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Colorful Photos Complement Vintage Enveloped By Anna Remarchuk

Kiev-based photographer Anna Remarchuk, is sending different types letters, raising this mailbox business to a whole new and beautiful level. She got the creative idea after she found some old, vintage envelopes, that belonged to her great-grandfather, as well as receiving snowdrop flowers in the mail. She thought of combining them, giving birth to...
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Once You Go Yellow You Never Go Back: Best 30 Minions Tattoos

Minions. You know ’em. Those obnoxiously cute little dudes are everywhere, and they’re pretty hard to miss. They wined our heart after seeing them perform in Despicable Me and people went nuts after the Minions movie – a full 90 minutes of “evil” shenanigans starring the scene-stealing yellow henchmen. We’ve watched them transform into...
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Roy Harpaz Creates An Original Standing Record Player Called TOC

Nowadays, when it comes to listening to music, everyone plugs in their headphones or earplugs into the phone, or Ipod and presses PLAY. In order to avoid the ordinary, industrial designer Roy Harpaz has created a vertical, egg-shaped standing record player called TOC. When he was creating TOC, Roy had in mind two fundamental...
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A Library That Plunges Into An Infinite Abyss, By Susanna Hesselberg

The following artwork has an unusual story and illustrates an incredible imagination. Swedish artist Susanna Hesselberg constructed a library that plunges into an infinite abyss. That’s right, a kind of underground-never-ending library. Her work is visible only from above ground, and it is so perfectly made, that it looks like a regular square frame...
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FINELL Designs Unique Origami Inspired Handbags

Ladies, listen up! We always have trouble with our bags don’t we? We always have to decide whether we choose fashion/looks or utility/space. We seem to have found the solution! Fashion design brand FINELL,designed their first handbag collection. Their design is quite unique because their inspiration came from Origami. The result: Origami inspired handbags!...
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Belgian Artist Stefaan de Crook Creates A Mural Made From Discarded Doors

For the past few months we’ve presented our users different kinds of beautiful murals. Most of all were in the form of street art, graffiti. ( Vinie, L7M, Faith47,etc) You readers have probably noticed that we love street art- we love its beauty, the way it changes the faces of cities, the messages it...
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Meet the Fashion Illustrator Who Took The Fashion World By Storm: Shamekh Al Bluwi

A couple of days ago, we’ve noticed something that made us happy. As days go by, a flow of new artists started to pop up out of nowhere, making their way to the top slightly fast. We find our job very fulfilling because we are honored to help them gain even more recognition by...
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Canadian Couple Designs Outstanding Stone Walls With The Guidance Of Nature: Art Of Stone

What’s more beautiful than being partners in real life AND in business? The following couple doesn’t just spend every minute together; they also manage to create something unique and inspirational. Artists Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl are partners in life and business. Together, they create stunning works of functional stone art for homes and...
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Amazing Hyper-Realistic Cat Latte Art. That’s Right: No Photoshop!

Since 1980s, the art form created by pouring steamed milk into a shot of espresso, or so called latte art, has been widely welcomed within the modern society, which thirsts for elegance and beauty. With the strong need of the society, the Baristas, coffeehouse bartenders, have sought for creativity and evolution for the latte...
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Conrad Jon Godly’s Mountain Paintings Drip From The Canvas

Many of us have seen a bunch of paintings depicting numerous landscapes, especially mountains, using countless methods. But the next artist we are about to present uses a visual trick that has been perfected in both small and larger-scale paintings over the last few years. When looking at Swiss painter Conrad Jon Godly’s mountainous...
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