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Stone Sculptures GIF Art by Zack Dougherty (aka Hateplow)

Portland-based GIF maker Zack Dougherty (alias Hateplow) created these ingenious animated GIFs by the use of photos and CINEMA 4D, a 3D modeling, animation and rendering application. Hateplow captures HDR photos of the statues in galleries, scans them on his … Continue reading

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Sedlec Ossuary aka the Church of Bones

The Sedlec Ossuary also known as the Church of Bones is one of the most unusual chapels you will ever see. It’s a small Roman Catholic chapel, located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints in Sedlec, a suburb of Kutná … Continue reading

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Skeletal sculptures by Monika Horčicová

This series of skeletal sculptures is by Monika Horčicová, a talented artist from Czech Republic. Blog via [myampgoesto11]

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Fragile Skeletons by Giovanni Longo

Fragile Skeletons is a series realized with the wood recovered on the beach from Italian artist Giovanni Longo. As Giovanni says, the wood “is a sincere material that does not deny its own past and its own history.” The first wood skeleton was created … Continue reading

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Joe Murtagh

“Joe Murtagh‘s work is as dangerous as it is vibrant. The Liverpool based illustrator brews a brilliant batch of chic death and retro decay. His work is unlike anything we’ve ever seen really”…The way he delivers his work is done … Continue reading

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Aaron Kuehn’s Typogram

AARON KUEHN is an American graphic artist, printmaker, and designer/fabricator. His recent work includes the Bicycle Typogram and Skeleton Typogram – complex systems depicted entirely typographically using only the names of their parts. Aaron synthesizes traditional graphic art, technical drawing, and specialized typefaces of his own design to articulate these at-a-glance comprehensive … Continue reading

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The most gorgeous ad for funeral home services

When I think of funeral homes I think of muted colors like blacks, whites and greys. And indeed, funerals in Japan are largely a black & white affair, with any deviation from the code being considered taboo and disrespectful. So … Continue reading

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Discovery of Remains of England’s King Richard III Confirmed

  At a specially convened media conference, experts from across the University unanimously identified the remains discovered in Leicester city centre as being those of the last Plantagenet king who died in 1485. Rigorous scientific investigations confirmed the strong circumstantial … Continue reading

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