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The Inventive Cameras of Brendan Barry

The Inventive Cameras of Brendan Barry

UK photographer Brendan Barry takes the love of his trade to the people with this collection of hand made cameras. Some are small and playful, fashioned from lego pieces, loaves of bread or pineapples. Others are more...

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The Dollar Origami of Won Park

The Dollar Origami of Won Park

Hawaiian artist Won Park, also known as "The Money Folder" constructs a stunning array of three dimensional folded animals, insects and random objects from dollar bills. Won learned origami from his mother early in...

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The Recycled Dioramas of Anastassia Elias

The Recycled Dioramas of Anastassia Elias

French artist Anastassia Elias constructs miniature worlds with incredible depth and imagination inside discarded toilet paper rolls. Using a pair of tweezers, glue and cover stock which approximates the color of the...

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The Creased Paper Interiors of Simon Schubert

The Creased Paper Interiors of Simon Schubert

German artist Simon Schubert fuses multiple disciplines, from architecture and interiors to sculpture and illustration in these amazing, hand-crafted paper reliefs using the light and shadows of the page. By manually...

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History of the Microsoft Logo

History of the Microsoft Logo

Since 1975, Microsoft has built itself into the most prolific software company in the world. As creators of the ubiquitous Windows operating system and its suite of Office applications, the company has formed a...

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The Living Paintings of Alexa Meade

The Living Paintings of Alexa Meade

Washington DC artist Alexa Meade was set on a career path in politics long before she began painting and interned on Capitol Hill for 4 years, until an elective art class changed her life. The professor challenged his...

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The Photographic Dreamscapes of Erik Johansson

The Photographic Dreamscapes of Erik Johansson

Swedish photographer Erik Johansson takes his pictures into the realm of fantasy and dreams in this stunning series of digitally altered stills. No 3D software or stock photography is used in the making of these...

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History of the Nike Logo

History of the Nike Logo

Since 1971 Nike has established itself as the world's most successful sportswear brand. Its famous "swoosh" is one of the most widely recognized logos, bolstered by ambitious advertising campaigns and endorsements...

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Recycled Art by Jane Perkins

Recycled Art by Jane Perkins

UK artist Jane Perkins makes creative use of plastic in this series of elaborate portraits and recreations of classic paintings. While upcycled art is not new, what makes Jane's work so exceptional and stand out is...

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History of the Pepsi Logo

History of the Pepsi Logo

Pepsi is one of the most globally recognized logos in the world. Its rich history spans over a century and its current form is the culmination of many changes - a constant exercise in progressive minimalism as the...

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Andrew Myers Painted Screw Portraits

Andrew Myers Painted Screw Portraits

California artist Andrew Myers puts a lot of patience and creativity into his award winning paintings and sculptures. Using thousands of philip's head screws, some paint and a lot of imagination, Andrew builds...

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The Stunning Pencil Portraits of Franco Clun

The Stunning Pencil Portraits of Franco Clun

Italian artist Franco Clun demonstrates incredible skill with a pencil in these hyperrealistic portraits of people, animals and places. Far from the rough doodles one might expect from one of the world's oldest and...

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