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Surprisingly Realistic Banana Peel Art!

November 22, 2014 in Art, artist, Food Art

We’re not sure when it started happening, but all of a sudden, banana-skin art is all the rage. Instead of using a brush, pencil or pen, artists work with pins to create amazingly create illustration on the outside peel. Honey, a graphic artist and illustrator, uses a safety pin and makes small punctures in the skin. As the punctured [...]


The Most Spectacularly Creative Rings Ever

November 21, 2014 in Art, artist, Craft

The right ring on your finger can make you feel like a regal king or a beloved queen. What modern rings have lost in symbolic significance they’ve gained in creativity of design and craftsmanship – and the rings in this list are some of the best of the best. Under each of the rings we’ve [...]


Say Hi to Zeus: The Rescued Blind Owl With Stars In His Eyes

November 21, 2014 in Animals, Art, artist

One morning, someone in Southern California found an injured owl on their porch. It turned out to be a blind Western Screech Owl with eyes that look like a starry night. After a visit to the vet, the owl found a new permanent home at the Wildlife Learning Center in Sylmar, California. He was named [...]


Miner Spends His Breaks Taking Photos of Foxes In The Arctic Circle

November 20, 2014 in Animals, Art, artist, Photography

Russia’s remote north-eastern Chukotka region is an inhospitable arctic tundra, but even in this brutal landscape, Russian photographer Ivan Kislov can find beautiful signs of life among the foxes that live and hunt here in the wild. Kislov, who lives in the north-eastern port city of Magadan, works in Chukotka as a mining engineer. When [...]

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Amazing Time Lapse Footage of Jim Thalassoudis Painting “The Skipping Girl” [VIDEO]

November 20, 2014 in Art, artist, Film, Painting

We’ve previously written about Jim Thalassoudis (see HERE and HERE), and continue to be amazed by this talented Australian artist. When we last wrote about Jim (see HERE), he had just completed a project with APositive where he brought his Skipping Girl painting to life using augmented reality. “Little Audrey: The Skipping Girl” is also the subject of [...]


Lip Drawings That Are Not What They Seem by Christo Dagorov

November 19, 2014 in Art, artist, Drawing

Switzerland-based illustrator and artist Christo Dagorov has created this unusual series of pencil drawings that transform the texture of lips into trees, the aerial layout of a city, and even other human forms. You can see more of his work here. What do you think of these luscious lips? We love them! And don’t forget, if you’re looking for a [...]


Paintings Created with Bicycle Tire Tracks by Thomas Yang

November 18, 2014 in Architecture, Art, artist, Painting

Artist Thomas Yang creates some of the most unique artworks using a medium that might seem strange to some… bicycle tire treads! Yang has explored landmarks around the world that merge his passion for cycling and architecture including depictions of the Eiffel Tower, the Tower Bridge, China’s Forbidden City, and the Empire State Building. While it [...]


Spectacular Paper Sculptures That Appear and Disappear from Different Angles

November 16, 2014 in Art, artist, Sculpture

Korean artist Ho Yoon Shin creates delicate paper sculptures that appear to alternately solidify and disappear when viewed from certain angles. Made from hand-cut, urethane-coated strips of paper joined together with paper joints, the intricate sculptures display amazing strength and fragility, with a fluid opacity that changes dynamically according to perspective. Busts and figures fade [...]


Photos of People Awestruck by the Beauty of Nature

November 14, 2014 in Art, artist, Nature, Photography

Nature has a way of making our problems feel small and insignificant, an incredible view can change our whole perspective on life. While in Moab, Utah for a March photo shoot adventure, photographer Jerry Patterson captured a shot of the Milky Way through the arches of beautiful sandstone monuments (above). He calls the photo Stargazing Through [...]


Glowing Bicycle Path In Netherlands Inspired By Van Gogh’s Starry Night

November 14, 2014 in Architecture, Art, artist

Dutch artist and designer Daan Roosegaarde has created a beautiful and innovative glowing bike path that, when illuminated at night by glowing pebbles and LEDs, looks like Van Gogh’s famous Starry Night painting. The kilometer-long bike path, which was created using both glow-in-the-dark technology and solar-powered LEDs, is located in Brabant, the Dutch county where [...]

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