Shaolin Monks Soar Into London

Shaolin monks pose for a photograph in Chinatown on February 23, 2015 in London, England. The monks practice Shaolin Kung Fu which is believed to be the oldest institutionalised style of kung fu and are demonstrating their skills while in the UK. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

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50+ Examples of Colorful Tattoos


Tattoo is considered as an expressive and artistic statement for modern people. After you have decided to ink the tattoo with meaning, the next consideration would be deciding with your artist which kind of style the tattoo should be, colorful tattoo or black and grey.

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Rocco Malatesta is a Berlin based artist who already boasts and extremely impressive body of work and his latest limited edition series of prints are equally as fantastic as all that has gone before it and they are both visually engaging and brilliantly crafted.


Gabriela Beltramino – Senses

“Senses” is a conceptual album in which the artist’s intention is to remember through songs twelve unforgettable moments of her own lifetime. Starting by her childhood and finishing in the way she looks at life today, “Senses” is a different approach to jazz standards and the American songbook, with the aim of reaching emotions and those feelings that hide in de depth of every soul.

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Paper Hummingbirds by Cheong-ah Hwang

Ohio-based paper artist Cheong-ah Hwang makes beautiful hummingbirds out of paper. He cuts the paper and by layering it gives the bird depth and form so it looks three-dimensional.

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Circular Land Art by Martin Hill and Philippa Jones

Artist Philippa Jones and photographer Martin Hill for more than 20 years have been creating spectacular works in the genre of land art.

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Stolen Childhood by Henrique de Franca


Henrique de Franca lives and works in Sao Paulo, Brazil. De Franco has a first degree in Plastic Arts and a postgraduate in Graphical Design. His work has been exhibited throughout Brazil though he has been exposed also in the North East America, more specifically to Pennsylvania, Washington DC and Toronto. In this project he used pencil and charcoal to express some aspects of childhood, more specifically some aspects of his own childhood with respect of Catholicism in Latin America.

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Tilt “Panic Banksy Room” in Christchurch, New Zealand

The panic room is entitled ‘From Rags to Riches’ because with the 22 Banksy’s on the White half, the titles becomes pretty obvious. The Banksy collection is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere and are signed by Banksy. Tilt loved the concept & opportunity to paint over half a Banksy as not many people would get the chance to do that. This installation was organized by the Spectrum Street Art Festival and George and Shannon from OiYou.

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Dream-like Installations Inside a Studio by Jee Young Lee

Artist Jee Young Lee creates elaborate and dreamy installations, that require a lot of patience and creativity, inside her small studio.

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Mountain Slope Carved into Encyclopedia Britannica by Guy Laramée

Book sculptor Guy Laramée decided in an unusual way to pay tribute to the printed version of the Encyclopedia Britannica.

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Street Art by Fintan Magee


Fintan Magee is a recognised Australian street artist known for his murals throughout Queensland and later in New South Wales. Fintan’s works are featured by large figurative paintings with a touch of surrealistic style. Fintan has contributed a lot of iconic murals in Australia – “First Coat”, “The Tate Gallery”, etc.

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Insect Assemblages Made from Up-cycled Objects

Artist Edouard Martinet creates assembled insects and animals from recycled materials.

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Pen Sketches on Telephone Directory Pages by Odeén Davis


Pen Sketches on Telephone Directory Pages by Odeén Davis. “Ink on directory print – been doing a lot of drawing like this since lately, almost got the phone book full” – Odeén Davis.

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“Pick Yourself Up And Pull Yourself Together” Installation By British Artist Alex Chinneck

Pedestrians and workers pass an upside down car art installation in a car park on the South Bank in London, February 19, 2015. British artist Alex Chinneck’s illusory piece, entitled “Pick yourself up and pull yourself together”, and on display in the working car park for a week, sees a Vauxhall car suspended upside down, appearing to be gripping onto a peeled back length of tarmac. (Photo by Toby Melville/Reuters)

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A Life Size Sculpture Of A Musician Pete Doherty By Artist Nick Reynolds

The work “For Pete’s Sake”, a life size sculpture of a musician Pete Doherty crucified, hangs from the ceiling at St Marylebone Parish church in London, February 19, 2015. (Photo by Neil Hall/Reuters)

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