• The Most Amazing Stone Walls You Will See Today

    The Most Amazing Stone Walls You Will See Today

    Wednesday, August 27, 2014

    Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl are the husband and wife duo behind Ancient Art of Stone. Together the two artists create some of the most beautiful and intricate stone walls you will ever see. Andreas has been working professionally with stone for over two decades and his passion was first ignited when his family…

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  • 15 Portraits of Unrelated Doppelgangers

    15 Portraits of Unrelated Doppelgangers

    Thursday, August 28, 2014

    Have you ever met or seen another person that looked exactly like someone you know? If so, then you’ve encountered someone’s Doppelgänger. I’m not a look-alike! is an ongoing project by François Brunelle (featured previously). For the last fourteen years the photographer has been taking black and white portraits of unrelated doppelgängers and he…

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  • Smithsonian Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act [10 photos]

    Smithsonian Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act [10 photos]

    Wednesday, September 3, 2014

    The Wilderness Act of 1964 marked a historic moment for the American environmental movement: for the first time, land was set-aside for the specific purpose of protecting it from the reach of mankind. The landmark act created the National Wilderness Preservation System, a nationwide system of federally protected lands known as wilderness areas. Today…

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  • The 27 Tiniest Paintings You Will Ever See

    The 27 Tiniest Paintings You Will Ever See

    Tuesday, August 26, 2014

    Microartist Hasan Kale creates impossibly small paintings you have to see to believe, using everyday objects as his canvas. The artist has been painting since childhood, starting his career drawing miniatures in Istanbul, Turkey. Kale considers these micro­works a turning point for his career. On his website he explains, “things we usually see can…

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  • Deliberately Inconvenient Everyday Objects

    Deliberately Inconvenient Everyday Objects

    Thursday, August 28, 2014

    The Uncomfortable is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects, designed by Athens based architect Katerina Kamprani. On her website she explains: I decided to create and design for all the wrong reasons. Vindictive and nasty? Or a helpful study of everyday objects? The goal is to redesign useful objects making them uncomfortable but…

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  • Street Art by Pejac [16 photos]

    Street Art by Pejac [16 photos]

    Wednesday, August 27, 2014

    Check out the fantastic work of Spanish street artist Pejac, whose pieces have been spotted in cities across Europe. The artist primarily paints with only black but sometimes uses splashes of colour in his works. Pejac is also an accomplished painter and illustrator on more traditional surfaces like canvas. Some of his street art…

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  • 20 ft Transformers Made from Old Car Parts

    20 ft Transformers Made from Old Car Parts

    Tuesday, September 2, 2014

    Thai artist Anchalee Saengtai has created an amazing series of Transformers sculptures from old, recycled car parts. The family run business started in 2002 and Anchalee and her family build custom, made-to-order scrap metal sculptures ranging from handheld to over 6 meters tall (20 ft), for clients around the world. In addition to Transformers…

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  • Anamorphic Hand Sculpture by Jonty Hurwitz

    Anamorphic Hand Sculpture by Jonty Hurwitz

    Sunday, August 31, 2014

    In an ongoing series of anamorphic sculptures, artist Jonty Hurwitz (featured previously) creates distorted artworks can be seen ‘clearly’ when placed in front of a cylindrical mirror. Maternal Hands is the latest anamorphic sculpture by Hurwitz completed this past June. You can find images of the amazing sculpture below. To see more be sure…

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Sep 15, 2014

Picture of the Day: Macro Rose

Picture of the Day: Macro Rose

Photograph by MARTA VARELA Website | Facebook | Behance Seen here is a stunning black and white close up of a dewy rose by photographer Marta Varela. The photo is part of a popular project on Behance entitled Biodiversity by Varela, which features a portfolio of macro photos of animals, plants and insects. You…

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Sep 15, 2014

Black and White Portraits of Faces Painted Black and White

Black and White Portraits of Faces Painted Black and White

Weird Beauty is a collaboration between photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan (featured previously). On the Behance project page, Khokhlov explains: The “Weird Beauty” project is made in collaboration with great make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan. In these series we decided to deny any color in our series except black and white to…

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Sep 15, 2014

This is What the Inside of a Hornet’s Nest Looks Like

This is What the Inside of a Hornet’s Nest Looks Like

A group of wasps (European hornets, Vespa crabro) built their nest on this guy’s window and now he’s documenting the construction process, capturing an insider’s perspective you may have never seen before. He is uploading the fascinating videos to his YouTube channel. I included a newer video below where he added an external microphone.…

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Sep 15, 2014

Producer Makes Song by Sampling Video Clips of Amateur Musicians on YouTube

Producer Makes Song by Sampling Video Clips of Amateur Musicians on YouTube

Kutiman is a producer that samples video clips of amateur musicians on YouTube and edits them together to create songs. Kutiman just released his latest single, Give It Up, off his upcoming album Thru You Too which comes out October 1st. Be sure to check out Kutiman’s YouTube page for more, where you can…

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Sep 15, 2014

DIY Shelves with Glow in the Dark Resin Inlay

DIY Shelves with Glow in the Dark Resin Inlay

In 2013, web-designer and software engineer Mat Brown ditched the mouse and keyboard to pursue his passion for art and design. Brown now focuses on making jewellery and other objects which are available through his Etsy store. The artist recently shared a DIY house project on his blog and reddit. Brown explains: “We were…

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Sep 14, 2014

This Rube Goldberg Machine Uses Light, Mirrors and Magnifying Glasses

This Rube Goldberg Machine Uses Light, Mirrors and Magnifying Glasses

A Rube Goldberg machine is a contraption, invention, device or apparatus that is deliberately over-engineered or overdone to perform a very simple task in a very complicated fashion, usually including a chain reaction. The expression is named after American cartoonist and inventor Rube Goldberg (1883–1970). [source] In this creative spot by Japanese firm au…

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Sep 13, 2014

Without Music, the Final Scene in Star Wars is Kind of Awkward

Without Music, the Final Scene in Star Wars is Kind of Awkward

From the people who brought you the unforgettable Bane Outtakes, here’s the classic Throne Room/Final scene from Star Wars IV: A New Hope without the grandiose score by John Williams and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.

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