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The Concept Of Modern "Justice" In 13 Different Countries

Gunduz Agayevis an illustrator who likes to use his art as a way to raise awareness to  human rights issues on a global level as apparent on international current events. His powerful illustrations portray the concept of justice in the modern world and how everyone uses to for their own selfish motives. Via: Rearfront


How justice look in different countries today
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Art Teacher Makes Sarcastic Graveyard For Trends That 'Died' in 2017

Michael Fry, an art teacher and parent to two daughters from New York made a humorous Halloween display by creating a  graveyard on his front lawn filled with 2017's dying trends. His funny tradition started 3 years ago and includes everything from fashion to pop culture to politics, saying "so long" to "old" Taylor Swift, dabbing, ombre hair and #roseallday, among others. Cool!




funny graveyard with all trends that died in 2017
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When Artists Use Sex Dolls To Explore The Place Of Women In Our Culture

With her book Play with Me: Dolls, Women and Art, journalist Grace Banks has decided to document how artists use these sex dolls to explore the place of women in our culture. Between objectification, gender and caricature of the female body, these dolls for adults trigger a real ethical and political debate, which contemporary artists seek to dissect. In her book, Grace Banks gathers the work and interviews of 40 artists, centered on the use of these dolls but also on the representation of women in the visual culture. Via: Ufunk

photos of artist using sex dolls
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Creative Malaysian Artist Creates Beautiful Designs From Food

Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi (who often goes by the nickname Red) created a fun illustration made with common/ not so common food. What did she use; the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate. With that in mind Yi set out to create landscapes, animals, etc... The amazingly beautiful and creative project can be seen on her Facebook and on her Instagram at @redhongyi.

pretty plates of food
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This 90 Year-Old Grandma Is Turning Her Village Into An Art Gallery

Anežka (Agnes) Kašpárková is a former agricultural worker from the village Louka in Czech Republic. She wanted to beautify her hometown so she started to spend every spring and summer decorating window and door frames with lovely designs inspired by the traditional Moravian (southern Czech) artwork. Scroll down to see the work of this inspirational women that prove us all that age is not a factor. Via: The Mind Circle


90 year old lady paints her hometown and inspires us all
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This is How Modern Day Teenagers See Classic Art

So this is what would happen if you took a teenager now to see classic art...

a funny list of art
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What Happens When Architecture Meets The Female Body (NSFW)

What began as physical insecurities and untapped artistic talent is now a unique art form of erotic graphic collages for Giulia, the artist otherwise known as @scientwehst. Growing up, Giulia recalls always being self-conscious of her image, ashamed of her curves and "thickness," until she learned to be appreciative of her body. It's this learned self-confidence that has become the center of Giulia's graphic collages, allowing her to push boundaries regarding sexuality and censorship of the female form. By strategically placing architectural elements onto images of the female body, Giulia is ever so slightly bypassing Instagram's strict censorship rules. Via: Design Your Trust

when porn meets architecture
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