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This Rock Looks Like an Elephant

Elephant-Shaped Rock Photograph: wikimedia

About 90 km south of Paris you will find Fontainebleau, described as one of the best bouldering areas in Europe. The most famous boulder in the area is surely the famous elephant-shaped rock. It’s located near La Chapelle-la-Reine to the southwest of Fontainebleau and is easily the most photographed rock in the area.

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Watermelon Carvings By Self-Taught Artist Clive Cooper

Watermelon Carvings by Clive Cooper

Vancouver-based sculptor Clive Cooper turns watermelons into crazy works of art. Cooper is a government worker by day, and a sculptor of watermelons, pumpkins, strawberries and other perishables by night. He’s never taken a sculpting class in his life.

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Amazing Drawing with Sharpie Pen On Nissan Skyline GTR

Sharpie Pen Drawing on Nissan Skyline GTR Sports Car

Car enthusiast and a member of the U.S. Military, hated the silver color of the Nissan Skyline GTR sports car so he and his artist wife decided to transform the casual car into a one-of-a-kind work of art. While he worked on the car’s insides, she started doodling on a few scratches on the bumper. 100 hours of work later, this became a wonderfully intricate piece of art covering the whole car.

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White Bones Painted on Black German Shepherd Dog

Painted Dog

Reddit user brynmarele painted this sold black German Shepherd with non-toxic face paint using two different brushes. “Her name is Nixe! It only took me about 20-30 minutes to paint and I sort of worked on her with she was occupied chewing on a bone.”

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Cynicism Creatively Conveyed Through Minimalist Illustrations by Eduardo Salles

Humor Illustrations by Eduardo Salles

Young illustrator, copyrighter and designer, Eduardo Salles, has great sense of humor and has a formula which encapsulates his ironic commentary on the internet, politics, TV and daily habits: Design + humor + social critique. In this digital age, using smartphones, deciphering icons, and clicking “like” have become second nature. In the series called Cinismo Ilustrado (Cynicism Illustrated), Eduardo Salles, creates a series of posters that touch on these ideas as well as other cynical viewpoints with a humorous approach.

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