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Hungarian Artist Uses Lace And Makes Gorgeous Fine Art.

Hungarian artist Agnes Herczeg blends incredibly lace art with knotty wooden pieces and it looks unreal. Her carefully crafted figures are a calming celebration of our connection with mother nature. Herczeg studied textile conservation at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, and perfected methods of embroidery and lace making that empowers her to push the boundaries of those crafts in each and every piece she makes. Catch her up @  Facebook   Website    

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Breathtaking Portraits Of Ballet Dancers Practicing On The Streets Of New York

Omar Z. Robles began taking photographs of ballerinas less than three years ago. But, unlike carefully lit indoor studio portraits or performance shots snapped on a stage, his photos of dancers are taken outside, on the city streets, rain be damned. His subjects are often wearing pointe shoes ― sometimes paired with gossamer, other times jeans ― extending their arms and lifting their legs on sidewalks, near train tracks and smack dab in the middle of roads. He’s shot men and women from the American Ballet Theatre, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Ballet…

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Adam Saaks Fashion designer who uses a pair of scissors and creates ultimate outfits.

Watching Adam Saaks cut live is a see it to believe it experience. He brings an element of creativity and charisma to millions who witness him in action. For the past seven years he has spent the majority of his time traveling to the farthest reaches of the planet so he can bring his love for T-shirt cutting to the masses. He has performed uncountable live cutting shows throughout Russia, France, UK, China, India, Tunisia, UAE, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Holland, Denmark, Norway, Croatia, Austria, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, New Zealand, Australia,…

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Japanese Lego Master Builds Delicious-Looking Creations From Blocks

I don’t think I’ve ever felt so hungry looking at Lego blocks! A Japanese Lego creator who goes by the nicknameTary has sculpted one of the most delicious-looking collections of food made entirely from Lego blocks. From fruit and vegetables to bento boxes, junk food and even desserts, Tary has almost all major food groups covered! Of course Tary doesn’t only create food. He sculpts Gundam robots and Star Wars characters, each more impressive than the last. But it’s really his food creations that have won him the most recognition.…

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Minimalist Aquariums Filled With 3D Printed Flora by Designer Haruka Misawa

Designer and founder of Misawa Design Institute, Haruka Misawa (previously), has designed a series of minimal aquariums titled “Waterscapes” that include 3D printed objects inspired by undersea plant life. These works mimic coral and other aquatic flora that small fish use as hiding places, yet are all manufactured digitally. The objects are ones that would normal topple or crumble because of their own weight, yet because of their underwater location are able to exist as buoyant additions to the aesthetically pleasing fish homes. Within the series Misawa has also designed bubbles of…

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Serpentine Tattoos That Weave Black & White Ink by Mirko Sata

Milan-based tattoo artist Mirko Sata focuses on serpentine designs, snakes that twist around his clients’ arms, hands, and legs. The snakes he creates are typically done in just two shades— stark white and deep black. Layering and curling these creatures around each other, Mirko Sata produces a sort of yin and yang, placing opposite colors together with a force that seems to transcend traditional black and white tattoos. Mirko Sata tattoos at Satatttvision in Milan, and you can see more of his designs on Instagram andSatatttvision’s Tumblr. (via @thefoxisblack)  

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New Winged Insects Constructed from Video Game and Computer Components

Before old circuit boards find their way to the landfill, Portsmouth, UK-based artist Julie Alice Chappell gives them new life as winged insects. Tearing the boards from old computers and video game systems she cuts and sculpts them into crawly creatures that resemble butterflies, dragonflies and even cockroaches. The upcycled bugs are further adorned with other electrical components that form various appendages. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and she sells them through her Etsy shop.  

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New Magnetized Planters Allow Your Garden to Levitate in the Air

For over a year, Swedish scientist Simon Morris has been experimenting with levitating plants, growing common flora while suspended in the air. This system, called LYFE, consists of a planter that hovers just over an oak base powered by strong magnetism. Through this invisible force field house plants are able to hover while also turning slowly to give equal sunlight to each of their sides. Every LYFE planter is designed as a geodesic form, paired minimally with its discrete base to draw attention to the action of the vessel rather than…

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