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Alvaro Franca’s Typewriter Art

I've posted before about a typewriter artist, but here's another one — Alvaro Franca of Rio de Janeiro.

But I noticed that Franca uses a computer image to guide him. Isn't that like the typewriter art version of paint-by-numbers?

Posted By: Alex | Date: Mon Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (6)
Category: Art

Microwaved iPhone

Artist Kenny Irwin is selling a microwaved gold iPhone 6 on eBay for $6,660. Yes, he purposefully microwaved it. He's also signed and dated his creation. Irwin warns that, "Winner bidder will receive two NO A LONGER WORKING iPHONE because IT HAS BEEN MICROWAVED."



Posted By: Alex | Date: Mon Sep 22, 2014 | Comments (5)
Category: Art, Telephones

Taking Manscaping To The Next Level

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Daniel Johnson, a famous British hair stylist is taking manscaping to the next level with the intricate chest hair designs like the one pictured above. More interesting examples after the jump.
Posted By: patty | Date: Fri Sep 12, 2014 | Comments (5)
Category: Art, Hair and Hairstyling

Anti-Terrorism Coloring Book

Published by Really Big Coloring Books, which is hoping they'll be included in schools' curricula throughout the country. Though so far, it appears, no schools have taken them up on the offer. More info at NY Daily News.



Posted By: Alex | Date: Wed Sep 03, 2014 | Comments (9)
Category: Art, Terrorism and Terrorists, Children

Credit Card Painting

Artists like to come up with gimmicks to set themselves apart. Sandy Byers' gimmick is that she paints using credit cards as her paint brush. Full story at komonews.com.

Posted By: Alex | Date: Sun Aug 24, 2014 | Comments (6)
Category: Art

Clysmic Water

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Source of B&W image (in back page advert section).

If this ad were selling bottled elk urine, I'd buy the stuff. Luckily, the product actually sounded beneficial.

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Source of text.
Posted By: Paul | Date: Fri Aug 15, 2014 | Comments (10)
Category: Art, Business, Advertising, Products, Health, Regionalism, 1900's

Ashland Bridge Art

On a recent road trip through Oregon (while on vacation) I came across something in the town of Ashland that seemed WU worthy. It's an outdoor art gallery located on the underside of a bridge.

From a distance, you can't tell it's there. But as you approach, you see a sign identifying the area beneath the bridge as "The Path to Joy and Unity." It invites you to "open your heart and contemplate the magic that you will view." And then, as you get closer, you can see the artwork hanging upside-down.

Beneath the "Path to Joy and Unity" sign is another sign: "NO ADA ACCESS". So apparently there's no wheelchair access to Nirvana.







Posted By: Alex | Date: Thu Aug 14, 2014 | Comments (7)
Category: Art

Mystery Illustration

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What does this great illustration by Jan Faust depict?

1) Young lads who prey on MILFs
2) Embezzlement by cash register clerks
3) Lyndon LaRouche's theory of Space Lizards among us
4) An incident from the next Spider-Man film
5) The dangers inherent in our food supply

Find the answer here.
Posted By: Paul | Date: Wed Aug 13, 2014 | Comments (6)
Category: Anthropomorphism, Art, Women

Tattoo Baby Dolls

An art project by Sherri Wood. Check out the full gallery of her dolls at her site, daintytime.com.





Posted By: Alex | Date: Tue Jul 29, 2014 | Comments (7)
Category: Art, Toys, Tattoos

No piano drop

Catherine Yass has been nominated for a Turner Prize, so this means that she's a serious artist. Nevertheless, her plan to drop a piano off the top of a 27-story building in London, as a way to allow the community to "explore how sound travels," has been vetoed by the local housing association. Locals apparently feared her plan was "dangerous and ludicrous." [artnet.com]

Posted By: Alex | Date: Fri Jul 11, 2014 | Comments (12)
Category: Art
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