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Artist Turns Old Paint Brushes Into Elegant Dame Sculptures

San Francisco-based artist Rebecca Szeto uses the unconventional media of paintbrushes for her elegant sculptures. The brushes, with their tops carved out and their bristles matted and soaked in paint, look just like aristocratic dames in historic paintings with ornate and puffed dresses.

The Photo Adventures Of A Dog And His Human Traveling Around USA

Illustrator John Stortz and his gorgeous dog Wolf travel around the most spectacular places in the USA and capture their bliss on photos. Wolf, whose full name is Wolfgang, is the main model in John’s photos - he seems to pose however the photographer wishes, as long as there...

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Shocking Print Ads Show The Horrible Effects Of Deforestation

Creative and art director Ganesh Prasad Acharya and copywriter Kaushik Katty Roy's arresting ads for Sanctuary Asia encourage us to see the destruction of wildlife habitats as nothing less than the murder of all its native fauna.

Satiric Illustrations By John Holcroft Show Today’s Problems In The Style Of The 50′s

British artist John Holcroft draws satiric digital illustrations that depict our commonly shared human flaws and social issues as they relate to technology and social behavior.

60 Vintage Cars Found In French Farm Garage After 50 Years Are Worth At Least £12 Million

Finding a vintage car is a huge deal for a car collector or historian, so finding 60 of them might make one get a heart attack. Such a unique vintage car collection was just discovered in a farm garage in the west of France.

Norway, The Land Of Fjords, Trolls, And Vikings

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Bold Bakery: The Sweetest Way To Say F**k You

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20 Of The Most Creative DIY And Recycled Christmas Tree Ideas

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Norway Has The World’s First Bike Escalator

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The Motions Of Kayaking, Canoeing, And Swimming Captured With LED Lights And Long Exposure

Stephen Orlando is a Canada-based photographer who captures the movements of swimming, kayaking, and canoeing using colorful and programmable LED lights attached to the paddles or to the swimmers' bodies and long exposure photography.

23 Breathtaking Ice and Snow Formations

Winter is a crazy artist that harnesses the ice, wind and snow to create perfect art like that seen in these 23 remarkable examples. Take a look at these photos of winter’s creations and get inspired to embrace the season and all that it has to give.

All Dalton Ghetti needs is a pencil and three basic tools – a razor blade, sewing needle and sculpting knife. He doesn’t even use a magnifying glass, but some of us may need on if we actually wish to see his  microscopic works.

Dalton Ghetti is a 49 year old carpenter, now working in Connecticut, USA, who has been carving these amazing tiny sculptures for about 25 years.[1 2 3]

“I experimented sculpting with different materials, such as chalk, but one day I had an eureka moment and decided to carve into the graphite of a pencil” – says, Dalton, who is originally from Brazil.

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  • VicyD

    Yes, he doesn’t use glasses, what he uses is electric microscope! :))

  • senny

    He must have hell a lot of patience to do these, I would throw away everything the first time I’d break the pencil.

  • Pilsutski

    I do the same, just from a marker’s tip.

  • http://northierthanthou.com/ northierthanthou

    Amazing stuff!