Monthly Archives: May 2015

Incredible Glass Sculptures of Floating Jellyfish by Richard Satava

These stunning glass artworks by Satava Art Glass are well known and appreciated througout the world. The California-based glass artist Richard Satava creates these incredible Jellyfish using a technique called “glass-in-glass”, a glass sculpture suspended into a second molten glass … Continue reading

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Illustrations by Simón Prades

Simón Prades is a freelance illustrator from Germany. He works mostly with ink, pencil and watercolor with a final digital touch. Website / Behance

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Faces from KFC, a Watercolor Series by Dima Rebus

One Word – model: Mila (Di Jo) watercolor. 2014. Dima Rebus is a brillant illustrator born in Russia. His watercolor series “KFC” is a perfect example of his incredible skills. Website / Behance / Dimarebus / Instagram / Facebook / vk Do You Want to Know a Secret – watercolor. … Continue reading

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Art History in Contemporary Life Alexey Kondakov

Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov takes figures from classical and historical artworks and photoshops them into modern every day life, thus creating his ongoing series “Art History in Contemporary Life”. Facebook via [Supersonic][Colossal]

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‘True Face of Shakespeare’ Appears in Botany Book

Post by Tim Masters via [BBCNews] A 400-year-old botany book contains what could be the only known portrait of Shakespeare made in his lifetime, according to an academic expert. Botanist and historian Mark Griffiths cracked an “ingenious cipher” to identify … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: The Name Game by Shirley Ellis

“The Name Game” is an American pop song written and performed by Shirley Ellis as a rhyming game that creates variations on a person’s name. Lyrics: The name game. Shirley! Shirley, Shirley. Bo-ber-ley, bo-na-na fanna. Fo-fer-ley. fee fi mo-mer-ley, Shirley! Lincoln! … Continue reading

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Illustratable Untranslatable Words by Marija Tiurina

There are words that a lot of people understand but less people are able to actually define. Marija Tiurina picked and illustrated 14 not-english words that describe certain feelings and situations which no one single English word can describe. All … Continue reading

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Realistic Animal Lollipops By Amezaiku Artist Shinri Tezuka

These realistic animal sculptures that you can lick are created by a Japanese craft of lollipop-making called Amezaiku. Shinri Tezuka is the 26-year old owner of Ameshin, a small shop in the Asakusa district of Tokyo that combines the studio … Continue reading

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Outstanding Portraits of Indian Paupers by Roberto Pazzi

Elderly woman met in Jaipur (Rajasthan, India). From an early age, Roberto Pazzi discovered himself as a backpacker, but only recently, he started to explore his great love for photography. The italian photographer, who works as a sales manager, went to … Continue reading

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Ceramic Repetitions by Albert Yonathan Setyawan

Watchers – Ceramic – slip casting, 72x69x7 cm, 2014 Albert Yonathan Setyawan started his study in ceramic in 2002 at Faculty of visual art, Bandung Institute of Technology. In his works he combined simplified forms of human, animals, plants, and geometric … Continue reading

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