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Amazing Landscapes Featuring Rows of Symmetrical Trees

These spectacular photographs by Oliver Delgado are no trick, the images are actual real-world scenes. Captured directly in camera, the stunning optical illusions do not involve any digital manipulation. When asked about the photographs, Delgado said, "All images are real. I only adjusted levels in Lightroom.” If you don't believe it, you can even check out a…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 17, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments

Oversized Flamingo Skull Mural Features Incredible Detail



Artistic duo Telmo Miel create incredibly realistic and surrealistic artwork using spray paint techniques to produce their street art. The muralists and image-makers, Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzmann, recently developed this piece, entitled Flamin'go. Set up on a large canvas in the middle of Artifex Gallery and Wijnegem Shopping Center in Antwerp, Belgium, visitors to the space had the…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 17, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments

Amazingly Detailed Illustrations Drawn on Foam Coffee Cups



Cheeming Boey, generally known as just Boey, was at a coffee shop and needed something on which to write down his ideas. He didn't have any paper, so he found the next best thing—his coffee cup. After seeing some incredibly awesome results, the Malaysian animator and artist continued sketching on the creative surface and has since produced a wide range of awesome foam coffee cup…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 16, 2013 at 9:54am — No Comments

Adventurous Photographer Captures Thrilling Thunderstorms

These intense weather scenes seem to be taken right out of an apocalyptic movie. It's not everyday that we get to witness such dark skies and giant, swirling clouds looming in the distance. In his collection, entitled Sky, Clouds, and the World Above, photographer and storm chaser Sean R. Heavey captures these wondrous moments for all to…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 16, 2013 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Funny Posters Feature Objects with Surprising Personality

These playful graphic prints by graphic designer, filmmaker and artist Safwat Saleem are quite entertaining. Coupled is a series that features relationships between two inanimate objects or cartoons that are interacting with each other in very unexpected ways. The two-color designs incorporate simple silhouettes paired with clever captions that give surprising meaning to each…

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Contemporary Figurative Paintings Evoke Strong Emotion



Looking at these paintings is like staring through a foggy window on a rainy day. Soft emotion in blurry form pours out of these feminine portraits by artist Mark Demsteader. The Manchester-based contemporary figurative artist is a self-taught master of the human form. His oil on canvas pieces feature pale figures set against a dark background. The dramatic contrast produces an…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 15, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

Rolls of Masking Tape Form a Kaleidoscope of Colors



These ribbon-like objects are actually rolls of colorful tape, carefully and strategically placed throughout a warehouse in Sendai, Japan. Art director and graphic designer Koji Iyama has been working his way across the country, producing these playful installations as a way to promote mt masking tape. By utilizing the material in unexpected ways, Iyama shows his…

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Half-Submerged Men Caught Between Dreams and Reality

Limbo is a collection of portraits featuring men who are trapped in a symbolic struggle between two choices. Based in El Salvador, artist Rodrigo Dada produced this series to illustrate the concept of transition. In the photographs, each person can choose to go one of two ways, continuing the descent underwater or moving forward and emerging above the surface.

Dada…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 15, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments

Stunning Landscapes Show the Ferocity of Nature



Being stuck out in the fields as these ominous clouds approach must be a terribly frightening experience. As the storm moves in, the rain pours down, and lighting strikes, 61-year-old German photographer Franz Schumacher doesn't run for cover. Instead, he sets up his camera and photographs the experience for all to see. Harvest Time is a series of storms that roll in during the…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 13, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Incredibly Lifelike 3D Paper Animal Sculptures

These amazing masks and sculptures look like they are made out of real fur. In fact, they are actually paper sculptures by Brooklyn-based artist José Suris IV. The awesome 3D illustrator creates these detailed little creatures out of various papers, styrofoam, wireform, and paperclay. Through layers of paper and shades of color, Suris produces extremely detailed shapes with…

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One Man's Amazing 82,500 Mile Motorcycle Adventure



When Alex Chacon decided to travel halfway around the world, he didn't choose to do so like your average tourist. Rather, he decided to travel by motorcycle as a unique way to enjoy this once in a lifetime experience. A biomedical sciences graduate from the University of Texas, Chacon initiated the trip as a way to fulfill his traveling dreams before beginning his doctoral studies.…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 13, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Pieces of Denim Recycled Into a Newsstand Sculpture

This recent installation by British artist Ian Berry, aka Denimu, is further proof of the artist's love for everything denim. News Stand is a life-sized replica of the average New York street vendor, filled with various magazines, snacks, lottery tickets, and even a postcard rack. But, rather than being constructed out of paper, metal, or cardboard, the entire piece is…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 12, 2013 at 8:02am — No Comments

Introducing the Hybrid-Electric Flying Car of the Future



If you ever watched the Jetson's and longed to drive one of those flying cars, you will be super excited to see that the future is upon us. Massachusetts-based startup Terrafugia recently revealed plans for the TF-X, a hybrid-electric flying car that will just blow your mind. The company states, "We need the safety of commercial aviation, the convenience and flexibility of a car, and the freedom…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 12, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments

Revealing Portraits of Everyday Foods Sliced in Half



In this appetizing series, still life and food photographer Beth Galton gives us a fresh perspective on some basic, everyday meals. Cut Food is a series of just that—food that is cut in half, giving us a glimpse at the gooey, delicious mid-sections of a doughnut, a bowl of soup, and even a hot dog on a bun. Your stomach will growl with hunger as you flip through this…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 10, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments

Modern Tribute to Artist Frida Kahlo's Powerful Self-Portraits

In this series, Bulgarian photographer Kiril Stanoev pays tribute to Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. During her career, Kahlo produced quite a large number of self-portraits through which she was able to express herself and her emotions. Kahlo once said, "They thought I was a Surrealist, but I wasn't. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality." In honor of this renowned…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 10, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments

Paintings of Young Children Bonding with Playful Animals

During her childhood, California-based artist Amberlee Rosolowich often visited her mother—a zookeeper and aquarium show diver—at work. Having grown up surrounded by animals, she uses this past as inspiration for her playful paintings which blend strong creatures interacting with young children. Rosolowich says, "I became fascinated early on with animal behavior,…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 9, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments

Chandelier Produces a Forest of Wild Tree Shadows



Bring the beauty and mystery of nature right into your home with this lovely light sculpture by creative collaboration Hilden & Diaz. The two artists, Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz, blend their artistic interests by starting with what they describe as "existing cultural icons and basic elements, which they transform and modify to tamper with the common perception."

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Added by katie hosmer on May 9, 2013 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Faceless Young Girls Gaze Upon Developing Urban Skylines

With their backs to the camera, young schoolgirls sit and gaze out into their future in this series by photographer Weng Fen. Sitting on the Wall features faceless feminine youth who are intrigued by the city skylines of places like Hai-kou, Shanghai, and Shenzhen. As the urban landscape finds itself in a continual state of change and expansion, so do these young girls…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 9, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments

Creative Sticky Tape Featuring International City Skylines

London



London-based artist Cecily Vessey's playful collection of illustrations and prints feature city-themed skylines and landmarks from places including New York, Paris, and London. Regardless of which city you prefer, these Decorative Skyline Sticky Tape designs are a fun way to wrap packages, seal envelopes, and decorate all kinds…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 8, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments

Detailed Human Sculptures Painted With Bold Stripes of Color



Italian artist Willy Verginer creates distinctly detailed wooden sculptures that are dipped into bright paints. Each piece is carved from a single piece of wood, and features young and old, male and female, and even animals. The final results are a strange mix of natural wood, stripes of bold colors and patterns, and detailed human figures that are incredibly lifelike.

Several of…

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Added by katie hosmer on May 8, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments

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