Recreating Ellen’s Oscar Selfie with Colored Pencils by Heather Rooney

August 12, 2014 Art
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It is time to sit back and be amazed. We have seen plenty of examples of hyper-realistic paintings, but it is rare to see such an amazing photographic recreation done in just colored pencils. Just glancing at the picture, you are almost certain your are seeing a print of the infamous Ellen Degeneres selfie from […]

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The Buzz Worthy Offices of BuzzFeed in Los Angeles

August 12, 2014 Architecture
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Whether you love or hate BuzzFeed’s website and business, you are sure to love the office space designed for them by JIDK. The centerpiece of the office is the furniture which creates one of the most intriguing work environments around. Your first impression is you are looking at a lunchroom or a massive conference room, […]

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Street Artist Creates Site-Specific Art On Objects All Over Town And It’s Amazing

August 11, 2014 Art
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The creative genius from the UK known as JPS has created small and large-scale work on urban areas. Influenced by pop culture icons, horror movie characters and comic book heroes, his pieces are fun and truly beautiful. Be sure to check out his Facebook page for more amazing pieces. via Colossal

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By Cleverly Placing His Camera This Guy Makes Statues Take Hilarious Selfies

August 11, 2014 Art
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One Reddit user has made our day by turning a visit to the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork into a selfie extravaganza! The redditor took a collection of photos of plaster Greco-Roman statues in a way that makes them look like they are taking selfies. These statues happen to be plaster copies of original statues […]

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Minimizing The Packaging Of 20 Popular Products

August 8, 2014 Branding
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Companies spend thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars coming up with the perfect logos and packaging ideas, but is it always right? Antrepo decided to take another look at popular packaging and get our votes on what is actually best. There was not redesigning done. There were no new additions. The changes were more […]

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You Have Never Seen A Wooden Rest Area Like This Before… Wow!

August 8, 2014 Design
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Three university students and design studio UTAA collaborated to transform a parking area at the base of a building into a unique and inviting rest and study area for the students of the university in Seoul to use for escaping the wind and sun. The entire build is created from wooden ribs which create a […]

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16 Reasons A Dog is Man’s Best Friend Told in Photographs

August 7, 2014 Art
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Ever stopped to wonder why a dog is called man’s best friend? Take a few minutes to glance through these 16 pictures and you will never wonder about that question again. Dogs provide companionship and protection for our children. Dogs give us laughter when we most need it. Your dog gives you the most innocent […]

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5 Year Old Daughter’s Talent Shocks Photographer Father

August 7, 2014 Art
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Bill Gekas, an Australian photographer, has a passion for recreating painting of the masters in photographs, but he faced a big problem. How do you find models who can take on all the roles and will not break the bank? In a moment of inspiration, that has left even him speechless, Bill turned to his […]

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Skipping the Building Permit by Building 9 Square Meter Micro-Cabin

August 6, 2014 Architecture
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Designer Robin Falck obviously loves a challenge. He decided he wanted to build a cabin for his personal getaways, but wanted to do it alone. Then he decided to bypass the need for a building permit by building a cabin under 9 square meters. In just two weeks time Robin was able to build this […]

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Incredibly Sweet Metropolis Built With Over 500,000 Sugar Cubes

August 6, 2014 Art
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Is your community sweet, supportive, and creative? Then maybe it is time for sculptors Brendan Jamison and Mark Revels to drop in. The pair of sculptors go into communities with thousands of sugar cubes to enlist the help of the community to create an amazing sculpture together. The projects bring unity to the community and […]

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