Sculptor Roman White made a beautiful sculpture out of purple heart timber that is naturally colored purple. With the timber, he created the shape of a human heart. View Now
Showry is a YouTuber from South Korea known for getting up-close and personal with her food. But she isn't just lathering up in mayonnaise because it makes her skin smooth, she does this bizarre act in the name of feminism. In Korea, there is a popular trend called Muk-bang, or eatcasting, where attractive women post videos of themselves eating. Showry's videos are an attempt to parody this trend, with the hopes of challenging the stereotypes people have about Asian women. Some call her a feminist shock comedienne, while others merely find her bizarre. View Now
The line goes flat and your heart stops beating... You're gone. Now what? Is there really an afterlife? Or is it just a forever of nothingness? Filmmakers Michael Goode and Daniel Lissing visualize their idea in their beautifully powerful, award-winning short film, The Answers. Wow...
Controversial graffiti artist Banksy painted the little girl from "Les Miserables" crying next to a can of CS and a bar code across the street from the French Embassy in London. Let's just say the builders where he painted this did not take too kindly to his work of art. They had the graffiti covered up after workers were unable to remove the piece. View Now
Wow, Howard Lee is a talented artist. Watch how he draws a hot dog in a bun, next to a real hot dog in a bun. The resemblance is uncanny! View Now
Check out this modern-day Picasso. This girl is so talented with paint that she can even use a dog's tail to make her masterpiece. Good thing the dog doesn't seem to mind. View Now
Over 2 million Palestinian refugees live in Jordan, and 18% of them live in refugee camps. Laila, 25, is one of them. She lives in a tiny house with her parents and four siblings. She's using her street art to encourage and empower young women in Jordan like herself. Her goal is to convey with her graffiti-type art that there is no limit to their artistic expressions in spite of the limitations they may feel by society. View Now
W Magazine had Sports Illustrated model Nina Agdal walk around and pose with artwork from the Rubell Family Collection. They showed an all-female exhibit appropriately titled "No Man's Land" during this year's Art Basel in Miami Beach. Check out some of her shenanigans.
Hopefully this model never showers again, because the artwork on her back is spectacular. Jody Steel used markers, paint and whatever she could think of to create these two back paintings, and the time-lapse she uploaded of her making them is just as amazing as the artwork itself. View Now
Last year a 23-year-old bouncer named Jamie Young was asked to help with organizing an event for charity. He thought of a stunt to grab the attention of people in a hurry. His idea? Young posted on Facebook that if he raised £1,000 (about $1,065 U.S.) during the second annual Skyfest festival — held in Leigh, manchester, England — for charity, he would get a tattoo on his lower back that reads "I Love Justin Bieber." The bouncer managed to raise £1,200 ($1,278 U.S.) for the Make Some Noise charity. View Now
A zoo in Seattle found that one of their hippo's had an impressive skill; with nothing more than a kiss, any canvas it touched became a beautiful piece of work (see the process here). Some animals aren't as frivolous with their kisses, however, as one dog owner sadly found out. View Now
Would you stick your arm through a hole in a wall and let a stranger give you a tattoo? Before you answer, keep in mind that both the design of the tattoo and the artist are a complete mystery to you until you're done. Tattoo artist Scott Campbell set up this scenario in a four-day project called "Whole Glory." View Now
Great tattoos have great stories, and this tattoo may have the greatest one of all. The design is simple ("AHHH" in plain handwriting), but the execution was during a skydive, definitely a more extreme choice than a tattoo parlor. See the jump in full here, and see more of the tattoo artist's work here. View Now
If you like Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas, you'll love this.
Thanksgiving…well, it hasn’t happened yet. But it’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas decorations. Nicole Skyes is here to give your home a jolly upgrade with some easy-to-make decorations, crafts and wall pieces. Oh, and your dog can get involved too! View Now
Professional illustrator and designer Timmy lent a hand to Uber Arizona, which just celebrated its third anniversary. He and and his brother-in-law, Kurt, cut a car out of some wood and then he laid some sweet art down on it for Uber's special event. This is a car we'd ride in any day!
Red Bull BMX rider Kriss Kyle is featured in this really cool short film, "Kaleidoscope." The piece is part biopic and part artistic. The crew created a kaleidoscope course for Kyle to ride his BMX bike on. View Now
Someone needs to tell District Thirteen's head propaganda director Cressida to film something like this time lapse. Talent like this could melt Snow's forces faster than a girl on fire. View Now
The personal tattoo machine will allow the user to do apply permanent ink to their own flesh. The device works very similar to a regular machine an artist would use at a tattoo shop. This device is smaller and more portable than the traditional machine. You've got to see this promotional video that shows a demonstration on the process. View Now
Zaila is 9 years old, but she can handle a basketball like an NBA veteran. She can shoot, she can juggle, she can even balance on a basketball! If any Harlem Globetrotter recruiters are watching they need to keep an eye one Zaila.
Matt Alvarez is a junior college football kicking coach, and he is good. He posted a video recently of his players kicking a football hacky sack-style through the goal post. Are they the next Dude Perfect? View Now
These talented tattoo artists are helping breast cancer survivors cope after mastectomy surgeries. Check out these amazing canvases they have created on their bodies and how you can help P-INK by donating to help the women get tattoos. These beautiful works of art are helping these survivors feel strength and beauty in a time of healing. View Now
Sand painting has been around for a while, but this is a whole new level of amazing. A video was posted recently of a workshop in Vietnam, where artists were recreating photographs using painted sand. The skill and precision to make these pieces is nothing short of mind-boggling. View Now
You will be amazed when you see this bear and his two human assistants Sulo and Pasi painting. This bear from Finland is very talented. His artwork does not look like a bear used its body as a paintbrush. You've just got see this big bear create beautiful artwork. View Now
You can enjoy this fun colorful swirl art project. All you need is a tray, milk, food coloring, q-tips and dish soap. Pour the milk into the tray and squirt some drops of food coloring into the milk. Apply some dish soap to the tip of the cotton swab and dip into food color. This will create a cool swirl effect in the food coloring. View Now