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Hyperrealistic Illusion Cakes by Luke Vincentini

Pastry chef Luke Vincentini can make cakes that look like anything. 🍰 Bag of Doritos? ✔️ Can of White Claw? ✔️ Chopped woodblock? ✔️ Permission granted by Luke Vincentini. → FOLLOW Luke Vincentini Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukevincent… ↪ SUBSCRIBE to My Modern … Continue reading

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Kirie Artist Carves Playful Narratives Into Tree Leaves | Spoon & Tamago

“Aquarium of Leaves” A 34-year old artist who goes by the name Lito has been living with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) his entire life. Lito had been searching for an outlet where he could channel his above-normal levels of … Continue reading

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Kamikara Paper Toys by Haruki Nakamura

Japanese designer Haruki Nakamura creates playfully interactive paper toys. Read more on My Modern Met: https://goo.gl/3SAaqK Purchase the Penguin Pop! Toy: https://mymodernmet.store/collections… Permission granted by Haruki Nakamura. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrR5…

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Delicately Sculpted Paper Forms Verdant Houseplants and Lush Bunches of Flowers

After a slew of houseplant casualties, Mabel Low decided to trade in her withering blooms for a more durable option. The Singapore-based artist, who launched the studio Papersynthesis in 2020, crafts lifelike hydrangeas, sunflowers, and an array of succulents entirely … Continue reading

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‘rubbish things’ inanimate objects move freely without relying on human help

architect takuto ohta introduces ‘rubbish things’, a series of wooden organic objects with the ability to roam freely within the environment. refusing to stay put, rubbish things employ their surroundings (both lifeless and living things) along with natural phenomena, to … Continue reading

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Meditative Faces Emerge from the Staggered Wooden Sticks Forming Artist Gil Bruvel’s Sculptures

“Breathe” (2020). All images © Gil Bruvel, shared with permission Gil Bruvel (previously) has spent 40 years practicing vipassanā meditation, an introspective practice that invites judgment-free observation of the mind. The Australia-born artist infuses the philosophies of this decades-long ritual into … Continue reading

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Mom-Of-Two Creates Animal-Inspired Edible Food Art (60 Pics)

Jolanda Stokkermans is a married mom living in Koersel, a small village in Belgium, with two children and two Jack Russells. One of her superpowers is meal prepping. Roughly a year ago, Jolanda started creating easy recipes and taking pictures … Continue reading

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Philip Jackson Sculpture 

Apr 29, 2017 [from a gallery curated by charleygirl_77] “- I adore Philip Jackson’s work and wanted to collect some of the fabulous photos users have taken of his exhibitions and standalone pieces.” More: Philip Jackson Sculpture | Sculpture art, Sculpture, … Continue reading

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Making Jewelry From Scraps of Detroit Graffiti

While living near a women’s shelter in Detroit, Michigan, Amy Peterson felt moved to do something to help her neighbors. Her inspiration turned into Rebel Nell, a social enterprise dedicated to employing, educating and empowering women transitioning out of homeless … Continue reading

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Translucent Sculptures of Segmented Glass by Artist Jiyong Lee Evoke Single-Celled Organisms

“Green Yellow Diatom Segmentation” (2020), hot sculpted, cut, color laminated, carved, glass, 5 3/4 × 12 × 12 inches   Fascinated by the organisms found in the sea and bodies of freshwater, artist Jiyong Lee (previously) sculpts semi-transparent artworks that evoke … Continue reading

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