Bryan Ware was inspired to create The Crayon Initiative while watching his two sons color during a birthday dinner. “I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?'” the dad told…

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Whether it's the gorgeous architecture, shops filled with decadent pastries, or spectacular landmarks steeped in centuries of history, there's something in Paris for everyone to fall in love with. For celebrated graphic designer Louise Fili, it was the city's dazzling signage that captured her heart over 40 years ago at the age of…

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September in rural Japan means two things: farmers are harvesting their rice and the leftover straw is being used to make extraordinary works of art. Specifically, the resulting material is serving as a tool for an artist Amy Goda, who's creating some pretty terrifying dinosaur sculptures. The talented unconventional sculptor also has a knack for fashioning other giant beasts, including an…

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Known for her darkly beautiful and surrealistic oil paintings of young women, Armenian-born, California-based artist Alexandra Manukyan explores a new direction in Oracle of Extinction—a collection of powerful works that highlight humanity's catastrophic impact on the environment, and how our behavior will…

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Have you ever wondered what an Imperial Stormtrooper does on their day off? Photographer Jorge Pérez Higuera has, and his series The Other Side takes an amusingly revealing look at what that entails. Turns out, it’s not all that different from us: they’re reading food labels at the grocery store; washing dishes;…

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