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by Louis K. Meisel
The detail is incredible.
by Chris LaBrooy
I think this is the most amazing set of drawings I have ever seen. On some of them you can tell that they are drawings, but on others it's nearly impossible. This man is such an amazing artist and deserves some time of recognization for his work. I actually think this guy has too much free time on his hands. But none the less this is some amazing artwork.
by Seung Mo Park
by Morgan Herrin
by Jill Watt and her sister Lorna Watt
by French art director and photographer Arno Roca
metal sculptor Alisa Toninato
by Ramon Todo
Most cultures dictate that children at a dinner table shouldn't play with their food, but we think all would give designers around a conference table a pass on this rule.
Les 18 drapeaux dessinés avec de la nourriture sont tous ici: http://twistedsifter.com/2011/10/flags-made-from-food/
Very clever idea.
by Fanette Guilloud
by British designer Alex Chinneck
by Cuatro Cuatros
by jaime hayon
by Michael Beitz
by Yahya & Qotbi
Sculpting light by calligraphy
Creativity at its best!
by Italian artist Johannes Stötter.
Beautiful and creative body art by talented Italian artist Johannes Stotter.
Really disturbing ...
Yong Ho Ji
SEE we CAN recycle in more than one way. And it looks pretty coolif you ask me. I think we should do cycle art more'
Korean artist Do-Ho Suh
by Tang Chiew Ling.
By Nick Brandt
This article is about the Lake Natron in northern Tanzania and is the most serene lake in Africa. The alkaline water in Lake Natron has a pH as high as 10.5 and is so caustic it can burn the skin and eyes of animals that aren't adapted to it. The deposits of sodium carbonate, which was once used in the Egyptian mummification, acts as a type of preservative for those unlucky animals that have died. While working, Africa Photographer, Nick Brandt, discovered dead animals on the shoreline. I never knew there was these kinds of lakes or rivers in Africa. This river does not drain in or out of any river or sea, and they are fed by hot springs and small rivers. In a hot climate, this lake can be up to 106 degrees Fahrenheit. I think it is very cool how there were such places in Africa because I thought there's only deserts and countries and cities, not like these abandoned places. It is very sad how animals die and it is really cool how the animals can survive when they are adapted to it. The things that were used from a long time ago can still harm people and environment these days so we should watch those out.