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Pop Cans Transformed Into Icons Of Pop Culture
Aluminum cans loose their value as soon as you've finished drinking their contents. What makes Japanese artist Makaon’s art so special is that he brings back priceless, artistic value to these old cans. If you haven’t lived under a rock for the past twenty years, you should be able to recognize the characters that are portrayed in his work. If not, you have over twenty years of pop culture references to catch up on!
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via   yahoo.co.jp
Fresh Guacamole is the shortest film ever nominated for an Oscar. It is extremely satisfying.
PES is the creator of some of the most widely viewed stop-motion films of all-time. In Fresh Guacamole, he prepares the homemade dip using a baseball, dices and a lightbulb to represent the diced onions, tomatoes and jalapeño peppers.

Watching this video should make you hungry for guacamole!
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via   youtube.com
Only Glue And Over 300,000 Toothpicks Have Been Used In This Toothpick City
American Bob Morehead is passionate about toothpicks. It might seem like an odd passion at first glance, but his work proves that his passion and artistic talent is what allows us to pick him from a crowd. Over 8 years have been poured into his Toothpick City, and an estimated 300,000 toothpicks have sacrificed their original purpose to become part of his impressive piece.

Shown above is only a section of the city. It is made with over 100,000 toothpicks and is still work-in-progress.
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via   bobstoothpickcity.com
The Father Who Captured His Autistic Son's World
Timothy Archibald is a talented photographer. He is also the father of a child living with autism. When his son Elijah was 5 years old, he began a new photography project that centred around his unique behaviour. With the initial intentions of showing the candid moments of Elijah’s world to behavioural specialists, Archibald started a project that grew into so much more.

The photography sessions became not only a father-son bonding experience, but also a visual language between the pair. Without saying a single word, the portraits below are honest, eye-opening and heartfelt.
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via   timothyarchibald.com
Artist Draws With Colored Pencils, Then Integrates Them In His Drawings
Conceptual artist Federico Uribe uses mundane objects for his projects. In Color Construido, that object happened to be the basic, kid-friendly colored pencil. By cutting pencils of all kinds, Uribe creates impressive drawing-sculpture hybrids. His work has been featured in countless magazines, including Architectural Digest, Vogue and The NY times.
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via   federicouribe.com
An Impressive and Heartwarming Long Distance Love Story
Winner of the Nokia Shorts competition and shot exclusively on the Nokia N8 phone, 'Splitscreen: A Love Story' is as original as short films come. Director James W Griffiths brings a unique twist to portraying a typical day for a long-distance couple. The differences and resemblances between both screens is heartwarming and impressive, seeing as it was all filmed on a phone. Goes to show that tools are only a small part of the equation.
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via   vimeo.com
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