Carved Book Landscapes by Guy Laramee

This could be one of the most ridiculous things I’ve laid my eyes on.  The amount of time consumed putting all that detail into these carvings had to be out of this world.  Unbelievable.

Featured Artist: Henrique Oliveira (30 Pics)

I just recently came across artist Henrique Oliveira, and was pretty intrigued with his works that feature wood sculpting.  Henrique lives & works out of Sao Paulo, and has had his works featured across the globe.  These are a bunch of wooden installations that he’s done over the last 5 or 6 years.

Soft Guerilla by Kyle Bean

These are some recent works by artist Kyle Bean.  He made up what would normally be pretty dangerous weapons out of completely harmless materials.  Pretty dope.

Hanksy Strikes Again

The graffiti artist known as Hanksy has hit again.  These were done in the Lower East Side, and they’re both pretty dope to me.  What do you guys think?  I wonder if there’s any chance that Hanksy is actually Banksy.

Featured Artist: Yuki Matsueda

31 year old Yuki Matsueda received his PhD in Design from the Tokyo University of the Arts.  I got my PhD in Dopeness from the University of Kansas.  Real recognize real. 

Exploding Objects by Alan Sailer (21 Pics)

Who doesn’t like blowing stuff up?  If you don’t, we probably shouldn’t be friends.  This is a collection photographs of random objects being shot with a rifle.  They were done by Alan Sailer, who put together the camera system in his garage.  Dope.

Frikkin’ Amazing Carved Pumpkins

And he does it all using just one toothpick.  …not really, I have no idea what he uses, but I do know that artist Ray Villafane carves some insanely dope pumpkins. 

The Infinity Room

This is a giant installation from French artist Serge Salat.  I don’t know about you, but this room might freak me out a bit.  He uses mirrors to create optical illusions that makes this single room look like infinity.  Looks nuts.

High-Speed Photography

This right here is definitely dope.  Nothing like good ol’ high-speed photos to get your blood going.  These are taken from the front of trains throughout Japan.

Move, Eat, Learn (Videos)

I can’t imagine the journey that the 3 guys who made these videos went on.  They made 3 conceptual videos based on movement, learning, and food.  It took 44 days, 38,000 miles, 11 countries, and 18 flights to get all the footage to make these.  Pretty dope if you ask me.


Paintball Gun Graffiti

I always thought regular graffiti must have taken long, I can’t imagine how long this had to take.  Apparently, these are paintball legends that Mountain Dew rounded up to create these pieces of art.  They also seem to have some of the best marketing ideas.

Kyle Bean – Pencil Shaving Portraits

I can’t even begin to imagine how long all these would take to do.  They’re pretty cool, but I’d probably like them more if I had any idea who these people were.  Either way, they’re definitely dope.


Album Cover Collages by Christian Marclay

Art like this is extremely cool to me.  These were done by visual artist & composer, Christian Marclay.  I wonder how long it took to put all these together.

Mark Mawson’s Aqueous

Here’s some dope photographs from Mark Mawson.  They’re pretty crazy, they all contain smoke, water, and paint.

Strawberry Lime Blue Gatorade Vagina Pumpkin

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