Asian Drivers Are Using Terrifying Reflective Decals On Rear Windows To Fight Against High-Beam Users

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Some Chinese drivers are declaring war on tailgating vehicles with their high-beams on. The newest weapons in this road conflict are freakishly scary reflective decals, that are only visible when the driver behind activates his blinding headlamps. Continue reading »

This Organiser Will Reveal A Collection Of The Most Frequent Searches Made Using The Google Search

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For each week of 2017, this personal organiser will reveal a collection of some of the most frequent searches made using the world’s most popular search engine. Often silly or surprising, these searches offer insight into other people’s lives, reflecting the concerns of our society. Continue reading »

Artist Transforms Herself Into Different Characters Using Only Makeup

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Although you would be correct in assuming she made a pact with the many-faced god and that she has no name, her real identity is Florea Flavia, a Bucharest-based makeup artist. She does these amazing transformations using nothing but makeup. She spends at least a couple of hours on each piece and the results are stunning. She draws her inspiration from comic books, anime, video-games and anything in between. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Impressive Paintings By Using His Boxing Gloves

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Photo by Antonio Calanni/AP Photo

When he creates art work, Omar Hassan doesn’t get out paint brushes. He gets out his boxing gloves. Hassan, a 29-year-old artist and boxer, has combined his two passions, with the goal to bring the disciplines closer. Hassan, born in Milan to an Italian mother and Egyptian father, creates the works by dipping his glove in paint, and punching the canvas stretched over cardboard to keep it from breaking. He calls the series “Breaking Through Milano.” His paintings sell from 8,000 to 40,000 euros, which he calls “a great satisfaction, but not the goal”. Continue reading »

Using Digital Editing, Designer Places Manhattan Buildings In Desolate Landscapes

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United Nations headquarters (Photo by Anton Repponen/The Guardian)

Using digital editing, designer Anton Repponen places Manhattan buildings in desolate landscapes, “inviting viewers to see them as if for the first time”. Continue reading »

Thinner Beauty Is Using Photoshop To “Help” Plus-Size Women Lose Weight

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Thinner Beauty endeavors to “help” plus-size women lose weight. It does this by offering Photoshopped images of what they could look like if they were thinner. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Impressive Portraits Using The Humble Kitchen Salt

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Norway-based Croatian tattoo artist Dino Tomic creates beautiful drawings on large canvasses with salt, only to erase his works that takes hours, sometimes days to bring to life. Continue reading »

An Artist Has Created A Series Using Professional Make Up That Would React To The UV Light Of A Black Light

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According to an artist Adriano Rodrigues: “For my final project for Photography, I created a series using professional make up that would react to the UV light of a black light. First off, I want to thank Sarah Luke for her patience as a model and Breeanna Nichols for her stellar work at applying professional grade make up on Sarah. This and formost was a group effort, we simply intended to make something that capured our imaginations and to shake up the concrete “boring” world. This was a one day process, took roughly 7 hours to create and photograph and an additional 6 hours of editing images. Nikon D600 was the DSLR used for this project and Adobe Photoshop.” Continue reading »

Malaysian Artist ‘Red’ Hong Yi Creates Jackie Chan Portrait Using Thousands Chopsticks

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Hong Yi, also known by her nickname, ‘Red’, is an artist known for creating pieces using everyday, unconventional materials. After graduating with Master in Architecture from the University of Melbourne, Red moved to Shanghai for a career in architecture. She fell in love with the city’s chaotic charm, once home to her father and grandparents. Inspired by her surroundings and the range of affordable materials available from wholesale markets, it was here Red completed her first unconventional work, a portrait of Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei made entirely out of sunflower seeds. Continue reading »

3-Year-Old Little Girl Creates Paintings Of Galaxies Using Paint, Glitter And A Fork

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Cassandra Gee is a 3-year-old little artist. She loves going to the beach, elephants, fairies and painting. On canvas she uses acrylic paint and manipulates it with a fork or a skewer, and then adds a touch of glitter (toddlers and glitter… need we say more?). And her paintings look like real galaxies! Continue reading »

An Artist Creates Colorful And Magical Illustrations, Using Natural Materials Only

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According to artist Haleli Jabotinsky: “My name is Haleli Jabotinsky, and I’m a content manager from Israel. In my day job I create beauty using words, but when I get home I create it using sticks, leafs and flower petals.” Continue reading »

Artist Paints Elaborately Colorful Scenes Using Only Her Fingers

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Brooklyn-based artist Iris Scott paints without a brush so she can creatively utilize her unique style of textural Impressionism. When discussing her playful finger paintings, Scott states, “There’s nothing between me and the paint—I feel all the tiny nuances. I can manipulate thick paint with my fingers in ways brushes never could.” Continue reading »

10 Famous Movie Titles Written Using Negative Space

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In a world already full of negativity, two junior advertisers have found some space in a personal project. As you would expect out of any personal work, Eduard Cîrstea and Luca Costea managed to find a pleasant subject they were both keen on: feature films. Starting from this, they let their imagination run loose. Continue reading »

Fascinating Street Art in France Using 30,000 Origamis

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Check out these colorful street art installations composed of 30,000 origami pieces created by French artist Mademoiselle Maurice with the help of hundreds of volunteers. As part of Maurice’s participation in the 2013 ARTAQ Festival in Angers, France, they created a rainbow portrait along the banks of the Maine river and colored the pathway leading to the Montée St-Maurice Cathedral. Continue reading »

A Photographer Is Using A Unique Method To Show The Shift From Day To Night Across Famous Cities In Spectacular Images

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Daniel Marker-Moore ‘s take on time-lapse photography – which he calls time slice – sees the photographer snap image after image, before combining them to create beautiful, vibrant works. His images usually focus on a point in the day with the most dramatic change in light, such as sunrise or sunset. Marker-Moors, from Los Angeles, begins by shooting hundreds and sometimes thousands of images from the same spot. Continue reading »