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a student of musashino art university in kodaire, japan, nasa funahara makes replicas of great works of art using colored tape and ribbons. they include famous works from famous artists including vermeer, da vinci, and van gogh. but in the hands of the artist they are no longer paintings and are instead compositions of small adhesive pieces, each one taking about a week to complete. The post nasa funahara uses japanese masking tape to

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Over the weekend, in a mass populist coup, a photo of a brown, freckly egg posted by an Instagram account called @world_record_egg surpassed Kylie Jenner's reveal photo of Stormi as the most liked Instagram post in history. According to the account's owner, she first posted the egg on Friday, January 4 and it had only 8,000 likes by Tuesday night. The egg first started gaining viral momentum on Wednesday, and by

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At Milan Men's Fashion Week for fall 2019, Prada decided to make a monstrously bold statement on the runway. This year, the designer label took inspiration from the 19th century: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The collection played with a lot of fuzz, fur, color, leather belts, goggle-like glasses, pinned hearts, latex boots, and a running lightning bolt theme. This made for an overall electric (literally, with the lightbulbs all over the stage)

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It looks like bondage is one of the fashion trends making it to our fall/winter 2019 wardrobes. Adam Rippon certainly made a statement on the Oscars red carpet back in March with his fetish-inspired Moschino tux by Jeremy Scott, and most recently Timothée Chalamet had a huge Internet moment when he wore a custom-made Virgil Abloh "hand-embroidered mid-layer garment" to the Golden Globes. Now, Versace debuts their own interpretation of

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Sketchbook by David Morales Hernandez Dina Brodsky (previously) started keeping a sketchbook at the age of 18, when most of her content was a collection of scattered thoughts and scribbles. Today, the artist and curator has transformed this practice into wildly detailed pages that combine architectural watercolors with notes written in an organized script. As curator-in-residence at Sugarlift in Long Island City, New York, Brodsky has organized an investigation into other

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Yellowstone National Park, all images courtesy of Scott Reinhard Scott Reinhard combines contemporary land elevations with historic maps to create three-dimensional environments of a specific region, city, or state. To produce the digital maps, he pulls elevation data from the United States Geological Survey, which he then embeds with location information and merges with the original design of the old maps. Producing these hybrids allows the Brooklyn-based graphic designer to gain a better sense

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Get Alexa Chung, Lucy Hale, and Jessica Biel's cold weather outfits, on a budget. Every week, I scour the web to find inspiring outfits on your favorite celebs and help you recreate their looks! This week, I was inspired by Alexa Chung, Lucy Hale, and Jessica Biel. Read on to see how you can get their looks for yourself. Celebrity Look #1: Alexa Chung's Chic Plaid Style star Alexa Chung roamed the NYC

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