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Women Chiseled from Wood by Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

Yoshitoshi Kanemaki new sculptures Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki  produces figurative sculptures with varying abnormalities and glitches, doubling the eyes on some works, while multiplying the heads on others to convey an impressive array of human emotion. Each piece, with sizes ranging from life-size to miniature, is first sketched directly onto a large section of camphor wood...
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Tangled Red Yarn Unravels from a Loom to Overtake a Brazilian Chapel

Tangled Red Yarn Unravels from a Loom to Overtake a Brazilian Chapel In 2011, Brazilian artist Tatiana Blass pierced the walls of a Sao Paulo chapel with large masses of red yarn, letting the bright material trail into the surrounding grasses, landscape, and trees. The installation, titledPenelope, was named after Odysseus’s wife in Homer’s Odyssey, a character who...
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David Bowie’s art collection displayed online

David Bowie’s art collection displayed online Bowie’s art collection was fuelled by his personal interest and compiled out of passion David Bowie’s £10 million private art collection has been displayed in full for the first time online. Hundreds of artworks owned by the late “Starman” singer will be auctioned by Sotheby’s next month, including pieces...
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Make up Optical Illusions that will blow your mind away

Make up Optical Illusions that will blow your mind away Artist Chooo-San creates mind-bending optical illusions on the body to transform ordinary people in incredible ways—all without digital manipulation. Using acrylic paints and a realistic approach, the Japanese creative fashions her subjects into cyborgs, animal/human hybrids, and dolls that are coming apart at the seams....
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Ancient Greeks may have built China’s famous Terracotta Army

Ancient Greeks may have built China’s famous Terracotta Army ‘We have discovered something more important even than the Terracotta Army,’ says Chinese archaeologist Ancient Greeks artists could have travelled to China 1,500 years before Marco Polo’s historic trip to the east and helped design the famous Terracotta Army, according to new research. The startling claim...

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