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Being True to Ourselves and Forgetting What Other People Think

<b>“Live your life for you not for anyone else. Don’t let the fear of being judged, rejected or disliked stop you from being yourself.” ~Sonya Parker</b><p>The …

Dazzling Splatter Ink Cheetah Street Painting by Hua Tunan

With a unique combination of Western graffiti styles and traditional Chinese art, 23-year old Chen Yingjie, aka Hua Tunan, is making a name for himself as one of the leading forces in the realm of street art. His work demonstrates his exploration of remarkable ways to combine two seemingly …

Multiple Photos of Iconic Places Taken Over Time are Sliced into Single Images

New York-based photographer Richard Silver captures how buildings and monuments change in appearance from day to night. Instead of exploring this in several images, however, he shows the progression in a single photograph. Silver's ongoing series is titled <i>Time Slice</i>, and it gives us an interesting …

Beautiful Scarves Give You Wings Like a Bird

Shovava, meaning “cheeky” and “playful,” is a unique line of women's clothing that features amazingly intricate natural details often found throughout nature. Created by Australia-based artist Roza Kamitova, each gorgeous and elegant piece is covered with the artist's hand drawn paintings and …

Dreamlike Watercolor Paintings of Iconic Skylines Around the World

Depicting iconic cityscapes from around the world using a keen eye for structural beauty, Maja Wronska continues to capture a dreamy and refreshing quality in her paintings. Encapsulating scenes from Seattle to Amsterdam, Wronska uses watercolors, pastels, and sometimes coffee, to create artwork …

Intricately Detailed "Litter Bugs" Created With a Collection of Vintage Objects

British artist and illustrator Mark Oliver calls his on-going series of assemblages <i>Litter Bugs</i>, but they're much more than the name might imply. A childhood fascination with his father's collection of electrical and engineering components influenced his creation of these intricately-crafted and …

Geometric Arrangements of Colorful Glass Reflect Gorgeous Patterns of Light

Given her last name, you wouldn't immediately expect that Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood's material of choice is delicate pieces of glass. Using small squares, Wood designs captivating arrangements and relies on light and reflection to influence her colorfully dazzling final products.<p>Wood …

Artists Spent Two Years Carving Intricate Woodcut of Stunning Landscape

After nearly two years of meticulous work, Pittsburgh-based artists Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth–known collectively as Tugboat Printshop–have unveiled <i>Overlook</i>, a stunningly intricate woodcut that will be used to make limited edition color prints. The duo, who are known for their incredibly detailed …

Illustrations by Carmel Seymour

With her watercolor/crayon illustrations, Carmel Seymour is delving into the boundless realm of imagination. Carmel herself describes her art as …

Maurice Sendak’s Rare, Sensual Illustrations for Herman Melville’s Greatest Commercial Failure and Most Personally Beloved Book

Something magical happens when a great artist interprets a great author — one need only look at William Blake’s paintings for Milton’s <i>Paradise Lost</i>, Picasso’s 1934 drawings for a naughty ancient Greek comedy, Matisse’s 1935 etchings for <i>Ulysses</i>, and Salvador Dalí’s literary illustrations for …

An Illustrated Analysis of Op-Ferguson

History has proven images can be a very powerful weapon. I am a fan of political satire and political cartoons, especially the widely unknown work of the great Dr. Suess during WWII. I created these political cartoons to express my feelings about the current situation in Ferguson, MO. I am a native …

The Vizzies: Now Accepting Your Mind-Blowing Science And Engineering Visualizations

Popular Science has partnered with the National Science Foundation to bring you The Vizzies! We're accepting entries through Sept. 30, 2014.<p><i>Update: We've announced the 2015 winners of the The Vizzies at popsci.com/2015-vizzies</i><p>Here at <i>Popular Science</i>, we’re big fans of visualizations—those often …

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