NSFW Wax Sculpture Of Conjoined, Nude Brangelina Hits eBay

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In the wake of Brad and Angelina’s headline-breaking divorce, one artist is splitting up with a colorful ode to their relationship: a hyperrealistic wax sculpture of the celebrity couple, three-legged, nude, and joined at the hip. “Commemorate the iconic celebrity uncoupling with this unique Waxwork Sculpture,” reads the description, where UK eBay user Barneymarco is auctioning off this piece. According to the listing, Brangelina Memorial Nude Waxwork Sculpture was formed from mannequin-grade wax, glass eyes, and real human hair. It comes a height of 103 centimeters (3.37′), which the artist describes as “Over half life sized.” Continue »

An Artist Creates Stunning Fashion Logos Made From Images Of Their Brand Personalities

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The Netherlands-based artist Mike Frederiqo has recreated the logos of haute couture using cartoon images of their founders and brand personalities. Chanel, Yves Saint-Laurent, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Marc Jacobs and fashion mag Vogue got the treatment. It is hard to explain, but rather easy to understand once you dig through them in the gallery below. Continue »

The Zodiac Became Stunningly Hot After This Artist Put Her Hand To It

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A strikingly beautiful woman, Setareh Hosseini, has created a look for all 12 zodiac signs to capture the essence of each one. Using her own face as a canvas, she skillfully transforms herself into each horoscope character. Here: Aries Continue »

This Photographer Shows Haunting Beauty Of Ballet Through Ballerina’s Eyes

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Irina Yakovleva is a talented ballet and fashion photographer, stylist and choreography teacher, who was born in Kiev, Ukraine and currently lives and works in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Irina is graduated from Kiev State Choreographic School, and completed a professional photography course. She captures stunning portraits of ballet dancers and performances all around the world. Continue »

Meet The Artist Selling Real Carved Human Skulls

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Artist Zane Wylie has purchased dozens of human skulls. He carves the bones with intricate designs and sells them on his website for thousands of dollars. But the art of bone carving is complex: It’s both technically difficult, and it’s increasingly tough to find legally obtained skulls for purchase, as major online retailer eBay prohibited the sale of human remains this year. Continue »

Tim Walker Captures Breasts Overload In ‘Portrait Of A Lady’ For LOVE F/W 2016

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Artistic photographer Tim Walker flashes ‘Portrait of a Lady’, a brilliant cultural fixation on all things womanly and especially women’s breasts – the bigger the better unless you are a fashion model. In that case, the French preferences rule. Models Anna Cleveland, Eva Herzigova, Julia Hoomans, Kiki Willems, Lexi Boling, Molly Constable and actor India Salvor Menuez star in this hyper-sexualized, very proper editorial styled by Katie Grand for Love Magazine Fall/Winter 2016. There’s a problem among these Stepford ladies, however. Exhausted with all these projections and cultural expectations, revenge simmers close at hand. Continue »

2016 Siena International Photography Awards Winners

Siena International Photo Award has become one of the photo contests with the highest international participation ever. With images submitted by photographers from over 100 countries around the world, the Award highlights how Siena is one of the most artistically established towns in the world.

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“Strawberry greenhouses”. A strawberry-picker walks between colourful greenhouses near Nazilli, in the Aydın province of Turkey. Winner: Travel. (Photo by Leyla Emektar/SIPA Contest) Continue »

Stunning Images From Arcaid’s Architecture Photographer Of The Year 2016 Shortlist

Stock photography stalwart Arcaid Images just announced the 20 of the year’s best architectural photographs in the running for the 2016 Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards. Photographs are shortlisted under four categories: Exteriors, Interiors, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use. The photographs will be showcased at World Architecture Festival from November 16-18 in Berlin, Germany. The overall winner will be revealed at a gala dinner following the show

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Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland. Architect: Yrjo Lindegren and Toivo Jantti. Photographer: Sebastian Weiss. Continue »

Adorable Cats And Kittens Flying Through The Air By Seth Casteel

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After publishing a handful of books that featured portraits of underwater babies, puppies and canines underwater, photographer Seth Casteel (previously) is back with “Pounce,” a project features adorable felines flying through the atmosphere. The 35-year-old pet photographer, who lives in Venicem California, spent nearly a year documenting more than 1,000 adoptable cats in action. Seth’s latest book contains 70 previously unpublished photos of kittens, all whom came from animal shelters and rescue groups in the U.S. and Canada. Continue »

All You Need Is Blue: Mesmerizing Photography By Francois Peyranne

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Francois Peyranne is a talented photographer, designer, filmmaker and art director currently based in Paris, France. He studied at ESAG Penninghen school of art in Paris. For his latest project “All You Need Is Blue”, Francois captured stunning minimalist, cinematic and colorful photography, in which blue shades follow each other in an aquatic or mountainous atmosphere. Continue »

This Baking Artist Just Won The Internet With Her Realistic Breaking Bad Cake

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You’ve never seen Mike Ehrmantraut from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul like this before. For this eerily-realistic cake, Mike shows his sweeter side. Created by Natalie of Sideserf Cake Studio in Austin, Texas, this incredible cake perfectly captures Mike Ehrmantraut’s persona. This cake sculpture is so realistic, it doesn’t even look edible! But that’s just because Natalie happens to be unbelievably talented at creating realistic cakes that don’t look like cakes. It’s kind of her thing now and the internet is beginning to take notice. Continue »

These Stairs Show How Many Calories You Burn While Climbing Them

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Photo by AL.MA FOTOGRAFIA

When A2Office was designing a new headquarters for KuantoKusta inside an old warehouse in Leça do Balio, Portugal, they decided to make everyone a little more health conscious by adding some interesting information to these stairs. Instead of having just plain stairs, they added graphics that tell you how many calories you’ve burned as you walk up each stair. Continue »

Life In An Ad Agency Comically Shown Through Clever Use Of Stock Photos

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We’ve all seen our share of cliché stock photos. Ad-inspired merchandise store The Incumbent Agency decided to make good use of these typically mundane images by injecting a good dose of humor and transforming them into brilliantly relatable portrayals of life in an ad agency. Continue »

This Artist Creates Super-Abusive And Cute NSFW Greeting Cards

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Greeting cards are a dicey affair, either they’re sentimental or there’s a joke with a big—often unfunny—punchline. This is why I prefer my messages with a little black humor in them. You know the person giving you the card loves you, so it’s just fine if you give or get a little abuse in with the bargain. (Cards given in a semi-obligatory way in an office context don’t count.) The artist is named ​Phil Wall if you are wondering. He was doing some rough sketches and put them up on Facebook where they got a very enthusiastic response. As he points out, the phrasing is more British—it’s a lot more common for people to call each other “cunts” as a playful put-down in the U.K.! Continue »

The Devil And His Servants: Demonic NSFW Illustrations From 18th Century Occult Book

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These demonic creatures can be found in the illustrations to the Compendium rarissimum totius Artis Magicae sistematisatae per celeberrimos Artis hujus Magistros, a rare book on the occult dating from 1775 which is held by the Wellcome Library. The volume is written in a mixture of German and Latin and contains 31 water-color illustrations of the Devil and his demonic servants together with three pages of magic and occult ritualistic symbols. Continue »