Rainbow latte art


Baristas take coffee art to the next level by using a technique, which involves dropping regular food dye into the steamed milk before pouring it into the coffee cups.

More photos on Instagram:  ibrewcoffee, piggybackcafe

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Georges Saulterre amazing sculptures


Saulterre’s work includes clay, bronze, cement, ceramic and other materials sculptures.   In his works only part of the message he aims to convey is reflected because he likes to surround himself with mystery … he likes to do what others have not dared to do. Many of his sculptures  upset the laws of balance.

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The flower-embedded paper of Madagascar


Antaimoro is handmade paper made from the avoha tree bark and is decorated using pressed fresh flowers and leaves. The bark is soaked and pounded into a pulp with wooden mallets,  then spread and decorated with plants or local flowers and  placed in the sun to dry. This cream-colored decorative paper is used to make lampshades, envelopes, bond paper and even bags.

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Eerie Surreal Photo-manipulations by Dariusz Klimczak

Polish photographer Dariusz Klimczak prefers monochromatic images to compose eerie dreamlike landscapes and unusual characters.

“I prefer square frames and black and white pictures but I don’t shun colors. In my photo-manipulative works I seek mood, joke, and universal symbols which can make the viewer contemplate or laugh.”

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Forest Monsters illustrated by Andy Kehoe


Mixed media artist Andy Kehoe‘s paintings have a fantastical, dark and detailed aesthetic that reminds us of the presence of shadows always lurking just beneath the surface. Even though these paintings feature a ton of otherworldly monsters, they still have a very friendly feeling as they lurk amid towering trees and shimmering skies.

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Optical Illusion Mural by Astro


Parisian street artist Astro in this abstract art mural, mixes  curves, calligraphy and dynamic shapes to create his own world by exploiting the subtlety of shadows and lights, the strength of colors, and the perspective of depths. Created on behalf of urban art project Loures Art Publica, the mind-bending piece of art uses layers of blue pigment on the ordinary building in Loures, Portugal.

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