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Photographer Oliver Grunewald Captures Amazing Photos Of Volcanoes At Night

Wed, 04.23.14 at 9:38am

The ability to capture amazing photographs is something Oliver Grunewald has pretty much perfected, especially when his subjects are the rarely-seen parts of nature.


See The Life Of A Stormtrooper Through The Lens Of Zahir Batin

Tue, 04.22.14 at 1:51pm

Have you ever wondered what the everyday life of a Star Wars Stormtrooper might be like? Look no further than the lens of Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin, who captured these lifelike photos of figurines and handmade props in a series


Ten Female Street Artists to Watch in 2014

Mon, 04.21.14 at 2:00pm

Last year during Art Basel in Miami, Deitch dedicated “Women on the Walls” to an international repertoire of female talent to rival the notion that gentlemen dominate the subcultures of street art and graffiti.


Artist Lionel Bawden Creates Sculptures Using Staedtler Pencils

Mon, 04.21.14 at 1:30pm

Many artists use whatever they can find to make some interesting works of art. For sculpture artist Lionel Bawden, his medium of choice consists of Staedtler pencils.


Interactive Magic Carpets by Miguel Chevalier

Wed, 04.16.14 at 2:30pm

Aladdin may have been the first dude to spark our interest in the idea of magic carpets, but French artist Miguel Chevalier went the extra mile to bring them to life in art form.

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The 25 Best Celebrity Cameos on The Simpsons

Wed, 04.16.14 at 2:03pm

It seems like The Simpsons has been around forever. Then again, it has pretty much been on the air for as long as most of us have been alive.

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Interview: This Is Not A Toy Co-Curator John Wee Tom Reveals All You Need to Know About The Exhibit

Wed, 04.16.14 at 12:02pm

Collectors, spectators and anyone intrigued by the modern art of figurines and collectible sculptures should know about the This Is Not A Toy exhibit in Toronto.

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Spray Paint Not Required: 10 Unusual Graffiti Mediums

Tue, 04.15.14 at 2:38pm

What started off as a way to rep your crew and make your art public for all to see using aerosol spray paint on train cars and walls around your city has now evolved and expanded, pushing street artists to

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10 U.S. Cities with the Best Museums

Mon, 04.14.14 at 11:54am

When you think of art and culture in the United States, cities like Chicago, New York and San Francisco undoubtedly come to mind. Each of these major cities feature world-renowned museums and historic institutions that attract the masses looking to

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New Banksy Murals in England

Mon, 04.14.14 at 11:23am

Following his month-long residency in New York City when he put up a new mural around the five boroughs each day, Banksy has reemerged on the streets of England. His two new murals depict a couple embracing in a doorway

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Darth Vader Toaster

Fri, 04.11.14 at 11:48am

Bring your bread over to the dark side with this new Darth Vader helmet-shaped toaster. Pangea Brands worked closely with Lucas Licensing to create the Star Wars-themed kitchen appliance that brands your toast with an image of the Jedi-turned-Sith on

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10 Light Painters You Should Know About

Tue, 04.08.14 at 11:44am

Pablo Picasso was one of the first artists to experiment with and use light to paint imagery in photos. Since that time, artists have now mastered using light and long exposure times with their cameras, discovering a new medium to

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The 10 Best Art Exhibits to See This April

Mon, 04.07.14 at 11:05am

With new works of art being created constantly, exhibits are always in rotation, whether in museums, in galleries or outdoors. Every month, we keep you up to date with what’s going on in the art world by compiling a list


Surreal Image Manipulations By nois7

Sat, 04.05.14 at 11:06am

The photo manipulations of Robert Jahns — known to most as nois7 — ride a thin line between reality and the impossible.

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11 Smart Ways To Use Outdated Technology

Fri, 04.04.14 at 2:16pm

As we head further into the digital era, a lot of the things we used to rely on have lost complete use in our lives.