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Draw Your Own 3-D Masterpiece With The “3Doodler” (Video)

The art community is never lacking in creativity or innovation. One new device is getting a lot of attention after turning heads with an impressive Kickstarter campaign last year. Wobble Work’s “3Doodler” is a 3-D pen that actually allows you to create three dimensional artwork using a two dimensional drawing technique. According to 3Doodler’s website… “As 3Doodler draws, it extrudes heated plastic, which quickly cools and solidifies into a strong stable structure. This allows you to build an infinite variety of

This Artist Makes Elaborate Tree Sculptures Using A Single Strand of Wire (Photos)

Clive Maddison is an author and artist based in Brixham, England. Clive wasn’t a big fan of school growing up, but he always enjoyed hands on activities like metalwork and woodwork. After graduating college, he spent 12 years working as an electrician for a large company before leaving to become an independent contractor. Becoming self-employed also gave Clive a chance to pursue his two biggest passions: writing and art. Clive creates amazingly intricate models of different trees by twisting a single strand of wire. No

University Of Rochester Researchers Make Cloaking/Invisibility Device (Video)

University of Rochester Ph.D. student Joseph Choi 

Photo Credit:  J. Adam Fenster / University of Rochester

Scientists at the University of Rochester have discovered a way to cloak large objects from sight, using what they call a “Three-dimensional, Transmitting, Continuously Multidirectional Cloaking Device”. Cloaking is the process by which an object becomes hidden from view, while everything else around the cloaked object appears undisturbed. What is most amazing is that the device can be created using inexpensive and readily available technology. The cloaking device requires four specific lenses, but it only cost researchers John Howell and

This 5-Year-Old Autistic Girl Paints Incredible Masterpieces Reminiscent of Monet

Autism is a neurological disorder characterized by an impaired ability to communicate and engage in social interaction. But on numerous occasions, it has been shown that people with autism are often gifted with incredible talents. These people are often called autistic savants. Iris Grace, a 5-year-old from the UK, is a perfect example. Along with her speech therapy, her parents decided to introduce her to painting. It proved to be a great decision. Her mother, Arabella Carter-Johnson, explains: “We have been

This Guy Uses Other People’s Trash to Make Amazing Mini-Houses for the Homeless

If you’re ever in Oakland, you might see a man named Gregory Kloehn dumpster-diving or digging through illegally dumped piles of trash. The only thing is, Gregory isn’t homeless. In fact, he uses the materials he collects from the dumpsters to build small creative houses for the homeless. Gregory is an artist who started making mini-houses with the intention of selling them. But one day, a homeless man came to his studio asking for a tarp. At the time, all Gregory had built

The Coolest Places On Earth: The White Temple- Thailand (Pictures)

At the northern tip of Thailand, in the Chiang Rai province, lies one of the most beautiful and elaborate pieces of architecture and sculpture in the world. Wat Rong Khun, better known to the western world as the White Temple, is a modern buddhist temple built in 1997 by Chalermchai Kositpipat, a Thai visual artist born and raised in Chiang Rai. In May of this year, an earthquake struck the region, nearly destroying the temple. Kositpipat initially said we would demolish the temple,

Using Only Strips of Paper, This Lady Makes Spellbinding Masterpieces (Pictures)

Yulia Brodskaya is an exceptionally creative illustrator and artist who has totally revolutionized the way paper is used in art. Born in Moscow in 1983, Yulia moved to the UK in 2004 to continue her art education at the University of Hertfordshire. After finishing with her schooling in 2006, Yulia started off her professional career working mainly as an illustrator and graphic designer. But it didn’t take long for her to give up computers in order to pursue her true passion: paper art. “Paper always held

Sao Paulo’s “Ouvidor 63″: A 13-Story Utopia For Squatting Artists and Musicians (Video)

Brazil’s biggest city is filled with towering skyscrapers and abandoned buildings. Since 2008, however, rent has sky-rocketed in the city, increasing by 97% in just six years and putting Sao Paulo at #19 on the list of most expensive cities to live in. These rising living costs have left many local residents struggling to keep up with the price of keeping their home. In May of this year, a group of local artists claimed an abandoned 13-story tower block as their own. They redefined

So Apparently Wood Pile Art Is A Thing. And It’s Pretty Amazing (Pictures)

When you think about wood and art, you might think of carving, whittling or some other form of wood sculpting or carpentry. What you probably wouldn’t think of is the cutting, splitting and stacking of lumber itself. Luckily for us, there are some super creative people in this world who see art where others see nothing. And though it may seem like a pretty dull medium for art, lumber can have all sorts of different colors and textures that can be

This Awesome Artist Mom Turns Her 2-Year Old’s Scribbles Into Works of Art

Ruth Oosterman is an author, an artist, and a contributer for the popular website BoredPanda. But she is also a devoted and dedicated mother. So when her 2-year old daughter Eve started to become increasingly interested in her mother’s art, Ruth decided it was time to start doing some mother-daughter collaborations. She starts out by letting her daughter make an ink sketch, giving her no direction or instruction. Then once Eve has finished, Ruth turns the sketches into mind-blowing watercolor paintings. Here she is

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