Vinyl Wall Clocks by Pavel Sidorenko

 Vinyl Wall Clocks by Pavel Sidorenko
Estonian designer Pavel Sidorenko is amultiple winner of various contests in design. He has developed an amazing collection of vinyl wall clocks.

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Delicate Hand-Cut Paper Art By Maude White

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Buffalo-based artist Maude White hand-cuts delicate, nature-inspired paper illustrations that are filled with breathtaking detail.

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The Rock Balancing Art by Michael Grab

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Michael Grab and his project called Gravity Glue seem to challenge the laws of physics demonstrating an unnatural stability when it looks utterly impossible.

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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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Beautiful 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, which translates from Sanskrit as “the giving of flower circles.”

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Meanings of Aztec tattoos

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When we talk about tattoos, and Aztec tattoos are a perfect example of this, it is quite impossible not to think about the cultural burden they carry. A tattoo, in fact, is always meaningful: because it is the result of a choice or a ceremony; because it identifies a person or a specific sense of belonging; because it literally says something or because it is drawn to communicate something to someone. Even more interestingly, a tattoo lives on our skin, it becomes part of our material self and it is meant to be “forever”.

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Absolutely Amazing Food Maps by Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin

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Photographer Henry Hargreaves and artist Caitlin Levin have been working together for about decade. Their shared love for “food, photography, travel, and art” has found an outlet in a series of maps that they have illustrated with food.

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Colorful Crayon Sculptures by Herb Williams

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American painter and sculptor Herb Williams approaches sculpture in his own unusual way. He uses crayons in creation of his sculptures.

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City of Minas Tirith Made from Matchsticks

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Artist Pat Acton from Matchstick Marvels studio recently finished and ambitious construction of the city of Minas Tirith from the famous fantasy work Lord of the Rings of John Ronald Reuel Tolkien.

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Melting Porcelain Art by Livia Marin

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London based artist and sculptor Livia Marin is interested in Chinese porcelain. Although, she sees it from an interesting perspective. Her chinaware looks like it slowly melts, forming porcelain puddles.

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15 Beautiful Paintings by Karina Llergo Salto

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Karina Llergo Salto is a contemporary figurative painter who was born in Mexico City and currently lives in Chicago, IL. Fascinated with manipulating images through computer programs, she created series of beautiful paintings of acrylic and oil on canvas, reproducing the human figures in motion and interacting with their energy and natural elements freely.

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Toilet Paper Rolls transformed into Origami Faces by Junior Fritz Jacquet

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Paris-based artist Junior Fritz Jacquet sees art in a lot of things. Having been a fan of paper since he was a child, Jacquet has experimented with various ways to explore the art form’s boundaries.

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Light After Death in Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Ways’ Project

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Artist Mihoko Ogaki created a project entitled Milky Ways, in which she reflected her ideas about life, death and rebirth.

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Piscina by Miguel Coronado

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Miguel Coronado was born in Madrid. In this work predominant colour is blue and his main theme is innocence. Girls and boys surrounded by water. Every one of us have been there, the scene is familiar. I love every one of them. Enjoy.

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Tattoo Nomad – The minimalistic Tattoos by Eterno

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A selection of minimalist tattoos by artist Etterno, working on simple but effective logos and symbols, with no shadows, reliefs or gradients, but with a bold and clear line.

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