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Guy Gets Green Screen Tattoo in Homage to Rick and Mortys Portal Gun

Tattoo artist (Roy) Lee Rowlett completed an interesting tattoo for a client that wanted to do an homage to Rick and Morty’s portal gun— which allows them to travel between different universes/dimensions/realities. The ‘green screen’ themed tattoo allows the client to project any video/image he wants onto the area, which works nicely within the theme of a portal that can take you to another universe/dimension/reality. Check out an example of the green screen tattoo in action below! You can also see more fantastic tattoos by Rowlett on Instagram. Read more:…

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Multilayered Timelapse Captures the Chaotic Beauty of Scooters in Taiwan

“Multiverse” is a short film by Hiroshi Kondo that captures the scooter culture of Taiwan. On Vimeo he explains: A crowd moving in one direction. People who flow in a moment. A scene where the difference with other people disappears and looks uniform. There are many different kinds of life there. You can feel invisible energy when you see a large mass of individuals.   I set myself in the streets of Taiwan, and I multilayered a lot of time to create a new timeline that reflects individuals. With Music…

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Wintergatans Ambitiously Awesome Musical Marble Machine Continues to Evolve

Wintergatan (featured previously) has just completed the conveyor belt for their continually evolving musical masterpiece, Marble Machine X. The handmade music box powers a kick drum, bass, vibraphone and more using a hand crank and thousands of marbles. Words don’t do Marble Machine X justice, it’s something you just have to watch. If you’re interested in learning about the build process and seeing the project come to fruition, be sure to follow their channel on YouTube for weekly updates! Read more: https://twistedsifter.com/videos/wintergatan-musical-marble-machine-continues-to-evolve/

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This Chef Plates the Most Beautiful Sashimi Art Ive Seen

@mikyoui00 is a Japanese chef that has earned a passionate following on Instagram for his incredible sashimi art. Using the same basic plate to display all of his creations, mikyou creatively uses sashimi in his food art, incorporating the thinly sliced fish’s natural translucency for things like feathers on a bird or folds in a dress. To see more be sure to check out his wonderful Instagram page. We’ve featured a gallery of some of our personal favourites below. @mikyoui00 on Instagram @mikyoui00 on Instagram @mikyoui00 on Instagram @mikyoui00 on…

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These Retro 80s Album Covers of Todays Pop Stars are Totally Radical

FULALEO is a graphic designer and illustrator originally from Colombia but currently based in Melbourne, Australia. In a series entitled The 2080s “Past is the Future” the artist designed a series of 80s retro LP covers, using contemporary pop stars. He even made up album names for each one! If you’re interested in prints, they are available here. For more from FULALEO, check out his work at the links below! FULALEO Facebook | Behance | Instagram | Prints FULALEO Facebook | Behance | Instagram | Prints FULALEO Facebook | Behance…

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See People Age Before Your Eyes in These Incredible Timelapse Drawings

A Chinese artist who goes by the moniker of @sketch_lines on the popular social media platform TikTok, has been sharing an ongoing series of jaw-dropping ‘timelapse drawings’ that show people aging right before your eyes. Watching these drawings evolve is simply mesmerizing. Unfortunately I was unable to find much information on the artist himself or the process behind creating each piece. I would love to see longer timelapses and learn more about how he conceptualizes how each work is going to unfold. If you have more info please let us…

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Theres an Annual Light Festival in Prague and It Looks Amazing

© Marek Madensky For the last 5 years, the SIGNAL Festival of Lights has been largest cultural event in the Czech Republic, drawing over 2 millions attendees to Prague since its inception. This year’s festival, which ran from October 11-14 featured over 20 installations; most of which were site-specific, light and 3D projection mapping projects, often combined with audio. They were installed in the downtown neighborhoods of Karlin, Centrum and Vinohrady. The size and scale of the installations are hard to convey online. It’s a true sensory overload, a shared…

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People Around the Globe Are Filling Cracks With LEGO (10 Photos)

For the last decade, Berlin-based artist Jan Vormann has been patching crumbling facades with LEGO. The artist has been filling cracks, gaps and holes with the ubiquitous blocks and has inspired and encouraged other to do the same around the globe. In an evolution of the project, Vormann has launched Dispatchwork which tracks, documents and catalogues people around the world using LEGO to ‘reclaim their share of the public space’. For more on the project as well as an interactive map of pictures and locations around the world of LEGO…

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35 Thought-Provoking Illustrations That I Created Over The Past Couple Of Years

In 2010 I made a five-month trip from Sydney to Beijing. During my travels, I met so many great artists and designers that I knew that as soon as I returned home to Germany illustration would be my new path. I worked on watercolor drawings and portraits, but something was missing and it would take me months to find my personal style. I was looking for a fast and bold way to bring the images and thoughts out of my head. So I started a series of illustrations called “Mindshots”…

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Double Exposure Murals That Show Multiple Artworks with 3D Glasses

Insane51 is an incredible street artist from Athens, Greece that has garnered worldwide recognition for his ‘double exposure 3D style’ murals that show different artworks when viewed through the red/blue lenses of 3D glasses. Part of the Sake Tattoo Crew, Insane51 travels the globe, painting walls around the world at various street art festivals and exhibitions. To see more amazing works check out his Instagram page, @insane51   Artwork by @Insane51 on Instagram Artwork by @Insane51 on Instagram Artwork by @Insane51 on Instagram Artwork by @Insane51 on Instagram Artwork by…

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Brushstrokes in Time by David Ambarzumjan

19-year-old David Ambarzumjan is an amazing artist and painter living in Munich, Germany. In an ongoing series of oil paintings entitled, Brushstrokes in Time: Ambarzumjan juxtaposes what was, what is and what can be, using outer space as a canvas to tap into different times and places and explore how the force of nature and above all, humanity shaped our earth. Ambarzumjan currently auctions the miniature 20×20 cm paintings on his Instagram page, while the larger work is available as a print through Society6. Below you will find highlights from…

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When You Take Your 360 Camera and Some Steel Wool Out for the Night

Photograph by Rod EvansInstagram | Prints Photographer Rod Evans took this 20 second long exposure with some steel wool (lit) and a 360 camera. He then took the raw image and gave it the ‘tiny planet’ effect. On reddit, where Evans shared the photo, he adds: The camera I have is the Insta360 ONE. To do this shot I placed the camera on the ground about 2 metres away from me and set it to a 15 sec countdown timer which gave me time to find my position and have…

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A Japanese Architecture Firm Designed the Coolest Kindergarten Ever

Design by Tezuka Architects | Photograph by Katsuhisa Kida At the award-winning Fuji Kindergarten in Tokyo, children run endless laps around a ringed roof that doubles as a playground. Completed in 2007 by Tezuka Architects, the Montessori can accommodate up to 600 children aged 2-6. The continuous space allows children to freely explore, discover and interact with their environment. There is no play equipment installed and the roof is only 2.1 metres tall (6’8″), allowing a close connection between levels. Children can scramble up a bank and climb a set…

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Artist Makes Intricate Animal Cutouts and Lets Nature Fill in the Rest

Faye Halliday is a travelling artist best known for her incredible black marker illustrations. Originally from the UK and currently living in Costa Rica, the artist has amassed huge followings on Instagram and Facebook as she shares her ongoing artworks and creative pursuits. In an ongoing series of illustrated paper cutouts, Faye has been using nature’s vibrant palette to fill in her works and she has been using the results as inspiration for her colored prints and canvases. Below you will find highlights from this series but you can find…

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