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The Coffee Poured Into This Cup Is Actually a Wooden Sculpture

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It’s hard to believe, but your eyes are playing tricks on you. The black liquid you see being poured into the cup in the photo below is actually just expertly sculpted and painted wood. Continue reading »

Superb Polygonal Paper Artworks by Ramón Ramos

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Ramón Ramos is a Spanish artist based in Canada with a strong passion for geometric paper craft. His work is inspired by old and new decorative art elements from different cultures all over the world, and through his practice he explores the possibilities of geometric volumes and challenges the viewer’s perception. Continue reading »

Sculptor Josh Gluckstein Creates Stunning Lifelike Animal Sculptures

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London-based Sculptor and Painter Josh Gluckstein creates stunning lifelike animal sculptures. Animals have always been a central theme Josh’s artwork. He recycles cardboard and other discarded materials into striking lifelike animal sculptures. Continue reading »

The Witcher 3 Fan Makes Spectacular Kaer Morhen Replica Out of LEGO

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A creative fan of The Witcher crafts a detailed version of stronghold Kaer Morhen with LEGO, which including a few humorous additions. Continue reading »

This Artist Paints On Burnt Out Lightbulbs To Repurpose Them As Christmas Tree Ornaments

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According to David Irvine: “I salvage burnt out lightbulbs and create truly one-of-a-kind festive ornaments. Scenes range from vintage, traditional, pop culture, and kitsch. The backsides I marbled with either red or green paint.” Continue reading »

Artist Creates Incredibly Detailed Pumpkins With References To Pop-Culture, Movies and Celebrities

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Joey Edwards, also known as Edwards Pumpkins, is a Portland-based artist who focuses on painting lifelike portraits on intriguing canvases. Edwards displays his talent by carving beautiful representations of various fictional characters and well-known figures out of pumpkins. Continue reading »

LEGO Introduces Eiffel Tower, The Tallest Set Yet!

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Embodying the famous landmark’s height and standout architecture, this towering LEGO set reaches a magnificent 149cm / 58inches / 4.8ft tall once built, making it the ultimate statement in brick form. Continue reading »

Microsoft Presents Windows Ugly Sweater: Clippy Edition

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Who knew a paperclip could be so cozy? Cozy up at your next holiday sweater party with this one-of-a-kind Clippy sweater and support the College Success Foundation as they assist underserved, low-income students to access and succeed in college. Continue reading »

Krapp Strapp Will Help You Poo In Nature Hands-Free

There’s really nothing quite like a good crap in the woods… You’re not staring at your phone while playing a game, or reading the back of the shampoo bottle to pass the time. There’s just leaning against a tree and taking the sights, sounds, and smells of nature! Well, now you won’t have to lean against hard, rough tree to take that nature poo, as someone has invented this ingenious strap.

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It’s called the Crap Strap, or Krapp Strapp as so they’ve named it. It’s essentially a giant fanny pack, except the strap is about 10 times larger than usual and allows you to strap yourself to the tree to lean back and take a care-free poo or pee without messing up your trousers or your shoes. Continue reading »

Alchemy in Skid Row: Wonderful Public Art and Installations by S.C. Mero

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S.C. Mero is an American public artist and self-described ‘alchemist’ who brightens up city streets with fun and colorful installations. Her artworks are often interactive, encouraging passersby to stop and enjoy the moment. Continue reading »

Inflatables: A Collection of Beautiful Glass Objects Made by Matthew Szösz

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The Inflatables series is a collection of glass objects made by Matthew Szösz in which the artist and designer presents an innovative technique of working with glass. Continue reading »

Fiber Artist Creates Large Woven Wall Hangings and Installations

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Based in Oakland, California, fiber artist Meghan Shimek creates large scale woven wall hangings and sculptures. Her engaging work is ethereal, whimsical and delicate, but rooted in the warm, earthy materials she uses. Exploring organic movement, Shimek’s weaving style allows the fibers to fall into an indeterminate pattern that reveals the beauty and vulnerability of her materials. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Ephemeral Large-Scale Art Installations that Aim to Reimagine Historical Buildings and Remote Landscapes

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UK-based environmental artist Steve Messam’s works seek to explore and uncover the layers of narrative within the rural environment, frequently drawing on existing uses of the land and reflecting an understanding of the geological, cultural and agricultural practices already being used to shape the landscape. Continue reading »

These Students Understood The Assignment When Their Teacher Asked Them To Make Hats To Prevent Them From Cheating During Their Exams

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The biggest enemy of every teacher isn’t the tardy student, the loud knucklehead, or the stale apple, but rather the act of dishonesty and unfairness in order to gain an advantage, otherwise known as cheating. They try everything in their capacity to stop this heinous crime from happening, and one teacher takes the cake for creativity. Continue reading »

Gorgeous Ceramic Sculptures, Installations and Acessories by Elena Salmistraro

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Milan-based artist and designer Elena Salmistraro crafts exquisite ceramic pieces, including these limited edition sculptures of Mickey and Minnie Mouse, produced for Disney and Bosa, a leading producer of ceramic objects and accessories. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Incredible Papercut Art Series Inspired By M.C. Escher

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Parth Kothekar, an artist based in Ahmedabad, India, is popular for his amazingly detailed papercuts. His recent papercut series are inspired by M.C. Escher’s optical illusions. The mathematical precision of geometric shapes and lines in his works is extremely remarkable. Continue reading »

Beautiful Psychedelic Clay Sculptures Created By Carol Long

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Carol Long, a Kansas-based artist, creates colorful clay sculptures by drawing influence from plant and animal life. In a note to DeMilked, the artist revealed that she has worked in clay for almost 40 years and has been pursuing her current body of work for over 12 years now. Continue reading »

Otherwordly Sci-Fi Sculptures by Gábor Borbély

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Hungarian artist Gábor Borbély creates abstract sculptures that look like alien technology or structures straight out of a sci-fi film. Continue reading »

Artist Duo Creates Avant-Garde Works “Painted” Only By Crossing Sewing Thread

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According to an artists: “There are two of us behind the name VistulArt – Dagmara and Dariusz, working together, avant-garde self-taught artists from Warsaw, Poland. As an artistic duo, we create unconventional works “painted” only with sewing thread. It is also no secret that offstage, in private life we’re a couple too. Art was actually one of the things that brought us to each other over 14 years ago and got us where we’re now. Continue reading »

The Superb Malleable Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo

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Beijing-based artist Li Hongbo uses thousands of sheets of paper to create each one of these mind-boggling flexible sculptures that expand, contract, bend and twist in different directions. Continue reading »

French Artist Jean Jullien Creates Playful Sculptural Pieces and Artworks with A Comical and Cartoony Style

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Originally from Nantes, Jean completed a graphic design degree in Quimper before moving to London. He has since graduated from Central Saint Martins (2008) and from the Royal College of Art (2010). Continue reading »

Handcrafted Artful Embroideries of Everyday Products by Alicja Kozłowska

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Polish artist Alicja Kozłowska has always been addicted to handicrafts. “From an early age I experimented with fabric; learning and testing techniques such as crochet and patchwork.” Continue reading »

The Future of Shoe Fashion Shown by Designers From Florence

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Florence-based brand AVAVAV has unveiled its vision of the future or what we might want to wear in the years to come. Controversial to some and adored by others, the collection featuring four-toed monster shoes and boots is more than meets the eye. Continue reading »

Self-Taught Artist Uses a Unique, Personalized Art Technique of Embroidery on Tulle Fabrics

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Self-taught artist and designer Kate Marchenko uses a unique, personalized art technique of embroidery on tulle fabrics. Based in Moscow, Kate takes on both elaborate patterns and portraits in 3D form. Continue reading »

Before Pumpkins, the Irish Carved Jack-O’-Lanterns From Turnips and Potatoes

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The jack-o’-lantern tradition dates back centuries, when people in Ireland decorated turnips, beets, and potatoes to frighten away a mythical character named Stingy Jack. Irish immigrants brought the tradition to America, home of the pumpkin, and the popular fruit became an integral part of Halloween. Continue reading »