The Peanuts Movie is set to hit theaters on November 6. In the meantime, fans have been having a blast Peanutizing themselves (Well, we have anyway). But what if other iconic TV characters hung out with Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang? View Now
How cool are these faux print ads for modern-day technology? Worth 1000 did a contest where they asked graphic designers and artists to imagine modern products in a vintage light. The Photo Effects contest yielded some pretty awesome artwork advertising everything from YouTube and Facebook to Photoshop and Skype. Check them out!
Apparently there's a mural in the Delta Airlines HQ that's a little Mona Lisa-esque. And by that we mean the airplane painting seems to follow you just like the eyes of that famous painting. Mind equals blown! View Now
Best friends Maarika and Regan were jamming out on the piano and singing a song called "Do You Even Know?" Suddenly their friend Becca strolls silently into the room and appears in the background of the frame. Watch the pianists and songstresses reaction when they notice Becca behind them. View Now
"My mother said to me, 'If you are a soldier, you will become a general. If you are a monk, you will become the Pope.' Instead, I was a painter, and became Peppa Lass."
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Welcome to the future. Glean Keane brought to life Disney's beloved Ariel in "The Little Mermaid" and the lovable Beast in "Beauty and the Beast," among many other notable characters we've all grown to know and love. Watch him show you some of the most advanced 3D technology that he now uses to bring his art to life using virtual reality. It's pretty mind blowing. Check it out!
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Google updated its logo and favicon on Sept. 1, 2015. View Now
Crazy what some markers and the perfect lighting can do, huh? View Now
And you thought you were having a bad day. What would you say, like "Hey guys, my bad"? Fans of the 17th century oil painting Flowers by Paolo Porpora, will be sad to know it now features a fist-sized hole. Thank goodness for insurance, but fingers crossed someone can restore it. View Now
Soo... the giant 250-pound inflatable red ball of the RedBall Project got loose and caused some hilarious, but actually pretty scary, chaos on the streets of Toledo, Ohio. View Now
Anthill Art does exactly what they're name implies - they turn anthills into beautiful spectacles. One of their methods is to pour hot aluminium into an anthill, and when it dries, excavating the metallic cast that has been created. The end result is impressive, and shows just how much work ants put into their intricate homes. View Now
Controversial and famously reclusive artist Banksy has shocked audiences once again.
A zoetrope is an animation device that moves a drawings, photographs - or in this case, embroidery- in such a way that it creates the illusion of movement. Elliot Schultz has created a zoetrope using beautiful embroideries, moving them on vinyl discs. It undoubtedly took long hours and hard work, but the result is stunning. View Now
Artist Kelsey Goldych imagines a very surreal, yet literal interpretation of how cats take over our computers with this playful short starring a mischievous cat. If you know anything about the internet, you know cats pretty much rule it all. Check out this super clever animated piece Goldych created for her senior project at Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia with original music by Zack Bogucki. View Now
Prepare to be mesmerized by this beautiful video by Thomas Blanchard. What do you think our feelings look like? What if they were a bunch of colors swimming around each other like you see in this video where the artist used paint, oil, milk, honey and cinnamon? It would make sense since our feelings tend to overlap and work around each other before somehow finding a way to work together and make something beautiful. Too deep? View Now
Artist Shawn Knol wanted to try an art technique called the Marangoni Effect, which occurs when two liquids transfer through one another due to surface tension. For his liquids, he used paint and gasoline, and what he was able to put together with this effect is truly stunning. View Now
And you thought your handwriting was good! Just wait until you see what Jake Weidmann, the youngest master penman in the entire world, can do with a pen in his hand. It's magic! View Now
Out of something tragic, something beautiful has emerged. Disney animator Aaron Blaise, moved by the tragic events surrounding the death of Cecil the Lion, created a beautiful portrait of Cecil using Photoshop. He posted his process as a speed painting, and is asking all who come across it to donate to WildCRU—the organization that was originally protecting Cecil. View Now
You've got to see this video of Tylar Farmer performing this beautiful cover of Johann Sebastian Bach's, "Fugue a La Gigue." Farmer plays the guitar and uses stop motion to capture each note. It took him 5 hours to arrange, 1 hour to record and 8 hours to edit. The result is a beautiful piece of classical art. View Now
Calligrapher, Ian Barnard, post beautiful videos featuring his artistic handwriting to his YouTube channel. This video will teach you to turn tasty, healthy vegetables into calligraphy utensils. The veggie line up includes: a carrot, broccoli, asparagus, lemon grass and chili pepper. View Now
Art can be a lot of things: beautiful, meaningful, thought-provoking, historical. But the process for making art is usualy none of those things. Just ask artist Hilde Krohn Huse in Aukra, Norway, who, while making her art piece, "Hanging in the Woods," accidentally got stuck hanging naked and upside down in a tree. It took her half an hour of struggling before a friend eventually came out and helped wrestle her free. Make sure to follow Huse on Twitter. View Now
How well do you know the one you love? Distractify had couples describe each other to a sketch artist, and the only thing funnier than their descriptions are the results. View Now
Inspired by the $250.00 apartment modification fee from his landlord, L.A. Beast decided to instead use that money to create a piece of art for his landlord. But this is the L.A. Beast, so he made said artwork by destroying his groceries with a samurai sword. View Now
The Dove Prayer House—which totally sounds like a knockoff version of Church's Chicken—is a giant structure built for people to come and pray at. Built in the forests of Indonesia, the Prayer House was built on donated land by Daniel Alamsjah, who says the idea came to him in a vision. View Now
In the eyes of artist Josh Lynch, if dogs were super heroes of the Marvel universe, they'd probably look like this. View Now
Sam Van Aken is an artist and professor who uses a process called "chip grafting" to create unique trees that each bear 40 different varieties of fruits with pits, also called "stone fruits." Seriously, there's 40 different kinds of fruit on those branches! But it's a tedious and timely process which Aken discusses in this piece from National Geographic. View Now