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Chalk Warfare is back!!! These guys really know how to "draw" their weapons, which helped them in this battle. The rules of this game are clearly "if you can draw it, you can use it." That said, we think drawing an Iron Man suit is a bit unfair. At RTM, the best we could come up with was a real gnarly slingshot...
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A collaboration between Diesel and i-D to show off what you can do in Diesel jeans. Apparently, you can do a lot of different dance moves with the new stretch technology, the A to Z of dance moves, actually. Everything from the Harlem shake, to pole dancing, to swing, to break, and yes, T is for twerk.
It's a sticker, or better yet, a sort of "Fathead" for your car and it's called "StickOut." Just choose your design, stick it on your car, and roll in style!
A once-homeless poet has captured the attention of Facebook. Raimundo Arruda Sobrinho lives in Paulo, Brazil and he has a passion for writing and poetry. He was befriended by a young woman, who appreciated his work and created a Facebook page to show off his talent. His page has been adored by thousands and actually helped him reunite with his brother. The siblings had been separated for more than 50 years and Raimundo now lives with his brother. He is now off the street and is likely to have his work published, all thanks to Shalla Monteiro.
Red Hongyi is one talented artist. She painted Yao Ming using only a basketball. This time she used 64,000 chopsticks to create one amazing portrait of Jackie Chan. How does she do this stuff!?
"Inside the Skin of a Bear" is a performance art exhibit that puts French artist Abraham Poincheval inside the skin of a bear... literally! He will live, without leaving, inside this small, confined space for 13 days. And yes, we had the same thoughts about the bathroom as you did...
It's that time again... It's TECH TIME! This one's all about the future, where technology becomes a part of things we already did before the technology. We have a 3D printer tattoo machine that draws perfect circles and then some musical gloves that add a little tune to your dance expression.
Jorge Perez Gonzalez is a jazz musician who knows percussion, and that's why he is making noise with the most interesting drum kit ever. He likes using female (and male) butts to jam out with in front of the cameras. A lot of people are not fans of his butt-slapping beats, but he calls it art.
If you're look for some relaxation, look no further than this video right here that's recently been trending on Reddit. The art, along with the music, will provide the state of Zen you're looking for. It's mesmerizing, and by the end, you probably won't even realize 15 minutes have passed by.
Nature can lead to art or other types of expression, and these two videos showcase both quite nicely. In clip one, a very dramatic commentator illustrated the drama of a high wind storm in Oklahoma. This was a pretty severe storm and a ridiculous piece of audio. In clip two, a giant funnel cloud in California was caught on tape by someone from their second floor apartment. While funnel clouds are dangerous, this actually looks more like a piece of art than a frightening occurrence.
Artist Jason Mecier takes trash and other household items and turns the random pieces into awesome portraits. Recently, Mecier used Red Vines licorice to create some "sweet" movie posters. You may remember when we spotlighted Mecier in the past for his unique portrait of Honey Boo Boo.
An unbelievable art piece involves five people expertly painted to look like a frog. Johannes Stötter is the artist behind this amazing work that is so realistic looking that it is almost a shock when you realize it is a pile of humans, instead of a close-up of a colorful frog. Stötter is a former world champion body paint artist.