Beauty Photography by Sarah Kehoe

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Sarah Kehoe’s vibrant and intimate photographs emit a leisurely West Coast vibe that betrays her East Coast roots. Sarah received a degree in Photography from NYU before moving to California where she worked as the photo editor for the LA Times Magazine and Mother Jones Magazine.

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Zentangle Design Trend: 35 Inspiring Examples

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It seems that every New Year brings with it new trends in almost every aspect of one’s life, and this 2015 is no different. Recently, there has been a sudden interest in images made from double exposure photos to gorgeous low poly portraits that you could spend hours looking at. Then, there is also the rather mysterious sounding “Zentangle.” Just repeat that name to yourself a couple of times and you can sense a certain mystery to it.

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30 Charming Vintage Beer Label Designs

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A lot of people just chug their beer right up without even giving the bottle or can so much as a glance. That’s not surprising though, especially for beer lovers out there. After all, a bottle of ice cold beer after a long day could be a most welcome sight. However, this also makes them miss out on the hidden gem found right on that bottle. Because today, beer bottles do not only have amazing brews inside it, they actually carry amazing art around it as well.

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An Adorable Guide To The Dogs Of The World By Geographic Origin By Artist Lili Chin

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Artist Lili Chin of Doggie Drawings has created an adorable series of illustrations called Dogs Of The World. The vibrant guide features over 200 dogs that are all separated by their place of origin.

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“Men & Cats” Photoseries By David Williams

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Talented Photographer David Williams began his Men & Cats project back in 2009, in order to break the “crazy cat lady” stereotype.

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Stunning Detailed Portraits of Bathing People By Alyssa Monks

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Alyssa Monks is a New Jersey-based artist who’s most famous for her stunning hyper realistic paintings. Although they seem like photographs, these are actually very detailed portraits of bathing people. “Using filters such as glass, vinyl, water, and steam, I distort the body in shallow painted spaces,“ Monks said of her techniques.

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Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon

A new photo exhibition dedicated to Audrey Hepburn is scheduled to launch on July 2 at the National Portrait Gallery in London. A remarkable selection of both classic and rarely seen photographs of this iconic movie star and humanitarian give visitors a unique opportunity to explore her life and career.

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Unpublished photograph of Audrey Hepburn in Richmond Park by Bert Hardy, 30 April 1950 (© Bert Hardy/Getty Images)

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‘Hong Kong is Not China': Artist’s Illustrations Go Viral

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A collection of illustrations created by a Hong Kong designer has gone viral since being published to the Facebook page of Local Studio HK.

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Human-like Robot Named “Pepper” Performs as a PR Manager in Tokyo

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SoftBank’s human-like robot named “Pepper” poses for pictures in its role as a PR manager of Tottori prefecture at the prefecture speciality store in Tokyo, Japan, July 1, 2015. Pepper will work at the store until July 2, as the first workplace venue for its temporary staffing service. (Photo by Yuya Shino/Reuters)

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Urban Diversion: Playful Street Art Interventions on the Streets of France

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Street artist OakOak continues to bring smiles and double-takes to his hometown of St. Etienne, France, an old industrial town with drab facades and cracked sidewalks ripe for his unique brand of visual jokes.

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The Distorted Street Faces of Andre Muniz Gonzaga

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Brazilian artist Andre Muniz Gonzaga is a street artist who is recognized for his paintings on irregular surfaces including large-scale rocks. His portraits on degraded and porous surfaces take place in site specific public spaces.

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Photographer Brings Children’s Dreams To Life In Magical Photos

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There’s no end to a child’s imagination. Their dreams know no boundaries and they love to think that anything is possible – something that photographer Rhiannon Logsdon has captured in a series of snapshots.

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The Free Ride – Crow Rides On The Back Of An Eagle

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Phoo Chan, a talented California-based bird photographer whose photos have been featured by National Geographic, has captured an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime series of photos of a crow landing and riding on the back of a bald eagle mid-flight.

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Brand New VW Transporter Gets Witty Camouflage To Keep It From Being Stolen

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There are plenty of different ways to protect your car from theft, but one owner of a Volkswagen Transporter van decided to protect it in a novel way – by covering the new vehicle in rust-like vinyl to make it look like a hunk of junk!

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Photo of the Day: Terminator Genisys

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Arnold Schwarzenegger arrives at the LA Premiere of “Terminator Genisys” at Dolby Theater on Sunday, June 28, 2015 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP Photo)