Underwater Gun Shots Turned Into Flowers
Nothing says 'I Love You Mom' like a bouquet of bullets!

Giving guns n' roses a whole new meaning, Andrew Tuohy successfully managed to shoot a gun underwater and then proceed to use the hollow jackets as flowers. The popular blogger and weapon expert welded stems onto the jackets and added a few gems for decoration too. He later offered them to his mom. Cute. (…?)

P.S. this is NOT a DIY.
via   vuurwapenblog.com
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Photographer Captures Perfectly Our Worn Out Society
Falling is unfortunate, but seeing someone fall is funny. "In Extremis (Bodies With No Regret)" is a photographic project by Sandro Giordano that explores that same notion. The series showcases the very moment that his characters let themselves crash from fatigue into the ground without even trying to stop their fall. More than just funny photos, Giordano says that it is a representation of living and that we are limited in our existence by our appearance, which is what he tries to convey through his quirky characters and their collapse.
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Impressive Beach Art Made With Nothing But A Garden Rake
San Francisco's Andres Amador is an earth-scape artist. With nothing more than a rake, Amador is able to produce geometric designs and patterns onto beaches during the low tide. It takes him around 2 hours to etch his designs, all around an estimated 90,000 sqft in size. Amador explains that the temporariness of his artwork does not bother him, but that it actually accentuates the enjoyable process instead of the result.
via   andresamadorarts.com
Paper Sculptures Made From One Single Piece Of Paper
Exquisite and fragile seem to be what Danish born artist, Peter Callesen, eats for breakfast. His intricate sculptures are all made from paper and as if that wasn't impressive enough, he makes each individual sculpture from only one piece of A4 paper. He uses paper as his material of choice because he claims it's probably the most common and consumed media used for carrying information today.
via   petercallesen.com
A Clever Visual Representation Of Famous Quotes
From Albert Einstein to Bob Marley, the world has heard some pretty stellar quotes. What Toronto based artist, Ryan McArthur, is doing with them is adding meaningful visual representation that helps get those same great messages across on a artistic platform. His minimalist designs will surely inspire you!
via   designdifferent.ca
Scrupulous Sculptures Cut From Layers of Wire Mesh
What Korean sculptor, Seung Mo Park, does is break the mold of classic sculpting. He creates gorgeous life-like portraits by cutting layers upon layers of wire mesh. As meticulous as his process is, the end result of his labour is consistently mesmerizing. He first starts his pieces by projecting a photograph onto overlying layers of mesh and then the real work begins. Park achieves his ambitious designs using a subtractive technique in which he steadily cuts away areas of mesh and snips the wires for finer details.

Entitled "Maya" (which translates to "Illusion" in Sanskrit), his latest series lives up to its name. Although it's hard to see in photographs, each individual artwork is, in fact, several inches thick.
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