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A new trend features folks painting themselves to look like they are in "grayscale" for Halloween. Sharon Farrell recently posted a creative tutorial that will take you from 2014 back to the monochrome days of the 1920's. It's a bit of work, but it'll definitely make you standout in a colorful crowd.
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You know that awkward moment when you're such a talented painter that people think your paintings are just photographs? No? Well us either. Banana Jamana, on the other hand, knows exactly how that feels. She is unbelievably talented and her recent cupcake painting looks delicious! Seriously, we want a cupcake now...
Breast cancer survivors who undergo a mastectomy now have an option. They can choose to cover their scars with these beautiful and original tattoos. Check out what the Inkspiration app is all about. Visit Inkspiration to learn more. You can also watch more videos inspired by breast cancer awareness month here.
There are pancakes and then there are super cool artistic pancakes! They look awesome and taste great. This might be the coolest pancake-making dad ever!
The Crazy Russian Hacker took a break from his usual hacks to show his artistic side. He created a colorful waterfall or slinky, depending on how you look at it, out of sticky notes. It actually works and is pretty cool!
Professional bandaloop dancers, Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber, performed "vertical" choreography on the side of Oakland's City Hall. You can see all of their gravity-defying moves through the lens of a GoPro. It's incredible!
Have you ever wondered how they paint those road markings? No, not with a big machine. They do it freehanded and this guy makes it look easy!
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.
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.