Geometrical Sculptures Made from Coins by Robert Wechsler

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When the American artist Robert Wechsler gathers a handful of coins he does not change them or use them in vending machines. He creates sculptures out of them.

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November 29 – December 5: The Week in Arts and Culture, Part 2

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Volunteers attempt to shop blindfolded during an event to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, at a supermarket in Mianyang, Sichuan province December 3, 2014. The event held on Wednesday aimed to raise awareness of blind people and the inconvenience they experienced in lives, local media reported. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

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November 29 – December 5: The Week in Arts and Culture, Part 1

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Jerel Rodriguez, left, 23, and Monique Bell, 22, both of Miami, look at wall art by Ron English, Wednesday, December 3, 2014, at Wynwood Walls in Miami. Art Basel Miami Beach, the contemporary art fair that doesn’t officially begin until Thursday has already has overtaken parts of Miami. (Photo by Wilfredo Lee/AP Photo)

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Workday of the Animal Sculptors

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Belgian animal sculptor Emmanuel Janssens Casteels works at his desk next to a replica of a Smilodon, an extinct genus of machairodont felid, in his workshop in Prayssas December 3, 2014. Casteels’ company OPHYS specializes in life-size reconstructions and the sculpting or moulding reproductions of animals and hyper-realist fossils. His reconstructions are exhibited in museums and theme parks. (Photo by Regis Duvignau/Reuters)

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Fragmented Sculpture by Matt Buckley

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An astonishing collection of sculptures was created by the British artist Matt Buckley, who is the creative director of his father’s company Robert Harrop Designs LTD. The original forms of his works are unique.

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Chinese Folk Artist Han Xiaoming

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Folk artist Han Xiaoming demonstrates painting with his tongue in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province December 4, 2014. Han dips his tongue in ink to paint on paper, and uses his fingers to fill in final adjustments. The artist also uses a paintbrush held with his mouth and utilizes fish and vegetables as paint tools, local media reported. (Photo by Aly Song/Reuters)

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Austrian Artist Manfred Kielnhofer Showing his Work in Miami Beach

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Austrian Artist Manfred Kielnhofer showing his work in Miami Beach for art Basel. The week is commonly known as Miami Art Week. Approximately twenty art fairs participate, positioned in the area between Miami’s Wynwood Art District, Downtown Miami and Miami Beach.

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Streetart: New Mural by Pixel Pancho for Art Basel // Miami

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Our friend Pixel Pancho is also in Florida for the upcoming Art Basel Miami 2014 where he was asked to paint a new piece for the Raw Project.

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The Art of Destroying Cars by Ron Arad

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Israel-based artist and designer Ron Arad flattened six Fiat 500s cars for his project using a commercial press on one of the shipyards of Groningen, Netherlands.

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Steampunk Lion Drawing by Paula Duta

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Paula is an interior designer but she loves drawing, illustration and character design. She’s from Romania. Steampunk Lion is wonderful art piece by her that catch the attention of people at one glance. This drawing has been made with different pens, watercolor, markers and other material. Hope people will like this amazing work.

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20 Lovely Mermaid Tattoos

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Mermaid is a legendary creature which captured the imagination and dreams of many girls at their young ages. It has lovely woman’s body above the waist and fish like body from the waist down, with a spreading tail. Mermaid appears in various artworks as well as the folklore of many cultures worldwide. It has also become one of design subjects in tattoos, esp. for women.

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Stunning Sand Sculpture by Susanne Ruseler

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Susanne Ruseler was studying biology in college when she suddenly realized that her vocation isn’t the studying of living organisms but sculpture. Moreover, not just any kind of sculpture but sculpture made of sand, ice or snow.

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Malet Cherry Wood Decorative Spray Cans

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This is a handmade cherry wood decorative spray cans collection designed by Malet in South France. Then the spray cans are sent to London where Zics continues to honour street art culture, with laser engraved quotes ‘From the wall to Wall Street’, ‘Excuse my French’ and ‘Some words deserve to be drawn’.

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November 22 – 29: The Week in Arts and Culture, Part 2

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Residents walk past drought-related murals on buildings in Sao Paulo November 25, 2014. The murals, painted by Brazilian artists Mundano and Fel, depict a boat on a cracked riverbed (L) and a man getting water from a cactus (R). Brazil’s worst drought in 80 years has left the Cantareira system, which provides greater Sao Paulo with most of its water, with the lowest water level on record. Daily water rationing is becoming common in the region’s smaller cities, as Sao Paulo residents were warned by authorities to brace for more severe water shortages, according to local media. (Photo by Nacho Doce/Reuters)

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