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More Cleverly Placed Street Art by OakOak

If you're looking for a little something to brighten up your day, come check out the cleverly placed street art by OakOak. The French street artist sees the city as his playground as he finds everything from stair rails and street lights to random markings on a wall to become a part of his clever …

Street Art

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen | Colossal

<p>In an act of patience and precision that boggles the mind, Dutch artist Suzan Drummen creates sparkling floor installations using an array of …

Vertical Landscape – Papercut Illustration by Eiko Ojala

Vertical Landscape – Paper Art.<p>Today I want to present you this beautiful papercut illustration by Eiko Ojala, a graphic designer, illustrator, and …

Paper Craft

Blueberry Dumplings The Star Of Lasting Summer Memories

When blueberries are in season, you don't need to turn on the oven to make a delicious dessert. Valerie Erwin says it takes just 15 minutes to make one of her favorite summer dishes, Blueberry Dumplings. She shared the recipe for <i>All Things Considered</i>'s Found Recipes series.<p>Erwin is the chef and …

Art

Flowers Artfully Disassembled in Photo Series, 'Exploded Flowers'

Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi creates beautiful kaleidoscopes of color with exploded parts of flowers neatly arranged in circular patterns. …

Photographic Composition: 4 Tips to Improve Impact

The art of composition is the creation of a visually compelling picture—a picture that evokes the interest of the viewer. Composition is a key …

Landscape Photography

Canvas Chairs: 2D Fabric “Paintings” Hide Real 3D Seats

It looks so realistic you could almost sit in it … and, it turns out, you can. But the trick is no mere optical illusion – the painting really does …