Posts tagged art

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Yep, that’s a butt tattoo. But it’s much worse than that: it’s a butt tattoo of a Facebook profile of a person the butt’s owner has never met.

Read on to see why on Earth anyone would choose to tattoo a stranger’s picture permanently on their derrière.
You’ll want to sit down for this one.
Yep, that’s a butt tattoo. But it’s much worse than that: it’s a butt tattoo of a Facebook profile of a person the butt’s owner has never met.

Read on to see why on Earth anyone would choose to tattoo a stranger’s picture permanently on their derrière.

You’ll want to sit down for this one.

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Whether you’re a Batman fan or need to finish a Darth Maul costume, expressing your geekiness in a slightly shocking manner is only a contact lens away.

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Another plant-inspired life-sustaining device for humans? Yep. One more and it’s officially a meme.
Designer Chiu Chih created an artistic version of an air tank using a plant as a filter and oxygen generator. It’s ready for a post-apocalyptic world: http://cnet.co/17ETv7K

Another plant-inspired life-sustaining device for humans? Yep. One more and it’s officially a meme.

Designer Chiu Chih created an artistic version of an air tank using a plant as a filter and oxygen generator. It’s ready for a post-apocalyptic world: http://cnet.co/17ETv7K

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Two U.K.-based artists created this symbiotic algae suit that feeds the wearer, inspired by photosynthetic organisms such as sea slugs and salamanders: http://cnet.co/1a65hNx

Two U.K.-based artists created this symbiotic algae suit that feeds the wearer, inspired by photosynthetic organisms such as sea slugs and salamanders: http://cnet.co/1a65hNx

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Kimball Anderson’s comics feature superheroes, but not the kind with capes and X-ray vision. Anderson’s superheroes summon extraordinary strength just to do the things most people take for granted — walking out the front door or making small talk with a neighbor. Like their creator, these superheroes suffer from agoraphobia, an anxiety disorder that can make ordinary situations feel unspeakably terrifying. Check out the inspiring new take on comic books and coping.

Kimball Anderson’s comics feature superheroes, but not the kind with capes and X-ray vision. Anderson’s superheroes summon extraordinary strength just to do the things most people take for granted — walking out the front door or making small talk with a neighbor. Like their creator, these superheroes suffer from agoraphobia, an anxiety disorder that can make ordinary situations feel unspeakably terrifying. Check out the inspiring new take on comic books and coping.

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Behold this amazing 200,000-piece Lego alien city

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A California illustrator has put some of our favorite games onto adorable Little Golden Books covers. Awww.

A California illustrator has put some of our favorite games onto adorable Little Golden Books covers. Awww.

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The promotional art Matt Groening drew for Apple

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'Game of Thrones' chair made from melted keyboards

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Classic cool: Superhero style goes noir

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Behind the scenes with the world’s greatest ‘Star Wars’ collection

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A faux advertisement for an R2D2 droid, by Steve Thomas.

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"That’s no Moon," by Jason Christman

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Starting December 13, “Star Wars” fans in Seattle will get a special treat: “Who Shot First,” a gallery show of art pieces featuring characters and settings from the hit movie franchise. Taking place at the Ltd Art Gallery, the show will feature the work of more than 40 artists.
This is Greg Peltz’s “Copilot.”

Starting December 13, “Star Wars” fans in Seattle will get a special treat: “Who Shot First,” a gallery show of art pieces featuring characters and settings from the hit movie franchise. Taking place at the Ltd Art Gallery, the show will feature the work of more than 40 artists.

This is Greg Peltz’s “Copilot.”

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The only thing better than a zombie pumpkin is a 6-foot-tall rotting zombie pumpkin