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Sad Animals Facts That’ll Make You Slightly Depressed
 
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Knowledge makes you happy? Then how about learning some “Sad Animal Facts.” This is a series of illustration posted on a tumblr of same name and drawn by Brooke Barker. Each sad fact (for example, elephants can’t jump) is accompanied by an animal commenting on his situation. They range from sad to optimistic to jerkish. After all, jellyfish don’t have hearts, they don’t care. Word of warning: not all animal facts are, shall we say, in line with current scientific thought. For example, the one about dogs is actually a mistake. Dogs can and will watch TV, and there are TV channels meant for exclusively for canines. I don’t know if they’re watching “Keeping Up With The Pomeranians”, but doggie TV habits makes me doubt their much-touted intelligence. Brooke Barker is an illustrator who also does TV commercials and Wieden+Kennedy. Her work has been appreciated by New York Times, Rachel Ray, Laughing Squid “and her dentist”. She has also collaborated on the “It’s Different Every Day” calendar, which featured a different quirky image every day of the year. More info: http://sadanimalfacts.com/ https://instagram.com/sadanimalfacts/ https://twitter.com/brooke_rene http://www.boredpanda.com/sad-animal-facts-brooke-barker/
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Artist Uses Perspective, Miniature Car Models To Create Realistic Historical Photos
 
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Fashion Inspired By Nature  Russian Artist Compares Famous
 
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Rare Pics Of India-Pakistan Partition 1947
 
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Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 5 Years
 
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Unique Finger Painting Style
 
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Miniature LEGO Adventures By French Photographer Samsofy
 
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Spilled Flower Pots That Turn Your Flowers Into Streams Of Paint
 
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Artist Turns Ocean Stones Into Tiny Mandalas By Painting Colourful Dot Patterns
 
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I Capture Miniature People Dealing With Everyday Life Objects
 
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Girl Paints Incredibly Detailed Superhero Costumes On Her Body
 
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Fossils from Everyday Life: Plaster Cast Plant Tiles by Rachel Dein
 
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Artist Suffering From Anxiety Illustrates Mental Illnesses As Cute Monsters
 
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What if the demons of the man’s heart were actual creatures? A U.K. artist drew Toby Allen drew various mental illnesses as monsters. Borderline Personality Disorder and Depression look like Pokemon, but Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder are a lot more monstrous in shape. And, embodied as such, they’re much easier to fight, that’s what the artist believes. “The project originated from imagining my own anxieties as monsters and finding it to be a cathartic and healing process to draw them,” Allen told The Huffington Post. “It made them feel weaker and I was able to look at my own anxiety in a comical way. I wanted to expand upon this idea and draw other representations of mental illnesses that could help people in the same way it helped me.” More info: http://zestydoesthings.storenvy.com/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/toby-allen-real-monsters-mental-illness_55dde039e4b04ae497053e34 A Brighter Heart by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Disney Princess Wedding Dresses
 
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One mom sewed incredibly accurate Disney costumes for her daughter to wear at Disney World but now even the older, soon-to-be-married princesses have gowns to wear. And they look so stunning, they will definitely turn a regular wedding ceremony into a magical real-life fairytale. Japanese wedding dress company Kuraudia Co. has partnered with Disney to create a collection of colorful bridal gowns that look just like the ones in our beloved stories. In total, the company is making fourteen dresses from six princesses (Belle, Ariel, Rapunzel, Aurora, Snow White, and Cinderella). Each design will be available for rent starting in November, running at about $3,600 a pop. There will also be an option to get a matching Prince Charming tux for an additional $900. As stunning as these dresses are, a Disney representative has confirmed INSIDER that the collection will only be available in Japan. There are, however, plenty of reasons to visit the Land of the Rising Sun so why not get married and spend the honeymoon there as well? http://www.disney.co.jp/shopping/news/20170921_03.html
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Artist Create Art From Stones I Find On The Beach
 
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To be born and to grow up in Fano means to live in symbiosis with the sea and its stony, sandy shores. And one of the most amusing games in there, is the research of little stones of unusual shapes, similar to something or someone. As a father, tied to traditions, I passed down this exciting passion to my son Davide, when he was three. Quickly fascinated by what nature can give, and with the right amount of imagination, he did his best finding such particular stones with strange geometry. By assembling them together, under the beach umbrella, we have started creating compositions more and more detailed and complex. The problem was, that after making them we'd have to watch them being destroyed at dusk. Losing these, what for the two of us were, little artworks led me to the idea to put the stones on a wooden base, making them become real pictures. More info: http://www.sassidautore.it/ https://www.facebook.com/Sassidautore/ http://www.boredpanda.com/stone-compositions-stefano-furlani/
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Artists Recreate Kids’ Monster Doodles In Their Unique Styles
 
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Movie Scenes Before-And-After Special Effects
 
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New Car Covered In Rust Camouflage To Protect It From Thieves
 
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Cheap Cosplay Guy Creates More Low-Cost Costumes From Household Objects
 
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#KeiMieno’s Incredibly Detailed #OilPaintings
 
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We have recently had the opportunity to introduce the art of some remarkable painters currently working in Japan, thanks to a recent hashtag on Twitter which contributed to a sudden increase in the visibility of artists online. From the anthropomorphic animals of Tobihachi to the bijinga-like maidens of Nadesico Rin, and let's not forget the kimono-clad beauties of Kato Miki whose art adorns our top page, many talented painters are participating in this trend. We also introduced the remarkably photorealistic portraits of women by Yasutomo Oka. In comparison with Oka, the oil paintings of Kei Mieno may appear at first glance to be of a similar genre since they seem to depict human subjects with such a level of detail that they create an impression of "reality" in the viewer. However, as Mieno was quick to point out in our phone interview, he wishes to disassociate himself with the genres of photo- and hyper-realism. Although he respects the work of photographers, he considers that the value of painting should not lie in its ability to mimic the mechanical process of photography. Mieno wants to valorize the subjectivity of the process of "seeing". Just as our pupils automatically dilate when we are excited or interested in the subject we are viewing, the apparatus of our senses is almost immediately subjective, and this process happens before we attempt to convey what we see into language. Mieno's recent artistic statement provides further clarification: "What emotions am I feeling now, how strong are they, and can they be conveyed in words? The meaning of the words you use is never exactly the same as the meaning they have within someone else's mind. When turned into words, feelings and impressions end up being translated and transformed into something different. Such reflections are inevitable when you think about something which you truly want to convey. What I try to draw is the appearance of things exactly the way my eyes see them. There is a difference between the image captured by your eyes and then sent to your brain and the same image captured by your mind. Your emotions and perceptions alter the image’s colors and shapes. By drawing the colors, shapes and light as they are within me, I hope to convey all that cannot be conveyed by language." More Info: https://grapee.jp/en/96814 http://keimieno.wixsite.com/keimieno https://twitter.com/mienokei
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Mind Bending Results Of Mixing Random Photos Together Using Neural Networks
 
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How does the creative process happen? It is an essential question that scientists around the world are trying to answer in order to make computers smarter. The images you’ll see below are made by users of Russian website Ostagram, using the art technique known as Inceptionism, where images are combined using neural networks to generate a single mind-bending picture. Alright, now we have some explaining to do… The name Inceptionism comes from DeepDream, a Google financed project which originally had a different name – Inception (yes, based on the movie). It caught on and the art technique has become known as Inceptionism. Inceptionism is a part of a bigger dream: making computers smarter and even teaching them to create their own content. It is achieved by making computer system mimic biological neural network. Just like a human brain, this system is fed with a constantly increasing stream of data, that it learns from and adjusts its further behaviour. But if you’re not into all this scientific mumbo jumbo, then you can still enjoy the controlled randomness produced by it. More info: http://www.boredpanda.com/inceptionism-neural-network-deep-dream-art/
Dutch Designer Makes “Ground Fridge” That Doesn’t Use Electricity And Is Inspired By Root Cellar
 
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3D Art Museum In Philippines Lets You Become A Part Of Their Art
 
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Most museums don’t like to see their visitors take pictures, some going so far as to charge them for the privilege. But this is not the case at the Art In Island museum in Manila, The Philippines. Here, visitors are encouraged to interact and have fun with the art pieces, taking as many photos as they want. “Art paintings are not complete if you are not with them, if you don’t take pictures with them,” Blyth Cambaya, the museum’s secretary, told Mashable. The museum is filled with unique paintings that, when photographed from a certain angle, create optical illusions that make it seem like you’re, for example, stepping out of the painting or being attacked by it. If you are ever in Manila, we encourage you to visit this awesome museum and be a part of their art. More info: https://www.facebook.com/artinisland http://laughingsquid.com/art-in-island-an-interactive-art-museum-in-the-philippines-that-invites-attendees-to-take-photos-with-3d-paintings/
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Frida Is Strange Like Me: I Turn Inspirational Quotes Into Comics
 
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I’ve been adapting famous and inspiring quotes into comic strips for a few years now. The project, called Zen Pencils, has taken on a life of its own and is now a dream full-time job. For my latest strip I chose the words of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. To be honest, I was not very familiar with Kahlo until a friend of mine suggested I work on some of her inspiring quotes. It was only then that I learnt about her remarkable life, powerful paintings and totally unique personality. The main thing I wanted to capture in the comic is that feeling of seeing a piece of artwork for the first time that completely stops you in your tracks and grabs you by the soul, as if the artist is speaking directly to you from a different time and place. More info: http://zenpencils.com/comic/frida/
New Watercolor & Ink Cats That Slowly Bleed Into Paper By Endre Penovác
 
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Israeli Artist Draws Amazing Make Up Art On Her Own Eyelids
 
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Disturbing Animal Sculptures Inspired By The Darkest Human Emotions
 
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Jagged Wood Fragments Find New Purpose When Fused with Resin by Jeweler Britta Boeckmann
 
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Color Ballpoint Pen Drawings by Nicolas V. Sanchez
 
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Artist Nicolas V. Sanchez fills entire sketchbooks with drawings of the world around him rendered in precise color ballpoint. Portraits of families page by page, sprawling scenes of rugged farms and livestock, and near photographic recollections of people and places from residencies in the Dominican Republic and China. Sanchez often explores the roots of his own identity, delving into a bi-cultural upbringing that spans from the American midwest to his family’s rural history in Mexico. In addition to his exacting pen work, Sanchez is also a painter and works in a distinct style that’s quite different from his ballpoint pen sketches. The sketchbooks help him work through ideas to determine if they eventually meant for a larger canvas, or if they’re meant to exist only in the pages of a book. Filmmaker Jesse Brass recently sat down to talk with Sanchez in his New York studio for this interview entitled Resolve.
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Artist Balances On Surfboard To Paint Amazing Seaside Portraits Of Women
 
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Creative Planter Designs That Would Make Any Flower Pot Jealous
 
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Acid Attack Survivor Becomes Face Of Fashion Brand In India
 
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Photographer Travels 37 Countries To Take Pictures Of Women & Show That Beauty Is Everywhere
 
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Portuguese Street Artist Creates Stunning 3D Graffiti That Seems To Float In The Air
 
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Odeith, an extraordinarily talented street artist based in Portugal, creates incredible works of street art that will fool your eyes into thinking that they’re floating 3D sculptures. His mastery of anamorphic art and perspective is truly mind-boggling. We suggest taking a few minutes to look at his art, because that’s what it will take to deconstruct and see through his brilliant illusions. By incorporating the ground and the ambient lighting of a work into his composition, he makes it seem like his “floating” paintings are casting shadows on the ground or even giving off light. The artist is a true renaissance man, as he used to run a tattoo studio and also sells canvas paintings as well. Check out his website for more of his awesome works and read on for his interview with Bored Panda! More info: http://www.odeith.com/ https://www.facebook.com/odeithofficialpage http://instagram.com/odeith
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"Coming Out" Short Movie by Arjun Kamath
 
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#NASA Is Preparing This 17 Year Old Girl To Send On #MARS
 
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People have been fascinated with “the final frontier” since the dawn of the day when space travel became possible, if not before. With movies like Star Trek and Star Wars being at the peak of popularity and the global reaction to Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket launch, the interest in colonization outside of our planet has never been higher. But while some of us only dream of space travel, one girl is making it her reality. Alyssa Carson is a 17-year-old girl from Baton Rouge, Louisiana whom NASA is training to become an astronaut. Her dream is to be the first person on Mars and she’s aiming for the 2033 first human mission to Mars. And the girl certainly has everything she needs to get there. Being the first person to complete the NASA Passport Program by going to all 14 NASA Visitor Centers, Alyssa is also the youngest person to be accepted and graduate the Advanced Possum Academy, officially making her certified to go to space and an astronaut trainee. On top of astronaut training, she is also studying all of her school subjects in four languages (English, Chinese, French, and Spanish). “The biggest [challenge] is time and getting everything done at such a young age while also still attending high school. Continuing to train at a young age will also be further difficulties for me but I have done great with it so far.” Alyssa told Bored Panda. As her friend mentions in the video below, Alyssa is well aware she can’t get married and start a family, however, Carson understands it and is determined to put it aside in order to achieve her dream. Besides all studying and training, Carson is also a public speaker, aiming to draw interest to space exploration, as well as encourage everyone to seek their dreams. “Always follow your dream and don’t let anyone take it from you,” she says. When asked about personal inspirations, Carson said that “All astronauts, especially women astronauts as they have made the road for me to follow” inspire her. https://youtu.be/9ychKZIG8ms More info: https://nasablueberry.com/ https://www.instagram.com/nasablueberry/ https://www.facebook.com/nasablueberry/
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EverBlock  Customize your Space With Oversized Modular Lego Bricks
 
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New Hammered Steel Animal Head Sculptures by Selçuk Yılmaz
 
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Turkish sculptor Selçuk Yılmaz (previously) just completed work on three new mask-like sculptures depicting the heads of a lynx, tiger, and fox. Yılmaz uses thin strands of hammered and welded steel that give each piece a beautiful curved musculature. You can see more details of each piece over on Behance.
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#Girl #Paints Incredibly Detailed #Superhero #Costumes On Her Body
 
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Crime Or Art
 
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New York City-based floral designer Lewis Miller is on a mission to create an emotional response in a gloomy metropolis, and he uses flowers to achieve it. Mysterious flower arrangements have been appearing all over Manhattan during the last couple of months. Sidewalks, trash cans, statues and public plazas are the main targets of this guerrilla campaign. “Gifting flowers to New Yorkers is a simple idea that I have been thinking about for years,” Lewis writes on his website. “[I] hoped for smiles, the ones that happen when you witness a random act of kindness. That was my goal, my vision. Create an emotional response through flowers.” The series is called Flower Flashes. Each installation has a different vibe. “Our Alice in Wonderland installation was romantic, feminine and whimsical,” Miller told NBC New York. “Our trash can flashes are edgier and ephemeral.” The bouquets also vary in scale. The largest ones consist of thousands of flowers like roses, dahlias, and orchids, and, if produced for a client at Miller’s firm, could cost upwards of $10,000. “We try and use flowers from a previous event when we can. And by doing so, we give the flowers a second life.” The florist says he plants to continue the flower flashes and putting smiles on peoples’ faces. http://lewismillerdesign.com/flowers-for-the-people/ https://www.instagram.com/lewismillerdesign/
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Beautiful Ukrainian Creates Whimsical Children’s Portraits
 
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Katie Andelman is a commercial and portrait photographer based in Denver, CO. A beautiful person inside and out, Katie’s life inspires her work. At the age of 7, Katie and her family immigrated to America where she was allowed to find her own true self and follow the dreams that would have been impossible for her in her homeland, Ukraine. Now happily married to Christine, Katie was fortunate enough to find her own identity and fairytale ending in an environment of acceptance. Katie’s imagination flows freely as her photography explores worlds of endless possibilities and magic, where dreams come true and happiness lasts forever after. A fan of fairy tales since childhood, Katie incorporates her modeling experience and love for folklore to create dreamy, enchanting and whimsical children’s portraiture. Katie is an internationally published photographer both in print and online. To see more of her work, please follow Katie on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katieandelmanphotography Website: www.katieandelman.com 500px: http://500px.com/Katie-Andelman_Garner
Hypnotizing New Concentric Ceramic Vessels by Matthew Chambers
 
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Usually people describe staring at a spinning pottery wheel as being somewhat hypnotizing, not staring at ceramic artworks themselves. But such is the case with these uncanny pieces by Matthew Chambers (previously) who continues to push the limits of his concentric stoneware vessels. Every visible layer in his sculptures is individually crafted on a wheel before Chambers assembles them, with a single piece containing dozens of objects. The artist experiments with color, scale, and the patterns by which each piece is internally situated to form colorful gradients or suggest motion across a sequences of sculptures. Seen here is a collection of more recent work and you can see much more on Mouvements Mordernes and Puls Ceramics. Chambers will also have new pieces on view at the Campden Gallery in Gloucestershire starting October 10th. http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/09/hypnotizing-new-concentric-ceramic-vessels-by-matthew-chambers/
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Photographer Documents His Children Enjoying Idyllic Country Summer
 
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Adults don’t get to have idyllic fun, we’re too cynical and tired for that. But Emerson and Greyson, being two and one respectively, are not barred from fun. Their father Adrian C. Murray photographed their adventures as they visited their grandparents in various states of the US and explored nature. Murray swears that there’s no heavy Photoshop, since he wanted to show real childhood, not fake it. Adrian C. Murray, who describes himself as “a student of life as well as light”, is a photographer who residesin Kentucky. He took up photography to document his family life. “While we visited these places, as well as at home, we always go to explore different areas together,” Murray wrote on Bored Panda. “Years from now they may not remember these days so early on in their childhood, which is partly the reason we wanted to document all of these moments.” More info: https://adriancmurray.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AdrianMurrayPhotography http://www.500px.com/adrianmurray http://www.instagram.com/adriancmurray http://www.twitter.com/adrmurray http://www.boredpanda.com/end-of-summer-2015/
15 Year Old Artist Creates Awesome 3D Notebook Drawings
 
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Mesmerizing Agate Gemstones Look Like Landscape Photos
 
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What at first looks like tiny landscape paintings is actually agates, semi-precious gemstones. Varying layers and a multitude of colours and shapes naturally form beautiful scenes, designed by nature, the greatest artist of all. An agate is a crystalized form of silicate materials and it usually forms in a cavity of a rock, mostly in ancient volcanic lava. Changes in pressure, mineral content, and temperature determine the colour and patterns of these beauties. Agates are also one of the oldest stones ever found and used to be carried around as talismans in ancient times. Nowadays, they’re widely used for making jewellery. http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/landscape-agate
Jewelry Made From Coloured Pencils By Czech Artist
 
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Jewelry designer Anna Čurlejová turns colored pencils into unique, wearable art. Depending on how they’re cut, either honeycomb dots or long lines of color allow for some truly creative jewelry. Lacquer keeps the pencil parts in place. The Czech Republic based artist won third place for a logo design competition in 2007-2008, and in 2012-2013, participated in the Erasmus program at the W. Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland. Be sure to check out her Etsy store where you can pick up some of these unique pieces! More info: https://www.facebook.com/carbickova.design http://ad.zanox.com/ppc/?29541758C78078187&zpar0=%5B%5Bcom%5D%5D&ulp=%5B%5Bhttps://www.etsy.com/shop/carbickova%5D%5D http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/carbickova-colored-pencil-jewelry
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Incredibly Intricate Paper Cut-Outs Of Endangered Animals
 
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If you ever tried cutting a simple snowflake out of paper, you should be able to appreciate the incredibly delicate paper art by Patrick Cabral. This multi-disciplinary artist is based in the Philippines and he has just created a gorgeous paper cut-out series to raise awareness of endangered animals from all over the world. Cabral stacks layers upon layers of intricate paper cut-outs to create sculpture-like 3D portraits of animals from all over the world who share one defining feature - each of them is endangered. The highly complex and abstract facial patterns of these animals serve as a metaphor, reminding about their fragility. The populations of these pangolins, snow leopards and other majestic creatures are frail, just like the cut-out paper that represents them. Also, to do his part, Cabral sells his work through an online art auction site called Acts of Kindness, and as an act of kindness, he donates 50% of all the earnings to World Wide Fund for Nature in the Philippines. http://www.patrickcabral.com/ https://www.instagram.com/darkgravity/
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