Dad Paints Disney Tangled Mural For His Daughter

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His daughter loves Rapunzel, so when this dad had to paint her bedroom he turned it into the best bedroom ever. Continue »

Meet Challky, The Innovative Streetwear T-Shirt With A Chalk-Drawable Surface

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When you walk into a local coffee shop and you see this big chalkboard behind the counter with nothing, but the menu on, do you go,“I’d draw the #!$@ out of that thing!”? Those exact thoughts brought Alex and Michael to the idea of creating Challky. Continue »

Giant Food Art: Jolita Vaitkute’s Work Disappears From Certain Angle

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Here’s a new perspective on food: this giant food art by Lithuanian artists Emilija Vinžanovaitė and Jolita Vaitkutė (previously) only emerges as such when seen from a certain angle. The pair uses desserts, condiments, spices, and cheese to create their giant food art pieces, which include famous faces, animals – for example a bee made of fruits that are “just a small part of food diversity that humanity loses if bees disappear” – and street scenes, and can measure up to four metres. Continue »

Artist Transforms Herself Into Different Characters Using Only Makeup

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Although you would be correct in assuming she made a pact with the many-faced god and that she has no name, her real identity is Florea Flavia, a Bucharest-based makeup artist. She does these amazing transformations using nothing but makeup. She spends at least a couple of hours on each piece and the results are stunning. She draws her inspiration from comic books, anime, video-games and anything in between. Continue »

This Artist’s NSFW Portraits Aim To Take Down The Double Standard Of Oral Sex In Pop Culture

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Enter artist Alexandra Rubinstein and her incredible series, A Dream Come True. Born in Ekaterinburg, Russia, 28-year-old Rubinstein has been living in America for the last 20 years creating work that turns the long-fraught oral sex paradigm upside down. She now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, where she paints artwork inspired by her experience of finding her identity as a woman, while encompassing broader ideas of culture, gender, and intimacy. Continue »

Photographer Tests Her Skills With A One Dollar Camera

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Photographer Skyler Adams decided to put her skills to the test when she took pictures with nothing but a one dollar camera for an entire month. She bought a Canon Sure Shot for only $1 along with an expired roll of film, and she got to work. Film processing and scanning was $8 more, so Skyler spent $10 for the whole experiment. Continue »

You’ll Be Amazed After Seeing The Classy Interior Of This Rolls-Royce!

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An art-filled Rolls-Royce regarded as a palace on wheels and one of the finest British cars ever made is expected to sell for £700,000 at auction. The Phantom I was commissioned in 1926 by Woolworths’ financial director Clarence Gasque as a surprise gift for his wife, Maude. To ensure she was suitably impressed, Mr Gasque set out on a no-expense-spared project that resulted in the rear seats costing more than the average home. The ten-month project resulted in a car described by experts as being “nothing less than magnificently palatial”. Continue »

Crashed Car Randomly Gets A Golden Makeover

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A Toyota Camry crashed in Melbourne, Australia a few weeks ago and it was quickly abandoned with the keys left in the ignition. A street artist seized the opportunity and turned this car into a gold masterpiece. Continue »

An Artist Creates A Life-Size Sculpture Of A Pianist, Made Of 210,000 Matches

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Photo by Antonio Bronic/Reuters

Tomislav Horvat poses next to a life-size sculpture of a pianist, made of approximately 210,000 matches and weighs around 100 kilograms, in Tomislav Horvat’s studio in Podturen, Croatia. For the last ten years, Horvat has built sculptures made from matches. This is his biggest sculpture to date that took him some 30 months to build. Continue »

Living Planet Index Report In Pictures

Global wildlife populations will decline by 67% by 2020 unless urgent action is taken to reduce human impact on species and ecosystems, warns the biennial Living Planet Index report from WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) and ZSL (Zoological Society of London). From elephants to eels, here are some of the wildlife populations most affected by human activity.

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Only 1,864 giant pandas remain in the wild. Threats include human-wildlife conflict and climate change. The species is listed as vulnerable. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer) Continue »

A Look Back At The First Tucker Torpedo Prototype From 1946

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The Tucker Torpedo is one of the great what-if stories of automotive history. Preston Tucker hoped to revolutionize the industry with a car unlike any other on the road at the time. However, due to a variety of problems, he only managed build 51 vehicles before closing shop. Over time, they have become highly sought-after; ​In 2012, one sold for $2.65 million at auction. Continue »

This Guy And His Wife Hosted An Awesome Walking Dead Premiere Party

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“The Walking Dead” is finally back, and these super fans decided to throw the ultimate party for the season premiere. Continue »

Some Guy Is Leaving Hilarious Fake Trivia Books In Bookstores

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If you haven’t visited a bookstore lately, you really should. And not just for the thousands upon thousands of books with countless tales that could influence you for a lifetime. But maaaainly for the chance of stumbling upon one of reddit users caducus fake books. Yes, fake. Recently, he teamed with reddit artist dinosaur_copilot & collaborated on a book of ridiculous fake trivia and has been dropping them off at random book stores all over the place. Continue »

Artist Maria Gasanova Paints Live Models To Look Like Watercolour Masterpieces

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Model Karina Magomedova poses while she presents “The Alive Painting” body art work by Russian artist Maria Gasanova during the Art Krasnoyarsk annual festival in Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Maria Gasanova paints live models to look like watercolour masterpieces Continue »

The Hofskirkja Church – The Only Church Left With A Grass Rooftop

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Photo by CISSÉO

Rooftop gardens are definitely some of the best relaxation spots that are easily accessible for anybody. When it comes to Iceland, this tradition appeared way back in the 18th century. It was a measure of protection from the difficult climate conditions. However, the Hofskirkja Church is the last grass roof church standing in Iceland. Continue »