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Post-It Note Art

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As somebody that uses his fair share of Post-It notes, it’s nice to see them used for something other than just reminders and out of office reminders.  The dedication of these artists is nothing short of amazing. I don’t know that it’s easier than painting or wallpapering a wall, but it’ll certainly be easier to […]

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15 Amazing Street Art Photos

Artwork, featured

Some many call it graffiti, others may call it art.  I tend to think that if it makes a once completely ordinary-looking wall look extraordinary, it can’t be a bad thing.  Because of a little (and by little, I mean pretty popular) Facebook page called StreetArtUtopia (check them out) I learned that street art can […]

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Artist Brock Davis

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Brock Davis is an artist many times over, in a multitude of ways.  He creates visual art with a variety of mediums, sometimes anything he can get his hands on.  He is also a musician, writer, graphic designer, and creative director at Carmichael Lynch in Minneapolis, MN.  Much-interviewed, Brock has a list of credits that […]

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Strange Things Are Afoot in Singapore – Haw Par Villa

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Welcome to Hell.  Haw Par Villa, also known as Tiger Balm Gardens, has an attraction called The 10 Courts of Hell.  Built in 1937 by the guys who started the Tiger Balm company, this tourist attraction does anything but soothe and comfort (like Tiger Balm does.  In case you didn’t know that Tiger Balm did […]

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Altered Animals Photoshop Pictures – Dog Pictures

Animals, featured, Photo Manipulations

We may have done it before, but these are even better. Dog Ram Lizard Nothing is more fearsome than a dogramlizard. Dog Shark Except maybe the puppyshark. Doggypillar “Who…are…you?” Fluffy The inspiration behind the Harry Potter creature?  More like inspired BY it. Squirrelly The funny part of it is the look on his face.  He […]

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The Art of Opening Title Sequences in Film

Film

If you love movies and I think you do you then you probably have seen many of these opening titles sequences. But there were more than a few I had forgotten or had never seen. Ian Albinson created this amazing sequence of Titling film, and highlights about one hundred years of film titles and credits. […]

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Awesome Self-Portraits

Artwork, Photo Manipulations, Pictures

At some point in our lives we’ve all had a portrait taken.  When you were younger it was a right of passage to have a family portrait done at least once so that your parents could show off what a beautiful family they had to all their friends and family (though there was nothing beautiful […]

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Matthew Cusick’s Map Art

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This guy’s art is amazing through and through, but I found myself particularly captivated by his map art.  Yes, you read that correctly.  The man makes art out of pieces of maps.  It has a striking result.  I emailed him to ask him if I had permission to use his images in this post, and […]

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Unique Superhero Art

Artwork, Comics

New Haven, CT based illustrator/painter/teacher Christopher Uminga likes to pain things that make him happy, including comic book character inspired pieces, and the tiny monsters he “sees in his head”. Given my love of comic book characters, I instantly loved his work. Here is a selection of his work inspired by comics, but you should […]

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Star Wars Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls

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Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Star Wars Sugar Skull While Día de los Muertos might still be a month away, it can’t be too early to break out this stunning work from John Karpinsky. Visually captivating in color, design and use of pop culture icons, these Star Wars sugar skulls are beautiful […]

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