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Awesome 2D Sketches That Appear 3D

Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki is able to draw 2D images that present the illusion of being 3D through the use of two sketchbooks and some creative angles.  For even more of Hideyuki’s work check out his website, Facebook Page, and deviantART Page.  Enjoy!

Fine Art Manholes and Sewer Drains

Art truly knows know boundaries.  You show me something that you think can’t be turned into art and I’ll find an artist to prove you wrong.  Check out these manhole covers and sewer drains that various artists took it upon themselves to turn into works of fine art.

LEGOs Train Bridge

A kind street artist by the name of Megx decided to take a drab old train bridge in Germany and turn it into something a little more colorful and awesome.  Check it out in all its LEGO splendor!



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Amazing Sand Artist on Ukraine’s Got Talent (Warning: Has Been Known To Cause Emotions)

First of all who even knew that Ukraine had their own Got Talent show?  Not me.  Anyway, I’m not gonna lie my grandma sent me this video in an email awhile back and I thought it was gonna be lame.  I couldn’t have been more wrong.  While the art is absolutely incredible it was the story that it told that really got me, and I actually think I teared up a little bit (I’m not really a crier either).  I found it very touching.  Hopefully some of you enjoy this as much as I did.

Have You Ever Seen 60,000 Dominos Fall?

Some patient soul built a bunch of walls made of Dominos.  It took 65 hours and 8 days of work and the payoff is a cool effect that takes place in 0:55 seconds.


Moss Art

Stefaan de Crook an urban street artist uses a high power pressure washer to carve artwork into the moss growing outside of the STUK Art Center in Leuven, Belgium.  Unfortunately the moss grows back pretty quickly so if you want to see it you have to get there within the first couple weeks of it being done.

Real Life Google Map Pins

You are here.  It seems that the Google Map Pins aren’t only found in the digital realm.  Artist, Aram Bartholl is the creator of these oversized real-life Google Map Pins, made of simply wood and paint.  Between 2006 and 2010 he placed them in various places in Germany and Poland.  So keep your eyes peeled because there may be one near you!

The Crevasse – Making of 3D Street Art

Watch as a flat piece of concrete is turned into a very realistic gaping icy crevasse. Another example of amazing 3D street art by German street painting artist Edgar Müller.