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‘Book Surgeon’ Uses Surgical Tools To Make Incredible Book Sculptures

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Brian Dettmer is a NY based artist identified as the Guide Surgeon, uses tweezers, knives, scalpels and other surgical resources to dissect and carve previous books into intricate and beautiful sculptures. Dettmer’s work has a type of classic contact to it since he makes use of previous guides – maps, encyclopaedias, textbooks, manuals, and any other form of literature that he can switch into an interesting piece of artwork.

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50 Impressive 3D Drawings

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Illusionistic art has been around since Ancient times, when unknown painters depicted fictional landscapes on inside walls of wealthy Pompeians. And even earlier, on Crete and throughout the Greece. Illusionism was the only tool painters of antiquity had that allowed them to create the feeling of depth, artificial space on a flat surface.

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Stunningly Surreal Microscopic Landscapes by Rebecca Clews

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Rebecca Clews can be called a painter, but all of her works are done without using any paint at all. The 22-year-old artist takes hundreds of microscopic images and puts them together until she gets a piece of landscape.

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Impressive Body Paintings By Gesine Marwedel

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Gesine Marwedel is a German artist who creates beautiful and terrifying paintings on models who serve her as canvases.

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“Postcards for Ants” – Miniature Watercolor Paintings by Lorraine Loots

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While her minuscule, detailed paintings are some no bigger than a thumb nail, there’s nothing small about Cape Town-based artist Lorraine Loots’ talent. And with her new project, 365 Postcards for Ants, we get to see a bit of it every single day. The intricacy in her paintings contradicts their size, so we’ve included their measurements to show how incredibly tiny they actually are. Lorraine says she enjoys working on such a small scale because she really has to pause and get close to the piece to see it clearly. She says that the whole idea behind the project is to dedicate an hour a day to making a tangible version of any tiny detail that would normally go unnoticed.

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Beautiful Dioramas of Nonexistent Worlds by Didier Massard

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Renowned artist Didier Massard created stunningly detailed dioramas of nonexistent worlds that, at first glance, may look like a painting or a work of digital art.

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The Most Breathtaking Visuals at Beakerhead 2014

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For five days in mid-September, Beakerhead throws an extraordinary five-day-long smash-up filled with extraordinary art, memorizing street installations, and thought-provoking talks. Just like last year, Beakerhead put on an amazing visual display around the city. One thing you can always count on – they always go big.

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Amazing Carpets by Faig Ahmed

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Faig Ahmed graduated from the Sculpture faculty at the Azerbaijan State Academy of Fine Art in Baku in 2004. Since 2003, he has been working with various media, including painting, video and installation. Currently, he is study¬ing the artistic qualities of Azerbaijani traditional rugs – he disassembles their conventional structure and randomly rearranges the resulting components of the traditional composition then combines these fragments with contemporary sculptural forms.

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55 Wolf Tattoo Designs

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Human beings are fundamentally social animals, who can learn from each other and other animal species. Every type of animal may exhibit unique characteristic that can inspire humans in their lives and teach us who we really are. Wolf is such a mysterious animal which has deep connection with ones intuition and instincts. That’s why wolf tattoo becomes popular among animal tattoos.

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The Art of Makeup by Stephanie Fernandez

 The Art of Makeup by Stephanie Fernandez
Nineteen-year-old American artist Stephanie Fernandez, creates really beautiful works of creative makeup and face painting, and she does that on freelance basis.

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Sculptures by Rebecca Stevenson

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Rebecca Stevenson is an artist living and working in London. She is best known for her visceral and baroque sculpture in resin and wax.

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25 Realistic Street Art by 3D Joe and Max

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3D Joe and Max is a studio formed by professional street artist Max Lowry and Joe Hill, creating creating giant optical illusive pavement and chalk art using using chalk, paint and their creative ideas. Unfortunately, one of the artists Max was killed in a tragic attack that took place 4 years ago. Joe continues their shared legacy and traveled almost all over the world and created all the spectacular 3D

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Street Art Gifs By A.L. Crego

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These street art murals have been brought to life by Spanish photographer and motion designer, A. L. Crego. Crego has a very specific technique. He selects small elements of photographs and animates them, primarily eyes. It gets kind of creepy because they give the impression that the images are watching the people passing by.

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Amazing Chalk Mural At A Beer Brewery by Ben Johnston in Asheville // North Carolina

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Toronto-based designer Ben Johnston was asked to create a mural for the new Sierra Nevada brewery in Asheville, North Carolina. It was created over 3 weeks and showing the process of beer making. The size of the mural was 1600 sq ft and created using only Sharpie China Markers with the aid of scaffolding.

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Incredible Watermelon Carvings by Clive Cooper

 Incredible Watermelon Carvings by Clive Cooper
Sparksfly Design studio represented by Clive Cooper has a large specialization in various fields of art and design. Watermelon carving is an exclusive part of them.

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