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Everyday Objects Transformed into Whimsical Characters

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If everywhere you look there are faces staring back, you’re not alone. For the past 10 years French artist Gilbert Legrand has been finding the hidden characters in everyday objects and revealing them with paint. His whimsical vision sees all sorts of household objects become things they were not: a coat hanger becomes a mouse sporting shoes; a paintbrush transforms into a teen with an attitude (and a wicked hairdo); and the blades of some scissors get amorous.

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Funny Robots in Brian Marshall’s Adopt a Bot Project

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American artist Brian Marshall creates original figures of robots for several years now. During this time, he made an entire army of robots.

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Figures by Lui Ferreyra

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Lui Ferreyra is a Mexican painter, having a degree from University of Colorado. He has been constantly producing art for over a decade. He has been influenced by pioneer artists such as Egon Schiele and Richard Diebenkorn. “The [part of the creative cycle attracts the most are] beginning and the end. I love that initial spark of the imagination when a good idea emerges. [...] The end is great because you get to step back and taste the fruit of your labour” he explains about his work. Enjoy.

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Gigantism in Contemporary Art

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People walk past a giant high heeled shoe in Wellington, New Zealand April 6, 2014. (Photo by Phil Noble/Reuters)

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Oil Paintings by Richard Young

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Richard Young is a contemporary British artist who developed a talent of oil paintings in his early ages and now runs his own studio in Barnstaple, Devon, UK. His figurative artwork, including figures of ballerinas and flamenco, belly, tango dancers are passionate, moody and emotional.

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Sparebots by Lenny and Meriel Lenfesteys

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A British couple of artists, Lenny and Meriel Lenfesteys, over two years now are creating unusual robots, which size does not exceed 1.5 inches. They use in robot creation all sorts of materials.

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Amazing Denim Art by Ian Berry

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British artist Ian Berry is a big fan of fabrics, especially denim. With the help of peculiar mosaics that are made out of bits of various tint, the author creates portraits and landscapes.

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Anatomical Quilling by Lisa Nilsson

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American artist Lisa Nilsson creates whimsical works out of paper. The technique is already well-known and it’s called quilling. The feature of Lisa’s quilling is in making anatomical images out of paper.

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Frieze Art Fair

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A child climbs out of part of an installation by artist Carsten Holler entitled “Gartenkinder” during the VIP and press day at the Frieze Art Fesival on October 14, 2014 in London, England. Due to run from October 15-18, it is one of the largest art fairs in the world with visitor numbers in excess of 60,000. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

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GEO STUDY

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Turning geometries into repetitive patterns that fills your home screen.

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Converse “Chuck Taylor All Star” 3D-Printed Sculpture by Modla x Damilola Odusote

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Modla co-founder and head designer Jon Fidler and up-and-coming London artist Damilola Odusote were recently commissioned by Converse to give the brand’s iconic Chuck Taylor All Star a treatment. After uncovering the silhouette’s history with WW2 fighter jet pilots as well as it’s integral role in rock and roll and basketball culture, Damilola used his unique sketch style to create an intricate 2D vision. Using the sketch as a visual aid, Jon went to work on designing the final piece in 3D. Once complete, the file was then 3D printed using SLS nylon plastic.

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“Starbucks Cup Art” by Seoul-based Illustrator Soo Min Kim

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For the past few years, Soo Min Kim has been drawing on Starbucks coffee cups, turning them into works of art. During this time, his Starbucks cups have gotten more elaborate and more creative. The artist has even held exhibits of his Starbucks doodles! Kim, who works as an illustrator in Seoul, is now a self-described “paper cup artist.”

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The Tree Project by Zonenkinder

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German duo of artists called Zonenkinder created an unusual project entitled Tree Project, in which the trees were given life trough painting of faces on their trunks.

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Kneeling, Five years of WE MAKE CARPETS

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A big solo exhibition (open:29 August – 26 October, 2014) of WE MAKE CARPETS with which they celebrate their five year anniversary at MU Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The book: Kneeling – Five years of WE MAKE CARPETS will be launched 24 October 2014, during the Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

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Wooden Steampunk by Builders Studio

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Unknown American writer named Pete creates stunning figures, using mostly wood as the main material. The value of his work ranges from $ 20 to $ 400, and they are worth it. The work range of Builders Studio is incredibly wide starting with fields of application and ending with genres of items themselves.

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