Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations by Suzan Drummen

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Artist Suzan Drummen creates beautiful floor installations from individually placed mirrors, crystals, chromed metal, and precious stones.

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45 Crazy Tattoos on Head

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James Franco surprised his 2.7 million Instagram followers when he shared a picture of tattoo on his bald head. The temporary body art depicted Hollywood legends Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift in 1951 film A Place In The Sun. In the world of tattooers, there are real people inked with real tattoos on their heads.

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Hyperrealistic Paintings By Patrick Kramer

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Artist Patrick Kramer has created stunning photorealistic paintings. Working from photos, he paints from still lives and portraits to city scenes or landscapes.

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HYPERBALL Kinetic Light Sculpture – Synchronized Lights Play Ball on Russian Court

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“Hyperjump” explores the idea, set by this paradoxical combination: the basketball court, representing the physicality, we have from the nature, together with the architecture of the classicism period, the symbol of the human rationality.

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“Smoke Posters” – Vibrant Portraits of Famous Personalities & Superheros Illustrated with ‘Smokey’ Lines

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Romanian artist Octavian Mielu has created a wonderful poster series of famous people and superheroes that are strikingly vibrant. The posters feature different superheroes, like the Hulk, Spider-Man, Batman and Iron Man, rendered in smoke-like effects to create the outline of their silhouette. Octavian also uses iconic colors of these superheroes to represent them in his portraits. For instance, Superman is seen in blue and red outlines, and the Hulk in green and blue outlines.

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Intricate Paper Forms by Rogan Brown

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Artist Rogan Brown creates intricate forms by scrupulously cutting layer by layer of paper that resemble microorganisms and topographical forms.

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Most Famous Historical Photos recreated in Miniature Sets

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Commercial Swiss photographers Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger started out the project by recreating Andreas Gursky’s famously lucrative landscape image, Rhein II. The pair painstakingly recreate each scene in miniature using paper, cotton balls, plastic — and plenty of their own spare time.

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Artist Maria A. Aristidou Uses Coffee To Create Detailed Paintings Of Her Favourite Characters

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UK artist Maria A. Aristidou has created a collection of impressive paintings using coffee. Combining her love for art and coffee, she paints wonderful portraits of her favorite movie and pop culture characters, including R2D2 from Star Wars, Ariel from The Little Mermaid, and Super Mario.

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Paintings by Eric Fischl

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His style resembles Jack Vettriano, both figurative painters. In my interpretation Vettriano is more illustrative, Fischl is more raw, but both are vast in what they do. In this article Fischl’s overall painting career is presented. Enjoy.

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Impossible Objects Created by Giuseppe Colarusso

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Artist Giuseppe Colarusso created a series of images where he imagines funny objects that are improbable, impossible or useless.

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Watercolor Posters of Alfred Hitchcock, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese by Stellavie

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Some people change how we look at the world, and these 3 iconic directors did it with style. Hamburg’s Stellavie recently collaborated with illustrator and artist Julian Rentzsch on a series of beautiful watercolor posters that pay tribute to the brilliant cinematography skills of Alfred Hitchcock, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese.

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Canadian Artist Creates Miniature Dioramas in a Old Vintage Ring Boxes

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Canadian artist Talws creates miniature dioramas in old vintage ring boxes. The canvas is quite limiting, but that’s doesn’t stop Talwst, who has transformed the tiny boxes into variety of scenes. Some reference pop-culture, other history, and some are just artist’s memories made manifest.

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Google Maps Origami By Bakken Design

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Bakken Design was asked to create a global print and OOH campaign encouraging small businesses to register on Google. The solution was to commission renowned origami artist and photographer to transform Google Maps into works of art shaped like items found at various small businesses.

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Streetart: Animated Mural / GIFitti by WEDO

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There are things out there that we only can see if we stare. Check out this new animated street piece by spanisch streetartist WEDO.

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The Living Stones

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Actors from the Israeli theatre group Orto-Da perform during their show titled “Stones”, at a theatre in Tel Aviv March 10, 2015. Inspired by Nathan Rapoport’s Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Monument, the play tells a story from the point of view of the sculptures in the monument. (Photo by Amir Cohen/Reuters)

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