Art Project of the Day

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Art Project,Photo Series,Ulric Collette
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Art Project of the Day: For his "Portrait Génétique" project, Quebec-based photographer Ulric Collette combined portraits of family member combos (father/son, mother/daughter, brother/sister, etc.) to provide a photographic exploration of "genetic similarities between family members."

[notcot.]

Art Project of the Day

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Art Project,Mike Guppy,Selected
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Art Project of the Day: In his animated GIF series "Selected," artist Mike Guppy replaces the subjects of well-known paintings with a colony of marching ants.

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[tnt.]

Art Project of the Day

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Art Project,criterion collection,Harry Potter,Patrick Sullivan
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Art Project of the Day: As part of his senior year portfolio, Patrick Sullivan imagines what the Criterion covers of the Harry Potter films might look like if when they join the prestigious collection.

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[pottercriterion / thanks ian!]

Art Project of the Day

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Art Project of the Day: Dutch directors Lernert & Sander enlist the services of makeup artist Ferry van der Nat and his assistant Vanessa Chan in applying a year's worth of layers to the face of Akris ambassador Hannelore Knuts "to see how much is needed to go from a natural look to an outrageous one."

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Swing Setup of the Day

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Untoon of the Day

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Art Project,bert,nightmare fuel,Sesame Street,Untoon
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Untoon of the Day: Silicone sculpture of a life-like Bert by Effects Lab member Nacho.

Somehow I doubt Sesame Street would be the beloved children's show it is today if its characters looked like this.

[sirmitchell.]

Art Project of the Day

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Art Project,Claire Hummel,disney princesses
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Art Project of the Day: While some people collect stamps or go fishing, Microsoft Games artist Claire Hummel has been using her spare time to draw historically accurate depictions of Disney princesses.

She just put the finishing touches on Jasmine, which she says was complicated by her "knowing veeeery little about pre-Islamic Middle Eastern clothing," but nothing a few days of research could mend.

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