Category "Art"

SANDSTONE CAVES | BY RA PAULETTE

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This is a story about artist Ra Paulette who had a massive dream, both literally and figuratively. The dream that took an incredible ten years to materialize and, once it did, it became a masterwork that was created without the use of any machines, but only with the artist’s two hands. We are talking about …

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SATIRICAL ILLUSTRATIONS | BY JOHN HOLCROFT

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Actor John Cusack said once: “If you’re going to get into social criticism with satire, you can’t be politically correct when you do that.” If we didn’t know any better, we would think that Cusack was referring to satirical illustrations of John Holcroft, a British illustrator whose work is not politically correct by any stretch …

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Schick Free Your Skin Campaign | By Y&R

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We are continuing with the celebration of its majesty ‘The Beard’! After DIY Beard Oils and Best Beard Grooming Products, we have decided to go alternative, even bizarre a little bit. The beards that we are featuring today are probably the weirdest you have ever seen, but there is a purpose to their weirdness. They …

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SUPER FLEMISH HEROES | BY SACHA GOLDBERGER

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Take your mind back in time, to a time where you lived in your imagination as only children can do; most of us, when we were children and even some of us as adults, were enthralled by the ideas and tales given to us by comic book giants such as Marvel and D.C. Comics. We …

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ANIMAL SELFIES

There are selfies in this world that you will not get tired of seeing because they don’t feature unnatural posing, ‘duckfaces’ or photoshopping, and their main stars are not attention seeking individuals but animals. Art director Silvio Medeiros came up with a brilliant campaign to promote wildlife photographs by depicting animals taking selfies in mirrors. …

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WOOD CARVINGS | BY MASKULL LASSERRE

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To class an art piece brilliant several elements need to come together –  unique aesthetics, a novelty factor, and originality. The works of a Canadian sculptor Maskull Lasserre seem to possess all of that, with a hint of morbid and grotesque. Lasserre relies on wood carvings to express nostalgia, humour and strangeness in an attempt …

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3DOODLER | 3D DOODLER

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Over the last year or so, we have featured many innovative products which left us stunned and amazed. This product is one of those revolutionary things which you can’t help but wonder why it hasn’t been invented earlier. It is a 3D Pen called 3Doodler, and, as the name suggests, you use it to draw …

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LUCID STEAD | ART INSTALLATION IN THE CALIFORNIAN DESERT

The combination of a light installation / an artistic intervention and the California High Desert is certainly one to attract attention because deserts are not usually popular choices with artists when it comes to exhibiting their work. That, of course, does not apply to California-based artist Philip K. Smith III who has recently finished a …

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MODERN TECHNOLOGY PREDICTS DEAD CELEBRITY AGE PROGRESSION

In this youth-obsessed world, aging is a rather unwelcoming occurrence. Still, at certain point in our lives, each and every one of us has been itching to know what we would look like in 30 or 50 years time. How about celebrities or legendary musicians who died at a very young age? Did you ever …

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‘Faces of Century’ by Jan Langer – GIFs Showing the Power of Aging

Czech news webiste Aktuálně.cz has published a set of comparative photos made by Czech photographer Jan Langer for his project „Faces of Century“ in an effort to poignantly illustrate the dramatic effects of aging. The photographs depict people in the prime of their youth (mainly in their 20s and 30s) and sets them off against …

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