This Paint-Splattered Clothing Is Actually Incredible Embroidery

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Art and fashion have always gone hand in hand. Sometimes it’s the artist that makes the clothes; other times it’s the clothes that make the artist. Think of Andy Warhol’s iconic turtleneck, or Dior turning spray artworks by Sterling Ruby into gowns. Continue »

Stuffed Llama Travels The World Taking Vacation Photos

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Turkish blogger Eylul Sava has started the Instagram account Llama With No Drama. The account features an adorable stuffed llama in picturesque travel photos from around the world. Continue »

12 Hilariously Honest Dog Breed Slogans

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If you own one of these popular dog breeds, then you can definitely relate… Continue »

Photographer Adrienne Salinger’s Series Of Teenage Bedrooms From The 90s

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In the 90s, the photographer Adrienne Salinger has documented the bedrooms of American teenagers, asking teens to pose surrounded by their personal possessions. A delightfully vintage series that makes sense today, unveiling the styles and trends from the 90s. If Adrienne Salinger chose teenagers as models, it’s because adolescence is the last time these future adults will be living with their parents, with all their possessions in one room. Continue »

This Harry Potter Themed Wedding Is Most Magical Thing Ever

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Photo © by Kelly Clarke / SWNS

Rumor has it that there are more Harry Potter fans on earth than there are stars in our solar system. But few of them can claim to be bigger fans of the world famous heptalogy than newlyweds Cassie and Lewis Byrom. Continue »

The Creepy Girl From ‘The Grudge’ Has A Hilarious Instagram Account

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Sadako vs. Kayako is a new horror film that features the main horror characters from the movies The Grudge and The Ring. Sort of like when Hollywood gave us Alien vs. Predator, except this is from Japan. Anyway, the distributor gave the ghost character Kayako Saeki from The Grudge her own Instagram account to promote the new flick. See her in everyday activities with her sidekick Toshio in all their creepy glory. Continue »

This Photograprer Has Captured A Bunch Of Little Caesar’s Pizza Pies In Unusual Locations And Situations Throughout LA

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Pizza in the Wild series I and II by Los Angeles-based photographer Jonpaul Douglass (previously) were inspired by pizza graffiti which led him to photograph a bunch of Little Caesar’s pizza pies in unusual locations and situations throughout LA. Some hang off ledges, others are thrown/placed on animals, cars, street signs and the like, and still others become one with nature. If you’re feeling badly for the pizzas that appear in the shots, don’t; none were harmed in the making of the series and apparently some were even eaten! A very wise man, for sure. Continue »

Vietnam Veterans Dog Tag Memorial In Chicago

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Photo: Charles Rex Arbogast

At the Harold Washington Library in Chicago is a new art installation called “Above and Beyond” featuring over 58,000 replica dog tags — one for each American soldier killed in the Vietnam War. The dog tags, each hung one inch apart, are suspended from the ceiling from a 410-square-foot rectangle. Each dog tag lists the soldier’s name, military branch and date of death. Nearby is a touch panel display that allows visitors to look up a veteran’s name and find generally where the soldier’s dog tag is hanging. It is the only memorial other than The Wall in Washington, D.C., that lists every individual killed in Vietnam. Continue »

Artist Blank William Creates Incredible Wild Animal Stormtrooper Helmets

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Star Wars meets The Jungle Book, as New York based designer Blank William has reinterpreted the iconic Stormtrooper helmet from the vaunted sci-fi film franchise. The armor is sculpted into distinctive shapes, bearing the likeness of an elephant, rhino and hippo. Continue »

This Incredible Artist Paints Her Models Into The World Around Them

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We’re all familiar with the expression “at one with nature” – the kind of talk generally reserved for hippies or pretentious backpackers who found themselves at a Full Moon Party. But artist Orly Faya takes the saying very literally. For the last three years, she has been disguising her subjects as part of their scenery in a series called I Paint People into the World. Continue »

‘3D Printed’ Animals Illustrate The Irreplaceable Nature Of Endangered Species

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As part of a campaign for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), Young & Rubicam Paris has realized a series of images that depicts the irreplaceable and irreversible aspects of killing wildlife. Continue »

Architectural Camouflage Collection By Snarkitecture

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New York-based studio Snarkitecture has teamed up with Print All Over Me (POAM) to realize the Architectural Camouflage collection. This new series of apparel uses allover prints of white building materials that allow the wearer to blend into their architectural surroundings. Continue »

This Girl Made A Yummy Apple Turnovers Shaped Like Jabba The Hutt

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According to Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin: “May the 4th be with you! Have a peek at how I made these yummy apple turnovers shaped like Jabba the Hutt – easy and fun. These were a blast to make (and eat) and took about 45 min to create.” Continue »

An Artist Has Created A Series Using Professional Make Up That Would React To The UV Light Of A Black Light

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According to an artist Adriano Rodrigues: “For my final project for Photography, I created a series using professional make up that would react to the UV light of a black light. First off, I want to thank Sarah Luke for her patience as a model and Breeanna Nichols for her stellar work at applying professional grade make up on Sarah. This and formost was a group effort, we simply intended to make something that capured our imaginations and to shake up the concrete “boring” world. This was a one day process, took roughly 7 hours to create and photograph and an additional 6 hours of editing images. Nikon D600 was the DSLR used for this project and Adobe Photoshop.” Continue »

This Artist Has Made A Portrait Of Accordionist From Real Accordions

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Jolita Vaitkutė ia a designer and artist, generating and implementing extraordinary ideas. She is mostly known for creating art using food or other material – different size of pencils, paper sheets and other. She also calls herself media artist. Continue »