Surrealist Sculptures Merge Plant and Animal Life

Artist Ellen Jewett refers to her sculptural work as “natural history surrealist sculpture,” a blend of plants, animals, and occasionally human-made structures or objects.

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Behind The Book Cover

The guys at the Librairie Mollat, a bookshop in France, have been gathering quite a bit of attention lately thanks to their awesome photo series, in which they match readers with their book covers.

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The Art of Toilet Paper Rolls

French paper artist Junior Fritz Jacquet created this fantastic series of weird masks made from toilet paper rolls. Inspired by the craft of origami, each mask is made from a single paper roll which is folded and squished into an expressive face.

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Unseen Tokyo Storefronts In Watercolor

Tokyo has earned the name of one of the most futuristic cities in the world with its otherworldly architecture and nightly neon glow. But Polish illustrator and digital designer Mateusz Urbanowicz has seen a different face of the city and has decided to share it through a watercolor painting series of the Tokyo storefronts.

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Food for Thought? The Geometric Food Art of Sakir Gökçebag

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Crescent Dunes Solar Beauty

From the window of an airplane high above Nevada, the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Facility is a bright flash on the landscape. You can really only appreciate its enormity from the ground Continue reading

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The Ceramic Dogs of Eleonor Boström

Eleonor designs tiny ceramic pups for fans of needlework, but also as salt and pepper shakers, and peeking out over the rims of teacups, and with eggcup pots for heads. And other less functional kinds which are just as lovely.

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TWILIGHT is a series focusing on space, time and existence, characterized by the texture and colour created from aged film rolls. By using expired analog films, the series is watching the present with the eyes of the past. In this way, it is using photography as a method to raise awareness on the aspect of time.

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Monochromatic Fields of Color

Fabian Oefner`s new work, “Photographic Paintings”“ moves within the realms of painting and photography. The material, that is used to create the colors and structures, is bismuth, a lead-like element. Several pounds of this metal are molten in a big pan.

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The Astonishing Stop Motion Behind “Kubo and the Two Strings”

Unlike iconic animation studios such as Dreamworks and Pixar, Portland, OR-based Laika practices a new kind of hybrid animation. The recipe includes a strange brew of traditional stop-motion animation techniques, stylized computer generated effects, and ground-breaking 3D prototyping. Continue reading

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