When you combine a child's brutal honesty with little-to-no understanding of societal taboos and a penchant for drawing, you often get some pretty hilarious results. With just a few misplaced scribbles, a child's attempt at drawing a nice picture can...
The stall doors in public restrooms are often a depressing sight. Graffiti left with a permanent marker or as scratches sharing reputation-ruining information or sad details that someone felt they couldn't share with anyone beyond the bathroom door a...
At just 22 years old, Italian artist Diego Fazo has developed the skill to create using a simple charcoal pencil. His latest creation, pictured below, has drawn hundreds of positive comments on his Deviant Art profile.
At first glance, Katrin Korfmann's enormous images look like abstract paintings, but once the spectators take a closer look, details begin to emerge, serving as a reminder that when viewed from above, all people look the same.
There is no pain greater than this; not the cut of a jagged-edged dagger nor the fire of a dragon's breath. Nothing burns in your heart like the emptiness of losing something, someone, before you truly have learned of its value.
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Who is this heroic gal who stepped foot into the class war mob scene of the communist French Revolution and escaped with her head? What kind of nonsense is she spouting? Send her home to listen to Rush Limbaugh with
You can still dance to old CDs even if you don't like the music on them any more. Just turn them into a disco ball to boogie under! Here's how to recycle all those freebie and unwanted CDs and turn them into something funky and new.
That is just so awesome! Love it! Perfect for a kid's birthday :) I'd love for you to share with my readers if you get a chance: http://www.momontimeout.com/2012/02/taking-timeout-thursday-no17.html#moreThanks for sharing!
A new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute In New York shows off the visionary and romantic work of the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen, who took his own life last year.