Post Tagged with: "art"

Egg On Your Face

Artwork, Humor

Eggs are delicious. You can fry them, hard boil them, scramble them, and bake them. They’re perfect for breakfast or on a burger with bacon and mayo. But in addition to all their delicious nutritional value, they also can be used to create some truly amusing pictures, like the ones featured below. This is what […]

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Illustrations by Raquel

Artwork

Raquel Aparicio has an amazing portfolio, with images that start out as one thing and somehow change into another.  Below is a sampling of her portfolio, but you should definitely head over to her website, http://www.raquelissima.com/ (which is Spanish) and check out her entire portfolio.  I know I spent the better part of an hour […]

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Modern Renaissance Monster

Artwork, Bizarre

A picture is worth 1000 words, and the folks over at Worth 1000 couldn’t agree more.  They recently held a contest challenging artists to submit photos manipulating popular Renaissance and Modern art paintings with monstrous results.  This isn’t all of them, and you should definitely go and check out the rest of the submissions at […]

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Literary Tattoos

Body Art, featured

Some people get tattoos of their love interest, their mom, their kids, or their pets.  Others get cool things like skulls and crossbones.  Then there are those out there who get tattoos based on movies, books, or comic books.  Below you’ll find a collection of some of the best literary tattoos on the web.  They […]

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Digital Art of Anto Toni

Artwork, Pictures

Here at Digital Bus Stop we’re always looking for impressive works to share with you.  Be they videos, pictures, stories, or some combination thereof, we try to share stuff that impresses us.  Well, today I’m blown away by Anto Juricic Toni.  Instead of talking at great length about him, here are Anto’s own words about […]

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Micheal Myers Is Such a Complicated Guy

featured, Film

Of all the Halloween movies out there, Halloween is maybe the best.  The first one (1978), that is.  The second one is pretty good too.  The third one  had nothing at all to do with Michael Myers, who is the big bad reason that the Halloween movies are so great.  The fourth and fifth movies, […]

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Little People Project

Artwork, featured, Pictures

Since 2006, UK artist “Slinkachu” has been working on a project involving small, painted miniature model train set people being placed on the street and photographed as part of an on-going installation piece/photography project that’s supposed to help people think more about their surroundings as they walk. Below are just some of the photos he’s […]

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Sergey Larenkov’s Ghosts of World War II

Artwork, featured

40-year old Russian sea pilot Sergey Larenkov has a hobby.  When he’s not busy with his full time job, which is guiding ships in the Finnish Gulf, he’s using archived photographs and creating poignant, heart-stirring art with everyday photographs and postcards.  He has done stunning work with photographs of St. Petersburg, and he’s done an […]

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Cardboard Box Dinosaur Fight

Bizarre, Television

Japanese television shows certainly keep life interesting. This reminds me of some puppeteer work I saw at Disney World. Nice job by this group of artists to simulate this dinosaur battle and even more impressive is how quickly and efficiently the larger (brontosaurus?) dinosaur comes together. It looks like they are using cardboard to create […]

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The Paper Sculpture of Jeff Nishinaka

Artwork, featured

Jeff Nishinaka, born in Los Angeles, started out wanting to be a painter.  He attended Art Center College of Design, where he started experimenting with different types of sculpture, including sculpture using paper.  He had what he calls his “aha” moment working with paper, and starting creating some truly exceptional pieces of art.  He respects […]

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