Artist Duo Uses Twigs And Flowers To Create Intricate Portraits Out Of Mother Nature

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Brooke and Vicki‘s introduction to art was somewhat the same, just generations apart. Vicki was inspired by her mother (Brooke’s grandmother) – a designer and photographer – whose decorating of their 1960’s ranch in the California valley was effortlessly modern and way ahead of its time. Continue reading »

Illustrator Draws On Her Self-Portraits To Create Fun, Whimsical Images

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Based in Brisbane, Australia, Lauren Carney is “a polly pocket sized artist” with “a fine appreciation of all things handmade, arty, crafty and vintage”. Not only does she create wonderful illustrations, she also has a knack for combining her drawings with her photographic self-portraits to produce delightful and whimsical images. Continue reading »

Artist Meticulously Crochets Wire To Create Anatomically Correct Heart

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In her sculpture work, Anne Mondro has created a captivating metaphor for the close-knit relationships between medical patients and their caregivers. The artist uses a crochet hook and tinned copper wire to construct realistic 3D models of the heart, representing the human pulse—both literal and physical—within the healthcare system. Continue reading »

Barista Uses Food Dye To Create Colorful Latte Art

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Instead of wasting expensive espresso, Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury practices with colored food dye to create mesmerizing latte art. Just like regular latte foam, he first steams the milk before adding food dye in. He then pours the foam into a mug to create intricate and colorful leaf patterns. You might also want to check out fantastic Lumberjack and Chameleon cakes. Continue reading »

Artist Uses Coffee Spills To Create Cute Coffee Monsters

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Little accidents and oopsies can be serendipitous sometimes. Stefan Kuhnigk is a copywriter and artist from Hamburg, Germany, who spilled a cup of coffee one day and – much in the same way that we used to see monsters in the dark when we were kids – saw a monster staring back at him from within the deepest depths of that cheerless puddle of java. The monster implored Stefan to free it, so Stefan picked up a pen and did, witlessly opening a dimensional portal for hordes of other monsters to keep coming over to our side: the Coffee Monsters have come. Continue reading »

Artist Uses His Feet To Create Gigantic ‘Game Of Thrones’ Snow Art In French Alps

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The French Alps has just got a “Game of Thrones” facelift (…no worries, Alps are still there). The British snow artist Simon Beck is gearing up for the next season of the popular show and warning people about the coming winter. Continue reading »

Clever Combinations Of Illustrations And Wood Carvings Create Extraordinary Miniature Cities

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Luke O’Sullivan uses a combination of drawings and sculptural carvings to construct wondrous urban landscapes. His extensive metropolitan pieces strike a balance between recognizable architecture and impossible structures in order to create fantastical subterranean systems. The 3-D artworks protrude into space, similar to a diorama display, but O’Sullivan purposively ensures that his miniature worlds are rooted partially in reality and partially in the absurd. Continue reading »

Agnė Kišonaitė Used 1,969 Nail Polish Bottles To Create This Work Of Art

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Lithuania-based artist Agnė Kišonaitė created this colorful piece of cosmetic art using 1,969 bottles of assorted nail polish. The project, which is titled ‘Glass Blowing’ is a large mural of a female’s face that emphasizes a set of large, red lips. Continue reading »

Benetton Uses Ethnicity Data To Create Computer-Generated ‘Models’ From Different Cities

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For decades, Benetton has been known for using models of different skin colors, ethnicities and appearances to promote diversity with its “United Colors” campaigns. But the latest campaign doesn’t use real models; instead, the Italian fashion retailer has used computer-generated faces based on data from different cities around the world. Continue reading »

Artists Create Unique Wallcut Murals In Abandoned Factory

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Nowadays we can find cool murals and other streetart almost everywhere. Some artist used paint, some use real city object and some… just use the wall itself. Expanding the creative boundaries artist collective HAD opened their first exhibition WALLS, bringing new forms of street art to Bosnia. Using wallcut technique they are penetrating the walls to open their structure and give them new life. By this reconstruction they are creating something new, giving a purpose to walls that have been neglected for decades. Their new projects are outdoors, working on walls in city centers but as they say – abandon industrial spaces will always be their preference. Continue reading »

Digital Artist Remixes Famous Faces To Create Seamless Celebrity Hybrids

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What began as a playful premise in 2002 has developed into an internet sensation for digital artist @gesichtermix, who remixes some of the world’s most famous faces into hybrid celebrity portraits. The digital artist seamlessly brings together two photographs of different actors, singers and political figures, and merges them into a single composite being. Continue reading »

Photographer Merges Hundreds Of Images To Create A Chaotic Over-Populated World

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With many experts predicting that the world population will hit 11 billion by 2100, Boston-based photographer Pelle Cass‘s fascinating series Selected People might be a stark warning of what’s to come. Continue reading »

Create Your Own Hobbit Hole With The Cosy Green Magic Homes That Can Be Adapted To Your Needs

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For those who have dreamed of living in their own snug hobbit hole, they don’t need to travel to Middle Earth to make the dream a reality. Instead of getting out the shovel and building your own habitable hole in the hillside, you can now simply order a ready-made one and tailor it to your exact specification as a year-round home or a place to retreat for a holiday. Similar to their movie counterparts, the tiny eco-friendly houses by Green Magic Homes are similarly designed to exist under layer of grass and soil – perfect for growing vegetables and feeling at one with nature – and come with pools or hot tubs. Continue reading »

Couple Announces Pregnancy Using Mom’s Body to Create Some Attractive ‘Live’ Scenes

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Simon Schaffrath and his girlfriend Saskia Repp from Frankfurt, Germany are expecting their first child (already named Theodore) in November, and to announce their good news, they decided on an unconventional method, allowing the whole family to get involved. Continue reading »

This Man Spent 25 Years To Create The ”World Map” On The Banks Of Lake Klejtrup, Denmark

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Photo credit: Frank Vincentz / Wikimedia

The World Map on the banks of the Lake Klejtrup in Denmark is a 4,000-square-meter walkable map of the world built out of soil, stones and grass. It’s the work of only one man — Søren Poulsen, who spent the last 25 years of his life building it. Continue reading »

This Artist Walks All Day To Create Massive Dragon Mural In Snowy Siberia

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Map orienter turned professional snowshoe artist, Simon Beck has once again created a spectacular display of large-scale snow art, this time in Yakutsk, Siberia. This colossal snow dragon was made for a film still in production called Drakony. Using raquettes (snowshoes), Beck spends hours trudging through the snow to build up fantastic icy designs. Continue reading »

Artist Uses Cardboard to Create Full-Scale Replica of Her Grandfather’s 1979 Lincoln Continental

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Artist Shannon Goff constructed her Miles to Empty exhibition so that she could pay homage to a quintessential American car that also serves as a personal memory of her grandfather. Using cardboard as her medium, Goff recreated the special edition 1979 Lincoln Continental, which features an impressively detailed interior. Continue reading »

Workers Of The Small Workshop In Nicaragua Create Beautiful And Scary Masks

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A child wearing a mask poses for a photo in the indigenous community of Monimbo in Masaya, Nicaragua, October 16, 2015. People prepare to participate in the popular annual festival called “The Aguizotes” held on the last Friday of October, where residents dress up as characters from legends and folklore mythology of Nicaragua. (Photo by Oswaldo Rivas/Reuters)
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Chinese Farmers Create Stunning Map of China from the Rice Plants

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An aerial view shows rice plants in the shape of the map of China in a paddy field in Zhonghong village, on the outskirts of Shanghai, China, October 13, 2015. (Photo by Reuters/China Daily) Continue reading »

Artist Duo STALLMAN Create ‘Canvas On Edge’ Collection

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Artists Stephen Stum and Jason Hallman of STALLMAN, work together to create their “Canvas on Edge” collection. Continue reading »

Designers Create a Wall for Carlsberg from 160 Laser Cut Pieces of Wood

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Creative agency Wonderland, have designed an organically shaped wooden wall, displaying the Carlsberg logo, for the bar at the Hall of Carlsberg in Copenhagen. Continue reading »

Artist Uses Recycled Off-Cuts Of Wood To Create An Architectural Sculpture

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Russian artist, Nikolay Polissky, has recently completed the SELPO Pavilion, located in Nikola-Lenivets Park, which contains 28 permanent art works. Continue reading »

French Designers Create A Tiny Bathroom In A Box

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Bathroom design company Line Art, has created La Cabine for French company, La Fonction. Continue reading »

Talented Woman Sena Runa Quits Her HR Job To Create Amazing Paper Art

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It can be terrifying to leave the security of a salaried job to pursue your passion, but this is precisely what Turkish artist Sena Runa did earlier this year. The former HR specialist now does paper quilling full time. Runa has the following advice for those yearning to do the same: Continue reading »

This Artist Uses Leftover Coffee To Create Beautiful Artworks

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Painting with coffee and creating other food-based art is all the rage right now. Occasionally, though, someone comes along and ups the ante a bit, pushing the trend even further. One such artist is Ghidaq al-Nizar, who creates magical little scenes using the remnants of his morning brew. Continue reading »