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Sculpted with an unconventional carving technique using only a drill and forstner bits, these massive hands are the new work of Andy Tirado. Each finger is individually carved down from a large piece of reclaimed wood with various sizes of forstner bits, which dig perfectly-circular holes with flat bottoms. When fully constructed, the entire piece is then worked over with a reciprocating saw,…Continue
Artist Seung Yul Oh recreates common Korean noodle dishes, but with a spectacular twist. Using synthetic resin, a pair of chopsticks float 12-feet-high, with dangling noodles flowing all the way down into the bowl.
Seung Yul Oh was born in Seoul, South Korea and got his bachelor's and master's degrees from the Elam School of Fine Arts at the University of Auckland, Australia. He now…Continue
Netherlands-based Edwin Kats has a knack for capturing small critters in an incredibly cute way. Within a 10 mile radius of his home in Nunspeet, Holland, you can find Kats hunched down as he shoots squirrels and hedgehogs from ground level. "I like squirrels and hedgehogs, in particular. because they all have a different character," he tells us. "I’ve met cheeky ones, shy ones and some really curious ones. Both animals are very active in the autumn and it’s also…Continue
The authorities at the Saudi Hospital where they finally found him said they had found his body in a rubbish heap near an industrial area in Arafat. The young Pakistani men who had been looking everywhere for him since his disappearance a day or so ago did not believe them.
They knew their friend and roommate, they knew the…Continue
Most of the time, fine artist Carmelo Blandino uses oil on canvas to create beautifully detailed paintings of flowers. HisSingle Flower Series explored the delicate beauty of individual flowers while his more recent flower series takes on a more messy approach. How and why did he completely switch styles? In this stunning series, he instead uses acrylic, a palette knife and…
Is it just us or do most of these dogs look incredibly serious? Hamburg, Germany-based photographer Ralph Hargarten is behind this intriguing new series called A Dog's Life where he's shot portraits of dogs with facial expressions we often attribute to humans. Set against a simple black background, each of the dogs lets his own personality shine through. (Love the suspicious-looking pug,…
Earlier we met photogenic Harlow the Weimaraner and his fellow canine buddy Sage. Now, the household has welcomed a new addition to their dog party—Indi the Dachshund. The tiny pup has seamlessly entered the family, adding an adorable element to the already sweet collection of portraits on the dogs' Instagram account.
Funny-faced Harlow has had no problem stealing the show but now he…Continue
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Nature is often the inspiration for architecture and design. We've even seen our fair share of fully functional tree houses, but in South Africa there is an entirely unique, hollowed out tree called Sunland Big Baobab that has actually been converted into a bar. According to the pub's website, the venue is the widest documented baobab (a type of tree normally found in the hot, dry…
No, that isn't a young woman with a full-grown white beard, nor is the image Photoshopped. In fact, that's a cat looking up, right in front of a person's face. This great and hilarious photo illusion, created in-camera, is what's known as a Cat Beard. Cats have been getting all the attention on the internet and now their humans are getting in on the action (with their help, of…Continue
We've seen some heartbreaking portraits of in the past and New York-based photographer LaNola Stone adds a few more faces to the mix. In her series titled Least Likely to Be Adopted, Stone presents portraits of some lovable companions in the dog pound near her neighborhood. The photographer specifically sets her lens on the dogs who have been at the pound the…Continue
Next time you have all your friends over, why not surprise them with some awesome ice cubes? From James Bond style bullets to ice that looks like your grandma's dentures, these are sure to get a few chuckles out of them. So sit back, relax, and have a drink on the rocks for me!…
After a number of frustrating evenings where 4-year-old Riley (aka Roozle) wanted to stay up past her bedtime, mommy blogger Casey Carey-Brown and wife MCB developed an innovative way to get their daughter to stay put in bed until she settled down to sleep.
Since Roozle can't read yet, a bedtime book wasn't the best option. So Carey-Brown handed her daughter some paper and a…Continue
Today, we've compiled an extensive list of 22 modern day sculptures that are as cool as they are freaky. These three-dimensional pieces of art are mind-blowing not just because of the materials that have been used but because they leave an indelible mark on our memory. From the hyper-realistic sculptures from Ron Mueck and Duane Hanson to the magically moving sculptures of Peter Jansen and…
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Here at My Modern Met, we're big fans of . The Belgian artist busted out into the art scene back in April 2010 when his incredibly creative series, Pencil Vs Camera, captured the hearts and minds of people from all around the world. Heine melds his love and passion for illustration and photography to come up with pieces that stretch our imagination. We've kept a close eye on the…
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Is that little owl yawning or singing? Belgian-based photographer has the answer as he's the one behind the adorable shot. "Little owls are CUTE!," he states. "They make you laugh with whatever they do! But when they start to yawn, my heart melts! This picture has been taken in Spain, with the help of . This is probably the male, who was clearly bored, while the female was…Continue
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When I'm at the beach, I like to create patterns in the sand, but I've never created something as spectacular as this! In A Sign In Space, Artist Gunilla Klingberg created a special system where graphic patterns are created from the treads fixed onto the wheel of a beach tractor. Along Spain's Laga Beach, Klingberg drives the tractor during low tide to build beautiful and…
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Ready for some "miniature" stories? Using tiny model figures and food, Seattle-based artist Christopher Boffoli creates fantastic scenes that mimic everyday life! His collection, titled Disparity, is shown in galleries all across the United States.
Why did the artist start down this creative path? "The hand-painted figures that I work with are…
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These fractal art images by Mistywisp are really beautiful. Fractal art is created by calculating fractal objects and representing the calculation results as still images, animations, music, or other media. I like the colors and…Continue
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