Creepy Ceramics with Fingers and Mouths by Ronit Baranga


“I would like that anyone who sees my work feels something – what they feel is not relevant to me, as long as they feel. I hope that the emerging feelings will cause the viewers to think about the ideas behind my work.” – Ronit Baranga

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Jane Perkins: artworks inspired by the found objects

The artist Jane Perkins, from Great Britain, presents herself as a “re-maker”, getting inspired by the found objects to which she gives a new value by using them to achieve some extraordinary artworks. After working for a long time as a nurse and as a Mum at home, Jane Perkins obtained in 2006 a degree in Interior Textiles / Surface Design at Somerset College of Arts and Technology. During her studies at Somerset, she was drawn especially to recycling projects, for which, in the last year of studies she focused on such projects. Since 2008, she has been making iconic portraits from various found materials and since 2010 she has been working mainly with plastic objects, with their help she reinterprets famous artworks.

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Modern Ceramic Art by Shiegeki Hayashi

Japanese modern artist Shigeki Hayashi using the traditional ceramic techniques creates whimsical ceramic figurines, inspired by science fiction and manga.

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A Mosaic Workshop in Syria

A mosaic artwork, copied from an original painting, is pictured in a workshop in Kafranbel town in the Idlib governorate January 17, 2015. The mosaic workshop with 30 workers, manufactures artistic and revolutionary mosaics in Kafranbel. Each mosaic artwork takes 5 to 10 days to complete. The artists exhibit their artwork in local and international exhibitions, and have a scheduled exhibition this month about the “Syrian Revolution” in Turkey. (Photo by Khalil Ashawi/Reuters)

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Tattoo Week in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A woman smiles as she gets a new tattoo during Rio Tattoo Week in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, January 16, 2015. Tattoo artists from Brazil and around the world gathered for the annual three day convention. (Photo by Silvia Izquierdo/AP Photo)

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30 Incredible Pieces of Coffee Latte art


Coffee is one of favorite drinks for many people. Drinking coffee helps to wake you up or make you relax. There are more reasons for people to love the classic drinks besides taste of coffee. The process of preparing coffee could be as creative as drawing an art piece. By using latte art technique, various patterns or designs could be created on the surface of foam as well as smooth and sweet coffee drink.

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Business Card For A Makeup Artist And Hair Stylist

Designer Lesha Limonov created a business card for a makeup artist and hair stylist. Solution: We created a business card with a face, on the basis of which you can create numerous striking images. Each new card is an individual product, a masterpiece that will have no analogues. And to create this masterwork all you need is just simple material: marker, ink, lipstick, eyeshadowю

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Santa Classics by Ed Wheeler

Santa Classics is a series of collages created by Pennsylvania based photographer Ed Wheeler. It consists of auto portraits of Ed as Santa Claus integrated in reproductions of famous paintings.

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Magical Fire and Ice Castle

A photographer has discovered a spectacular way of keeping warm during winter – using fire to heat up icy locations. Sam Scholes uses long-exposures to capture the movement of fire in front of ice-covered backdrops. After lighting steel wool his friend Scott Stringham swings the flaming object in order to make swirling patterns. The result of this technique – captured at Midway Ice Castles in Utah is a vibrant image with the warm light dancing across the cold scenes. (Photo by Sam Scholes/Caters News)

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60 Creative Bookshelf Ideas


Reading books might be everyday business for a book lover. How do you collect the books in your bookshelf? In the eyes of interior designers, every element could be an opportunity to spark their designing inspirations, so could be the bookshelf. Bookshelf decorating is more than just eye-catching, it makes your your books more appealing to you and your room more representing your personality and style.

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Ben Hopper Transfiguration: People Becoming Abstract Sculptures


Hopper challenges art through his photography by engaging bodies, faces and people in general within his settings. In the project ‘Transfiguration’ he captures bodies as if there were actual sculptures. “Like a mask, the layers of body paint and powder disguise the identity and release something animalistic from within. It also creates a sculptor / painting looking figure, more abstract and less human.” he explains.

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Millenium – Realistic Double Exposure Paintings by Tigran Tsitoghdzyan


Tigran Tsitoghdzyan is an armenian photographer, painter and drawer. Very famous in Armenia and Russia, he exhibited many times, many articles were written about him and he is now considered as one of the most talented and important modern armenian artist.

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Classical Paintings with Playmobil by Pierre-Adrien Sollier


A selection of creations from french artist Pierre-Adrien Sollier, who mixes the plastic universe of the famous Playmobil with the great masterpieces of classical or contemporary painting.

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Incredibly Detailed Miniature Drawings of Urban Landscapes by Taylor Mazer


Michigan-based artist Taylor Mazer recently crafted incredibly small drawings that are no larger than your average pencil. In December 2014, he used a fine-tipped Micron pen, straight-edge, and mechanical pencil to create intriguing monochromatic landscapes. They often feature urban structures like abandoned alleys and desolate buildings, but the artist sketches idyllic-looking mountain ranges, too.

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Beautiful Temari Balls Made by 92-Year-Old Grandmother

Although the roots of this folk art go to China, it became more popular in Japan. The granddaughter NanaAkua paid attention to the work of her 92-year-old grandmother, and took photos of her works made in the last several years.

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