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This French School Got Renovated By Graffiti Artists Far Better Than Any Renovator Would Have Done (50 pics)

Posted in Arts » Drawings 19 Jul 2017   / 1889 views

A team of 100 graffiti artists was asked to paint the walls of a student dormitory at the Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris as a part of Rehab 2, an urban festival that ran from 16 June to 16 July. Unfortunately, all of the art will be gone soon due to the official renovation of the dormitory.

 

This French School Got Renovated By Graffiti Artists Far Better Than Any Renovator Would Have Done

Yes, These Pictures Are Actually Hyper-Realistic Portraits! (20 pics)

Posted in Arts » Drawings 7 Jul 2017   / 2644 views

Their creator is a Georgian artist Irakli Nadar, 28, who paints them via digital technologies, and it’s shocking how detailed and lively they appear to be!

 

Yes, These Pictures Are Actually Hyper-Realistic Portraits!

This Artist Shows The Not-So-Great Future Of Modern Pop-Art And It’s Very Grim (14 pics)

Posted in Arts » Digital art 5 Jul 2017   / 3072 views

Filip Hodas, AKA Hoodass, is a freelance 3D artist from Prague, Czech Republic, who became popular thanks to this series which features things we all know and love now but which may very well be forsaken in the future.

 

This Artist Shows The Not-So-Great Future Of Modern Pop-Art And It’s Very Grim

If You Still Think Phone Cameras Are Subpar, Check These iPhone Photography Awards Winners (52 pics)

Posted in Arts » Photography 29 Jun 2017   / 4931 views

The photos for the competition were submitted by thousands of iPhone photographers from over 140 countries for various categories such as Portrait, Abstract, and Still Life. The grand prix this year went to Sebastiano Tomada from Brooklyn, New York for his picture of “Children roaming the streets in Qayyarah near the fire and smoke billowing from oil wells, set ablaze by ISIS militants”.

 

If You Still Think Phone Cameras Are Subpar, Check These iPhone Photography Awards Winners

This Artist Proves That Even Cheap Stuff Can Be Transformed Into Masterpieces (25 pics)

Posted in Arts » Beautiful 26 Jun 2017   / 2418 views

Noel Cruz simply works magic on these cheap dolls, making them look almost lifelike.

 

This Artist Proves That Even Cheap Stuff Can Be Transformed Into Masterpieces

This Photographer Has Broken 43 Laws In Different US States And Is Still On The Loose! (37 pics)

Posted in Arts » Photography 24 Jun 2017   / 5629 views

Olivia Locher has created a “I Fought The Law” series which is pretty hilarious because all the laws she breaks are pretty much ridiculous or simply outdated.

This Photographer Has Broken 43 Laws In Different US States And Is Still On The Loose!

This Photographer Shows The World How Disturbing Are Just 4 Years Of Not Throwing Away Your Trash (8 pics)

Posted in Arts » Photography 21 Jun 2017   / 4836 views

Antoine Repessé stopped throwing away his trash back in 2011 to show everyone just how much of it we accumulate in such a relatively moderate period of time. He has accumulated over 70 cubic metres of trash: 1,600 milk bottles, 4,800 toilet rolls, and 800 kg of newspapers to then create a powerful series of photos just to show how massive our consumerism is.

 

This Photographer Shows The World How Disturbing Are Just 4 Years Of Not Throwing Away Your Trash

It’s Just Painful How True These Comics Are About Our Society (46 pics)

Posted in Arts » Drawings 16 Jun 2017   / 5226 views

Al Margen, an illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina, creates them to “annoy because they show the imperfect”, and he perfectly hits the very rotten core of our society.

 

It’s Just Painful How True These Comics Are About Our Society

The Real Hobbit House Does Exist! (18 pics)

Posted in Arts » Design 14 Jun 2017   / 1925 views

It was created by Stuart Grant near Tomich, Scotland, back in 1980s, but was revealed only recently to the complete awe from all the Lord Of The Rings fans.

 

The Real Hobbit House Does Exist!

Here’s How DUI (Drawing Under Influence) Looks Like (9 pics)

Posted in Arts » Drawings 13 Jun 2017   / 4459 views

Actually, it was an experiment, which was conducted by US government to find out the effects of psychotomimetic drugs. This one was Oscar Janiger, a University of California-Irvine psychiatrist, giving an artist crayons and doses of LSD, then asking him to draw 9 portraits of himself while under the effect of the drug.

 

Here’s How DUI (Drawing Under Influence) Looks Like

This Art Is The Best That Pop Culture Could Give The World (38 pics)

Posted in Arts » Digital art 29 May 2017   / 1999 views

Mike Mahle has an impressive portfolio of pop-culture inspired artwork, including officially licensed Indiana Jones prints and exclusive cover art for literary classics. If you want to refresh your phone background, you can choose from here.

 

 

This Art Is The Best That Pop Culture Could Give The World

How Is It Even Possible To Make Such Things Out Of Sand?! (23 pics)

Posted in Arts » Beautiful 27 May 2017   / 2164 views

Toshihiko Hosaka creates some of the most elaborate sand sculptures in all Japan. His work is so detailed and refined, most sculptures look like they've been carved from stone.

How Is It Even Possible To Make Such Things Out Of Sand?!

He Used Nothing But MS Paint To Make These Incredible Illustrations For His Book! (9 pics)

Posted in Arts » Digital art 15 May 2017   / 2178 views

Pat Hines just doesn’t like Photoshop or other similar software (not mentioning he’s just bad at it), so he practiced good old MS Paint for over 10 years sitting long overnights at a hospital reception desk. That’s what came in handy for him to illustrate his ebook “Camp Redblood And The Essential Revenge”, although people don’t believe that such illustrations could be made in Paint, which Pat proves via his Deviantart page.

 

He Used Nothing But MS Paint To Make These Incredible Illustrations For His Book!

Photographer Proves That Women Are Pretty Capable Of Doing “Men’s Work” (16 pics)

Posted in Arts » Photography 11 May 2017   / 2110 views

California photographer Chris Crisman went around photographing women who worked in lines of work that are considered by many as unusual, to represent and normalize women in those spaces. Determined to show his children that they could be anything they wanted, he sums up the photo series’ message in one sentence: “Gender should not determine professional opportunities.”

 

Photographer Proves That Women Are Pretty Capable Of Doing “Men’s Work”
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