Oreo Cream Art by Tisha Cherry

One of the most popular processed cookies of all time, Oreos have been milk’s best friend for awhile now and just about everyone has a signature Oreo-eating style. Some people like to dunk them in milk. Some prefer opening the cookie and eating the cream filling first. Others just shove the whole thing in their mouths. But Tisha Cherry turns her Oreos into art first! The popular Instagram food artist has created renditions of The Mona Lisa, Hokusai Katsushika’s the wave, several Star Wars characters, and more.

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Hanging Celebrity Portraits Made From…

Sometimes clouds look so solid you could reach out and touch them, but any attempt would reveal that they are made from tiny water droplets. The celebrity portraits of artist Augusto Esquivel are much the same, but instead of water, he uses buttons.

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Fluid Graffiti Portraits by Noé Pauporté

Emerging from swirls and splatters, and vibrantly colored geometric patterns, come realistic portraits. Born in 1985, Noé Pauporté has been drawing since he could hold a pencil, but he didn’t hone his overlapping character graffiti on canvas until 1998. The self-taught artist studied at the foundation for Fine Art in Brussels paints both realistic and imaginary characters using varying techniques such as acrylic, ink, bomb, Posca, pencil, and oil paint. He focuses mostly on living creatures in his artworks, humans especially. He also composes electronic music under the name KhromaSoma.

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Blast From the Past: Passports of The Rich & Famous

1 Passport Photos of Iconic Figures

One of the best perks of fame and riches is the ability to travel the world, but no mater how famous you are, you can’t get very far without a passport. Here is a collection of passports from some of the most iconic jet-setters of yesteryear. It looks like time travel was not the only type of travel Albert Einstein was concerned with and David Bowie also enjoyed floating in a tin can far above the world. Muhammed Ali floated like a butterfly outside of the ring too and Rene Magritte may have gotten inspiration for his surreal works while high in the sky. Roy Orbison may have traveled with The Traveling Wilburys.

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Visual Bits #405> The Cats Meow: Wacky Vintage Photos

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What if Classic Movie Stars had Tattoos?

Jason Hill Tattoo Devas 8

In our current era, the idea that tattoos are wild, rebellious or even counter culture is quickly becoming passé. Your friends have them, respected celebrities have them, maybe even your grandma has them; but what if they had been more common in the past? Jason Hill asked that question and brought it to reality by creating a series of classic movie divas fully inked.

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Eye Candy: Celebrity Portraits Made of Sugary Sweets

Willy Wonka would be so proud of Mexican artist Cristiam Ramos; his art work is completed entirely out of candy! At his studio in Orlando, Florida, the 32 year old artist uses gummy bears, licorice, candy hearts, , M&M’s, bubble gum, after dinner mints, and a lot of patience to meticulously glue candy to a canvas, creating intricate celebrity portraits, without any paint. Aside from re-designing iconic faces out of candy, the artist has also built a life size motorcycle out of 20,000 sweets! Ramos’ sweet portraits can sell for up to $18,000 and some have even been placed in Ripley’s Hollywood Museum.

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Visual Bits #277> Spy With A Vintage Eye



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Iconatomy: A Merging of Old and New Stars

These star-studded Hollywood tributes are simply astounding! In such a way that they are almost one person, jewelry arts student George Chamon has perfectly merged photos of such silver screen greats as Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant with their modern day doppelgängers. The classic amoeba shaped layers between the two iconic stars match seamlessly with the retro look of the portraits. Bravo!

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Artist Makes Portraits With Lipstick Kisses

Natalie Irish likes art so much, she just can’t help kissing it! Using just her lips as her brush and lipstick as paint, she’s been creating some bold portraits of famous icons like Marilyn Monroe and Jimi Hendrix. Check out the video below to see her tender technique… and be sure to catch the end: her lipstick covered face is priceless!

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