My Dribble – Daily Articles About Nothing Specific

You Throw These Out Every Day, But She Gives Them New Life As Beautiful Art

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When it comes to drinking tea, there’s nothing more satisfying than getting that nasty little tea bag out of your mug and into the garbage can. Even though they steep into something that we all love, the little packets are less than appealing when they become saturated messes. But artist Ruby Silvious could not agree […]

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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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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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We All Made Sand Art As Kids, But What This Guy Does Is On Another Level

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Was I the only one who slayed the sand-art game back in the day? Probably not. I remember my mom and dad covering the kitchen table and letting me have at it as a kid, at which point I proceeded to fill hollow stars and ponies with sand in every color under the sun. Were […]

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