In case you like to play with your food, this video from Peter Draws shows you how to create art with a common fruit. All you need is paper, some bananas, and ink. As you begin to paint, use the peeled banana as a brush but don't be afraid to utilize all of the different parts of the banana as additional artistic tools. Honestly, the result is impressive but the mess it left on the floor is pretty gross. View Now
Remember getting your face painted as a kid? Well, you're not nine-years-old anymore and this art form isn't just for kids! Led by innovating artists like Krysti Ellen, body and face painting has grown better, scarier and even more experimental than ever! View Now
Drop your paintbrushes and pencils, because apparently 4,921 feet of thread is all you need to create some of the most beautiful portraits we've seen. As Petros Vrellis moves around the circle, you can see how the artist starts to shade in the face of El Greco's famous portrait of Christ. View Now
Our RightThisMinute host Gayle showed us an artistic summer project that was done in her niece's bedroom.
At first, it just looks like the outline of an elephant on her wall but then it's transformed into the coolest do-it-yourself art for anyone who loves to paint. They started out by using a pencil to draw out the elephant's shape. Then, they added tape before finishing it off with some pretty paint. The end result looks like an amazing stained glass elephant.
Trust us, you're going to want to replicate this in your own home. View Now
Tony's Plant's famous art will never hang in a museum or grace someone's personal gallery. In fact, it doesn't last through the day! He deals not in paint, canvas or rock but the literal landscape to create each one-of-a-kind temporary masterpiece in the beach sand. View Now
This has to be the most unique tattoo in the world. It is the world's first tattoo created by an industrial robot. The process of programming this massive machine to actually work in such a precise and intricate way is incredible. First, a picture of the body part being tattooed is scanned into a computer, which is translated into a code that the robot can understand. Everyone is nervously standing by when the machine is first tested on a human, but the result is perfect. View Now
Fine dining in Berlin just got a high-speed, dangerous and an illegal addition.
The world knows these masked men as the Berlin Kidz but they've got the attention of the internet for their (often) illegal and unusually placed graffiti art on German public buildings. This time, these rascals took their antics to the next daring (and a little terrifying) level when they "liberated" the high-speed Berlin S-Bahn roof to casually share wine and hors d'oeuvres while dressed in suits. View Now
Sculptors at the Madame Tussauds wax museum are working to immortalize presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. It takes the artists weeks just to place every single hair in the right spot. Luckily, they had more time to get their likenesses right because both candidates were decided before their respective party conventions. The winner will be placed in the Oval Office area after the election. (via Associated Press) View Now
From sequins to subtle looks, nail art is super trendy right now. YouTuber Karina Garcia decided to test out a design that will remind you of being in grade school. She shows us how to use Play-Doh for your next manicure. It's super simple, but the Play-Doh gives your nails a look different than anything you've seen before. View Now
Forget about the old-fashioned A Cappella group, because this style of music is making a modern comeback. From movies like Pitch Perfect to its growth on college campuses, A Capella is becoming mainstream. Now, for the first time ever, it is headed to Broadway. One of the driving forces behind Pitch Perfect,Deke Sharon, joined our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype to discuss his latest project. He has spent his adult life trying to make A Capella music popular again. And, it seems to be working. View Now
If any of us wanted to see a bear, we'd probably visit the local zoo. British photographer George Turner had something a little more extreme in mind when he booked a three-night stay in a tiny plywood shack in the middle of the Finnish Suomussalmi Forest—the brown bear capitol of the world. View Now
Although you'll find it in American foods from ketchup to birthday cakes, sugar in China instead belongs to a venerated centuries-old art style that reminds us of balloon animals. View Now
We've all had that disgusting moment when a gel-cap pill accidentally burst in our mouths. Yuck! It's one of the hardest tastes to wash out!
Turns out these prescription pills look a lot better than they taste when you put them under a macro lens. When we first saw this video from the awesome minds at Macro Room, we thought we were looking at some beautiful kind of abstract art. We weren't too far away from the truth! View Now
Reduce, reuse, recycle and Renegade. A Kickstarter campaign is trying to make your pens greener. Renegade is the first 3D pen to run on recycled plastics. This is so neat, all the pen needs to create 3D models is an old plastic bag or bottle. It's truly turning your trash into 3D treasures. View Now
Typically crocheting is a relaxing pastime, but this is not your grandmother's crochet. WIRED featured the skills of speed crocheter Jayna Grassel. Working at a remarkable 71 stiches per minute, she takes loose yarn and turns it into a flower in just 90 seconds. View Now
Hydraulic Presses are typically used to destroy things but in this video, the press was used for creation. The Hydraulic Press Channel used CO2 cartridges and paint to make these explosive canvases. The goal was to create pieces to raise money for charity. View Now
It's hard to understand the criminal mind if you never committed a crime yourself. This surveillance video shows patrons removing a painting from a pizzeria and leaving the premises. The pizzeria offered a $100 gift card for the $500 painting's return. The painting was returned and the pizzeria does not plan to press any charges because they believe this was all a prank. View Now
Nature can make some of the most amazing backdrops for artists to perform against. This talented ballerina dancing in the moonlight created some stunning silhouettes. 20-year-old dancer Lindy Wolhuter starred in this breathtaking night-time photo shoot on Disappointment Hill in the Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana. The photographer is a wildlife film-maker who also happens to be her father. View Now
Check your eyes--there's NOT actually any human dancers in that beautifully hypnotizing wheel of wire and light, just perfectly synchronized contemporary art reminiscent of old-fashioned Zoetropes, which were the closest things to movies our grandparents' grandparents got.
You can thank Akinori Goto for the dazzling show, which won both the Runner-up Grand Prix and the Audience Award at this year's Spiral Independent Creators Festival in Japan.
Tired of picking up your hummus, granola and quinoa in a generic tote as bland as last month's gluten-free bread?
Upgrade your swag AND cultural awareness with this fantastic and artsy DIY Mud Cloth shopping tote. This unique design draws on the African ancient Malian art of bogolanfini, which uses fermented mud to create intricate designs in fabric and clay. RightThisMinute's How-To Guru Jessica Hord brings this project to life!
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Many people don't have the opportunity to pursue what they are passionate about because their weekly work schedule is too restrictive. Photographer Lars Schneider focuses on commercial and editorial photography, but his true passion is getting into nature to document the beauty he finds. Schneider welcomed a videography crew to tag along with him on his trip to the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. One of the most incredible things he saw on this trip was a waterfall that was flowing upwards in the wind. This inspiring documentary will influence you to follow your dreams.