An Innovative Artist Has Camouflaged Nude Bodies By Painting Them Into The Worlds Most Expensive Artworks

New York body artist, Trina Merry (previously featured) picked the 20 top dearest paintings, then photographed naked models disguised as part of the piece. The talented artist began her career in body painting after being struck by lightning, and has worked on thousands of human canvases since – while most session last three hours, her longest took a whopping 18 hours to complete.

Titled 19,900,000 after the price that was paid for The Scream by Edvard Munch.

Trina’s latest project titled Lust of Currency was sparked by Trumps presidency and his controversial plans to cut the National Endowment for the Arts. The passionate painter hopes to draw attention to the value of art and the booming market, which recently saw a Basquiat piece sell for 10.5million. Continue »

A Giant New 5,000-piece CMYK Color Gamut Jigsaw Puzzle By Clemens Habicht

Artist Clemens Habicht scaled-up his deviously complicated 1,000 Color Puzzle jigsaw by a factor of five with the new 5,000 Colors Puzzle. The vibrantly monstrous puzzle is comprised of 5,000 differently colored pieces that form a 6.5 x 2.5 foot CMYK color gamut. For hyper-dedicated puzzlers only. Continue »

Father Of Six Takes Magical Pictures Of His Kids As They Grow

Photographer and father of six Alain Laboile’s beautiful photos of his family and kids cannot help but conjure up fond memories of your own childhood. His eye for beautiful and vital compositions, along with his choice to shoot in black and white, give his photographs a timeless feel and make them seem as though they could have been a part of anyone’s childhood – as if they’re childhood or family universals. Continue »

Disney’s Bastards – The Provocative Paintings By Gilen Bousquet

Gilen Bousquet Presents Disney’s Bastards is a series by this extremely talented artist from France, in which he freely expresses a new take on all the Disney Characters we know and love. Using mostly acrylic paint for his works, he portrays his Disney characters in a completely debauched manner. You’ll be able to witness a drunk Pinocchio as well as a completely hungover Bambi and his friends or even a crack addicted Mowgli… Not really the exact way we remember our favorite Disney Characters but I must admit I absolutely love this new take on the series by Gilen. Continue »

Massive Unused Chicken Cages Torn Down In Eastern China

Looking from above, one can never tell that these colorful rows in Jinan, capital of east China’s Shandong Province, featuring flower and fish patterns as well as Chinese characters are actually thousands of deserted battery cages. Continue »

“Little Mermaid” Smeared In Red In Protest Against Whaling In Copenhagen

The vandalism of Copenhagen’s world famous statue of the Little Mermaid made a splash on Tuesday, as the sea-side sculpture was drenched in blood-red paint. Continue »

These Quirky Kid’s Stools Were Inspired By Farmyard Animals

Japanese designer Takeshi Sawada, has designed a collection of quirky farm animal inspired stools for design brand EO – Elements Optimal. The collection is made up of three stools, Bambi, Sheep and Cow, with the design of the back of the stools and the faux fur seat easily telling you which animal it takes after. Each of designs are have a seat height of 33cm (just over 1 foot) and have a solid European Oak or an American Walnut base and back. Continue »

Awesome Behind The Scenes Photos From The Making Of “Halloween”

Halloween is a 1978 American independent slasher film set in the fictional suburban midwestern town of Haddonfield, Illinois, on Halloween. The original draft of the screenplay was titled The Babysitter Murders and The Night He Came Home. Continue »

Summer Super Villa By Lassa Architects In Greek

The 150-square-metre Villa Ypsilon was designed by London- and Brussels-based firm LASSA, which is headed up by architects Theo Sarantoglou Lalis and Dora Sweijd. The domed form of the summer house responds to the client’s desires for a vantage point from which to survey the agricultural land, as well as the nearby mountains and coastline. Continue »

An Artist Paints Tiny Masterpieces Inside Her Empty Altoids Tins

Two years ago, Heidi Annalise quit her government job in Washington DC and returned to her home state of Colorado to paint– out of handheld mint cans. She spends most of her days “frolicking in meadows” and painting the wilderness and has since managed to rack up an Instagram following of more than 50K with her adorable Altoids painting kits, living quite happily off her miniature craft. She’s basically a character straight out of Wes Anderson’s mind. Continue »

Tatted Up In Victorian Times: Fascinating Photos Show The Work Of One Of Britian’s First Tattoo Artists Sutherland Macdonald

Victorian pictures always show stern-looking faces with people covering their bodies from head to toe in long clothes. But vintage images have revealed how some people living in 19th century Britain had a love of huge tattoos covering their entire chests and arms. And all of the pictures from the Victorian era show the inkings carried out by one of the first ever tattoo artists – Sutherland Macdonald. Continue »

Artist Jeff Koons Installs A Giant Inflatable Ballerina In The Heart Of New York


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The famous artist Jeff Koons has installed a giant inflatable ballerina in the heart of New York! This monumental 14-meter-high artwork, simply entitled Seated Ballerina, took its place in the center of the Rockefeller Center. A massive project designed to support the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children, in partnership with Tishman Speyer and the Art Production Fund. This installation is visible until June 2, 2017. Continue »

Artist Sculpts Waves On Driftwood

In love with the sea, the artist Johny Surf Art sculpts waves of gypsum on driftwood, capturing the energy and poetry of these liquid monsters. A beautiful work to follow on Instagram. Continue »

Disney Princesses Gracefully Reimagined As Poetic, Staid Digital Illustrations

It’s always refreshing to see Disney artworks reimagined in the signature style of different artists around the world. France-based freelance illustrator Melanie Delon showcases the iconic characters in her very own sedate style.

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Delon not only designs book covers, but also creates concept art for the video games industry and publishes tutorials to help other creatives in the field. Though drawing has always been a part of her life, Delon admits that becoming a full-fledged illustrator was not always the most obvious, and that “it happened quite by mistake.” Continue »

How Is It Even Possible To Make Such Things Out Of Sand?!

Artist Toshihiko Hosaka creates some of the most elaborate sand sculptures in all Japan. His work is so detailed and refined, most sculptures look like they’ve been carved from stone. Continue »