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This is not a pipe. Nay, it's one of our René Magritte paintings currently on loan to MoMA The Museum of Modern Art. In today's "Unframed," learn about what took its place, at least temporarily: http://bit.ly/13CkYI0.

Beautiful Abstract Light Paintings Created With Lighted Swords in Pitch Darkness

If you follow the world of light-painting, you might recall photographer Patrick Rochon from the work he did with Red Bull Illume or his 24×360 …

Toy Camera Photographs Developed with Everything From Juice to Medicine

Ever wonder what resulting photos would look like if you developed film with various liquids found around the house? Photographer Matthew Cetta does …

Wood Box Storage Wall Keeps Micro Apartment Organized

A series of pine storage boxes takes up an entire wall of a cramped apartment in São Paulo, offering compact organization all in one small area. …

Interior Design

10 Gorgeous Stained Glass Ideas for Your Home

We know, we know. The first thing you think of when you see “stained glass” is probably a church, and you’re probably wondering what this might have to do with your home. Well, the art of playing with light is definitely one that historic structures the world over have mastered, but you can also …

Stained Glass

Easy Waterfall Braid Tutorial

You’ve mastered the French braid and aced the fishtail—It’s time to become a true braid maven and master the newest hair trend: the waterfall braid.<p>We asked Davines stylist Christine Zilinski, to show us how to create this sweet look at home. It might take a bit of practice but once you get the hang of it you’ll be braiding up a storm.<p>Even better? If you’ve still got more questions about all things braids and hair, you can join us for a Twitter chat with Zilinski and Davines at <b>3pm ET on</b> <b>Thursday</b> …

How to achieve no-makeup makeup via Bobbi Brown Cosmetics Our Video of The Week: http://into.gl/12KBV3U

Try This Five-Minute Beach-to-Party Summer Updo Now!

Celebrity stylist Creighton Bowman showed us a great way to take post-beach hair and turn it into a fun, summer updo. It may look like a lot of …

How to Add Dynamic Clipping Warnings to Photoshop

There are two types of clipping you probably try to avoid introducing into your images during post-production: luminosity clipping (when the …

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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

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11 Portrait-Back Wedding Dresses That Are So Pretty From Behind, It Doesn't Really Matter What the Front Looks Like

Fine, I don't recommend buying a wedding dress without even looking at the front. But I'm pretty sure there are a few wedding dresses here that I would buy based on the rear view alone!<p><b>Wedding Dress 1</b>__<p><b>Wedding Dress 2</b><p>Photo by: Mike Larson on Style Unveiled via Lover.ly<p><b>Wedding Dress 3</b><p><b>Wedding Dress …

Seeing War Vividly: Richard Mosse Stars at the Venice Biennale

How do you get people to pay attention to a terrible war? Artist Richard Mosse uses psychedelic color photographs to make your head snap—and cause …

Beautiful Light Painting Photos Created With Dancers and Athletes

Combining light painting with sports that involve long fluid motion is a match made in photography heaven that companies like Red Bull have already …

Ben Heine ~ Digital Circlism (j) This is a project Ben started in 2010. It is somehow a synthesis of Pop Art and Pointillism. In this series, Ben usually makes portraits of celebrities with digital tools using only flat circles on a black background. Each circle has a single color and a single tone. "Trends Hunter", the world's largest trend community, said about "Digital Circlism": "Through the use of graphic softwares and a whole lot of creativity, Ben Heine is able to create iconic faces from history and pop culture by drawing circles of various sizes and colors, in order to give them a dynamic and 3-dimensional appearance". The artist stated he has been making portraits for over 15 years now but it wasn't very long ago that he started developing this original technique. "As I've been working with digital tools recently, this came quite naturally, and I’m a big fan of Pop Art and Pointillism. "Digital Circlism" is a modern fusion of them". Ben takes inspiration from several photographs, then creates a brand new photomontage or a rough digital painting and he finally begins the long process of placing circles on a black background using image editing softwares and using his digital sketches as references (it requires between 100 and 180 hours of work for one portrait). In the people he chooses to portray, Ben often opts for celebrities he likes or admires, mainly singers or musicians, such as Bob Marley, Freddie Mercury, Eminem, Elvis Presley, Lady Gaga, Marilyn Monroe, Johnny Depp... (see the full series: http://bit.ly/9OGKBQ).

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Mirrored Photographs Combined with Watercolor by Fabienne Rivory | Colossal

<p>French artist Fabienne Rivory creates these unusually beautiful images by working with mirrored photographs and watercolor paints. Rivory has been …

Urban Zoom Photography

Avec sa série intitulée sobrement « Urban Zoom », le photographe allemand Jakob Wagner nous offre de superbes clichés en longue-exposition dans …

Advertisement for Death

Produced by ad agency I&S BBDO, the life-sized poster depicts a human skeleton recreated in colorful flower petals set on an arresting white background.

Unwoven Light

Rice University Art Gallery located in Austin, Texas has until 30 August to discover Unwoven Light, the name of this beautiful installation thought …

“There’s a trench coat for everyone.” There are also myriad ways and occasions to wear one. When you are on a roll, for one, like Natalia Vodianova in our February 2010 issue. See more trench coats in Vogue throughout the years: http://www.vogue.com/vogue-daily/article/from-the-archives-trench-coats-in-vogue/ Photographed by Annie Leibovitz

Twenty minutes after you stub out your last cigarette, your blood pressure goes almost completely back to normal; within 24 hours, your chance of a heart attack decreases. And now there are more ways to stop than ever. Here are the latest: http://www.vogue.com/vogue-daily/article/cigarette-break-the-most-effective-ways-to-quit-smoking/ Tom Wesselmann, Smoker, 1 (Mouth 12), 1967

The Monday Makeover: Punk, Personalized Introducing our new Face Mixer game. The DIY tool scrambles (and rescrambles) each model’s lips, eyes, cheeks, and brows together with the click of a button. Plus, click through our slideshow to see the before-and-after portraits and shop the final beauty looks. http://www.vogue.com/vogue-daily/article/the-monday-makeover-punk-personalized-the-face-mixer/#1

Ripped-up, deconstructed, reimagined: Punk fashion, celebrated at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York this month and previewed here, has never lost its charge. Click here to see more rebellious fashion from the May issue and from the Costume Institute: http://www.vogue.com/magazine/article/rebel-yell-punk-fashion-at-the-metropolitan-museum-of-art/ Photographed by Steven Meisel