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A Magical Miniature World Of Snails By Vyacheslav Mishchenko

April 17, 2014 in Animals, Art, Photography

Talented Ukrainian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko has an eye for taking photos that bring small natural worlds up to our level, showing us how the world might look if we could see it through the eyes of an ant, snail or lizard. Mishchenko shoots his unwitting models in their natural habitats, but whether or not [...]


Portrait of Jackie Chan Made Out of 64,000 Chopsticks

April 16, 2014 in Art, Craft, Food Art

Whether she’s constructing innovative birds made out of flower petals or building portraits with candles or dyed flowers, artist Hong Yi, aka Red is always up to something fantastic. For her most recent project, the artist wanted to use something meaningful to celebrate actor and martial arts master Jackie Chan’s 60th birthday this year. So, she chose chopsticks—a symbol of the Chinese [...]


Mother Takes Portraits of Her 10-Month-Old Baby and Their Rescue Dog

April 14, 2014 in Animals, Art, Kids, Photography

Meet Zoey and Jasper. Lifestyle photographer Grace Chon recently turned the camera on her 10-month-old Chinese-Korean baby Jasper and their 7-year-old rescue dog Zoey, putting them side by side in the most adorable portraits you’ll see today. What led her to start a series? “I’ve always dressed up my dogs in silly costumes, so naturally when [...]

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Loretta Kasper – It’s a Statten Island Thing

April 12, 2014 in Painting

A retired professor, Loretta Kasper works from her home studio in Staten Island, New York City. After starting her artistic development painting in acrylics, and then moving on to test her skills with various other materials, she now concentrates on mixed mediums. “The person who has most influenced my present style, and in fact, who [...]


20 Magical Tree Tunnels You Should Definitely Take A Walk Through

April 12, 2014 in Art, Nature, Photography

Nature in as a whole tends to be a profoundly beautiful thing, but there are few things more magical than finding yourself under a canopy of trees in a tree tunnel on some warm summer evening. Whether they’re formed naturally, accidentally, or with a little help from some patient and talented gardeners, these tree tunnels [...]

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A Rising Star – Azalea Patricia Rodriguez

April 12, 2014 in Art, Drawing, People

We shared Azalea Patricia Rodriguez’s entry in our North American Artist Showcase and were not at all surprised that it received as many votes as it did. Her’s was a striking portrait, with depth and feeling. In intricate detail she captured the spirit of her subject and shared it with the world. And we’re glad [...]

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para l l el, An Eerie Short Film That Imagines Cities Around the World Without People

April 11, 2014 in Art, People, Video

“para l l el” is an eerie short film that depicts cities around the world devoid of people. The film was created by Claire and Maxime of Menilmonde. They explain how they made the film in this post on their website. Click on PLAY in the below video and bring on the weekend! And don’t forget, if you’re [...]


Lunchbox Dad Makes Creative Sandwiches For His Daughter’s School Lunch

April 11, 2014 in Art, Food Art, Fun, Kids

Beau Coffron, better known as Lunchbox Dad, is a dad in the San Francisco Bay area that loves to make delicious and creatively designed lunches for his daughter Abby. Much like Samantha Lee, Coffron creates bento-style lunches using various reasonably healthy food ingredients cut into all sorts of creative and colorful shapes. Characters from Narnia, Spiderman, [...]


The Recently Discovered Street Photography of Vivian Maier

April 10, 2014 in Art, People, Photography

Vivian Maier was an amazing photographer whose talents went unrecognized during her lifetime. Back in 2011, a box filled with Maier’s negatives was discovered at a local thrift auction house in Chicago. Since that time, the American street photographer has become quite the recognizable name in the history of photography. During her forty years working as [...]


Photographs of Reflected Sunsets through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright

April 9, 2014 in Art, Nature, Photography

Broken Mirror/Evening Sky is a series of images by New York photographer Bing Wright who captured the reflections of sunsets on shattered mirrors. The final prints are displayed quite large, measuring nearly 4′ across by 6′ tall, creating what I can only imagine to be the appearance of stained glass windows. The series was on view early this [...]

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