Creative T-Shirts and bags Prints by Raubdruckerin, Pirate Printer from Berlin

The Berlin based collective artist Raubdruckerin is currently traveling through Europe. Along the way they make naturally beautiful prints of manhole covers and paving stones.

Raubdruckerin is German for female pirate printer. What they do is use objects in public space to print with t-shirts and bags. Everything they make, just happens on the street.

Creative T-Shirt Prints by Raubdruckerin, Pirates Printer from Belin

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10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

We all used to seeing graffiti on city walls or in urban facades. Certainly we’re not used to seeing them on the ground, on the mountains. And yet, the street artist in the name Saype recently completed a great work of art in the mountains of the region Leysin, Switzerland. The 10,000 square meter piece depicts a peasant lying on the earth in the area, with formal attire and hands behind her head enjoying the sun.The creation was on the ground, creating the image of the terrestrial plants, while the view from above is impressive.

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Padua center is home of about 200 different species of silkworms

This is an amazing creation, which has a hidden talent. It was worn by the emperors, they were paid, fought for it. Silk – the most expensive cloth in the history of mankind. The origin of this gentle sliding material shall little caterpillar – silkworm, who lives in East Asia. Initially silk production secret was known only in China, today silk industry is spread all over the world. On one of the modern factory for the breeding of silkworms visited Italian photographer Alessandro Bianchi.

Padua center is home to about 200 different species of silkworms

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Zodiac Body Paintings by Trina Merry

The American artist Trina Merry painted the bodies of models with non-toxic paint and In total, for the creation of the inverse images of twelve traditional zodiac signs, with sixty models. Previously, the artist has tested everyone’s flexibility. Only on closer inspection you can see that under the picture literally hidden human bodies. Trina as master BODY PAINTING and body art successfully manages to disguise even the hair, which in the end are a good complement the overall picture. At first glance it is difficult to imagine that we are not the signs of the zodiac pictures before, but also a real human bodies. [Trina Facebook]

Zodiac Bodypaintings by Trina Merry
[Taurus] Trina usually takes 2-9 hours to arrange her models’ positioning and posture, and then painted on their bodies. Lifelike figure of the Minotaur, body painting is difficult to see out of.
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Bike-Monster on the Steam Engine

Bike with a steam engine – the invention of Dutch designers. Distinctive features of this bike is its original appearance, not outstanding speed and now pirate name. Bike Festival Bigtwin, who by custom is carried out in the Netherlands, presented a unique bike with the name “Black Pearl” from Revatu, which surprised the fact that It is based on the steam engine. The steam monster appeared at the booth under the flag with the image of the well-known Jack Sparrow from “Pirates of the Caribbean.”

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20 ideas for recycling tree trunks and decorate your home

Decorating with wood is very common in any house. It provides a unique and natural touch, but instead of buying the items why not bet on the trunks of trees that we can find on the field for our creations? Observe the ideas that we bring you then to do so.

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Chinese Artist Create Glueless Replica of Chingqing with 50,000 Coins

Chinese artist Hye Peytsi used about fifty thousand coins, and a mountain of agates to create a replica (the most accurate copy of the) city of Chongqing on a smaller scale. All that is necessary to the author, it is a mountain of coins and small agates, as well as traditional chopsticks. Well, of course, a panoramic photo on which this and create a small copy. In total, He Peixi used eleven types of coins, some of which have long been withdrawn from circulation. Master spent two hours every day for a long period. And he basically did not use glue, as prohibited by law in China defacing banknotes or coins. This is not the first such project for the Chinese. Last year, he spent ten days on the creation of a copy of “Titanic.”

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