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Abyssal: Amazing Optical Illusion by Regina Silveira

Abyssal: Amazing Optical Illusion by Regina Silveira

“Abyssal is an image of an abyss constructed in vertical anamorphosis, in which successive lines of windows in great perspectival compression provoke the perception of a space in depth, which will function as a virtual hole able to provide uncanny spatial distortions. This large-format digital image also involves a temporal dimension – since through it I sought to recover, almost archaeologically, the memory of the old-fashioned windows of the market that used to operate in this building.” (Designer: Regina Silveira)

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I Drew These On My Bathroom Mirror

I Drew These On My Bathroom Mirror

I started creating them after drawing on my mirror with lipstick, and leaving little messages for my roommate. I make them out of chalk markers, and posca markers, and some acrylic markers sometimes. I bought my last markers in New York, and the sales person just couldn’t understand why I needed all those acrylic markers to draw on mirrors. Later that night, I drew Brooklyn Bridge on my hotel room mirror in Mid town (it was a nice hotel too, with a huuuge mirror… but I decided to remove the mirror art before I left).

To get my mirror selfies to fit right, it’s kind of funny because some of them really look so weird, especially when I have “guests in the mirror” we just crack up so much, then you have to take a few.

Normally, it takes less than 30 min to draw, but I can really get lost in the process and enjoy it.

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You can’t be sad when jumping out of a cupcake

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This app would be called iGeenie and would be sold on iTunes

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Magic

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Super Mario

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Twice a day

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I Love Seagulls!

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Say “Hello!”

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Love

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Sometimes it’s easy to follow your dreams

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Crying

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Thug Life

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You are what you eat

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Breaking Bad

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Building castles in the clouds

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BRB! I’ll Just Grab Something

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Mirror drawing by Mirrorsme in the Norwegian ambassador’s residence (D.C)

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Merry Christmas morning

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Pippi Longstocking

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Batman and Joker – BFF’s in reality

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Here we go pink helicopter

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Good night, collecting wishes

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[Sponsor] Fresh Blood Hunt: Vote for the Winners

[Sponsor] Fresh Blood Hunt: Vote for the Winners

Thank you for your submissions to the Fresh Blood Hunt Art Competition. Now it’s time to vote for your favorites! Below are the two finalists selected by Bored Panda for a chance to win a 17”Mac Book Pro and have their design painted on one of the biggest walls in London by talented muralist Jim Rockwell.

Designed by: Jeff Read

Designed by: Sam Dickinson

To sweeten the deal, one voter will also be invited to the exclusive video premiere of Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter. So pick your favorite work and vote!

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20 Kids Who Are Totally Winning at the Game Of Hide And Seek

20 Kids Who Are Totally Winning at the Game Of Hide And Seek

The children on this list are true hide-and-seek champions. They are quick as the wind and as silent as shadows, capable of hiding in plain sight. Or at least that’s what they seem to think. [Read more…]

If you ever played hide-and-seek in your early childhood, you were probably no better than these hide-and-seek masters. Until around 7 years of age, most children are not yet sufficiently cognitively developed to be able to take another individual’s perspective into consideration. Therefore, when they close or block their eyes, not only can they not see anything, but they think that nobody else can see anything either.

Although they might be narcissistic egomaniacs, these kids are still pretty darned cute, which is why we still love to play hide-and-seek with them.

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Haunting 3D Projections on Trees by Clement Briend

Haunting 3D Projections on Trees by Clement Briend

One would think that the essence of photography is capturing the reality, but a French artist Clement Briend proposes a different interpretation of it by supplementing the world with something completely unearthly. An Ecole Louis Lumiere graduate creates haunting 3D projections on trees as a photographic exploration of his surroundings, placing them on the streets of Paris and Cambodia. [Read more…]

The gargoyle and Buddha mirages are created through multiple large format projectors, from which Clement removed the continuous light source with a flash and modified the optical part of the projector to fully optimize the flow of light[1]. The photography teacher of Valenciennes University carefully chooses a surface for every projection, as the texture and the picture compliment each other in beautiful ways.

“I always wanted to photograph the world without it being too faithful to what it is. I always imagined devices that can transform and intervene with the light in things that I photograph. the focus became photographs that include projections and hence the idea of doing shows with projected images,” – says Clement.

For more 3D projections, be sure to visit Clement Briend’s website. Prints are available at wall30.com.

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Cambodian Trees

“Cambodian culture is deeply rooted in a spirituality – marked by a belief in genii and fantasy creatures. In a dark cityscape, night reveals the presence of divine creatures on trees and subsequently makes them alive and real. Such nocturnal visions allow us to grasp the way magic profoundly influences how Cambodian people perceive the world.”

Journées du Patrimoine, Domaine de Saint-Cloud

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