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Interview: Artist Quits Day Job to Pursue Passion for Beautifully Quilled Paper Art

Istanbul-based Turkish artist  left her job as an HR Specialist earlier this year to pursue her passion for paper quilling as a full-time job. "I began quilling three years ago," she told us in an email. "While I was searching the internet for inspiration to find the right hobby for me, I found a colourful picture that was made from paper using the quilling technique, but I had no…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on August 17, 2015 at 6:03am — No Comments

Spectacular Oil Paintings of Twinkling Eyes

They say that the human hand is the hardest thing to draw. While it may very well be true, it's the eyes that draw my attention the most. Ukrainian artist Pavel Guzenko manages to capture the glimmering gaze of the human eye with his impressionist technique. Each shimmering orb depicts a remarkable reflective surface, truly capturing the sparkle in one's eye.

Guzenko, who…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on August 17, 2015 at 6:00am — No Comments

Winners of the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

After months of seeing the  in the , it's finally time to announce the winners! Selected from more than 17,000 global entries in the categories Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place and Spontaneous Moments, Anuar Patjane Floriuk took home the grand prize for his incredible underwater shot of divers swimming close to a humpback whale near Roca Partida,…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on August 17, 2015 at 5:48am — No Comments

Amazingly Intricate Laser-Cut Wood Relief Sculptures by Gabriel Schama

Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama creates incredibly intricate, densely layered wood relief sculptures using thin, laser-cut pieces of mahogany plywood. He starts with a vector illustration that is sent to a laser cutter. Lasers carve designs into 1/8-inch sheets of plywood, which are then glued together and varnished. The result is a magnificently textured, mandala-like work…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on April 5, 2015 at 7:10am — No Comments

Whimsical Photo Manipulations Offer Lighthearted Perspectives on the Natural World

Using beautiful imagery and editing prowess, graphic artist Anil Saxema’s whimsical photo manipulations lend a fresh perspective to our view of the natural world. His work depicts lighthearted scenes of humans and animals interacting in amusing — and often surprising — ways. For instance, a woman hangs a zebra’s stripes out to dry on a clothesline, and a man re-stripes a giraffe…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on April 5, 2015 at 7:06am — 3 Comments

Jen Stark's New Color Dripping Mural at Miami International Airport

Walk through Miami International Airport, and you may just encounter this sweet treat. Paper artist  has taken her explosively colorful style and applied it to this brand new mural. The permanent installation is located between Terminal D and E, on the third floor, near the moving walkways. Jen Stark shared some "in progress" pictures of her work, many of which were taken by…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on January 5, 2015 at 8:39am — No Comments

25 Most Insane World Records

It’s human nature – we love to push our limits. Whether it’s a world record in the Olympics or just a personal challenge in our backyard, with every passing year new records are broken and the bar is set increasingly higher. In this list, however, we haven’t just compiled the fastest, longest, and farthest records to date but we’ve also made sure that they were the craziest, most abnormal records on the books. These are the 25 most insane world records ever.…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on November 24, 2014 at 10:46pm — 1 Comment

Delightful Penguin Cover for Your Floor Sweeper Makes Cleaning More Fun

If your household chores are feeling a little lackluster, then try adding some pizzazz with this adorable cover that’s meant to accompany your floor-wipe sweeper. It’s shaped like a penguin and fits through the handle of the cleaning device, transforming it from the conventional into the delightfully whimsical. The flightless bird appears as if it’s sliding along…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 20, 2014 at 9:48pm — 2 Comments

Incredible Knitted Sculptures Made Entirely out of Glass

Looking at these knitted pieces by artist Carol Milne, you’ll immediately notice that they weren’t fashioned with yarn. In fact, they’re crafted using something that’s much less malleable - glass! It’s almost unbelievable how neatly each fragile row is made and has the look and feel of fiber; this is especially astonishing since the melting point of glass is somewhere between 1,400 and 1,600…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 20, 2014 at 9:46pm — No Comments

Ethereal Underwater Photos Capture Young Woman's Deep Connection with the Sea

For Sacha Kalis, the ocean has always been her first home. Born and raised in the Bahamas, Sacha (who playfully refers to herself as "Bahamas Girl") learned to swim before she could even walk. Her mother, the wonderfully talented underwater art photographer , encouraged Sacha's natural affinity for the world beneath the waves, letting her freely explore an amazing environment filled with…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 12, 2014 at 8:07am — No Comments

Kinetic Bridge in London Opens and Closes Like a Traditional Hand Fan

British firm Knight Architects and structural engineers AKT II recently completed the Merchant Square Footbridge, a bridge in Paddington, London that opens and closes like a traditional, Japanese hand fan. Consisting of five steel steel beams that rise and fall using hydraulic jacks, the structure is both a kinetic sculpture and a fully functioning footbridge…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 12, 2014 at 7:59am — 1 Comment

Illustrated Poster Highlights 90 of the World’s Architectural Achievements

Have you ever wondered what some of the world’s greatest architectural achievements are? A new poster titled The Schematics of Structures by the online shop Pop Chart Lab celebrates 90 structural feats from around the world and throughout time. The image is presented as a blueprint-style infographic, and each building is hand illustrated; they are also accompanied by notations for…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 12, 2014 at 7:57am — 1 Comment

Striking Hourglass Installation Uses Solar Energy to Produce Electricity for 860 Homes

Buenos Aires, Argentina-based designer Santiago Muros Cortés recently unveiled the Solar Hourglass, a proposal for an enormous, hourglass-shaped structure that will use solar energy to produce enough electricity for up to 860 homes. Constructed from primarily recycled steel and aluminum, the impressive structure uses "heliostat" mirrors to reflect solar heat down the neck…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 12, 2014 at 7:55am — 3 Comments

Newly-Opened Markthal Rotterdam Features Dazzling 36,000 Square-Foot Mural

The Markthal Rotterdam, a covered food market and housing development in the Netherlands, has officially opened after five years of construction. It was designed by Dutch architects , and the nearly 312,000 square-foot space looks like it was well worth the wait.

The most striking feature of this arched structure is its colorful mural titled Cornucopia by…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 12, 2014 at 7:53am — No Comments

Powerful Laser Rainbow Beams Onto Toronto's CN Tower

During the past few nights, residents of Toronto have been mesmerized by a powerful laser rainbow beaming across the night sky.  The high specification laser light projection starts in Chinatown and lands squarely onto Toronto's iconic CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere.  According to New York and Berlin-based artist Yvette Mattern, the…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 12, 2014 at 7:51am — No Comments

Adventurous Mountaineers Scale the Alps for Incredible Photos

Although these stunning images might look like the work of Photoshop magic, photographer Robert Bösch (or Robert Boesch) captured these campaign photos for the Swiss mountaineering brand Mammut by carefully coordinating an entire team of mountaineers on the snowy Alps. Racing against time and extreme conditions, the team demonstrated their mountain-climbing skills and the…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 10, 2014 at 6:41am — 1 Comment

Newly-Opened Markthal Rotterdam Features Dazzling 36,000 Square-Foot Mural

The most striking feature of this arched structure is its colorful mural titled Cornucopia by artists  and Iris Roskam. It wraps around the interior ceiling and occupies over 36,000 square feet of space. Broken up into squares, each part of the image was printed onto perforated aluminium panels that were then attached to acoustic panels for noise control. Its subject matter…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on October 10, 2014 at 6:39am — 1 Comment

Winners of the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

National Geographic Traveler Director of Photography Dan Westergren, one of this year's judges, shares his thoughts on the first place winner:

"This winning photo of a supercell over the plains of eastern Colorado stopped the judges in our tracks. When we first saw the picture we guessed that the photographer probably had dedicated quite a bit of…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on August 15, 2014 at 2:21pm — No Comments

Exciting Arrangements of Food Suspended in Mid-Air

Rather than arranging foods from one recipe into perfectly aligned rows of ingredients, German artist Nora Luther created this exciting collection where the items burst into the air in an organized chaos. Created in cooperation with Pavel Becker, Recipes is a series of deliciously presented foods in unexpected formations.

Curled pepper slices, wedges of lemon, thick slabs of meat, pinches of…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on August 15, 2014 at 2:17pm — No Comments

Adorable "Pet Camper" Is a Miniaturized Trailer for a Small Dog

We have campers for humans, so why not dogs, too? Pet owners that love to pamper their pooches can now provide them with tiny kennels that are designed to look like the smaller version of what we’d take on vacation. Called the Pet Camper, it was created by Judson Beaumont of the Vancouver-based Straight Line Design.

Beaumont says that the idea for the product came to him several…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on August 15, 2014 at 2:12pm — No Comments

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