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November 22 – 29: The Week in Arts and Culture, Part 1

A boulder plastic made of synthetic material called “To be in Limbo” hangs from the ceiling of the 20 meter high Jesuit Church in Vienna, Austria, Tuesday, November 25, 2014. The eight meter high, hollow and 700 kilogram heavy sculpture from the artists group Steinbrener/Dempf and Huber is supposed to symbolize faith and its threatening moments. The installation will remain until April 19, 2015 and then move to a church in Hamburg, Germany. (Photo by Ronald Zak/AP Photo)

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Wow These 3D Pencil Drawings are Stretching the Boundaries of Optical Illusion

Ramon Bruin, an artist from Netherlands has a talent which a lot of us would love to have. He creates pencil drawings that looks real and live with 3d effects when photographed. Ramon calls this ‘Optical Illusionism’ – which is a combination of drawing and photography.

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Amazing Animal Sculptures Made from Recycled Materials

Japan-based sculptor Natsumi Tomita uses absolutely everything she can find to create her original and unique animal figures. A broken umbrella or an old sieve will be perfectly good for these purposes.

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Henna Tattoos by Sabina Hoque


Introducing the artwork of Sabina Hoque trought a selection of Henna Tattoos made by this artist from Bangladesh but currently studding in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Stunning Porcelain Sculpture by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev

The duo of two Ukrainian artists Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev can be proud for a very popular type of creation. And that’s not because of their profession choice, it’s because of how they approach the work: with imagination and desire to make something really special.

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20 Holy Jesus tattoos


Tattooing has been becoming popular nowadays and people get tattoos to express their beliefs, parental values, or simply stylish statement of body adornment and beautification. Tattoo ideas range from ordinary objects with symbolic meanings, to religious figures whoever adored and believed of. Jesus tattoo is one of popular choices for those who are the followers of Jesus Christ.

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Impressive LEGO Portraits by Chris McVeigh

The fan of the legendary construction toy Chris McVeigh aka Powerpig decided to create his own collection of pop art portraits. More specifically, portraits of famous characters that often are the subjects of this kind of art.

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Wooden Sculptures with Glitch Effects by Paul Kaptein


Australia-based artist paul kaptein unites materiality with virtual reality in his series of sculptural wooden works, adding digital ‘glitches’ into each hand-carved piece.

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Unique Origami Art by Brian Chan

Brian Chan lives in US, and works at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Along the way, he enjoys 3D-sculpture, origami and other types of handmade art. In this post, we’ll show you some of his paper craft projects.

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Absolutely Stunning Typography Paper Quilling by Mary Imbong

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Today I am unfolding before you stunning typography paper quilling by Mary Imbong. You will get bedazzled at the way artist has depicted beauty with meaning.

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“New Icons” – The Augmented Portraits of Belgian Artist Bruno Timmerman


The creations of the Belgian artist and photographer Bruno Timmermans, based in Brussels, who with his New Icons series revisits the modern icons with augmented portraits, covering the faces of Ai Weiwei, Kate Moss, Takashi Murakami, David Bowie, Aung San Suu Kyi or Lady Gaga and Jeff Koons with patterns reminding their actions and creations.

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“Art With A Sense Of Humour” – Recreations of Thrift Store Paintings by Dave Pollot


New York-based software engineer and artist Dave Pollot spends his free time putting a little life back into old, unwanted paintings found along the shelves of thrift stores or at garage sales. He naturally blends modern elements into mundane portraits and landscapes to create humorous compositions that look as if they were the original.

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Amazing Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Instead of just throwing cardboard boxes away, English artist Giles Oldershaw uses them to create a specific type of layered portraits of well-known characters and personalities.

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Beautiful Fractal Animals by Minimoo64

The series of digital illustrations by the Canadian artist, known under the nickname minimoo64, isnțt directly related to mathematical fractals. She simply transforms usual animal portraits into glowing animal portraits.

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Sunny Side Egg Art by Anne Widya

A creative mother has come up with a novel way of making sure her children eat their breakfasts – by using eggs to make works of art. Sculpted into a variety of extraordinary designs, culinary genius, Anne Widya, uses sunny side up eggs to make sure her children’s plates are always cleared. Made using a cookie cutter and sushi wrap, the mother-of-four gets her creative juices flowing by serving eggs in an assortment of shapes from smiling pigs to ice cream sundaes. Anne’s talent first began as way to cheer up her son, Andrew, who was off sick from school but soon turned into a fully fledged hobby. Here: Anne’s eggs art, a turkey made out of apple slices with a yolk face. (Photo by Anne Widya/Caters News)

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