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    Exploring the left-brain, right-brain dominance theory with artist Gregoire Meyer

    Digital artist and photographer Gregoire Meyer’s latest work – Shattered – explores the left-brain, right-brain dominance theory.  According to the theory, each side of the brain controls different types of thinking. Additionally, people are said to prefer one type of thinking over the other. For example, a person who is “left-brained” is often said to...
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    Photorealistic Artist CJ Hendry Draws 50 Foods in 50 Days

    Starting in February, Brisbane artist CJ Hendry embarked on an ambitious drawing project, the creation of 50 food drawings in 50 days, with a new piece posted to Instagram every 24 hours. Each black pen drawing of a photorealistic food set against the backdrop of an ornate French plate is rendered with a stunning grasp of...
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    Canadian Photographer Captures Wanderlust In Magnificent Landscapes

    Elizabeth Gadd is a self-taught 21-year-old photographer from Vancouver, Canada. Her signature style is to photograph wanderers and adventurers in magnificent landscapes. Having been raised in scenic surroundings with mountains, forests and fields, she loves to wander and explore. Eventually, she started taking her camera with her. Sometimes, she takes her two dogs with her...
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    Jaw Dropping Mother of Pearl Shell Skull Carvings!

    Born and raised in the Philippines, New Jersey-based artist Gregory Halili is deeply influenced by the vegetation and wildlife he experienced as a child. His latest series of work involves a fusion of the human form with the natural world in these amazing bas-relief shell skulls. Halili carves and then paints with oil on raw, gold-lip and...
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    Photographer Creates Series of Hilariously Adorable Goldendoodles

    What happens when you mix the good-natured personality of a golden retriever and the luscious curls of a poodle? You get a goldendoodle! This adorable mix is a relatively new designer breed, first introduced to America in the 1990s. As a mix they are not officially registered as a breed of their own, but as...
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    Wow! A 1,000-Piece CMYK Color Gamut Jigsaw Puzzle

    This 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle contains exactly 1,000 different colors arranged in the form of a CMYK gamut and is guaranteed to drive you insane. The creator of the 1,000 Colors puzzle, Clemens Habicht, suggests the puzzle is actually easier than traditional image-based puzzles. When faced with a field of color, he says the placement of every...
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    Artist Draws Naughty Illustrations Over Photos of Her Own Body

    The mysterious artist weisstub seems to have built her entire artistic career around Instagram as her profile doesn’t direct the user to a website or art collection. We’ve been a fan of her work for some time, entranced by her simple yet cheeky illustrations that she sketches over photos of her various body parts. Here are some...
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    Make Your Own Fidget Spinner

    The newest viral sensation around the world is the ‘fidget spinner’. We’ve had enough of seeing kids fork out their pocket money for cheap fidget spinners, so here’s how you can make your very own, DIY style. Get the kids around and have some fun! Credits: Matthew Charles (Pure Imagination) and Realmoms Instructions: Bike chain...
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    Artist Carves a Miniature Train Into a Pencil

    We admit it: we love miniatures! However when we recently came across this amazing miniature train carved into a carpenter’s pencil by Cindy Chinn, we were blown away. Here’s what Cindy told Bored Panda about here work: I’ve been seeing carved pencils online for the past few years and REALLY wanted to try my hand...
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    Stunning Photography Documents the Macro Details of Colorful Hummingbirds

    Photographer Chris Morgan loves Hummingbirds and photography.  However as Hummingbirds are notorious for flapping their wings so incredibly fast that they create an audible hum and appear as a blur of feathers right before your eyes, they can be incredibly difficult to capture using photography. Not to be deterred, during a trip to Costa Rica, the...
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    Terracotta Warrior Sculptures Glow in Sydney for Chinese New Year

    To celebrate Chinese New Year (which, this year, lies on February 19), visit Dawes Point in Sydney, Australia from February 13 to February 22 to see 90 colorful lantern sculptures that were inspired by the famous Terracotta warriors. Created by Chinese artist Xia Nan, these larger than life lanterns were made from fabric and wire....
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    What Does Your Cat or Dog Dream About? A Harvard Expert Has Some Answers

    Everyone who has a dog will be familiar with the amusing sight of their beloved pet frantically moving his or her paws around as they sleep as if chasing after an imaginary cat. But what do dogs and cats actually dream about? Given the artFido mascot is an adorable puppy, we thought it was high time we found out so we asked scientists...
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    An Art Store in Japan Lines the Walls with Every Pigment Imaginable

    Japanese company Warehouse Terrada has opened an ‘art supply laboratory’ in Tokyo — a scheme that also serves as a hub connecting manufacturers with emerging local artists. Named ‘pigment’, the store has been completed by architect Kengo Kuma, whose design comprises organic curved surfaces that closely resemble bamboo blinds. beneath the undulating ceiling, pigments are displayed along the spacious...
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    The Most Beautiful Chickens on the Planet

    Italian photographers Matteo Tranchellini and Moreno Monti have created a glamorous book of dozens of chicken portraits, photographed in a sleek, high-fashion inspired style. The photos were shot on location at the exhibition, and the photographers worked with chickens who are groomed as show birds. In 2018 Monti and Tranchellini, together with Atellani, decided to...
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    Michael D’Antuono’s Trayvon Martin Protest Piece on artFido

    UK’s ‘American’ magazine called Michael D’Antuono “one of the world’s most controversial artists.” And quite rightly so. After very successful careers in advertising and illustration, D’Antuono turned his talents to oil painting and quickly made his mark as an artist with a strong political and social agenda. With a piece he entitled “The Truth” he...