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At first glance the sculptures constructed by artist Li Hongbo appear to be chiseled out of a easily recognized material, but once manipulated and pulled, they deviate from a familiar stone sculpture. The viewer upon discovering that the sculpture can move, realizes that it can change, stretch, spread, twist and bend, contract; ultimately…

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Masks is a funny project in which French artist Junior Fritz Jacquet took plain old toilet paper rolls and transformed them into expressive abstract faces. The squished up faces are both a little bit odd and a little bit adorable. To create each one, Jacquet first sculpted the cardboard into the desired shapes. He then coated them with a shellac and sometimes a pigment to add a touch of…

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While we might often dismiss the chin in our daily beauty routine, London-based makeup artist Laura Jenkinson highlights hers in a humorous tribute to cartoon personalities. She paints characters from Disney movies, Looney Tunes, South Park, and more onto her chin, lips, and the skin above them. This cleverly transforms Jenkinson’s mouth into a figure’s over-sized…

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Forget about New York Fashion Week or the Paris runway. In Sydney, Australia, well-dressed ducks steal the scene at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. It’s here that the waterfowl are outfitted in elegant pink, green and yellow gowns, and even have tiny matching hats, too! They waddle down the catwalk at the Pied Piper Duck show, and the adorable sight is considered one of the highlights of the…

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The next time you walk into a conference room, don't be surprised if you are seated at a table made out of an old jet engine! This impressive 747 Cowling Conference Table design, created by Southern California company MotoArt, features recycled plane parts as the foundation for the modern, sleek piece of furniture. Having this as the centerpiece for a meeting would be an impressive…

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Every Sunday, hair stylist Mark Bustos ventures through New York City in search of his next client. Although he works at an upscale salon, he’s actually looking for someone less fortunate who’d appreciate a haircut. He approaches these people and opens with the same simple phrase: “I want to do something nice for you today.”

Bustos began cutting hair for the…

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We’ve recently seen some beautifully-designed staircases, and we can now add another one to our list. Arquitectura en Movimento Workshop crafted wooden, sweeping stairs that certainly don’t disappoint. They’re part of the SDM apartment, a two-storey home located in Mumbai, India.

The…

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