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For many people diagnosed with autism, communicating through speech and social interaction can be challenging. As a way to express herself, 5-year-old Iris Grace began painting last year, and has already garnered praise across the globe for her incredibly beautiful works of art. The young artist, who lives in the UK with her parents and her cat Thula, creates gorgeous paintings filled with dreamy…

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Inquisitive Bull Photobombs Couple's Wedding Photos

Newlyweds Rebecca and Brian Pepper were in for a big surprise when an uninvited guest showed up at their sunset photo shoot in Tamworth, Australia last week. In the middle of a lush paddock, posing next to a rented vintage car, the couple was approached by a curious young bull, whose photobombing made their wedding photos extra unique. The photographer, Rachel Deane…

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Intricate Embroideries Depict Fine Details of the Eye

Embroidery artist Sam P. Gibson uses thread to create a detailed, up-close look at the human eye. Equipped with black floss, she hand stitches the iris, eyelid, and eyelashes, capturing it all with delicate, thin lines. This style gives her work the appearance of an ink drawing.

To begin these intricate creations, Gibson first draws the design with pencil on her fabric. She then begins the…

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If there's one thing Ai Weiwei knows about, it's being an unlawfully detained prisoner of conscience. The artist and activist, who is currently not allowed to leave his home country of China, recently unveiled Trace, a powerful new installation that consists of…

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Weatherhead Architecture recently unveiled designs for Butterfly Square, a mixed-use town center that’ll be located in Halland, Sweden. This development features two striking angled, L-shaped buildings that are divided by a pedestrian promenade. When viewed from above, the space is reminiscent of a butterfly’s wings.

The entire scheme will occupy a massive 27,000…

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Conceptual artist and illustrator Gediminas Pranckevicius creates digital art that instantly whisk viewers off into a world of imagination. The Lithuania-born artist uses soft light and blended colors to create harmonious worlds where it is easy to get lost in the surreal stories.

He uses software like Photoshop to produce the playful digital drawings that feature imaginative creations like giant trolls, flying pigs, and houses and towns perched on top of precariously…

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