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Illustrations Reveal How Animals Feel By Switching Them With Humans

April 30, 2016 in Animals, Art, Drawing, Illustration, Nature

Recently, a number of illustrators got together to show us what life would be like if animals were switched with humans. The results are powerful, and some are quite moving. We’ll let you make your own mind up about each image. And don’t forget, if you’re looking for a piece of original art to hang on […]


India Tricks Motorists by Using 3D Road Markings to Slow Traffic

April 28, 2016 in Art, artist, Street art

Governments around the world spend millions upon millions of dollars trying to come up with the latest technology to help save lives on our roads. India, however, are proposing a far cheaper, ingenious method by using 3D paintings on their roads to give the optical illusion that there are speed humps or breakers up ahead to slow […]


Kids Draw the Darndest Things…

February 26, 2016 in Art, artist, Children, Drawing, Kids

As the saying goes, children say the darndest things. What this blog will show you, however, is that kids also draw the darndest things! The images speak for themselves really. The coloring books of kids on full display. We love them! [ABOVE]#1 Little Girl Drew A Picture Of Her Mom At Work. The Mother Is […]


These Dog Earbuds Will Make You Look Like a Long Sausage Dog!

February 24, 2016 in Animals, Art, Design

We’re constantly amazed by the sheer creativity of those around us. Of course it helps when that creativity is combined with some serious cuteness, like these ear buds created by Japanese designer Mao Yamamoto. When each earbud is placed in your ear, it gives the effect of a long bodied dachshunds going in one ear and coming […]

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Artist Creates 20 Illustrations on 20 Different Drugs to See What Would Happen

February 23, 2016 in Art, artist, Color, Colour, Digital Art

We’ve seen this concept a few times now (see HERE and HERE), but the results are nonetheless interesting. On this occasion, graphic designer Brian Pollett the “Pixel-Pusha” dosed himself up on a new drug every day for twenty days and created a work of art. According to Brian, he “wanted to create opportunities to educate, whether related to […]


National Geographic Releases Spectacular Unpublished Pictures From Their Archives

February 20, 2016 in Art, artist, People, Photography

The National Geographic developed the “Found” archive in 2013 to celebrate its 125th year.  This archive contains rare and unpublished photos that for one reason or another never originally made it to print. When you look through our favorites from the Found archive below, you’ll be glad that NatGeo kept them somewhere and didn’t just dispose […]

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Animation Perfectly Comments On Our Warped Standards of the Female Body

February 19, 2016 in Art, artist, Body Art, Digital Art, Makeup, People

It takes great lengths for a woman to meet today’s unattainable beauty standards. You need to work. Shave it, brush it, lift it, tuck it. Some things need to be smaller, the others — bigger. And all for that glorious moment when somebody says you are beautiful, feminine, divine. But is it worth it? French […]


Cycling Artist Rides His Bike to Create GPS Doodles

February 18, 2016 in Art, artist, Drawing, Fun

Artist Stephen Lund used to just use his bike to get from A to B. Now, with the help of the program Strava, a popular GPS program used by runners and cyclists to track their workouts, Lund creates “GPS Doodles” as well! Lund pedals an average of 70 kilometres in a single day for each design, […]


Misty Copeland Recreates the Paintings of Edgar Degas

February 16, 2016 in Art, artist, Dance

Ballerina Misty Copeland has captivated thousands of people with her graceful moves as the principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre. In her most recent project, and in anticipation of the latest Edgar Degas exhibition at the New York Museum of Modern Art, she has teamed with the NYC Dance Project to recreate some of […]


Art Institute of Chicago Recreates van Gogh’s Bedroom and Puts it on Airbnb

February 11, 2016 in Art, artist, Design, Painting

It’s one of the most familiar bedrooms in the world of art, if not the most well known bedroom full stop. “Bedroom in Arles” was painted by Vincent van Gogh in 1888. And for the first time in North America, all three version of this famous painting will be displayed in the same exhibition Chicago. To celebrate the […]


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