Wednesday , 2 September 2015

Art

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20 Of The Most Delicate And Beautiful White Ink Tattoos

There’s something so whimsical about the subtle nature of white ink tattoos. They sort of linger on the surface, they’re not too visible, but once you do recognize them, you see how beautiful they are. In fact, white ink tatts kind of make you think twice about getting traditional black or colored pieces. If you’re not too familiar with them, ...

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The Boneyard Project: Old Planes Are Given a Second Chance with Art

Conceived in Spring 2010 by Eric Firestone and organized with curator Carlo McCormick, The Bone Yard Project revives disused airplanes from America’s military history through the creative intervention of contemporary artists, taking entire airplanes and their elements out of aeronautic resting spots in the desert, known as boneyards, and putting them into the hands of artists. Renowned street artists from ...

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Incredibly Detailed Balloon Animals By Japanese Artist

If you thought balloon animals are simply a fairground novelty, then Japanese artist Masayoshi Matsumoto has some balloon animal art to show you. Perhaps the most impressive thing about them is that Masayoshi uses only balloons – no tape or markers. Yes, there’s even a way to make those detailed eyes using nothing but balloons!

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Reasons Why People With Tattoos Are The Coolest People You Know

These days, tattooed people often take a lot of slack from the many closed minded people in our society. These people all have their own reasons as to why they don’t like tattoos, or don’t understand why people get tattoos, and they’re pretty set in their ways. However, it’s time to start thinking about all the reasons why tattooed people ...

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Artist Fills Pot Holes with Ice Cream Mosaic Art

Jim Bachor is the artist behind the Ice Cream mosaic art that covers up pot holes, because an ice cream is always better than a pot hole. He calls this series “Treats in the Streets” and the feedback has been pretty positive. Here are a few of those mosaics.

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Realistic Animal Lollipops By Young Japanese Master

Amezaiku, the art of making realistic animal lollipops, has been a Japanese tradition since the 8th century, but 26 year-old Shinri Tezuka is the young master making it famous again. There is no cheap or convenient way to mass produce the candy, and the artists have to endure painful heat when working the hot candy by hand. Shinri is one ...

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