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Valley Villa by Arches

Situated in Vilnius, Lithuania, this contemporary private residence was designed in 2016 by Arches. Just a few hundred meters from the active city street and you can find yourself in exclusive surrounding of the park. Calm and harmony of nature. This sensation is enhanced by natural valley, the old Raguva. Sunny slope of the valley....
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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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Hilarious altered movie posters

Hilarious altered movie posters Earlier this year, a Reddit thread posed a simple-yet-brilliant idea. “Add ‘ing’ to the end of a movie title,” it instructed, “what is the movie about now?” With the addition of these three letters, the entire premise of blockbuster films are completely changed. Titles are transformed from nouns into verbs and...
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Floral Elements Embroidered Directly on Antique Soldiers’ Helmets

Floral Elements Embroidered Directly on Antique Soldiers’ Helmets Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė uses cross-stitch embroidery to soften metal objects that seem materially opposed to the craft, having previously worked with car doors, spoons, pots, pans, and shovels. In her latest exhibition “Kill for Peace,” Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė used helmets from armies of various countries, stitching roses, violets, and thorns onto...

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