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When you're a portrait photographer there's only so many ways you can take interesting photos of people's faces. Well, we're going to say photographer Patrick Hall thought outside of the box to accomplish the task with this one. He snapped photos and filmed people's reactions as they were tased with a handheld stun gun. It's incredibly artistic and probably extremely painful for everyone involved, in front of the camera anyway. But it's amusing all the same. Enjoy! Watch the original video here.
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Roger Jackaman was able to capture incredible footage of Scotland with time lapse cameras. The scenery is absolutely magical and is a must-see sight.
Heather Rooney found a way to honor comedian Robin Williams using nothing more than a few drawing utensils. The talented artist completed a realistic portrait of the late star and filmed her incredible process. Using only graphite and colored pencils to create Williams' face, the finished product looks like a photograph!
It's Tech Time! But this one might make you queasy and pass out. With his own blood as the ink, artist Ted Lawson created a life-size self-portrait, with a robot. Yeah, it gave us chills too...
Hikaru Cho has become an Internet sensation with her amazing art. The unbelievable illusions she's able to create with stop motion and paint on people's bodies, will make you say "Wow!" and then rub your eyes to make sure what you see isn't real.
Being able to create a piece of art out of a foaming cup of latte is indeed an art. Check out this video by Fast Company, starring one of the masters in coffee art, Michael Breach, as he creates some of the most famous animals on the internet, as well as the "stinky" emoji we all love to use once in a while. Bravo, Michael!
An artist was recently caught on camera painting with his hands on a beach in Taiwan. It turns out that the painter created Bruce Lee's face on an upside down canvas in just minutes. We wonder if he's available for parties and small weddings...
How cool is this project? The School of Doodle offers a "by girls, for girls" free online high school to help young girls find and develop their voices. Girls are enouraged to be loud. This initiative comes after numerous art programs are being cut from schools. Studies show kids who are more creative and imaginative are more likely to stay in school longer as well as have more confidence. The School of Doodle has already received support from female celebrities such as Yoko Ono, Sarah Silverman, Natasha Lyonne, Marina Abramovic and Arianna Huffington among many others.
A boxer has found a new way to express his creativity with abstract paintings. Bart van Polanen Petel dips his gloves in paint and pummels a punching bag with several different colors. It's a unique but very manly way to paint. If you like what you see, check out paintboxer.com.
Tyler Grace has been dealing with chronic illnesses that have taken their toll. However, he has found inspiration from the work of photographer Ben Von Wong. The talented artist found out about Grace's passion for his work and decided to make a surprise appearence for his 21st birthday. Von Wong then took Grace on a one-week trip that he will never forget. You may remember Von Wong from his work with the Saving Eliza project. Click here for the entire video of the bonding session between Von Wong and Grace.
Skin Wars on the Game Show Network is all about the challenges that come with body artistry. The contestants compete for a $100,000 prize and their art is judged by experts like Craig Tracy, RuPaul and Robin Slonina. Rebecca Romijn hosts the unique game show that is sure to offer stunning artwork and tons of drama.
Artist Solomon Rogers has created the first drivable beach chair and it was recently unveiled in Brighton Beach. The vehicle comes with technology similar to a GPS but for the sun and allows you to avoid getting sand in between your nooks and crannies. The "Ultimate Deck Chair" was commissioned by Holiday Autos.