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Inspired by modern astrophysicists, photographer Molly Strohl uses a simple technique to photograph pinpoints of light as a way to remind us that we are all made of stars. Molly creates haunting images that beautifully embody the lonely young souls of her characters. As a viewer, you can feel the tumultuous…

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When bird photographer Phoo Chan first noticed a crow flying overhead, he was astonished by an unusual turn of events. Within moments, the photographer witnessed the sight of a crow landing on the back of an eagle and, luckily, captured this bizarre joyride. Browsing through the unexpected series of photos, it's made apparent that the…

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Meet George (aka George2Legs), an adorable cat who seems to think that two legs are better than four. He’s often seen standing like a human, trying to make himself taller by being on his hind quarters. Besides looking ridiculously cute as he stands like this, it actually gives him a better view of the nearby action, be it just over…

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Artist Julie Seabrook Ream has been arranging everyday objects to form brilliant photo sets that mirror the colors of the rainbow. Using delicious foods, art supplies, and objects from nature, Ream has created collections that feature spectacular, visual motifs and an incredible amount of liveliness.

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Artist Jonathan Whitfill blends literature and art in the form of book wheel sculptures that will make you stop, stare, and maybe even read along. Whitfill gives new life to old books for his Shredder series, producing layered pieces that give off an aura of sophistication. Since many of these literary specimens display…

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On his way to work in the morning, street artist Mobstr would cycle past an average, graffiti-covered red wall in London. For years, he noticed that a city worker would paint over the graffiti with red paint, when it was below a certain line. For any graffiti above this predetermined line, the steadfast laborer would pressure-wash it off. "This…

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Artist Russell Powell creates stunningly realistic portraits on an unconventional surface - his own hand. The California-based teacher merges art and the body by painting eye-catching depictions of people on his palms. Incredibly, this textured and creased surface doesn’t deter him from adding intricate details…

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Swedish artist Susanna Hesselberg recently constructed a library that plunges into an infinite abyss. Visible only from above ground, the intriguing installation is inconspicuously marked and, from a distance, looks as though it's just a square frame laying on the grass. As viewers approach it, however,…

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