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Gorgeous Earth Art: This Artist Rearranges Nature to Make it Even More Beautiful

Friday 06.20.2014 , Posted by
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Who needs art supplies when you can transform objects in nature into art? This is exactly what German artist Dietmar Voorwold does and he encourages you to do the same. Fully understanding the therapeutic value of art, Voorwold goes into nature to create stunning geometric shapes and patterns out of the natural materials before him. Although his work is only temporary, his memories and photographs make it all worth while. Allow Voorwold’s creations to inspire you to look at nature in a whole new way. [Read more...]

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Get Back in Black With Fluorescent Paintings By John Poppleton

Friday 06.20.2014 , Posted by
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Many go to great lengths to achieve a healthy glow, and the models behind John Poppleton’s “Bodyscapes” get a little extra help. In his special blacklight studio, the artist uses fluorescent pigments to paint dramatic au natural landscapes on female bodies. When illuminated with a blacklight, the illustrations emit an eerie, majestic glow, powerfully evoking the drama of radiant sunsets, crashing waterfalls, and shimmering constellations.  [Read more...]

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Modern Day Photographs from a 130 Year Old Camera

Thursday 06.19.2014 , Posted by
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Jonathan Keys is on a mission to bring traditional methods of photography back to the spotlight. Instead of going around the streets with the latest DSLR, Keys takes his 130 year old wooden camera and his 1920s lens to find subjects. Roaming his home city of Newcastle, he captures a classical England in modern times. [Read more...]

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Sculptures Created with the Help of Bees

Thursday 06.19.2014 , Posted by
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Chinese artist Ren Ri is creating sculptures in collaboration with bees. He’s given up control of the final creative process, using chance and the bee’s innate industriousness to create a series of pieces based on the wax cells of the honeycomb. [Read more...]

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Creating Sea-Inspired Sculptures from Beach Trash

Thursday 06.19.2014 , Posted by
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What do you do with 11 tons of beach debris on the Pacific coast? You make it into art! Oregon based artist and teacher Angela Haseltine Pozzi created a project called “Washed Ashore” aimed at raising awareness about plastic pollution and marine debris. Pozzi, like other members of her community in Bandon, Oregon were continually shocked at the amount of trash that would wash up on their beautiful coastlines. Inspired to take steps toward solving the problem, she rallied together concerned citizens to not just clean up the beach trash, but to create from it. [Read more...]

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New Soccer Magazine Eight By Eight Artfully Showcases the World Cup

Wednesday 06.18.2014 , Posted by
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Basically anyone from any country other than the United States will tell you soccer isn’t a game, it’s a religion. A really, really beautifully-played religion. A new magazine, Eight by Eight, has sought to create a magazine that does justice to the world sport. [Read more...]

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Wild Animal Murals: Too Large to Be Ignored

Wednesday 06.18.2014 , Posted by
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As the global population of humans increases each day, animals are pushed to adapt and creatively survive in our presence. Belgian artist ROA infuses this issue into the street art he paints around the world. In countries like Australia, Portugal, Canada and the United Kingdom, his large-scale murals highlight the current reality in the relationship between wild animals and humans. [Read more...]

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The Desert Wizards Need Your Help to Bring an Astronomical Observatory to Burning Man

Wednesday 06.18.2014 , Posted by
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A group of scientists, engineers, and space geeks, better known as The Desert Wizards of Mars on the Playa, are hoping to bring a full size astronomical observatory to Burning Man this year. At last year’s burn, the Desert Wizards could be found riding their Mars Rover Art Car ‘Dustiny’ which broadcast live footage of the burn over the internet for all to see. This year they want to bring the Black Rock Observatory- a planetarium without a ceiling- using a giant Newtonian telescope (9 feet tall, 20 inches in diameter) which will “provide views that will expand minds, widen perspectives and open consciousness.” Viewers will see the Rings of Saturn and 5 of its moons, polar ice caps on Mars, the Galilean Moons of Jupiter, and faint galaxies too dim for the naked eye. [Read more...]

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A Fashionable Look at the Sikh Beard and Turban

Wednesday 06.18.2014 , Posted by
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Inspired by the sudden popularity of beards around the streets of London, photographers Amit and Naroop created the SINGH Project, a beard extravaganza explored through a collection of 35 photographs celebrating the identity of British Sikh men. [Read more...]

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Everyday Objects Transformed into Whimsical Characters

Tuesday 06.17.2014 , Posted by
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If everywhere you look there are faces staring back, you’re not alone. For the past 10 years French artist Gilbert Legrand has been finding the hidden characters in everyday objects and revealing them with paint. His whimsical vision sees all sorts of household objects become things they were not: a coat hanger becomes a mouse sporting shoes; a paintbrush transforms into a teen with an attitude (and a wicked hairdo); and the blades of some scissors get amorous. [Read more...]

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