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Playful Miniature Scenes Around The Office

Miniature People Around The Office

German photographer Bettina Guber explores the macro world of her workplace using tiny figurines with stationary supplies in her series, Office Supplies – Small People. She finds inspiration from ordinary office objects around her desk when she takes a break from work.

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People Creatively Blend Themselves in with Book Covers

People Creatively Blend Themselves in with Book Covers

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. Her friends and co-workers joined in and from there it started getting more and more popular.

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Japanese Illustrator Turns Everyday Scenes into Sketches

Fun Sketches by Hama House

Tokyo-based illustrator Hama-House creates beautiful humorous speed sketches of every day scenes in Tokyo. The funny sketches are about anything ranging from coffee shops to metro stations and public parks.

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Ukrainians Create Putin-Shaped Chocolates

Chocolate Putin

Sweet revenge in western Ukraine as chocolate shop offers Putin figurine wearing prison clothes. Everyone can taste Vladimir Putin made of white, milk or dark chocolate now. Every piece costs $6.

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Mother Creates Beautiful Portraits of Her Daughter In Imaginary Landscapes

Creative Scenes Created by Mother

Creative photographer and mother of a daughter, named Bonnie, has great passion for arts and crafts. She has been taking imaginary photos of her daughter when she was 5 weeks old. From Bumble Bee to the Mummy she has created many imaginary scenes for her daughter and she never adds or subtract anything in Photoshop.

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Beautiful Sand Paintings On The Streets of New York

Sand Paintings by Joe Mangrum

Using bags of colored sand artist Joe Mangrum has been painting the streets of New York since 2006. The lifespan of these paintings is not very long because they tend to disappear by wind and other weather conditions. Artist spends up to 8 hours on these beautiful sand paintings.

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