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New 3D Illustrations Look Like Drawings Come to Life

New 3D Illustrations Look Like Drawings Come to Life | Art curiosities | Scoop.it
Dutch artist Ramon Bruin, aka JJK Airbrush, continues to create optical illusion drawings that make animals and objects seem as though they're popping off the page.

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Spray Paint Art Secrets

Membership Site For Learning Spray Paint Art. There Is A Thriving Community Of Street And Spray Paint Artists Online And In The World.
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I never guessed how this spray paint was so technical. This is really amazing and seems so simple, one can tell the woma is an expert!

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Amazing Bamboo Dome Constructed Without Any Nails

Amazing Bamboo Dome Constructed Without Any Nails | Art curiosities | Scoop.it
Wind and Water Bar (wNw Bar) is an incredible venue designed by Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nhia that's made entirely of bamboo bound together and covered in a local bush plant without the use of any nails.

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The World's Tallest Vertical Garden Is Like a Niagara Falls of Plants

The World's Tallest Vertical Garden Is Like a Niagara Falls of Plants | Art curiosities | Scoop.it
Parasitic vines and weeping shrubs cascade down the facade of a super-green, under-construction highrise in Sydney (RT @architecturelab: The World's Tallest Vertical Garden Is Like a Niagara Falls of Plants http://t.co/0uZm7FASQi
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Patrick Blanc is well known in France for his vertical gardens. He is the one who built the vegetal wall of Musée des Arts Premiers. Having his hair died green, the man himself is definitely a curiosity :)

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French Artist Assembles Junk into Amazing Insect Sculptures

French Artist Assembles Junk into Amazing Insect Sculptures | Art curiosities | Scoop.it
Where most people see useless pieces of junk, Edouard Martinet sees perfect parts for his incredibly detailed metal menagerie.

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Colorful Umbrellas Magically Float in Mid-Air

Colorful Umbrellas Magically Float in Mid-Air | Art curiosities | Scoop.it
Flickr photographer Patrícia Almeida recently shot these great photos of a wonderfully whimsical umbrella art installation in Portugal.
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How to color up daily life!

 

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Entire Alphabet Found on the Wing Patterns of Butterflies

Entire Alphabet Found on the Wing Patterns of Butterflies | Art curiosities | Scoop.it
Norwegian nature photographer Kjell Bloch Sandved has devoted his photographic career to capturing the the beauty of the world we live in and along the way, amassed a collection of butterfly and moth images with interesting patterns on their wings.

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Artificial jawbone created with 3D printing technology

As one of the team member said, “As engineers, we are no longer limited to the natural patterns. We can design our own, which may perform even better than the ones that already exist.” It is still unlikely that the 3D printed bone will be out in the market anytime soon, but we cannot ignore or underscore the significance it has brought to the field of 3D printing. Let’s hope such development keeps moving forward and we are able to find even better and efficient alternates to the already existing materials.

 

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Via Annie Theunissen, Eddy Castro
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Where Science meets Art...
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