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‘The Ring’ Doughnut And ‘Game Of Thrones’ Cake: Introducing Lou Lou P And Her Incr-Edible Food Art

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For the Game of Thrones fans out there, we’ve just found something to add to your list of merchandise: edible art! UK baker and food artist, Lou Lou P (previously), has recently crafted a series of cake pops depicting key Game of Thrones characters. But that’s not it!

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Photo of the Day: The Opening Bell Dancer

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A dancer for the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, which rang the Opening Bell, is viewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on July 27, 2015 in New York City. The Dow Jones industrial average was down 150 points in morning trading following a steep overnight decline in the volatile Chinese exchange. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

French Artist Recreates A Tropical Jungle With Amazing Hand-Cut Paper Pieces

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French artist and paper designer Mlle Hipolyte has recreated a ‘tropical jungle’ using pieces of vibrantly colored paper, cut entirely by hand. the mural replicates the lush and diverse assortment of botanical life and greenery found in a rainforest environment.

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Yung Cheng Lin’s Human Art Illusions Address Female Body Modification

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Taiwanese artist Yung Cheng Lin, commonly known as 3CM, visualizes themes of women’s issues, social standards, and body modification through a photographic lens. The artist interprets these subjects through simple tools and materials that interact with a human body to reveal a message and convey an idea. Red string, push pins and roses literally intersect the female figures in the photographs, creating striking and somewhat alarming visual compositions that come to life through digital manipulation.

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Giant 3D Mixed Media Street Art Sculpture Climbs Università Bicocca In Milan

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At Milan’s Università Bicocca, italian sculptor Edoardo Tresoldi has collaborated with artist Gonzalo Borondo to realize ‘chained’, a mixed media work that interacts with architecture of the site. On the red façade of the building, Borondo has painted five male figures that embrace each other in a circular configuration. Large, coarse brushstrokes and a minimal palette grant the larger-than-life sized figures an abstract sensibility.

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3D Printing Fashion: How I 3D-Printed Clothes at Home

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For her fashion graduate collection at Shenkar, Danit Peleg wanted to do something very different. She skipped the sewing machines and fabrics, and went straight towards 3D printing machines. It was a struggle, because she barely knew anything about the technology, and creating entire dresses from home scale 3D printers hasn’t really been done yet.

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Francesca Lombardi And Giacomo Favilla Present Stunning Doily Masks Portraits

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Italian multi-disciplinary designer Francesca Lombardi presents ‘Doily’. A creative series of masks, each is composed of a single crocheted doily. By re-contextualizing the commonplace object, it can be seen as the perfect adornment for the human face.

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Photo of the Day: Atomic Skyline

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A huge supercell dominates the Texas skyline like an atomic bomb explosion. These incredible images were taken on April 11th, by photographer Darin Kuntz who has spent in his entire life in so-called Tornado Alley. And Darin confirmed that he snapped the storm standing in his backyard in Lubbock, Texas. (Photo by Darin Kuntz/Barcroft Media)

Inside Chernobyl’s No-Go Zone 30 Years After The Nuclear Apocalypse

The town of Pripyat, in Ukraine, sprang up just three kilometres from the ill-fated Chernobyl power plant. But on April 26 1986, one of the reactors deep within the plant exploded, causing the world’s worst nuclear disaster.

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Photographer Roland Verant, 35, from Vienna, captured a series of stunning images of the Ukrainian town of Pripyat, 30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster that decimated the town.

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Muslim Lolita Fashion Is A New Trend Inspired By Japan

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In an awesome fashion mash-up that nobody could’ve foreseen, Muslim fans of the Japanese lolita fashion trend have begun pairing these sweet-as-candy outfits with their hijabs, creating a unique new style that Japanese lolita fans are falling in love with.

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17-Year-Old Self-Taught Mexican Artist Creates Stunning Watercolors And Pencil Drawings

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Dany Lizeth, a creative and talented 17-year-old in Mexico, creates expertly detailed and beautifully colorful drawings of animals and people using watercolors and colored pencils. What’s even more impressive than her amazing talent at such a young age, however, is that she taught herself how to draw this well!

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SAN KAKU MADO: The “Playful Window Mosaic”, A Small Toy With Endless Possibilities

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According to designer Samira Boon: “The San Kaku Mado is a toy that can be played anywhere as long as you have a window to stick it to. It consists of a single form and material and sticks without glue.”

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This Is What Disney Princes Would Look Like As “Magic Mike” Strippers

Eight of your favorite animated heartthrobs imagined as male entertainers.

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Prince Charming from Cinderella as Magic Mike (played by Channing Tatum) with club-goer Cinderella

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Clever Redesign Of McDonald’s Takeaway Bag Lets You Eat A Big Mac Without Mess Read

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Design student Jessica Stoll, from Arizona State University, has created a packaging redesign concept for McDonald’s Big Mac, which not only looks like a delightful Happy Meal for adults, but also reduces mess when eating on-the-go.

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“The Face of War”: Ukrainian Artist Creates A Portrait Of Russian President Vladimir Putin From 5,000 Bullet Cases

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Ukrainian artist Dariya Marchenko works on a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin named “The Face of War” which is made out of 5,000 cartridges brought from the frontline in eastern Ukraine, in Kiev, July 23, 2015. The portrait will be presented along with a novel which will tell personal stories of six people involved in this project including Daria’s own story and stories of people who helped her to collect shells from the frontline. Daria Marchenko calls her art approach philosophic symbolism where every element has its hidden meaning. In her works cartridges mean human’s life that was brutally ended. (Photos by Gleb Garanich/Reuters)

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