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  • The Beauty Of Bruises I Captured These Mini-Galaxies On The Butts Of Roller-Derby Girls
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    Working on my art, I often return to a certain thought: I hope people could see the beauty of bruises. I painted and sculpted the bums to capture momentary marks that are seen in a completely different light in the mainstream than inside the subculture of roller derby girls. I started to pay attention to the girls’ habit of showing off the derby kisses on the side of the pitch when I was training with my team, London Rollergirls Recreational League.
  • 25 Mind-Twisting Optical Illusion Paintings By Rob Gonsalves
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    The beautiful and mind-bending illusions in Canadian artist Robert Gonsalves' paintings have a fun way of twisting your perception and causing you to question what in his paintings, if anything, is real. Most have an unclear boundary between the multiple stories they tell, which forces the viewer to jump back and forth between them - like an optical illusion that changes every time you look at it.
  • After Becoming A Mom, I Couldn’t Find Time To Paint, So I Started Doing One Tiny Drawing A Day
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    Eleven years ago I attended the Tom Bishop Miniature show in Chicago with my mother. She encouraged me to check it out on a professional level. I had already been painting with oils and acrylics, and many of my paintings were already small, but not miniature.
  • 16+ Perfectly Timed Photos That Turn Dogs Into Giants
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    No, giant dogs have not invaded earth. These photos of enormous pooches create the illusion of great size through the intentional or accidental use of mixed distances without clear reference points.
  • Van Gogh Documentary To Be First Completely Painted Feature Film Ever
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    Did you know that “Loving Vincent” will be the world's first feature length painted animation, with every shot painted with oil paints on canvas, just as Van Gogh himself painted? Directed by the classically trained Dorota Kobiela and based out of Poland, over 100 painters were needed to create the film's 12 oil paintings per-second animation. According to IMDB, the film should be released sometime this year.

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