Artist Haroshi saves skateboards from doom and helps them to be reborn into sculptures.


Old and broken skateboards most frequently end up on landfill or bonfires. Artist Haroshi saves skateboards from doom and helps them to be reborn into sculptures. Haroshi removes the hardware, the carefully cuts, stacks, saws, grinds, and sands the pieces into a variety of shapes and figures. He has created Teddy Bears, Nintendo’s Mario, large hands, laughing skulls, and many other impressive pieces. Haroshi lets the mulit-colored layers from the skateboards provide the color.

Haroshi hides a little magic in all of his pieces, too. Inside of every sculpture hides a tiny metallic piece from the skateboard’s hardware which he believes adds spirit and life to the piece. In many of his creations Haroshi uses the broken edges of the wood to add texture and drama. Next time a skateboard snaps under your feet, take a closer look and see what it can become. Via Indulgd.





Artist Creates Artworks Out Of Human Hair And Dust

The incredibly talented Japanese artist, Takahiro Iwasaki, has recently began creating a completely unique, and indescribably detailed body of work. His current piece, which was part of an exhibit this past year at the Kawasaki City Museum, entitled “Out Of Disorder” is designed using cloth fibers, human hair, and dust.


The New Trend: ‘Phonies’ get with it or get lost!

Dan Rubin is a photographer who started mocking the ever growing trend of selfies by having random pedestrians pose with  a face of a celebrity in front of them. The end result is some really cool pictures and maybe even a new trend, you decide which trend you follow, is it a ‘Phonie’ or a ‘Selfie’? Have a look at some snapshots to help you decide



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What famous celebrities would look like with tattoos

The artist Cheyenne Randall Photoshopped a series of photos showing famous celebrities with tattoos.
The following pictures are from her new series, enjoy!



marilyn monroe with tattoos


john lennon with tattoos

walter white with tattoos

winona ryder with tattoos

johnny cash with tattoos

saved by the bell tattoos

James Gandolfini with tattoos

willie nelson with tattoos


Cheyenne Randall put even more celebrities with tattoos on Tumblr. Check it out right here!

March 2nd, 2014

Dutch Artist Peter Gentenaar ‘reinvented’ paper, Amazing!


Limited by the uses of commercial paper Netherland-based artist Peter Gentenaar has created his very own paper. Using long-fiber paper pulp he is able to create incredible 2-dimensional art which has some of the most amazing organic forms. Similar to how a leaf dries and curls, so does Peter’s sculptures, creating unbelievable organic-looking sculptures. The end result, an incredible series of gracefully floating sculptures. You can see these installations on display above the main restaurant at Hotel Indigo St. Petersburg. Here are some beautiful pictures where you can judge for yourself.










Special thanks to ThisIsColossal and My Modern Met

– See more at: Induldge

Streets of Colour: OKUDA and REMED Miami and Toronto Art project

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Two of the world’s leading artists, REMED (France) and OKUDA (Spain) are coming to North America to offer us the opportunity of witnessing their creative process in two new projects within the international campaign Streets of Colour.

Following the success of previous events of Streets of Colour in Europe, the first of these artistic actions in North America will be held in Miami on the 5th of June, during which the artists will be painting a stunning mural of 30 x 190 feet. After that they will be in Toronto from June 10th to 12thduring the gastronomic festival Colours of Spainto share with us their passion and creativity.

Live paintings will take place in:

• Miami:
Live painting: from 3
rd to 6th June
Event: Thursday, June 5
th, 2014 from 6:30
(for free access please send a mail to
Cafeina Wynwood Lounge – 297 Northwest 23rd Street and Northwest 5th Avenue, Miami, FL 33127. USA

• Toronto:
June 11
th to 12th, 2014
Patria restaurant. 461 King Street West. Toronto, ON M5V 1K4

Streets of Colour, the collaboration of both Madrid based artists with Campo Viejowines began in April of 2013, when they created a twenty feet high sculpture in their vineyard in Logronio (La Rioja, Spain) inspired by the environment and expressiveness of the wines. After that, REMED and OKUDA have spread their art, vibrancy and colours  through different European cities such as Madrid, London or Brussels, Miami and Toronto being now their next stops.

Once the events finish, we will send you information and photos, if you need any further information or if you want to interview the artists please contact us.


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