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An Artist Creates Superb Steampunk Furniture Made From Real Metal Parts

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“My name is Paul and I’m an artist with a technical background. I enjoy mixing art with technology giving life to new ideas, creating steampunk and industrial furniture, home decor and more.” Continue »

This Woman Turned Her Friend’s Home Into A Cat Paradise For Their 7 Kitties

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“In February, 2014 my friend Eliza and her partner Tiffany bought their first house together. After seeing a few photos she posted on Facebook, I knew I wanted to help catify their incredible new home for their seven cats,” Rebecca Mountain shared with Bored Panda. Continue »

Surprise Bread Hides Pictures In Every Slice

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Instagram member @konel_bread is a master baker with a flair for making surprise bread. That’s a loaf of bread that has an image hidden inside. The picture appears with every slice. Continue »

Photographer Has Headed Into Areas Untouched By Sunlight And Found Creatures That Are Exploding With Colour

Wildlife photographer Danté Fenolio has headed into areas untouched by sunlight – deep seas, caves and underground – and found creatures that are exploding with colour.

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First are these blue-spotted jawfishes, which live in tropical reefs in the eastern-central Pacific Ocean, including the Gulf of California. They live in burrows that they block themselves inside each evening. In the morning, they remove the debris so they can pass through the burrow opening again. (Photo by Danté Fenolio/The Guardian/Johns Hopkins University Press) Continue »

Invisible By Day: Inspiring Photography By Mikko Lagerstedt

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Invisible by Day is a set of photos shared by Mikko Lagerstedt, a photographer from Helsinki, Finland. The long exposure photos highlight the stars and the Milky Way and explains why our galaxy gets that name. As a fan of photography, especially with low light I love what Mikko has achieved with this series of photos. Continue »

Young Artist From South Korea Creates Visual Illusion Art Using Her Face And Hands

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Dain Yoon, a make up and visual artist from Seoul, South Korea, has earned over 24K+ followers on Instagram for her incredible illusion artworks – all of them created without using Photoshop. The talented 22-year-old, who is a student at the Korean National University of Arts, shares her mind-blogging artworks online, which she creates using watercolours on her face and her hands. Continue »

Unique And Memorable Color Palettes To Inspire You

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Designers, are you looking for new color palettes to work with? If you are, you might want to check out the following post by Poppie Pack, senior graphic designer at Canva. In the article, she introduces us to 20 inspiring color palettes that you can use to represent your brand or website. From cool and warm tones to strong and bold hues, Pack’s selection of color palettes will definitely leave you feeling inspired. Continue »

“If My Small Dog Was As Big As She Thinks She Is”

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Vivian the Dog Moves to Brooklyn,” is a book about a big dog moving from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Brooklyn, New York. It’s 32 pages long and will be full of beautiful photo-illustrations created by Mitch Boyer and starring Vivian, with some pretty fantastic letterings and drawings by the talented, Valerie Navarro. Continue »

The Fascinating Adventures Of A Frenchman And A Hen Sailing Together Around The World

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24-year-old Guirec Soudée from Brittany, France took Monique the chicken on a boat to sail with him around the world. He took her mainly as a source of food – eggs. But Monique turned out to be a great companion for Guirec. Apart from laying 6 eggs per week, she also likes to surf, to swim and even to skateboard. Plus, she’s always there when Guirec is feeling a bit lonely. Continue »

Transforming Subway Passengers Into Renaissance Paintings

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The British photographer Matt Crabtree is having fun transforming stolen photographs of subway passengers in London into beautiful Renaissance paintings. These portraits are created with a simple smartphone, used for shooting but also for editing. This amazing project entitled 16th Century Tube Passengers brings out the beauty from these mundane everyday scenes, capturing poses and looks with a certain poetry. Continue »

Terrible Truth Behind: Superb Illustrations By Rafael Alvarez

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Beautiful illustrations from the portfolio of New York based illustrator Rafael Alvarez, who offers us a world that is both retro and trash, colorful and twisted. Some illustrations published in magazines, comics, or from his personal projects. Continue »

Sandwiches Deconstructed By David Schwen

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Most of us know the ingredients of the well-known sandwiches around the world, we can prepare them and we can eat them. But how many of us can literally deconstruct them to the bare ingredients, sort them and photograph them? David Schwen, an experienced designer and illustrator artist having worked with some of the best companies around – Coca Cola, Harley Davidson, Levi’s to name some, deconstructed these sandwiches in a very creative way. Continue »

A Collection Of Images Where Bicyclists Float Along City Streets With Invisible Bikes

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China-born artist Zhao Huasen created this fun collection of images where bicyclists float along city streets, pedaling and steering invisible bikes. For the project, entitled ‘Floating’, the artist captured hundreds of cyclists going about their every day lives and he then digitally removed the bicycles from the images. The bicycle seats, position of the riders, and the shadows on the streets remain intact, allowing viewers to easily access the story of the picture. The photographs have a playful character, adding humor to an otherwise common scene. Continue »

Too Young To Be A Pirate: Dreamy Illustrations By Ulric Leprovost

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Set of inspiring illustrations by French artist Ulric Leprovost. Continue »

Tutti Frutti: Fruit Cherishing Turned Into Colorful Self-Portraits

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Meet Cristina Otero, a resourceful and imaginative young artist who loves fruit. Cristina was born and lives in Madrid and started photography as young as thirteen. Her work became quickly renowned and she was the youngest photographer who has ever exhibited solo in a Spanish gallery in Valencia. Amiable for social media, Cristina’s work transfers emotions with a specific artistic expression for someone as young as her. A rare bonus to her photos is that she models herself and uses her body and her facial emotional voice to present the dramatic art. More is yet to come by Cristina. Continue »