Sugar Metropolis Built from 500,000 Sugar Cubes

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Two professional sculptors Brendan Jamison and Mark Revels have organized the Sugar Metropolis project, which may be the sweetest project in the world.

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Anonymous by Giga Kobidze

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Anonymous by Giga Kobidze. The Cartesian obstacle of thinking and behaviour Is the dimension of consciousness separable from the body dimension? Descartes spoke of dualism and parallelism in the individual. Man is not just a be embarrassed of a body, producing thoughts, it is also a consciousness that has the ability to think and to think his actions. Torn between his impulses and his reason, man, in his actions and thoughts, errs on a combination of antagonistic principles. This is a conflict of mind-body relationship. when thought is in the soul, and the sensations and perceptions of bodily origin. Our behaviour sometimes translated impulses that we do not control and which seem foreign to our nature, but they exist in us and also form our image.

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40 Shell Tattoos Make You Wonder Sea Life

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A shell is a hard, protective outer layer of some sea creatures, such as marine mollusks, bivalves, conch, scallop, nautilus, or other sea snails. The shell of these creatures is part of their skeletal system for muscle encase body and organisms, but also for protection from predators and scuffing of body. Shell tattoo is among the rare topics people used for tattooing. Seashell tattoo is one of marine inspired tattoos loved by people who are font of ocean and sea life.

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Extraordinary Prints of City Layouts That Will Take you to a Different Perspective of Art

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With the use of Google’s OpenStreetMap, creative visualization of the artist and the aid of Cinema 4D, a series City Layout print arts comes to existence.

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Flower Mandalas by Kathy Klein

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Arizona-based Kathy Klein creates beautiful pieces of art from flowers. Kathy has her own name for what she’s doing. She calls it danmala.

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3D Animals Painted on Layers of Resign by Keng Lye

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Artist Keng Lye creates amazingly realistic painted sculptures of aquatic animals by painting layers of resin.

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Geometric Fine Line Tattoos by Los Angeles Famous Tattoo Artist Dr. Woo

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This past December, The New York Times ran a story about Brian Woo (aka Dr. Woo), calling him the “Tattoo Artist for the Hollywood Set.” Having inked such celebrities as Drake, Ellie Goulding, and Cara Delevingne, the 33-year-old is one of the most in-demand tattoo artists in Los Angeles with a wait list that’s six months long.

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People in Landscapes // Portrait Photography by Simone Bramante

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“I’m a Man, a Daddy, a Photographer based in Italy working for projects in 6 continents. Worked for Maserati, Absolut Vodka, Ford, Unicredit Bank, L’Oréal, Philips, Canon, Marriott Hotels, Ducati, Water.org, Renault, Samsung and more.” – Simone Bramante

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“Album + Art” – Funny Mash-Ups Of Album Covers with Classical Paintings by Eisen Bernard Bernardo

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The Album+Art project featuring Madonna, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift. First, he paired fine art with fashion magazine covers, now Filipino artist Eisen Bernard Bernardo is blending classical paintings with pop music album covers.

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Album Covers painted on face for Record Store Day

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“Once again I painted my face for Record store day. Building on how well they were received last year I did it all over again. This time with a pro camera and much more challenging faces. The response is pretty overwhelming!” – Natalie Sharp

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Portraits by Kai Samuel-Davis

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Kai Samuel-Davis, originally from New York, currently works and lives in Jenner, California. He has a BFA from State University of New York (SUNY) at Purchase before competing a graduate degree at Art Center College of Design. He first encountered art at the Woodstock School of Art at the age of 16, although he loved art much earlier . At his graduate program he attended related studies about film, and as a result when painting cinematic instances arise. His work has been exhibited in both Coasts of United States and also in England and France.

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“Voyages Dans Le Temps” – Modern Celebrities in Historical Paintings by Bénédicte Lacroix

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Bénédicte Lacroix is a graphic artist and she works as a retoucher. She curates a Tumblr blog entitled “Voyages dans le temps”. Celebrities are morphed and integrated into historical paintings.

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“Avoid Conversation” – Twisted Table Sculptures by Michael Beitz

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Michael Beitz impressively combines furniture design and craftsmanship to create twisted, and looping table sculptures. He obstructs each item’s ability to serve as a site of social interaction, and transforms familiar household items into explorations of intimacy and alienation. Although humorous and playful, these works also speak to the complexity of human relationships and reveal deeper psychological impacts of our experience with everyday objects.

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Urban Geodes – Crystalized Rock Formations around the Streets of L.A. by Paige Smith

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Surrounding an exhibition at Maker City LA, artist Paige Smith A.K.A. a common name, began to install new crystalized rock formations around the streets of LA. The geodesic rock formations which she refers to as urban geodes are created mostly with paper and spray paint or cast resin in random cracks and crevices around the city.

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Paintings by Michael Carson

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Michael Carson was born in Minneapolis in 1972. Although he graduated from Minneapolis Institute of Art in 1996 he started painting full time after five years in 2001. Carson is another figurative artist featured in EWAT, most noticeable being Eric Fischl and of course Jack Vettriano. He is influenced by Toulouse Lautrec, John Singer Sargent and Norman Rockwell  while figurative painting was rediscovered as Realism by the late 19th century and early 20th.

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