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This Photographer’s Perfectly Timed Project Could Change The Way You Look At Life

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Some people believe in fate. Some believe in the power of coincidence. While I happen to fall into the latter camp, photographer Denis Cherim‘s latest project is bound to strike a chord with those on both sides. Cherim looks at each day through a unique lens with eyes trained to focus on the art of […]

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This Artist Creates Something Beautiful Out Of The Absolute Last Thing You’d Expect

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Although food sanitation laws are, of course, developed with safety in mind, putting them into practice often culminates in piles and piles of discarded meat. Unfortunately, as long as the demand for protein products remains as high as it is worldwide, this will continue to pose a problem for the food industry. As artists tend […]

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These Artists Illustrate Sleep Disorders In A Way That We Can All Understand

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Sleep disorders are fickle beasts. There are few things more infuriating than staring at the ceiling for hours on end with no choice but to watch the clock tick down into oblivion. As if trapped in a living nightmare, those who suffer from sleep issues know that they’ll be faced with the same problems every […]

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Tons Of Artists Use Pencils To Create, But This Woman’s Approach Is Way Different

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTAT_ATF’); }); “I looked into a carpenter’s pencil and saw a tunnel.” That’s what artist Cindy Chinn told ViralNova when she was asked how she started carving intricate works of art into graphite. After leaving the corporate world behind, this creator began seeing art in everyday objects — tunnels, elephants, shoes, and trains […]

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These Photos All Have One Thing In Common, And It’s So Chilling

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTAT_ATF’); }); When it comes to capitalizing on loss, 19th-century photographer William H. Mumler was an expert…for a while, anyway. In 1861, he noticed that a second figure appeared in the background of a photograph he was developing. Although it was obviously a flaw in the process, he knew that he could cash […]

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What This Artist Does Turns Invisible Aggression Into Something We Can See

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTAT_ATF’); }); A Dutch boxer by the name of Bart van Polanen Petel forces two worlds to collide every time his fist meets the punching bag. Otherwise known as Paintboxer, this creator brings artistry and athleticism together in a way that’s utterly singular. “Fists are my tools for creation,” he writes, but he […]

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This Artist’s Tiny Cityscapes Prove That It Really Is A Small World

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City skylines look stunning from far away, but when we’re ripped away from this gorgeous sense of removal and thrown into the fray, those views give way to gritty street corners and gum-covered sidewalks. That being said, there’s something transformative about urban photography. Instead of capturing inspiring panoramas of postcard-worthy cityscapes from afar, these creators […]

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