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The Mini Book of Major Events

Mini Book of Major Events

Artist Evan Lorenzen recently released a beautiful handmade miniature book entitled, “The Mini Book of Major Events”. In this mini book he is trying to compress the history of Earth. This tiny 7 pages book is a follow-up to his first mini book, “The Little Book of Big Ideas“.

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Haw Par Villa: The Most Bizarre Theme Park In Singapore

Haw Par Villa Singapore

Haw Par Villa is definitely one of the weirdest tourist spots you can find in Singapore because bizarre statues like armed monkeys, or the human faced giant crab make this place the most disturbing theme park.

About 20 years ago Haw Par Villa was always full of people taking pictures of its weird-looking exhibits and kids running around holding balloons, but now Singapore’s weird theme park is almost deserted. If you’re into offbeat attractions, this place will really blow your mind.

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People Blend Themselves in with Book Covers – Part 2

People Creatively Blend Themselves in with Book Covers

Previously shared creative people blend themselves in with book covers, and today I am sharing some more photos of the same series. The photo series Corpus Libris was created by Emily Pullen who once grabbed a book, on a bored Thursday night at Skylight Books in LA, and matched her body to the figure on the cover.

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Barack Obama And Vladimir Putin Images on Potatoes

Barack Obama And Vladimir Putin Images on Potatoes

Potatoes decorated in the likeness of Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama by cartoon artists Daria Chebunina and Tatiana Mironenko are on display at a food fair in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, on September 20, 2014.

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Artist Cuts Hair Into Photo-Realistic Portraits

Artist Cuts Hair Into Photo-Realistic Portraits

Roberto Perez, better known as Rob the Original, is a San Antonio, Texas-based contemporary artist and hair stylist who uses his clients’ hair as his canvas. Perez, an excellent representative of the growing BarberArt movement, cuts, shaves, and dyes hair to create photo-realistic portraits, beautiful floral and geometrical patterns, or pretty much anything he himself or his confident clients can imagine.

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