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Make Something Cool Every Day 2009 on the Behance Network. G1Z. LEGO Art by Nathan Sawaya. Nathan Sawaya, a 36-year-old former lawyer has stunned the world with his incredible LEGO artworks. If giving up a successful career in law that paid a six figure salary, to follow a childhood dream doesn’t spell passion, then I don’t know what does. That’s exactly what Nathan Sawaya did, but he managed to build himself another career brick by brick and now he sells his LEGO masterpieces for thousands of dollars. Right now, Nathan has an inventory of 1.5 million LEGO bricks to use on his sculptures, at his New York studio and says his largest artwork was made up of about half-a-million bricks.

His LEGO works are now as valuable as they are beautiful, selling for more than $10,000 each. After posting his early work on the internet, Nathan Sawaya started getting orders for his art and realized the huge potential of his work. THE DAILY MONSTER: How are you?

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I'm glad you're here. As always, the Daily Monsters are restless, and they've been waiting for your visit. Here is a very special 7th Anniversary Monster to get you started: Here's what you'll find on the site: Click here to check out all the Daily Monster video clips, and the brilliant stories about each creature by viewers from all over the world. You can also check out this trailer for the amazing documentary Lynda.com recently made about me and the Monsters: You can watch the whole thing on their site at this link. Sticker art. Sticker art (also known as sticker bombing, sticker slapping, slap tagging, and sticker tagging) is a form of street art in which an image or message is publicly displayed using stickers. These stickers may promote a political agenda, comment on a policy or issue, or comprise a subcategory of Graffiti.

[citation needed] Stickers can be placed anywhere accessible, with a much lower risk of apprehension by officials enforcing anti–vandalism laws. Sticker artists use a variety of label types, including inexpensively purchased and free stickers, such as the United States Postal Service's Label 228 or name tags. Label 228's are often used with hand-drawn art, and are quite hard to remove, leaving a white, sticky residue. Hundreds of Tourist Photos Weaved into One (18 total) Saint Basil's Cathedral, Moscow Ready to embark on an adventure?

Hundreds of Tourist Photos Weaved into One (18 total)

Let's take a trip around the world. Got no cash? Strapped for time? Dude Craft. Rogues_gallery_04.jpg (JPEG Image, 540×1078 pixels) - Scaled (64%) FreeRangeStudios's Channel. On The Air - 2012 on the Behance Network. Solitude - 2010/2011 - A work in progress on the Behance Network. Anal-Retentive Miniscule Pencil Tip Carvings « How-To News. Dalton Ghetti has been carving teeny, tiny pencil tip sculptures for 25 years.

Anal-Retentive Miniscule Pencil Tip Carvings « How-To News

The New York Times reports, "Mr. Ghetti, who owns about as many possessions as a monk, is aware how unusual his craft is. He started carving tree bark when he was a child and experimented with everything from soap to chalk before settling on graphite. It’s second nature now, and for 90 percent of his work, all he needs is a sewing needle, a razor blade and a carpenter’s or No. 2 pencil. 'The pencil tip is great; it’s like a pure, very homogenous material,' he said. Insane. Amazing Art Works Based On Children’s Drawings.

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Beach Art. Calligraphic art. PHOTOGRAPHY. Animated stereoviews of old Japan. 28 Oct 2009 In the late 19th and early 20th century, enigmatic photographer T.

Animated stereoviews of old Japan

See . Saw on the Behance Network. Drew_anopenlettertosubway.gif (GIF Image, 434×750 pixels) - Scaled (92%) ROA Creates A Giant Lanticular in London. DESIGN. Sharpie Art on Styrofoam Cups (79 pics) Category: Pics | 4 Nov, 2009 | Views: 713628 | +1952 | Tweet See the site of the author for more - iamboey.com.

Sharpie Art on Styrofoam Cups (79 pics)

Drawings under the influence of LSD. These nine drawings were done by an artist under the influence of LSD – part of test conducted by the US government during it’ s dalliance with psychotomimetic drugs in the late 1950s.

Drawings under the influence of LSD

The artist was given a dose of LSD 25 and free access to an activity box full of crayons and pencils. His subject is the medico that jabbed him. ^ First drawing is done 20 minutes after the first dose (50µg). An attending doctor observes – Patient chooses to start drawing with charcoal. The subject of the experiment reports – “Condition normal.. no effect from the drug yet.” ^ 85 minutes after the first dose and 20 minutes after the second dose has been administered (50µg + 50µg). The patient seems euphoric. “I can see you clearly, so clearly. . ^ 2 hours and 30 minutes after the first dose. Patient appears very focused on the business of drawing. “Outlines seem normal, but very vivid – everything is changing colour.

. ^ 2 hours and 32 minutes after first dose.