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Artist Creates Felted Wool Toys Of Pets And Their Tiny Adorable Twins

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Artist Alyson Gurney creates felted wool toys of animals and their tiny adorable twins. These tiny toys are so adorable. Many of these toys look like twins of the animals, but in mini versions. When the two stay in the same place, captured in the same pic, they can steal the heart of any, especially animal lovers. Continue reading »

Disturbing Dreams: The Superb Bizarre Art by Miles Johnston

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Miles Johnston is a British artist who paints bizarre worlds of eerie, distorted dreams. The surrealistic images that Johnston transfers to canvas are felt more by the spinal cord than by the brain – they are intuitively frightening, and for the particularly tender ones they can even trigger a panic attack of trypophobia. Continue reading »

John Wick, Batman, Mandalorian: Cool Art by Hicham Habchi

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Hicham Habchi is a Casablanca-based artist who draws comics and concept art for the notorious Riot Games (League of Legends, Valorant). Continue reading »

Vulgar, Funny, and Avant-Garde: The Crazy Covers of Toiletpaper Magazine

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Toiletpaper Magazine is an Italian art magazine founded in 2010 by artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari. There is no text in the magazine. It’s a fun photo project in which Cattelan and Ferrari mock, with maximum abstract and surreal imagery, the modern advertising in which they have worked all their lives. Continue reading »

The Fascinating World of Japanese Matchboxes – Vintage, Simple, Elegant

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A matchbox is not only useful in everyday life, but also a wonderful piece of art. Don’t you believe it? Then you should plunge into the fascinating world of Japanese matchboxes decorated with small but real works of art. Continue reading »

An Infatuated Photographer’s Pictures of Amsterdam’s People in the 1960s and 70s

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Eduard van der Elsken (10 March 1925 – 28 December 1990) was a Dutch photographer and filmmaker. Continue reading »

Luxury and Decay: Atmospheric Abandoned Ruins in Photographs by Thomas Jorion

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French photographer born in 1976, Thomas Jorion lives in Paris and travels the world to achieve his singular and timeless landscapes. Self-taught, he creates his photographs in natural light using an analogue large format 4×5 » camera. He captures places in ruins or abandoned, and allows us to rediscover and to imagine their past glory in a bygone era. Continue reading »

Creepy, Funny, and Very Strange: Eddy Stevens’ Surreal Portraits

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Eddy Stevens is a Belgian surrealist painter, the author of a series of portraits of strange people who seem to have emerged from some kind of Black Lodge. Continue reading »

This Photographer Lets Us See the Less Glamorous Side of His Polished Photos

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We look at polished Instagram photos of “perfect” people with admiration, and sometimes we may wish it could be us. It seems like they are living their best lives and it’s all because the grass is greener in life online. Continue reading »

Before-And-After Pics Reveal How Much These Beautiful Images Are Photoshopped To Look Surreal

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The photographer known as The_Nicest_Misanthrope has presented a collection of pictures in the fantasy genre. He assures us that such photos are in great demand! Seeing the original photos, we can conclude that they have come a very long way to their fairy-tale finale. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos Show Fashion Styles of Cheryl Ladd in the 1970s

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Born 1951 in Huron, South Dakota, American actress and singer Cheryl Ladd originally came to Hollywood to begin a career in music (she was known as “Cherie Moor” when she was the singing voice of Melody on Hanna-Barbera’s Josie and the Pussycats animated series, and she also sang on the 1970 album of the same name). Continue reading »

For the Record: Photography & the Art of the Album Cover

For the Record: Photography & the Art of the Album Cover celebrates the unique ‘object d’art’ that is the Album Cover and reflects upon its role in shaping and making artists – both in front of and behind the camera.

For the Record brings together over 200 album covers, highlighting the central role photography plays in defining artists and bands, and showcasing some of the most iconic album covers of our times.

Grace Jones – Nightclubbing, Island Records, 1981, by Jean-Paul Goude
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The Nightclubbing cover is regarded as one of the most iconic of album sleeves. Despite Goude and Jones’s controversial relationship, this is perhaps the most memorable image of the singer. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The 2022 Association of Photographers Awards

Project – Silver – Portrait of a Village
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‘Documenting the Ukrainian village from which my family were taken by Nazis in 1942 – I’m the first of my family to ever go back. The village has witnessed great horrors: epidemics, famines, invasions and murders. The focus was my relief to find such a welcoming and colourful place. A wonderful Ukrainian community that didn’t echo my Black Sea German ancestor’s dark history. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has turned all that on its head. I’m deeply concerned about everyone involved in the project and fear history is repeating itself.’ Photograph: Catherine Losing/c/o AOP Continue reading »

Curse of Hospitality: The Superb Fantasy Art Works of Dominik Mayer

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“My name is Dominik Mayer. I’m a German Concept Artist & Illustrator. Currently i live and work in Munich. I am working professionally for one year now. For several games and real time/virtual reality projects. Continue reading »

The Quiet Beauty of Small Towns: Superb Landscapes and Collages by Clover Robin

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Clover Robin is a British artist, crafter and designer who creates small and pretty towns. Her works most often with collages, but he doesn’t shy away from watercolors and gouache either – Robin’s paintings are charming in their simplicity and have a therapeutic effect. Continue reading »

So People Are Buying Inflatable Jesus Now…

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In today’s epizode of “Weird stuff people buy” we have Inflatable Jesus blow-up doll that people are actually buying (for some strange reason). Maybe they choosing to have Jesus in their lives in a more literal way… Continue reading »

Stressticles Stress Ball For When You’re Extra Stressed at Work

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These scrotum shaped stress balls aptly named Stressticles is a vulgar way to take out your stress at the office or at home. Simply grab the dangling balls in your hand, and whenever you feel your stress levels rising, give the balls a quick squeeze and tug. Continue reading »

Zombies, Vampires, and Goblins-Jazzmen: The Macabre Undead Illustrated by Rob Bliss

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Rob Bliss is a British artist who specializes in concept art for sci-fi films. Among his works are the concepts for Alien: Covenant, Maleficent 2, Terminator: Genesis, Godzilla and many other interesting films. And even if the above-mentioned films didn’t turn out very well somewhere, Bliss’ concepts invariably strike the imagination with their darkness, elaborateness and unique vision of the artist. Continue reading »

The Superb Oldskool Sci-Fi Art Works of Giorgio Comolo

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Giorgio Comolo is an illustrator and comic artist, based in Italy. Fans of Heavy Metal magazine, and just fans of European comics, will probably immediately recognize Comolo’s unique style – a great attention to textures, a slight carelessness in terms of realism of characters and bright colors of classic Sci-Fi comics of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Continue reading »

How To Be a Dog: Illustrated Guide

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If you have been thinking about a career change, you should consider becoming a dog. It’s a good life with many perks. We sincerely hope this guide by LastLemon will help you to achieve your life-long dream to become a dog. Last Lemon is the creative studio of Lisa Swerling & Ralph Lazar. Continue reading »

The Candy Men: Photographer Captures Candy Floss Sellers of Mumbai

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Photographer Jon Enoch has released a set of portraits featuring candy floss sellers in the Indian city of Mumbai. Continue reading »

271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Cataloged Thousands of Color Swatches in a Book From the 17th Century

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Before we had Pantone Color Guide, there was no universally recognized system to identify colors. But there were attempts to make it, and probably the most impressive one came from the artist known only as A. Boogert, who back in 1692 created an impressive piece of literature about mixing colors. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The Sony World Photography Award 2022

From migrant self-portraits to a wily vixen, this year’s prize-winning photographers cast a fresh eye on the world.

The Fox’s Tale: Milan Radisics, Hungary (1st place, Wildlife & Nature)
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Radisics says: ‘Over eight months, I spent almost every night sitting at the window of my cottage in the middle of the forest. The young vixen appears in the village after dusk, circles an hour and a half, and appears in a courtyard several times. I observed her movements and behaviour from the darkened room, and took the exposure remotely. I named her Roxy. I set the lights in advance, like in a studio, and waited for the protagonist to walk into the scene’ Continue reading »

Japanese Engineers Created a Huge Robot for Laying Railway Tracks and Performing Dangerous Work

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The Japanese railway company officially announced the development of a very impressive robot, which can be partially considered humanoid. It has a head and hands, thanks to which the latest development will allow you to lay paths and perform heavy or dangerous work without risk to humans. Continue reading »

Wacky and Colorful Illustrations by Valeriia Potaichuk

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Valeriia Potaichuk is an Ukrainian illustrator and a graphic designer currently based in Poland. She is using vivid colours and a great sense of humour to provide a tiny bit of a smile on your face. Continue reading »