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Punny Pixels Bring Out The Visual Side of The Pun

Puns are to internet humor as cats are to the internet: they’re everywhere and everybody loves them. And the Punny Pixels Tumblr is trying to make them into a more visual medium by posting punny combinations of images and puns on both Instagram and Twitter.

Traditional Japanese Carvings And Guitars Unite To Create The Most Metal Music Instruments Ever

Wood carvings and wooden guitars aren't a common pairing, but Japan doesn't care about that. Inamichoukoku - the Inami Wood Carving Collective - has turned its traditional wood-craft skills to the production of guitars.

The Protectors Of Iceland: Fantasy Creatures Inspired by Icelandic Myths

Norse sagas and metal music go together like cheese and pizza. Asgeir Jon Asgeirsson’s paintings, done as metal album illustrations for Icelandic metal band Skálmöld's “Með Vættum,” are perfect proof.

UK Artist Duo Create Cubist Tattoos Inspired By Clients’ Stories

Expanded Eye, an artist duo consisting of Jade Tomlinson and Kev James, “inspired by life, the universe and beyond,“ creates cubist tattoos and individualizing them for each client.

18 Snow Sculptures Show There’s More To Winter Than Shoveling And Complaining

When Anna from Frozen sang “Do you want to build a snow man?,” these are the people that lept out of their seats with an excited "Yes!" While they aren't “professionals”, their sculptures still look pretty fantastic. Here are some of their best amateur snow creations.

Artist Spends A Year In the Woods Making Magical Sculptures Out Of Natural Materials

Man often bends nature to his will to make something great, but Spencer Byles wanted to actually work together with nature. That's why he spent a year making sculptures in unmanaged forests in France.

Japanese Artist Turns Wood Into Twelve-Faced Girl And Other Weird Sculptures

Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki has shared a series of photos that give us an unexpected look into the creative process behind his wonderfully bizarre wooden sculptures.

How Would Disney Princesses Look With Realistic Hair?

Illustrator Loryn Brantz reimagined Disney princesses with realistic hair and see how well would they look in humid weather or after waking up. The princesses do not lose much of their charm even with their bad hair days, although they sure look easier to relate to for the young girls that love them so much....

Spanish Artist Creates Delicate Pressed Flower Sculptures From The Most Famous European Gardens

Ignacio Canales Aracil collects flowers from the most famous gardens in Europe and weaves them into specially-molded forms to make beautiful sculptures.

New Fashion For Men: Funky Shorts Crocheted From Recycled Vintage Blankets

If you think that crochet art is outdated, think again - or tell it to Schuyler Ellers. As the person behind Lord von Schmitt, a shop on Etsy, he creates vividly colorful shorts, pants, and capris out of recycled materials, giving them a priceless vintage look. He couldn’t stress enough that the groovy designs are...

Iconic Symbols Of Famous People Inserted Into Their Names By Patrik Svensson

People are famous, but their signatures usually aren't. Patric Svensson, a Swedish illustrator, aims to fix that by combining famous people's names with icons of their fame.

Mermaid On Starbucks Coffee Sleeves Turned Into Popular Characters

Art can be done anytime and anywhere. Take, for example, @Sleevebucks, an Instagram (and tumbr) about movie and pop-culture characters drawn on the sleeves that come with cups of Starbucks coffee.