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An Edible CAKE Library That Will Stop You in Your Tracks!

September 2, 2014 in Art, artist, Carving, Craft, Food Art

Kathy Knaus has recently been discovered for her creative capabilities with cakes. She designs everything from sugary sushi rolls to a scaled-down fashion studio, but her most exceptional work is her multi-tiered library cake. In this fabulous creation, Knaus has hand-designed the interior section of a public library. The miniature display features a tiny table, [...]


Almost Human Hyperrealistic Wood Sculptures (sort of NSFW)

September 1, 2014 in Art, artist, Carving, Sculpture

Artist Bruno Walpoth can practically turn wood into flesh. The Italian artist has a knack for creating haunting, incredibly lifelike sculptures hewn out of wood. His works somehow manage to capture the expressiveness in a person’s eyes and the body’s fleshy curves. According to Walpoth, wood basically runs in his veins. “In our valley there is a 400-year-old [...]


Polish Artist Takes Spectacular Summertime Photos of her Children

August 29, 2014 in Animals, Art, artist, People, Photography

Izabela Urbaniak is a photographer and mother of two playful boys from Lodz, Poland. Since 2012, she’s been creating a photo series called “Summertime,” which depicts holidays in the countryside (in the tiny village of Lugowiska), carefree childhood, and the joy and happiness of everyday life. These pictures represent summer without computers and TVs – only [...]


Is Street Artist Dran the French Banksy?

August 29, 2014 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Painting, Street art

French street artist Dran uses his art to comment on issues concerning contemporary society. Being donned “the French Banksy” by some, his approach to street art is similar to the English graffiti artist in tone and message. Dran utilizes his dark sense of humor to criticize modern culture, often tackling topics concerning art, creativity, and [...]


Amazingly Intricate Hand-Cut Paper Art by Maude White

August 27, 2014 in Art, artist, Carving, Craft

If you’ve ever cut a simple snowflake out of paper, you should be able to appreciate this incredibly intricate paper art by U.S.-based artist Maude White. The painstaking detail with which she cuts her beautiful illustrations out of paper is absolutely stunning. Incredibly enough, White works by hand, using a craft knife to cut tiny [...]

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500 Years of Female Portrait Paintings in 3 minutes! [VIDEO]

August 27, 2014 in Art, artist, Painting, People, Video

This is amazing: a mesmerizing 3-minute journey through 500 years of female portraits. Even if you’re no art expert, you will still appreciate the beauty of these masterpieces and get blown away by the evolution of art over the years. How many of the 90 paintings do you recognize? Watch the video first and then [...]


Winners of the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

August 26, 2014 in Art, artist, Photography

After months of seeing the stunning entries in the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, it’s finally time to announce the winners! Out of more than 18,000 entries from photographers around the world, Marko Korošec took home the grand prize for his amazing photo of a dramatic storm cloud. “It’s such a beautiful structure created [...]


Touching Photos of a Mother’s Beautiful One-Handed Daughter

August 25, 2014 in Art, artist, Kids, Photoshop

Holly Spring took up photography after her daughter had struggled early on in life with Hirschsprung’s Disease and no left hand. She wants to show her daughter that there are no limits to what she can achieve if she just believes in herself. “My daughter is my muse and my heart that inspires me to [...]


Finally, Artist Paints Female Nudes As They Really Are (a little NSFW)

August 23, 2014 in Art, artist, Painting, People

Victoria Selbach is a painter and nudes are her subject of choice. But don’t expect her artistic outpout to resemble Will Cotton’s airy pinup girls, John Currin’s luminous buxom forms or Lucian Freud’s fleshy animals. No, Selbach spares all elements of added fantasy or repulsion in her artworks, rendering her subjects, female and unclothed, as [...]


Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years

August 22, 2014 in Art, artist, Fun, Sculpture

When children let their imagination run wild, even their food can become a plaything (much to their parents’ dismay). Tanaka Tatsuya, an artist in Japan, never lost that wild imagination – he has created a playful tiny diorama every day for the past 4 years out of food and other everyday items and put them [...]

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