal. She likes to make something practical, something for everyone to be able to follow. And if you look closely, you can see that it wouldn’t be too hard to make these bentos yourself.

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Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

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It the old pavilion of San Francisco Zoo, you can find very interesting and beautiful installations. But that’s only if you look at them from a distance. When you come closer, all you see is garbage.

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“Fake Coffee Branding” – Illarion Gordon Uses Paper Coffee Cups As Canvases For Imaginary Coffee Brands

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Russian Instagrammer Illarion Gordon, better known as @luftaffe, creates fictitious coffee brands by illustrating designs on coffee cups. According to Gordon, he tends to create “melancholic and existentialist designs that would never exist in real life from real coffee brands,” which is why his illustrations are centered around random designs.

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Technological Mandalas by Leonard Ulian

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Multimedia artist Leonard Ulian for a long time has been using radio and computer parts to create by soldering unusual technological mandalas.

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Tattoos influenced by Watercolor and Graphic Novel Art by Lukasz Bam Kaczmarek

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He owns a tattoo studio called, “Life is Good,” which indeed it sounds like it is for Lukasz Bam Kaczmarek who works in Bielsko-Biala in southern Poland. Also known as Bam Bam to many people; his style seems to have various influences from street art (like spray painted stencils) to watercolor and graphic novel art. His line work is fluid and dynamic, and although the examples shown here are in color, he doesn’t have a preference as he likes working in black and grey and also in color.

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Window Silhouettes by Streetartist Pejac

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Spanish street artist Pejac is no stranger to the art of the silhouette. Even when doing highly detailed paint work his pieces often incorporate some form of clever black and white figure or shape. One way he’s experimented with silhouettes is on the windows of his apartments, most recently creating a playful tribute to French high-wire artist Philippe Petit. Here, in an imaginative use of forced-perspective, the tightrope walker balances on a jet’s vapor trail.

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Amazing House Made Entirely Out of Cardboard

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Zoey Taylor and David Connelly implemented a distinct idea to create a hause made entirely of cardboard and filled with cardboard objects. The project is called House of Cardboard.

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“The Water Series” – Oil Paintings of Underwater Scenes by Matt Story

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L.A.-based artist Matt Story has the unique talent of creating hyper-realistic artworks which capture a moment in time and look as detailed as photographs. Having worked as a technical illustrator and graphic artist in film and television, Story now focuses on his oil paintings, using traditional techniques on canvas to produce the stunning works. Enjoy this selection from his “Water” series.

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‘History of Suspended Time’ by Gonzalo Lebrija

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Guadalajara-based artist Gonzalo Lebrija created a public art installation in the parking lot (1430 Delgany Street, Denver, CO 80202) across from the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (MCA Denver) in the summer of 2010. The installation, entitled History of Suspended Time: Monument for the Impossible, was developed as a dual collaboration with MCA Denver’s museum-wide exhibition, Energy Effects: Art & Artifacts from the Landscape of Glorious Excess, as well as Denver’s inaugural 2010 Biennial of the Americas, an international event that celebrated the culture, ideas and people of the Western Hemisphere.

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