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Smoking Kills! But This Japanese Artist Makes Killer Art From Ashes

Cigarette Ash Art by Shinrashinge

Japanese Twitter user Shinrashinge created these little ashy art pieces mostly out of cigarette ash, sometimes mixed with a pinch of tobacco leaves from the cigarettes to give it a pop of color. Shinrashinge is a smoker and he knows smoking is extremely dangerous for health, he has written that he plans to quit. “I have kind of had enough of cigarettes.”

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Photographer Pays Awesome Tribute to Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs Logo Tribute

Jonathan Mak Long has Photoshopped the Apple logo to replace the bite with Steve Jobs’ face to bring his own tribute to the Apple co-founder.

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Amazing Coffee Painting Art by Dirceu Vegia

We have seen amazing coffee art examples in the past but did you ever thought of using coffee as ink for painting? This is what exactly the Brazilian artist Dirceu Vegia does. He creates amazing coffee paintings using 100% coffee as ink.

Dirceu Vegia is a Brazilian designer living in Curitiba (south of Brazil). He started his career in 1994 as an illustrator artist for children’s book in several publishing companies. In 2007 he started to mix his two passions: coffee and illustrations. Let’s take a look at some of his creative coffee art paintings.

Charlie Chaplin Coffee Painting

Charlie Chaplin Coffee Paint by Dirceu Vegia

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15 Creative Macbook Stickers

Creative Macbook Sticker

If you own a Macbook, you probably have an urge to stand out. In today’s post I am sharing a collection of creative Macebook decals and stickers that stand out of the crowd. The attention to detail with perfection on the aluminum chassis of a Macbook is amazing.

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Beautiful Rangoli Depicting Steve Jobs

Beautiful Rangoli Depicting Steve Jobs

An artist gives finishing touches to a Rangoli depicting Steve Jobs in Mumbai. Rangoli, the Indian art of arranging finely ground colored powders, is part of Diwali, the festival of lights, jubilation and enthusiasm.

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