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Female Artist Of The Week: Instagram Account Combining Your Favorite Foods With Photos Of Meryl Streep

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who creates incredible quality content and this week, we've picked Samantha Raye, the graphic designer behind Instagram account @tasteofstreep. This is a page dedicated solely to combining pictures of Meryl Streep with delicious-looking food, which is not only original but kind of genius too. Samantha painstakingly ensures that Meryl's outfits are matching every meal, showing off her photoshop skills and creativity and making you love Meryl even more than you probably already do. In fact, she looks good enough to eat in most of these pictures. From lounging around on a piece of sushi to taking a bath in a bowl of macaroni cheese, check out some of our favorite pictures from her collection below. Once you've enjoyed Samatha's brilliant creations, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

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Artist Creates Photo Mashups Making Everyday Objects Into Art

Artist Stephen McMennamy creates the most spectacular pieces of artwork but combining two unrelated everyday objects in one photo. As the mastermind behind Combo Photos, Stephen has a knack for predicting which objects work well together, editing them impeccably to create a seamless picture. He also pens extremely witty captions to accompany each picture he creates (which we've included under the pics as well), making his Instagram page a hilarious read as well as a treat for the eyes. Check out some of Stephen's pieces of genius below. 

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Female Artist Of The Week: US National Park Posters Based On One Star Yelp Reviews

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who creates incredible quality content and this week, we've picked Amber Share, an illustrator and hand lettering artist. She creates "illustrations of America's lovely national parks, along with a line from a real 1-star review of that park." These brilliant posters, with hilarious captions, can be found on @subparparks and show us that "apparently even mother nature is subject to the wrath of the internet." Once you've enjoyed Amber's brilliant creations below, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

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Female Artist Of The Week: Instagram With Funny Quarter-Life Crisis Poetry

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who creates incredible quality content and this week, we've picked @quarterlifepoetry, which contains four-line poems about the very relatable life experiences of millennials. The project was created by Samantha Jayne about the quarter-life crisis and is light-hearted, funny and brilliantly clever. She might not be Keats, but she is certainly relatable to all the 20-something-year-old women of today. Here is a selection of her beautiful works of art.

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Female Artist Of The Week: Instagram Cartoonist Of Millennial "Life And Stuff"

The key to a successful Instagram account is creating relatable content and that's exactly what Arianna Margulis, the artist and creator behind Butlikemaybe has done. Boasting 234k followers, Margulis creates "toons about life and stuff" that all go back to her experience of working in fashion, dating and partying in New York and Los Angeles. Her cartoons are relatable, humorous and have been made into a book that so many women will fall in love with. Check out some of her creations below. 

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Artist Re-Imagines Disney Characters As Historical Paintings

Just when you think Disney characters have been re-imagined in every possible way -- BAM! 

There's another. 

I mean, we thought we saw the end of this trend when one artist re-imagined them as hot dogs

But oddly enough, whenever a new re-imagined scenario pops up, it's impossible not to scroll through and enjoy the sheer imagination and the obvious talent of the artists. 

Disney characters re-imagined as historical paintings is done by the talented Carlos Gromo, and you can follow his awesome work on Instagram! 

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Cake Artist Creates Beautiful Cakes By Painting With Buttercream

Buttercream Bakery in Sydney, Australia is co-owned by Kat Logan. She creates the most beautifully intricate, mesmerizing and unique cakes by doing something that not many other (if any) cake artists do; she paints with buttercream. Not only do her designs look too good to eat, but they look like they should be up in a museum. Take a look at some of her beautiful creations below 

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Female Artist Of The Week: Instagram Account Serving Daily Recipes for Self Love

Recipes for Self Love is the Instagram page of artist Alison Rachel boasting over 500k followers. It contains her beautiful, empowering and inclusive images of women, featuring simple but powerful statements of how to take care of yourself. The messages are themed around "feminism, self-care, boundaries, intersectionality, sexuality, anxiety, ritual, beauty, individuality, and self-expression", and are full of encouragement for all you queens out there. We hope you find these incredible images as inspiring as we do! 

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Female Artist Of The Week: Instagram Account 'Texts From Your Existentialist' Is Far Too Relatable

Hey, all you existentialists out there... this is for you! @Texts From Your Existentialist is a hilarious Instagram account run by L.A.- based artist and poet, April Eileen Henry, which posts memes that satisfy all your darkest thoughts with a twist. The account's bio—which has nearly 500k followers— reads "When art meets texts from your existential dread". It is a spinoff of the @Texts From Your Ex Instagram account, and according to her website, Henry started the project when she turned to art "as a visual aid while she wrote poetry about her woes... to bring more messages that speak to the pity party line and the seldom spoken sadnesses of life, rather than the alienating positive messages that pervade the internet today."

Scroll down for some of our favorite memes from her account. Will they make you feel better or worse about life? Who knows....

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Artist Turns Unsolicited Tinder Messages Into Creative Satirical Masterpieces

Valentine's Day is fast approaching, throwing single people everywhere into a Hallmark-induced blind panic of swiping on dating apps like Tinder, desperately trying to find love. But as fun as endless hours of virtual flirting can be, dating apps can also be vapid spaces filled with inappropriate and unsolicited (often one-way) sexual exchanges.

One artist who experienced such interactions on Tinder is Dafna Steinberg. She was inspired to create a collection called "I'm Willing To Lie About How We Met", in which she uses real opening lines men sent her in personal messages on the app. She sets these "against a backdrop, of romantic imagery from advertising, romance novels, and fashion editorials found in vintage magazines and books." Her project "examines the differences between the superficial hopes of romantic love, the stark reality found on dating sites and trying to reconcile the two while combating the misogyny of 'hook up' culture."

And they say romance is dead…

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Artist Reimagines “Baby Yoda” As Disney Princesses

And honestly, we're here for it. 

Buzzfeed Artist, Crystal Ro, has taken the ever-popular "Baby Yoda" and re-imagined him dressed as each one of the Disney princesses. 

The result? Pure magic. 

"Baby Yoda" as Disney princesses is not something we would have ever thought of but we're sure glad someone out there did. 


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Artist Depicts The Truth of Motherhood Through Illustrations

One thing we all know for sure -- mother's are superheroes. 

Paula Kuka, mom of two, began documenting her life in series of cartoons in 2017. What started out as therapeutic process turned into so much more. Her illustrations were resonating with women all over the world. 

You can follow more of her artwork at the site 'Common Wild' or on Instagram! 

 

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Artist Challenges The Way We View Disney Characters By Placing Them In 'Not So Innocent' Scenarios

Many people grew up with magic. We are not referring to Harry Potter magic or magician's magic, but instead the special, indescribable magic of Disney. If you grew up in the 90s, you probably had a favorite character, a favorite Disney princess, and a favorite Disney movie. Your bedspread, blankets, pillows, bedroom furniture, and clothes further solidified your love for all things Disney. Disney was a childhood lifestyle, and its characters were our spirit animals, always good, innocent and heroic. However, Japanese graphic designer, Shusaku Takaoka, decided to challenge the way we see our favorite cartoon characters by digitally incorporating them into places and scenarios they don't fit into. 


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Useful Guide On How To Recognize Famous Painters By Their Art

Thanks to Reddit user u/DontTacoBoutIt (a now dead account) we have this ridiculous, yet really accurate and useful art guide!

If art was never your strong suit and you're looking to impress, this is the guide for you. 

Happy learning! 

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Street Artist Creates Incredible Transparent-Like Murals

Artist Rodrigo Miguel Sepúlveda Nunes (who calls himself 'Vile'), was born in Vila Franca de Xira, and at the young age of 14 began to paint graffiti. Rodrigo studied Cartoon & Animation Films and Drawing and Illustration and polished his skills in such techniques as watercolor, oil, charcoal, digital drawing and tattooing, Vile is perfecting his mastery of "transparent" graffiti. 

Check out some of his work below:

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Artist Illustrates How Adults Encourage Sexism Among Young Boys And it is Thought Provoking

We all know children learn by copying/following the adults around them. So, when we display bad/toxic behavior in front of our children, it slowly starts developing in them too. But, there's something many of us do that goes unnoticed—nurturing sexism in young boys. For example, by telling their sons that certain things are exclusively for "girls" and doing them would also make them "girly." To address this topic better, artist Damian Alexander used his artistic illustrations to explain how adults encourage sexism in young boys through every day small talk. For more, check out his Instagram page as well as his home page.

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