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Incredible Ballerina Performs En Pointe with Knife Shoes

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En Puntas is a video installation by artist Javier Pérez featuring ballerina Amélie Ségarra performing an incredible dance atop a grand piano, entirely en pointe, wearing a customized set of pointe shoes that extend beyond the toe box with a pair of sharp kitchen knives.

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Photographer Brings Back Magic of Childhood with Rockets and Fireworks

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Not many people can say that they’ve been involved with a project site for over 50 years but that’s what photographer Harry Cory Wright can claim with his recently released series Hey Charlie. Fascinated with a specific spot in Norfolk, East England, where he spent his childhood days, Cory Wright shot a specific bend in the river and the field beside it with a whole lot of magic.

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Mythical Portraits Feature Wild Animals by Katerina Plotnikova

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Moscow-based photographer Katerina Plotnikova has taken some stunning portraits of young girls with wild animals.

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6 Talented Artists Creating Magnificent Miniature Worlds

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Today, we’ve rounded up six talented artists who are incredibly skilled at creating amazing, miniature worlds.

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Electromagnetic Sculptures Generated by a Particle Accelerator

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Artist Todd Johnson makes “shockfossils,” lightning-style sculptures created with a 5 million volt particle accelerator.

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Against the Grain: Wood as an Incredible Artistic Medium

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Against the Grain: Wood in Contemporary Art, Craft and Design” is a new exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Featuring nearly 90 installations and sculptures, the show (which originated at the Mint Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina) brings together 57 cutting-edge artists and designers from all over the world.

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Adorable Series of Babies Sucking on Lemons for the Very First Time

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Pucker is an adorable series, by photographer David Wile, of babies sucking on lemons for the very first time.

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Sneak Peek of The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years

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Mark your calendars! In what promises to be one of those fantastic photo exhibitions you won’t want to miss, Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles will soon present The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years.

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Beautiful African Beach Calligraphy by Andrew van der Merwe

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Have you ever seen beach calligraphy? Check out these beautiful works by the world’s first beach calligrapher, Andrew van der Merwe.
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Quirky Portraits Feature a Fantasy of Repeating Objects

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As of late, emerging photographer Austin Tott has been been making a name for himself for creating quirky portraits of people surrounded or being attacked by one thing. Well, not exactly one thing.

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Winners of the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

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Colorful Reinterpretations of Cloudy Scottish Landscapes

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Inspired by his surrounding Scottish landscapes, Glasgow-based artist Scott Naismith interprets the skies, land, and sea before him as beautiful streaks of color.

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20 Most Inspiring Entries in Red Bull’s Epic Photo Contest

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Red Bull Illume, the world’s biggest photography contest for action and adventure sports, recently released its top 250 entries. From those, we picked the 20 most awe-inspiring ones.

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20 Fantastic and Funny Examples of Game of Thrones Fan Art

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We finally did it! After seeing so much great fan art come out for the epic fantasy drama Game of Thrones, we felt it was time to put together the ultimate collection. These 20 pieces were chosen because they’re either gorgeously made or incredibly funny.

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Hot Lava Hits Seawater and Forms Black Sand Beach

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Like fellow photographer and business partner Tom Kualii, Bruce Omori captures hot lava as it explodes against a cool Hawaiian shore. Shattering into a million piece, the rocks go on to form the famous black sand the Big Island is known for, or in essence, a new beach.

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