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Brilliant Vandal Just Made These Neighborhoods About 100% Safer. LOL.

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While Canadian artist Andrew Lamb may not be making the streets of Toronto any safer, he is making them a lot more awesome. By wheatpasting his favorite superheroes, crime fighters, and other benevolent characters from pop-culture onto neighborhood watch signs, he has single-handedly taken a giant bite out of boring. Crime’s still around, of course, but […]

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By Taking Apart Watches, These Collaborating Artists Made Something Cooler.

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Artist and miniature-maker Dan Tanenbaum has a fascination with the inner workings of watches. He could obsess over the tiny components in the timepieces for days. He describes himself as an “avid, if not obsessive” watch collector. In addition, he collects the discarded pieces of vintage watches and gives new life to each of the pieces.  At […]

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This Kitchen And Backyard Took Five Years To Create. Wait Until You See Why.

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Artist Liza Lou spent five years creating a life-size kitchen and backyard out of tiny glass beads. Everything in the two spaces is made of brightly colored glass beads known as “seed beads” and often used for making jewelry. The food, the water in the sink, the furniture and fixtures, and all 250,000 blades of grass in the […]

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Man Who Survived Oakland Fire Comes Under Attack After His Insensitive Remarks

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As an artist, sometimes you get so caught up in your work that you fail to notice the world around you. The Ghost Ship was an artistic conclave in Oakland, California, where artists came to get their creative juices flowing as well as to show off their talents through art shows and performances. With its […]

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Someone Made Huge Sculptures Out Of Ordinarily Small Things And They’re Perfect.

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The most impressive art installations are either tiny or indescribably huge. There is something about an unrealistic size that can pique anyone’s curiosity. Have you ever thought about how awesome it would be to have a GIANT ice cream cone? One that is like 10 times the size of your body? Well, these sculptors have made […]

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Don’t Even Think About Stepping on These Awesome Carpets. Look Closer.

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A design trio from the Netherlands call themselves We Make Carpets, so it’s pretty easy to guess what they make. Yes. It’s carpets. Of course, their definition of “carpet” is a little loose, and these creations are not something you’ll be putting in your home, or even something you’ll want to walk across. A collection of […]

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White House Champions of Change event honors LGBT artists

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The Obama White House has been the site of so many firsts, it’s difficult to believe there are any left. The administration continued to make history today, though, by holding the first-ever Champions of Change event honoringLGBT artists who have advanced change in their communities. That’s no surprise, though, considering the president’s rock-solid record on […]

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These Objects Are Distorted, But No Digital Manipulation Was Used In Their Making.

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When you walk into a Robert Lazzarini exhibit, you might get a little dizzy. That’s understandable, considering everything you’re looking at was distorted to the extreme. You know what you think something should look like, but here, that’s not going to happen. Photos sadly don’t do these sculptures justice, because it’s easy to mistake them for […]

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This Mom Collaborates With Her 2-Year-Old Daughter To Make Amazing Art.

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Art historians make a living attempting to discover the meaning behind an artist’s work, unpacking every brushstroke to discover its inspiration. For artist Ruth Oosterman, the answer is simple: her 2-year-old daughter, Eve. Ruth noticed Eve had begun taking a keener interest in her work, especially while she was painting. So she decided to include […]

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Watch As This Girl Turned A Random Foot Scribble Into Stunning Art. Mary Doodles FTW!

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Mary Doodles takes her YouTube pseudonym VERY seriously. The artist, whose real name is Mary Gutfleisch, regularly accepts challenges from her viewers to see what she can create out of nothing but a few odd scribbles. In this video, she was challenged to change up her already unusual doodle process and start from the bottom: […]

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