Brutal & Honest Sticky Notes that Sum up your Life as an Adult ( 30 Pics)

Charles Hutton, aka Insta-Chaz, has created some brutally honest sticky notes that sum up what your life is like as an adult. The Australian cartoonist...

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Charles Hutton, aka Insta-Chaz, has created some brutally honest sticky notes that sum up what your life is like as an adult. The Australian cartoonist started out as an architect, but he ended up doodling cartoons to get life’s little jokes across, and now he’s sharing his funny comics on social media. Needless to say,...

Sad Satirical Illustration About The Truth Of Modern Life

Italian freelance illustrator Marco Melgrati has an opinion or two about modern society, so he decided to share those in the form of awesome illustrations. His...

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Italian freelance illustrator Marco Melgrati has an opinion or two about modern society, so he decided to share those in the form of awesome illustrations. His illustrations feature pop culture, social media addiction, technology addiction and several other chronic problems of our society. He worked with several famous magazines, mostly for USA, Italia and Mexico. From...

Illustrations Portray Things Every Foodie Can Relate To

Foodies are those people who love food immensely, more than anything or anyone, those people who live to eat and do not live to eat!!...

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Foodies are those people who love food immensely, more than anything or anyone, those people who live to eat and do not live to eat!! So,are you a foodie? Pizza, burger, cake chocolate, ice cream they all are very good and tasty, especially for a foodie. Lingvistov has been drawing funny comics and illustrations with food...

A 3D Virtual Tour of the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica and Other Art-Adorned Vatican Spaces

The Vatican has posted a series of virtual tours created by students and faculty in the communication and computing science departments at Pennsylvania’s Villanova University.

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The Vatican has posted a series of virtual tours created by students and faculty in the communication and computing science departments at Pennsylvania’s Villanova University.

Tom Bob | A Genius Street Artist Is Secretly Turning New York Streets Into Art

Tom Bob is quickly building a reputation for himself as a brilliant and elusive New York street artist who can turn any street feature he...

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Tom Bob is quickly building a reputation for himself as a brilliant and elusive New York street artist who can turn any street feature he stumbles upon into extraordinary graffiti. Creating clever street art on common objects in the urban landscape, he’s perfectly personalizing his boring surroundings. Bob utilizes lighting poles, electrical terminals, bumps, holes and...

Van Gogh’s Famous Self-Portrait Morphs into a Photograph in a Short Video

What would a Van Gogh painting look like as a life-like image? What would Van Gogh himself look like — not as a series of...

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What would a Van Gogh painting look like as a life-like image? What would Van Gogh himself look like — not as a series of impressionistic swirls, but as a common photograph? Lithuanian architect and photographer Tadao Cern wanted to find out — so he digitally recreated one of the artist’s most iconic self-portraits as a modern portrait. Here...

26-Year-Old Frida Kahlo’s Compassionate Letter to Georgia O’Keeffe after her Nervous Breakdown (1933)

On March 1st, 1933, 26-year-old Mexican painter Frida Kahlo wrote this letter to her fellow artist, 46-year-old Georgia O’Keeffe. Even though the Mexican painter had herself...

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On March 1st, 1933, 26-year-old Mexican painter Frida Kahlo wrote this letter to her fellow artist, 46-year-old Georgia O’Keeffe. Even though the Mexican painter had herself been dealt an unfair hand including a miscarriage

Michelangelo’s Handwritten 16th-Century Grocery List

Here’s a peek at one of his grocery lists. One of the few surviving papers from the 15th and 16th century artist, architect, and poet is...

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Here’s a peek at one of his grocery lists. One of the few surviving papers from the 15th and 16th century artist, architect, and poet is a grocery list he gave to an assistant tasked with fetching his desired foodstuffs. Ever wondered what famous artist Michelangelo ate? It’s separated into three days by horizontal lines, and includes...

Beautiful Postcards Picasso Illustrated & Distributed Among his Friends

Thanks to Picasso’s innate talent in the field of arts, his letters are now considered beautiful and humorous works of art. We are going to...

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Thanks to Picasso’s innate talent in the field of arts, his letters are now considered beautiful and humorous works of art. We are going to share some of the postcards that Picasso sent to his friends, many of which he personally illustrated, quickly dashing off a note or a picture in a loose, wavy script....

Close Up Details of John Singer Sargent’s “El Jaleo” 1882

Google Arts & Culture (formerly Google Art Project) is an online platform through which the public can access high-resolution images of artworks housed in the initiative’s partner...

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Google Arts & Culture (formerly Google Art Project) is an online platform through which the public can access high-resolution images of artworks housed in the initiative’s partner museums. The project was launched on 1 February 2011 by Google, in cooperation with 17 international museums, including the Tate Gallery, London; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City; and the Uffizi, Florence. In this series you...

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