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Via: Karl Gude
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Do you like to like drawing rumps but you find yourself wishing there was a simpler way? Well, look no further! Karl Gude shows you a way of drawing a variety of rear ends that only require five lines and a piece of paper!

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The South African Newspaper, Cape Times , cleverly took a number of famous photos and digitally modified them to appear as though they're selfies for a recent ad campaign. Each photo is accompanied with the tagline: "You can't get closer to the news."

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Have a look at this remarkable display of artistry though the making collages with deconstructed dollar bills. Along with their individual messages regarding politics and society, each piece begs the question, "Is money real or just material?"

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PhotographerJennifer Greenburg has connected with a number of vintage black-and-white photos she's collected over the years by inserting herself into the actual images. She connects with the scenery by mimicking the style at the time at which each photo was taken and the overall mood of what is happening in the pictures.

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A Belgian artist known as the Lord of Logos has recreated a number of logos for Fast Company Design with a look that is reminiscent of heavy metal bands. The revamped logos also include Apple, Walt Disney, and The New York Times, among others.

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In his latest series titled "Rapid Bloom," German photographer Martin Klimas captured these spectacular high-speed photographs of shattering flowers that had been dipped in liquid nitrogen and dried with an air gun.

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