They aren't no David, but some are quite provocative none the less.
By: ZiB
Tuesday, Dec 15th 2015 (12:01am)
Further proof that there really is something for everyone on the internets, here's a gal who mashes her face into various breads. #7 is a challah, for those of you currently celebrating Hanukkah.
By: dave
Tuesday, Dec 8th 2015 (12:00am) | Thanks: slorum
Starting Nov 12, 2015, over 4,500 objects from the British Museum can be viewed online by people around the world due to a new partnership between the Google Cultural Institute and the British Museum.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Dec 7th 2015 (12:02am)
Interesting little interview on what it is to be the creator of an immediately iconic image in troubled times, and the uncomfortable reality of art celebrity.
By: dave
Tuesday, Nov 17th 2015 (12:00am)
In the high desert of Northern New Mexico, you can hear the sounds of a man entranced in his work underground in a cave. You will see a small entry that opens into a cavern, where Ra Paulette has spent the last 25 years carving New Mexico's sandstone into magnificent art. He's spent years doing this work with the company of only his dog.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Oct 24th 2015 (6:06am)
Brooklyn sand artist Joe Mangrum was recently commissioned by the Doe Museum in Zuidlaren, The Netherlands to create 8 original sand paintings in just 11 days, all of which were documented in separate time lapse videos.

A marathon opus of 8 sand paintings in 11 days reveal a spectacular series of creations! Enjoy all 8 videos of Joe Mangrum's masterful art time-lapse process and share the spectacle! Experience these superb one-of-a-kind sand paintings in person on view at Doe Museum from 22nd of May until 30th of October.

Here is #1 -and- Here is #2 -and- Here is #3 -and- Here is #4 -and- Here is #5 -and- Here is #6 -and- Here is #7 -and- Here is #8
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Jun 26th 2015 (12:01am) | Thanks: Squid
A Japanese man named Makoto Asano has created an amusing photo series of cleverly carved smiling faces into minicups of Häagen-Dazs ice cream, using only the contents of the container as his palette and the included wooden spoon as his brush.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Jun 3rd 2015 (2:39pm)
Artist Andrew Martis was commissioned by Holstee to create City Leaf Maps, a series of illustrations that provide a unique view of several popular cities in the United States with their respective streets drawn onto different types of leaves.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, May 29th 2015 (12:02am)
The man behind the work Italian sculptor Davide Dormino explains that he wanted to "represent three contemporary heroes who have lost their freedom for the truth." He says that they act as a reminder of "how important it is to know the truth and have the courage to know the truth."
By: dave
Monday, May 4th 2015 (12:01am) | Thanks: reddit
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Art, you ask? When you have to pee into one of these, you know what art is.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Apr 27th 2015 (12:02am) | Thanks: Karen
Plans are underway to erect a sculpture that memorializes the aid that the Choctaw people sent to Ireland during the Great Irish Famine. In 1847, the Choctaws pulled together $170 to send to the starving Irish populace. The gift established a bond between the Choctaws and the Irish that is still recognized today.
By: dave
Thursday, Apr 2nd 2015 (12:00am)
In a recent interview with the Philadelphia Daily News, the artist who painted a portrait of President Bill Clinton that hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. revealed a surprise -- the portrait “subtly” incorporated Monica Lewinsky.
By: dave
Tuesday, Mar 3rd 2015 (6:13am) | Thanks: holmberg
The Imaginary Foundation brings us the Cosmic Symbolism Fly-Through, which is exactly what it sounds like, if it sounds like a mind-altering web portal to a psychedelic fourth dimension. Imagery from the fly-through is available for purchase on a variety of apparel.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Dec 13th 2014 (12:20am) | Thanks: boingboing
Ontario-based photographer Stephen Orlando uses light painting techniques to capture human movement in his fascinating and beautiful long exposure photographs. He creates the images by attaching LED lights to people performing activities like kayaking, swimming, and tennis. He has plenty of light painting photography on his website.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Dec 4th 2014 (3:40am)
What if Superman was born in the sixteenth century?
And what if the Hulk was a Duke?
How might Van Eyck have portrayed Snow White?
By: dave
Monday, Nov 24th 2014 (12:01am) | Thanks: awesomer
Nearly 84,000 people came to see the famous Meat-Shaped Stone, which was on display at Japan's Kyushu National Museum in the southern city of Fukuoka, the United Daily News reports. The daily average of 5,995 visitors was somewhat lower than a previous exhibition in Tokyo featuring Taiwan's Jadeite Cabbage, which drew 21,000 people per day.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 28th 2014 (12:06am) | Thanks: arbroath
Meet Kate Clark, who makes sculptures of animals with human faces. Sleep tight tonight.
By: dave
Friday, Sep 26th 2014 (12:00am) | Thanks: rich cream
Photographer T. Q. Lee has put together a series of delicious-looking photos made from decidedly inedible stuff.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 1st 2014 (5:51am) | Thanks: awesomer
Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner added watercolors to ferrofluid and then placed them on top of a magnetic field. The results are awesome!
By: dave
Monday, Jul 28th 2014 (12:00am) | Thanks: reddit
Maybe a business person is at a coffee shop for their morning coffee and over the edge of that nonesensical report they are reading they see a glint of color on the next table. Upon second glance the see an oddly engaging object with a tag that reads: ART BANANA (free). They have a secret moment of delight and tuck the banana away in their black attache and procede to work.
By: dave
Friday, Jul 18th 2014 (12:02am) | Thanks: Volshebnik
This campy miniature automaton by Thomas Kuntz was a one-off made for a client who in turn gave it as a gift to her fellow who loves magic and the haunted mansion.It features a miniature pepper's ghost illusion,two automaton fiugures,a pop up rose and a small 18 note music box of Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven.The mechanism is hand cranked and machined from solid brass steel and other metals all very tightly organized into the rather small cabinet, visual foreshortening and special painting gives the impression that the box is much deeper than it actually is!.It has a small hand cranked curtain that can be closed when it is not in use.All of the figures,engineering,machining painting , ornamental details and model work are by Thomas Kuntz.The miniature organist's costume was made by Blake Bolger.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Jun 30th 2014 (3:36am) | Thanks: Squid
As it turns out, it is a woodcarving.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Jun 3rd 2014 (8:37am)
So you were wondering about stolen paintings and the like?
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, May 29th 2014 (5:21am)
You don't have to be a commercial artist to appreciate these whimsical and clever packages.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Apr 24th 2014 (12:00am) | Thanks: Karen

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