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See the world on a budget with these great travel websites

Merriam-Webster defines travel as “going from one place to another, as on a trip or journey.” While relatively straightforward in definition, people …

Stunningly Elaborate Scenes Created Without Photoshop by Jee Young Lee

Seoul-based artist Jee Young Lee devotes weeks and months to building incredibly elaborate scenes by hand for the sake of taking a single photograph—all without the use of digital manipulation. Confined to the small space of her 360 x 410 x 240 cm studio, she painstakingly constructs every last …

Small Spaces

Working Out With Supermodel Karlie Kloss: The Toned Legs GIF

If you are one of the 9.3 million viewers who tuned into the Victoria’s Secret Show last month, chances are you couldn’t help wondering <i>exactly</i> how <b>Karlie Kloss</b>—whose 6’1” frame has never looked longer, leaner, or stronger—prepped for the runway.<p>According to the model, fitness has been a way of life …

These Artworks Come to Life When You Place a Mirror On It

István Orosz is a Hungarian artist best known for his fantastic anamorphic art. The distorted pieces come to life when a cylindrical mirror is placed …

Intricate Hand-Drawn Flowers Bloom from Australian Maps

Australian creative Jessie L. Pittard is both a ceramic artist and printmaker who lately has made a departure from clay and towards intricate, hand-drawn installations that feature flora and maps. She's assembled a collection of indigenous plants from the greater Melbourne area, and the …

Art

New Mesmerizing Paper Sculptures by Jen Stark at Art Basel 2014

Los Angeles-based artist Jen Stark recently returned to her hometown of Miami to participate in Art Basel 2014, an annual event that provides a platform for galleries to show off contemporary works of art. On display at Eric Firestone Gallery‘s booth at the UNTITLED Art Fair were some of Stark's …

Art

Frozen Flowers Melt Away Dramatically in Blocks of Ice

To create his <i>Locked in the ether</i> series, Kenji Shibata froze an array of flowers in blocks of ice, temporarily locking the full blooms in all their glory. Then, he let the ice melt and photographed the weepy wilting and thawing process.<p>As the ice relinquishes its grip on the flowers, bruised petals …

Psychedelia

Large Chrome Mural Gives the Illusion of a Three Dimensional Sculpture

Graffiti artist Bikismo (also known as Joshua Santos Rivera) has beautified the streets of Miami with this optically tantalizing mural of a chrome-coated dog. Gracing the walls of Jose De Diego Middle School, the Puerto Rican artist's piece is composed of painstakingly mapped patches of color, laid …

Middle School

Innovative 4D Shape-Shifting Dress Can Be Customized with a Smartphone

The Massachusetts-based design studio Nervous System has created an innovative 3D-printed garment that is custom tailored to the wearer's body. It's a part of the creatives' Kinematic system, and they actually refer to it as a 4D-printed dress because when produced, it generates a compressed object …

Stunningly Serene Land Art by Sally J. Smith

Since the late 1960s, the land art movement has produced incredible art within nature, art which is composed primarily by the natural elements at hand. Rocks, leaves, and water are the medium and terrain becomes the canvas. These works are intentionally impermanent, they're often left to change and …

Art

Elaborately Detailed and Colorful Sculptural Paintings by Terry Hays

Texas-based artist Terry Hays cuts, assembles, and paints sculptural works of art filled with ornate details, intricate patterns, and bold splashes of color. The resulting pieces, made of acrylic paint on wood or sintra PVC, are incredibly unique works that portray otherworldly scenes through …

Handmade Book Features Mesmerizing Illustrations of Striking Eyes

Visual artist Artem Ogurtsov creates dazzlingly enigmatic books out of paper made and cut entirely by hand. Using watercolor, acrylic, and gold leaf, Ogurtsov adorns these books with florid, mesmerizing illustrations of the human eye, along with delicate abstract and geometric patterns. The title …

Visual Art

Abandoned Hubcaps Transform into Amazing Animal Sculptures

For over twelve years now, Brighton, UK-based artist Ptolemy Elrington has been morphing discarded hubcaps into amazing animal sculptures. While most of us see hubcaps as just replaceable car accessories, Elrington sees them as art, taking these scraps of metal and forming them into everything from …

Sculpture

Lovely Rainy Day Photos That Look Like Oil Paintings

Eduard Gordeev's cityscape scenes distinctly capture the moody ambiance of dark skies and rain-soaked streets. The St. Petersburg-based photographer often features widely recognized Russian landmarks viewed through windowpanes as raindrops streak down the glass. As the rain smears colors and …

Painting

Tour New York’s Underground Art Museum

HIDDEN ART<p>New Yorkers and tourists may head to the Met and MoMA to look at art, but many of the city's best works lie beneath the streets, as part of …

Mysterious Camouflage Self-Portraits by Lucia Fainzilber - The Fox Is Black

Camouflage has always been intriguing to me. It was created as a natural defense mechanism though these days it’s more widely seen as a trendy …

Artist Laser Cuts Portrait Photographs to Form Surreal Sculptures

Artist Justine Khamara physically dissects portrait photographs taken herself and reconstitutes them into sometimes-unrecognizable surreal sculptures. Once printed, the Melbourne-based artist slices, arranges, and tangles them into abstract structures. Completely digitally unaltered, the photos are …

Art

A Look Inside ‘Photographers’ Sketchbooks’

<i>The sketchbook of Alec Soth</i><p>The mechanical nature of photography often results in the perception that photographers are “button-pushers;” that they …

Mind-Boggling Optical Illusion Graffiti Looks Like It Floats In Mid-Air

Graffiti artist Odeith wanted to make his street art stand out, so he decided to create murals that are also anamorphic illusions. By skewing is …

Streetwear

Mind-Bending Installation Constructed with 1,200 Small Mirrors

If you attended the Sziget summer music festival earlier this year, then you might have seen this mind-bending installation of mirrors by Studio Nomad. The Budapest-based designers created the <i>Mirage Pavilion</i> which featured shiny, reflective surfaces banded together and wound around trees. Oriented …

Music Festivals

lunchbreakloveletters: “ asylum-art: “ Natural sculptures by Andy Goldsworth “Andy Goldsworthy is an extraordinary, innovative British artist whose collaborations with nature produce uniquely personal...

Natural sculptures by <b>Andy Goldsworth</b><p>“Andy Goldsworthy is an extraordinary, innovative British artist whose collaborations with nature produce …

Danny Lyon’s Unseen Photos Of NYC Subway Riders In The ’60s

Legendary photographer Danny Lyon’s photographs of commuters in the ’60s are on view for the first time at a Brooklyn subway station.<p>In 1966, photographer Danny Lyon returned to his hometown of New York City after spending years documenting the Civil Rights Movement in the South and motorcycle …

Civil Rights

Amazing underwater photographs by Indonesian photographer Hengki Koentjoro

Hengki Koentjoro was born in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, in 1963. He is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, …

Cityscape Daydreams Come to Life Through Captivating Composite Photos

Andrea Costantini's photo manipulations depict daydream thought bubbles by blending head shots with images of architecture and cityscapes. The Washington D.C.-based illustrator captures human subjects displaying thoughtful expressions as photos of picturesque streets and buildings hover over or …

Photography

Rebecca Szeto’s Paintbrush Portraits

All the incredible feats of illusion achieved by the greatest of painters throughout history are ultimately just paint applied by paintbrushes. These tools, which are essential to the portrait painting process, are eventually discarded while the works that they helped to create are carefully …

9 Things You Didn't Know About The Artist Wassily Kandinsky

Today is the birthday of Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky, a man whose abstract art made history in the 20th century and whose name continues to stump English speakers long after his death. The beloved painter and printmaker -- celebrated with a Google Doodle today -- would be blowing the candles …