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Paris Rooftop Photos by Michael Wolf Look Surreal

These rooftop photos that were taken in Paris honestly look like they could be paintings.  Photographer, Michael Wolf, took these after moving to Paris from Hong Kong in 2008.  Instead of capturing images of all the iconic landmarks around the city, he decided to focus on the dense rooftops surrounding the city.  He currently has an exhibition on view at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco.

Amazing Photographs of Animal Colonies

Absolutely mesmerizing.  Some of these photographs of animal colonies are actually a little terrifying, but all of them are very cool.

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Relive Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” with New Book ($35)

Writer & photographer, Ray Mock, has released his new book that documents Banksy’s 31 day stay in NYC.  The book offers a day-by-day first hand account of Banksy’s time in New York.  The book features over 120 photos and illustrations, and available in a limited edition of 2000 with a screen printed cover.  Head here to buy now.

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Hip-Hop Caricatures are Creepily Realistic

Cartoonized music personalities?  Brilliant.  Ryan Rittenhouse is the artist behind these comical caricatures.  The project features artists like Wiz Khalifa, Miley Cyrus, Steve Aoki, and more.

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You Need To Add The Los Angeles County Museum of Art On Snapchat

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or LACMA, made history last month when they became the first museum to join Snapchat. Their account is much different than you would expect from a world-renowned museum. Check out some of their best Snaps below.

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Jay Shells Heads to Philadelphia to Post Up More “Rap Quotes”

Jay Shells has hit another city to hang up some “Rap Quotes.”  This time around Jay heads to Philadelphia, with lyrics from Black Thought, Meek Mill, Action Bronson, and more.  Check out the full feature over on Animal.

Pixelated Works Of Art By Shawn Smith

Shawn Smith is an artist from Dallas Texas, whose works have been featured from California to France. These works are from his “Re-things” collection, which focuses on the gap between digital photography and the image captured. To create these dope works Shawn Smith cuts plywood or MDF board into 1/2 inch strips around 1/2 inch to 2 inches long, and then he hand dyes them in a mixture of ink and acrylic paint.

Make Up Artist Creates Cartoon Characters Using Her Face as a Canvas

London-based make up artist Laura Jenkins has taken her profession to the next level. Using her own face as a canvas, Laura re-created some our favorite cartoon characters like Cartman and Bugs Bunny. She even found a way to incorporate her own mouth into each one of her creations. Take a closer look below. 

Strawberry Lime Blue Gatorade Vagina Pumpkin

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