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Belonging : Patrick Murphy Artist, installation on Walker Gallery, Liverpool for Liverpool Biennial 

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Portraits Using People by Alan Craig

Artist Alan Craig recreates famous iconic photographs with unique giant portraits using aerial photography. Similar to pixels, gatherings of people create these intricately composed portraits. Among some of the portraits recaptured are of the late Elvis Presley, Lucille Ball, and Marilyn Monroe. … Continue reading

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Laurence Vallières’ Animal Masks From Salvaged Cardboard | Make:

Artist Laurence Vallières creates charming animal mask sculptures from salvaged cardboard that cleverly utilize the printed surface of the packaging materials in order to depict the animal imagery. More: Laurence Vallières’ Animal Masks From Salvaged Cardboard | Make:

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Edible Apparel by Sung Yeonju Turns Vegetables into Cocktail Dresses

“Tasteful dress” gets a whole new meaning in Sung Yeonju’s edible apparel. The Korean artist’s ongoing series, Wearable Foods, combines relatable materials with digital editing to form cocktail dresses, shorts, and blazers. Gracefully draped scallions, polka-dotted lotus roots, and subtly … Continue reading

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Ornate Paper Cut-Outs Pay Homage to Traditional Paisley Designs

The traditional paisley pattern is of Persian and Indian origin, but you’ve probably seen versions of the ornate teardrop-shaped motifs on western textiles such as men’s ties and pocket squares. The paisley pattern has traveled the silk routes from East … Continue reading

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The Super Zoom

CG animation of amazing zoom to macro view to the “quantum world”, shown on an approximate scale of the reality of physics.

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How one tree grows 40 different kinds of fruit | Sam Van Aken

Artist Sam Van Aken shares the breathtaking work behind the “Tree of 40 Fruit,” an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow 40 different varieties of peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines and cherries — all on the same tree. What … Continue reading

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Gross Domestic Product: Banksy Opens a Dystopian Homewares Store

Tony the Frosted Flakes tiger sacrificed as a living room rug, wooden dolls handing their babies off to smugglers in freight truck trailers, and welcome mats stitched from life jackets: rather than offering an aspirational lifestyle, one South London storefront … Continue reading

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How To Build A Chicken | Puppet inspiration | Burning man art, Steampunk animals, Recycled art

Pamela Madore How to build a chicken. Keller Williams Realty http://pinkhouseteam.com If you can dream it you can build it Source: How To Build A Chicken | Puppet inspiration | Burning man art, Steampunk animals, Recycled art

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Complex Bent Wire Portraits by Spenser Little Become Street Post Accessories

California-based artist Spenser Little has spent the past 15 years creating sculptures by bending and cutting wire into figurative portraits and phrases. His lightweight pieces have been installed on lamp posts and other existing structures around the world and have also been … Continue reading

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