Wax Sculpture Of Sleeping Woman Doubles As Candle

Belgian fashion design firm A. F. Vandevorst created this wax sculpture of a sleeping woman that doubles as a most unsettling candle. The sculpture was displayed at the 2011 Arnhem Mode Biennale.

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“Weird Faces”: An Algorithm Based Project That Creates An Infinite Collection Of Fun Looking Sketched Faces

Computer generated images have a certain aesthetics to them that make them immediately recognizable as such by the trained eye. Weird Faces is an attempt to combine my old interest in illustration with programing, to create something procedural that has a truly individual artistic touch to it and is not instantly recognizable as a generative art piece. Even though, the faces look hand-drawn, they are entirely expressed by algorithmic rules. Each face is random, each face is unique. Still, they look similar to my actual hand drawn faces.

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“Dreams Of Sensuality”: Beautiful Art Nude Photography By Dani Fehr

“Swiss photographer Dani Fehr, better known by the moniker, ArtofDan, has earned himself a legion of fans over recent years. His nudes on display at websites such as Met-Art.com and Michelle7.com. Struck an immediate chord and with viewers, given their vibrant energy, superb clarity, and spectacular lighting … not to mention the extraordinarily beautiful, youthful models he works with.

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Stroyboard Artist Marty Cooper Inserts Cartoons Into Real-World Situations

Stroyboard artist Marty Cooper has come up with a fun and clever way to augment and play with his surroundings. By drawing cartoon characters on transparent sheets of plastic, he can insert them into real-life situations around him and make his characters come to life.

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Japanese Student Creates Superhero Figures Out Of Insect Shells

A student in Osaka, Japan who goes by the name ride_hero on Twitter has posted several photos of his highly disturbing, yet really cool superhero action figures. He makes these figures from scratch using shells from dead insects mainly cicadas and crabs. It looks rather creepy at first glance but it definitely is an interesting piece of art!

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How People With Bad Eyesight See The World When They Take Off Their Glasses

Have you ever wondered how people with specific eye errors see the world? Philip Barlow, a Cape Town-based artist, has created a series of paintings that vividly shows the struggle of those who have myopia or nearsightedness, the most common refractive error of the eye.

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Gorgeous NSFW Female Portraits By The Russian Photographer Marat Safin

Marvelous portraits by Marat Safin (previously), talented self-taught photographer and retoucher currently based in Moscow, Russia. Marat focuses on portraiture, he shoots gorgeous fashion, lifestyle and beauty portrait photography. His images feature female subjects with a calm and contemplative expression.

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Designer 3D Prints Famous Logos Into Items You Can Use Everyday

Japanese designer Taku Omura has come up with an amusing project in which he 3D prints famous brand logos into everyday items you can use at home or office.

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Nike Transforms West Side Church In Chicago Into Basketball Facility

A former church has gotten a new lease on life – as a basketball facility. The Church of the Epiphany in the 200 block of South Ashland Avenue was built in 1855, but closed and desanctified in 2011 because of dwindling membership. Earlier in 2018, Nike took over the building and turned it into a world-class basketball facility.

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Stunning Socialist-Era Architecture: The Brutalism Of Zagreb, Croatia

Exploring Communist-era or Socialist-era architecture isn’t on the standard bucket list of most European tourists. The historic old-worldliness of European cities is legendary, indeed, most tourists crave a labyrinth of winding cobble-stoned streets, lined with richly decorated centuries-old buildings – the typical scenes in the “old town” at the heart of most European cities. However, there is a often a much more brutal, and somewhat unknown side to these same locations.

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Breathtaking Photos Of Australian Drought From Above

From ground level, Australia’s drought looks like a featureless, brown dust bowl, but from the air it transforms into artistry of color and texture as the land cracks under a blazing sun. Circular dry plow tracks resemble the concentric circles in Aboriginal dot paintings that tell of an ancient mythology; starving cattle lining up for feed look like an abstract painting; and their black shadows stretching across the land create a surrealistic image. The worst drought in living memory is sweeping parts of eastern Australia, leaving farmers struggling to cope and many of them asking questions about the future.


A windmill and solar panels stand next to a dam in a drought-effected paddock on farmer Scott Cooper’s property named South Park located east of the town of Gunnedah, in New South Wales, Australia, July 21, 2018. (Photo by David Gray/Reuters)

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Behold The Spectacular Starlit Skies With Photographer Grey Chow

Grey Chow is a Malaysian photographer based in Kuala Lumpur and while his extensive portfolio of nature, architectural and landscape work is impressive, his images of starlit skies are absolutely spectacular.

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Artist Maimouna Guerresi Photographs ‘Aisha In Wonderland’

The Italian-Senegalese artist Maïmouna Guerresi designs the colorful robes in her mystical portraits, fashioning each look from textiles she has collected while traveling through Africa and Asia. Her latest exhibition reimagines the story of Alice in Wonderland through the eyes of an African Muslim woman, Aisha, in a series of sculptures and photographs. Her work examines the human body and spirituality across cultures.

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Awkward Vintage Japanese Movie Monsters

The kaiju eiga (literally “monster movie” in Japanese) was born in 1954 with Ishiro Honda’s landmark masterpiece Godzilla. Its immense international success spawned a chain of sequels, numerous imitators, more than a few rip-offs, and a slew of strange, bizarre cinematic creatures arising to threaten the existence of humankind.

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Twitter Users Recreate Famous Paintings With Sandwiches


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Recently German Twitter users started to make sandwiches that look like paintings of famous artists. The action was initiated by blogger Marie Sophie Hingst who introduced hashtag #KunstGeschichteAlsBrotbelag. Other Twitter users happily took up the idea. Scroll down to see the best examples.

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