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Alan Sailer uses a camera and some explosives to capture spectacular images of everyday objects exploding in slow motion. You'll hardly believe that they're real! Thats so cool.

Japanese artist Haroshi creates some truly impressive sculptures out of a very uncommon medium. By taking old, broken, or abandoned skateboards, he repurposes them for his artwork. We've featured his stellar pieces before , and now he's back with some more incredible recycled skateboard deck works.

Watch This Artist Create a Caffeinated Masterpiece With Coffee Cup Stains. OK, NOT teabag art - but COFFEE ART has to be a kissing cousin!!!

What are your products made of? What Cao Hui express through his works is unusual in art world. While the mainstream heads to optimism, Cao bring mainly depression to spectators.

Rob Sato "The Open End", watercolor on Arches paper, 22.5" x 32" (click image to enlarge), 2011

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