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These Gorgeous Scarves Will Make You Look Like A Bird With Its Wings Spread Wide Open

Roza, the Melbourne-based creator behind the stylish “Shovava” Etsy shop, has created an original and inspiring collection of handmade scarves depicting birds with their wings spread wide.

Old Romanian Glass-Plate Photos Revitalized With Color And Digital Magic

The re-discovery of over 5,000 glass plate negatives by Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte in 2013 was a sensation. Now, Australia-based photographer Jane Long has created original artworks based on Acsinte's newly-discovered black and white photos, giving them color and a sense of magic with digital manipulation.

Creepy Monsters Drawn On Sticky Notes By John Kenn Mortensen

Danish artist John Kenn Mortensen (also known as Don Kenn) writes and directs television shows for kids, but during his free time he pays tribute to the darker, spookier side of childhood filled with monsters and ghosts.

Artist Uses Surgical Tools To Carve Books Into Stunning Works Of Art

New York-based Artist Brian Dettmer creates impressively intricate multi-layered sculptures from books. The artist calls himself the Book Surgeon because he uses knives, tweezers, and surgical tools to carve the art works out of old medical journals, illustration books, dictionaries, map books and encyclopedias.

The Best Household Object Designs To Leave Users Completely Frustrated

Athens-based architect and 3D modeller Katerina Kamprani created a series of the most unusable possible everyday objects, appropriately titled “The Uncomfortable.” At first glance, it seems that there might be some way to make use of these common things, but however you look at them, they remain completely useless, even...

Stunning Photographs Of Wild Animals By Marina Cano

Marina Cano is a Spanish landscape and wildlife photographer who spent three years in Cabarceno Natural Park capturing the breathtaking beauty of an impressive variety of wild animals.

Photographer Shows The Softer Side Of Pit Bulls To Encourage Their Adoption

In the photo series “Flower Power, Pit Bulls of the Revolution,’ Brooklyn-based French photographer Sophie Gamand set out to portray shelter pit-bulls in a different, brighter light, demonstrating their unquestionably sweet nature that shows itself if the dogs are treated right.

New Intricate Laser Cut Paper Art by Eric Standley

Eric Standley's brilliant and one-of-a-kind form of laser-cut paper art imitates the intricate patterns of Gothic and Islamic architecture to create mind-bendingly complex and beautiful mandala-like artworks.

Little Boxes Turned Into Dark Laboratories And Libraries By Marc Giai-Miniet

French artist Marc Giai-Miniet's works may look like doll houses at first, but they'll give you the chills. He creates miniature boxes with gloomy old-school sci-fi laboratories, attics, libraries, storage and interrogation cells, and houses full of dusty, rusty rooms.

Couple Does A Cliché Newborn Photoshoot With Their Dog Instead Of A Baby

If you want to have a baby photoshoot, but don’t yet have a baby, you can do what Jamie Clauss, a professional photographer of parents and their newborns, did. She took adorably ridiculous photos of a couple and their lovely dog instead of a baby.
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Abandoned 160-Year-Old Parisian Railway Documented By Photographer Pierre Folk

French photographer Pierre Folk has been working on his latest project, “By the Silent Line,” since 2011, documenting the remnants of the grand Parisian railway that was abandoned more than 80 years ago. The 160-year-old, 32 km long railway, called “The Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture,” encircled Paris during the Industrial Revolution and was...

365 Project: Artist Doodles One Illustration A Day For The Whole Year

Gabriel Picolo, a talented young artist from Brazil, is an excellent addition to the 365-art movement, in which artists pledge to create a work of art every day for a year. Every day, Picolo creates a beautiful ink drawing, most of which are rich with meaningful symbolism.

Cute Handcrafted Notebooks That Look Like Fruits, Veggies And Pizza

Özge Çalışkan, the Turkish artist behind a cheerful shop called Palas Pandiras, creates adorable and bright-looking notebooks hand-crafted and hand-painted to look like pieces of fruit, veggies, and pizza. They look so realistic that one might even be fooled into thinking that they are real pieces of colorful, juicy and vitamin-licious fruit.

Creepy Monsters Drawn On Sticky Notes By John Kenn Mortensen

Danish artist John Kenn Mortensen (also known as Don Kenn) writes and directs television shows for kids, but during his free time he pays tribute to the darker, spookier side of childhood filled with monsters and ghosts.

Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet Engine Turned Into Epic Conference Table

Southern California-based company MotoArt designed an epic office conference table made out of a Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet engine. The company is considered to be the pioneer of recycled airplane parts furniture designs, but this innovative 12’ wide table is probably their grandest work yet.

19-Year-Old Artist Spent All Summer Creating This Massive Chinese Zodiac Drawing

Savannah Burgess is a 19-year-old Atlanta-based artist who recently shared the process behind her latest massive drawing depicting all the animal members of the Chinese Zodiac. She spent much of her summer on the „Zodiac“ and took pictures of her progress every day until it was finished.

Adorable Hugging Bear Cookies

If you like cookies and teddy-bears, you'll definitely love these cute little fellows! French-trained Japanese cook Maa Tamagosan created these tasty-looking and almost too-cute-to-eat cookies. Fortunately, she shared her recipe and the creative process with the world, leaving many of us drooling.

Lips Turned Into Playful Cartoon Character By Laura Jenkinson

London-based hair and makeup artist Laura Jenkinson expresses her love for cartoon characters and cute animals in a different way than most artists - she paints them on her own mouth. Lips, tongue, teeth, cheeks, and chin – all have a particular role to play in bringing your favourite cartoon characters to life on her...

Guy Uses Ice-Cream Instead Of Watercolours For His Expressive Paintings

Painting with salt, coffee, and other kinds of food is interesting to see or even try out yourself. Othman Toma is yet another artist whose little painting of a tiger made entirely (as far as it looks like) from chocolate ice-cream.

Mother Takes Pictures Of Her Children’s Summers In The Polish Countryside

Lodz, Poland-based photographer and mother of two Izabela Urbaniak takes beautiful pictures of her children with their cousins and friends as they spend their care-free summer days in the Polish countryside in Lugowiska.

Incredibly Realistic Paintings Of Swimmers By Gustavo Silva Nunez

Gustavo Silva Nuñez is an astonishingly talented artist from Valencia, Venezuela, who paints people in water with meticulous accuracy. The artist pushes the boundaries between reality and painting even further by interacting with his paintings and playfully posing as if the people he painted were really there beside him.

Hyper-Realistic 3D Paintings Made With Acrylics In Layers Of Resin By Keng Lye

Singapore-based artist Keng Lye paints layers upon layers of acrylic paint onto transparent resin to create 3D paintings of vividly-colored fish and other sea creatures. The principle is quite similar to the 3D printing process, except that it uses meticulous and talented fingers and a paint brush instead of machine to create something that is...