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This 22-Year-Old Photographer With Sleep Paralysis Recreates His Nightmares In Photos

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Nicolas Bruno is a 22-year-old photographer who has been suffering from sleep paralysis for over 7 years, but transmutes his terrors into art through photography. According to Wikipedia: Sleep paralysis is a phenomenon in which an individual, either during falling […]

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Using Architecture To Explain 16 Mental Illnesses And Disorders

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(BoredPanda) If you had to imagine your mental illness or disorder as a house, what would it look like? Federico Babina has just released a new project called Archiatric, which depicts 16 different conditions as works of architecture in various […]

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“Season of the Witch” Debuts at SPRING/BREAK Art Show in NYC

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“Season of the Witch” debuts at SPRING/BREAK Art Show in NYC (New York, NY)    Sarah Potter is pleased to present “Season of the Witch,” a group exhibition of new work at SPRING/BREAK Art Show during Armory Arts Week in […]

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Volley (2011): A Fantastically Nightmarish Stop-Motion Animation

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Volley (2011) is a beautifully bizarre stop-motion animation by Monica Cook, featuring music by Martín Capella. This surreal work of art is evocative of both dreams and nightmares, fantasy and science fiction. With unique visuals, and an affecting sound-scape – Cook’s […]

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Painting with Richie Brown (Episode 1)

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Paint along with Richie Brown, and smear all of your problems away. …or just kick back, watch, and enjoy the show. H/T YouTube

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KINGDOM OF COLOURS By Oilhack & Thomas Blanchard

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“KINGDOM OF COLOURS” is an experimental dreamlike video rocking us smoothly through circular moves. With visual compositions created out of paint, oil and soap liquid – this work of art is an absolute treat for the eyes. KINGDOM OF COLOURS […]

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16th Century Boxwood Carvings Are So Miniature Researchers Used X-Ray To Solve Their Mystery

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(BoredPanda) There are only 135 known miniature boxwood carvings and they have been puzzling art specialists all over the world. Recently, researchers have gathered some of these tiny religious pieces from museums and private collections to further study their secrets […]

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The Esoteric Art of Robert Buratti

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Robert Buratti grew up with a strong interest in visual art from an early age and a fascination for the Renaissance masters. After graduating high school, he was awarded a Bachelor of Arts from Macquarie University with majors in english […]

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This 391-Year-Old Bonsai Tree Has Survived Hiroshima and Keeps on Growing

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This remarkable bonsai tree was planted in 1625, and has been around for nearly 400 years. The tree at one point belonged to the Yamaki family, who (in 1945) lived just two miles away from Hiroshima, the spot where American […]

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Truthful Mirror Reflections With Hidden Messages

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(BoredPanda) Colombian artist Camilo Matiz created a series of light sculptures which confront the viewers with the duality of who they are and how they perceive themselves. This satirical study of reflection takes bright neon signs and finds their honest […]

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