Without the use of paints, Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto (aka “Vhils”) depicts, or rather, sculpts expressive faces on the walls of dilapidated buildings. He’s now one of the biggest names in the street art world, having had work featured on the cover of The Times after passing through London, Italy, USA and other countries. #Lisbon, Rua de Cascais

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Gorgeous Glass Sculpture of a Wave Frozen at Mid-Crest - My Modern Metropolis

Gorgeous Glass Sculpture of a Wave Frozen at Mid-Crest

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Graffiti de retratos hechos por Man o Matic

Graffiti de retratos hechos por Man o Matic

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Zeng ChuangXing... #streetart

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turtles mosaic in the home

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Agate as stained glass! So great.

Many-colored Glass

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Make your garden shed disappear with this amazing and fun solution.

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Butterfly Fairy Art #art #butterfly #fairy

Butterfly Fairy Art

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FROZEN SPIDER WEB IN ICE

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Blue Jay Feathers, kiln formed glass by Michael DuPille

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Field, by Ai Weiwei. Ming Dynasty- patterned Chinese ceramic structure.

Art Futures Kolkata: Art-fair musical chairs

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Natsuko|池永康晟

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KAWAI Gyokudo (1873-1957), Japan 川合玉堂

『講談社野間記念館で「川合玉堂と東京画壇の画家たち」を観た!』

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Funny but then I want a donut

Fotocopias Aranjuez Imprenta Aranjuez

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Travel: Iceland - Land Of Giants "If I wasn't already totally smitten with Iceland, looking at those awesome human-like and reindeer-like electric poles would surely seal the deal! This cool company flawlessly transformed regular and boring electrical pylons into creative parts of the Icelandic landscape." ExPress-O Even if it was just a concept art project.

exPress-o: Iceland - Land Of Giants

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tattoo...

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Pamela Tait

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‘Waterloo Teeth,’ as they were known, referred to any teeth stolen from the mouths of dead soldiers in the 19th century, and was a term even employed during the Crimean and American Civil Wars. Body-snatchers followed armies into battle, and returned home with bagfuls of teeth which they then sold to dentists and surgeons for a very high premium.

Dead Men's Teeth: A History of Dentures

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Thai deer headdress. From the collection of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

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Minton made twelve of these peacocks in the 1870’s and only nine are known to survive. This example has been roosting in the Walker gallery in Liverpool since 1891. It is made from earthenware majolica and it was modelled in 1873 by Paul Comolera. It was fired all in one piece, which makes it a major technical achievement as well as an artistic one, given that it is about four feet tall.

A Minton Peacock.

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Second Shot, via Flickr.

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Fashion Killa Love the detailing and the rock look! #tattoo #girl #woman #ombre #hair #rock #look #fashion #drawing #idea #babydiary

Fashion Killa / Ellewills

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Love the Colors

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Art Saves - Projeto Região Serrana

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"20,00 Bags Under The Sea” by Australian artist Jacq Chorlton. (2010.) Made entirely of woven recycled plastic bags.

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Yarnbombing And Giant Octopus

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