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Exploring Japan with Daft Punk: A Look at Rare Photographs of the Iconic Duo from 2000’s

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Daft Punk, the French electronic music duo consisting of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, is widely regarded as one of the most influential acts in the world. The duo, who formed Daft Punk in 1993 after their time together in the rock band Darlin’, is known for their iconic robot personas and hit albums such as Homework (1997). Continue reading »

Cicada: The Unspoken Horrors of Corporate White-Collar Enslavement by Shaun Tan

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Shaun Tan is a multi-talented Australian artist, writer and film maker. He has received critical acclaim for his work, including winning an Academy Award for The Lost Thing, an animated film based on his own 2000 picture book. Continue reading »

In 1996, Vogue Italia Featured a Photograph of Carla Bruni Taken by Javier Vallhonrat

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Carla Bruni, a model and singer, was photographed by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue Italia in 1996. Prior to becoming the French First Lady, she was known for her modeling and singing career. It is uncertain if she continues to sing currently. Continue reading »

3D Printed Jesus Mecha Christ Transformer

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Have you ever wondered what Jesus would look like as a transformer? Imagine if instead of dying on the cross, he used his remaining divinity to transform into a giant robot and wreak havoc on the Roman army. Now you can explore that scenario in the game Jesus Mecha Christ. Continue reading »

The Superb Bizarre Generative Artworks by Ai Ai Capitan

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The artist Ai Ai Capitan, utilizing Midjourney’s neural network, has created a series of photorealistic works that blend scenes from classic horror films. Continue reading »

Exploring the Boundaries of Sneaker Design: The Work of Grant Franck

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As a 3D artist and design director, Grant Franck has been pushing the boundaries of sneaker design with his innovative use of AI generative techniques. His series of AI-generated sneakers showcases the incredible potential of technology to create unique and creative outcomes. Continue reading »

An Exploration of Y2K Aesthetics in Abstract Art Series by Anatolii Babii

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Digital artist Anatolii Babii’s latest series, “Y2K Aesthetics,” pays homage to the nostalgia of the early 2000s through bold colors, pixelated graphics, and a futuristic vibe. The collection features pop culture icons, everyday scenes, and abstract compositions, all rendered in a style reminiscent of the early days of digital art, capturing the spirit of the Y2K era. Continue reading »

Vintage Cover Photos of The Popular Magazine in the 1920s

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The Popular Magazine, a literary publication that ran for an impressive 612 issues from 1903 to 1931, was a staple in early American literature. With a diverse range of genres, the magazine featured everything from short fiction and novellas to serialized works and even complete short novels. Although the magazine covered various subjects, it had a tendency to lean towards men’s adventure stories, particularly in its later years as the demand for hardboiled fiction increased. Continue reading »

Entering the Enchanting Realm of Robert Burden’s Playful Paintings

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Robert Burden’s Toy Box collection is a nostalgic journey through childhood memories and imagination. The California-based artist creates stunning oil on canvas paintings that combine action figures with intricate decorative motifs. These colorful characters and stories transport the viewer back to a time of joy and boundless imagination. Continue reading »

Exploring the Multifaceted Beauty and Fascination of Andrew Cadima’s Oil Paintings

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In the world of art, there are few things as captivating as a well-executed oil painting. And when it comes to portraiture, American artist Andrew Cadima is truly a master of his craft. His unique and multifaceted style is one that will leave you questioning the emotions and inner thoughts of his subjects. Continue reading »

Experience the Fascinating and Thought-Provoking Art of Collages by the Talented Artist Chad Gordon

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Chad Gordon, a Brooklyn-based artist, masterfully crafts collage artworks that challenge societal norms and spark thought-provoking discussions. By utilizing found images such as price tag stickers and old photographs, Gordon’s pieces take on a unique and absurd aesthetic. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos of the Goggomobil Dart

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The Goggomobil Dart, a microcar developed by Sydney-based Buckle Motors Pty Ltd., was an innovative vehicle that combined the chassis and mechanical components of the German Goggomobil microcar with an Australian-designed fibreglass body. Continue reading »

Photorealistic Rainforest Paintings by Artist Alonzo Morales Bravo

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Venezuelan artist Alonzo Morales Bravo has mastered the art of photorealistic painting, capturing the lush, verdant beauty of rainforests through his stunning oil paintings. With an eye for detail and a penchant for realism, Alonzo has managed to create an art form that is truly awe-inspiring. For those looking to be inspired or to learn more, be sure to check out Alonzo’s Instagram page. Continue reading »

Humorous Illustrations Blending Sarcastic Nature and Adopted Cat’s Attitude

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The Internet has been abuzz in recent years with the phenomenon of cats taking over, and now we have one more artist to add to their ranks. @st.aftercigs, an Instagram account with 190K+ followers, gives a whole new dimension to cat appreciation with their bold, humorous artworks inspired by the artist’s own adopted cat. Continue reading »

Artist Wrote Inappropriate “Children’s” Books And Here Are Some Of The Worst Titles

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If you’ve never heard of Brad Gosse, or seen him perform, you are definitely missing out. His TikTok and YouTube videos are always funny, and he never fails to make you say: “Did he really just say that!” Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Tiny Worlds Inside Walnut Shells

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According to Kristina Loginova: “Hello, friends!

It’s been a long time since I published, and a lot has changed. Continue reading »

The Rise of Original Paint, Rust, and Patina: How Volkswagen Fanatics are Embracing the Unrestored Look

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In recent years, there has been a significant shift in the automotive world towards cars with original paint, rust, and patina. This change in perception, which initially took hold within the global Volkswagen community, has led to a growing interest in cars that are not fully restored, but instead maintain their original, well-worn appearance. Continue reading »

Tomi Um: The Illustrator Behind New York City’s Iconic Casper Mattress Ad

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Tomi Um is a Brooklyn-based illustrator who has made a name for herself in the advertising industry with her unmistakable illustrations. Her work can be found in some of the most popular ads throughout the New York City subway, including the beloved Casper Mattress ads. Continue reading »

The Incredible Hyper-Realistic Spherical Paintings of Japanese Artist Daisuke Samejima

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Daisuke Samejima is an incredibly talented Japanese artist, whose remarkable paintings look like they could be what you’d see through a fish-eye lens. While painting a three-dimensional object, animal or person on a flat canvas is challenging enough, imagine what it takes to do it on a spherical one. Not only does the artist need to make sure that the artwork looks convincing from any direction, they also need to adjust for the warping that comes with the shape of the canvas. Continue reading »

Marite Desaine’s Painting-Like Ballpoint Pen Drawings

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The humble ballpoint pen is often overlooked in the art world, but Marite Desaine is showing the world just how powerful it can be. The Latvian artist first rose to fame in 2014 when her incredible ballpoint pen drawings of landscapes started to be featured by prestigious art websites and blogs, and it was clear from the beginning that her style was something special. Continue reading »

Fragmented Faces: Striking Portraiture by Michael Mapes

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As an artist, Michael Mapes pushes the boundaries of traditional portraiture with his unique, deconstructed pieces. Based in New York, he combines elements of collage and sculpture to craft intricate works of art that are as thought-provoking as they are visually striking. Continue reading »

Magnificent Microcosms: Captivating Images of Imperiled Insects

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Billions of Rocky Mountain Locusts, known as Melanoplus spretus, used to flock to the Great Plains in large numbers until the late 1800s. After this, the swarms stopped appearing and the locusts have not been seen since 1902.

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In an effort to raise awareness of the beauty of insects, British photographer Levon Biss has created an exhibition, Extinct & Endangered: Insects in Peril, showcasing stunning photographs taken with microscope lenses. His work is a reminder of how we often don’t appreciate the beauty of such creatures until it’s too late – a stark reality that’s seen in the fate of the once prolific Rocky Mountain Locust (Melanoplus spretus), last seen in 1902. Biss’ photographs, made from up to 10,000 individual images, captures the intricate details of his subject matter, drawing attention to the importance of preserving the planet’s biodiversity. Continue reading »

Eye-Catching Surreal and Folk-Inspired Mask Sculptures by Kristen Egan

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Kristen Egan’s mixed media sculptures are a delightfully surreal sight to behold. With wood, clay, paper, acrylic paints and more, Egan creates captivating masks that are both unexpected and full of mystery. Continue reading »

Diana Beltran Herrera’s Amazing Paper Creations

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Diana Beltran is a visionary artist whose paper artistry is captivating global audiences. Her stunning creations, which feature intricate designs of birds, animals, insects and flowers, showcase the beauty of nature as well as the incredible potential of paper as a medium for art. Continue reading »

Artist Puts Famous Characters In Amusing Situations, The Outcome Is Hilarious

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PixelFaker, the Hungarian artist known for their creative and humorous movie mash-ups, is back with a new batch of film parodies. By taking characters from different motion pictures and placing them in new, unexpected scenarios, PixelFaker is able to create a fresh and entertaining take on familiar films. Continue reading »