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Mesmerizing Graffiti Birds on the Streets of Brazil by L7m

Brazilian street artist Luis Seven Martins successfully blends roughness and elegance in his Graffiti Birds urban paintings on the walls of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Martins, who goes by the nickname “L7m,” has been into art since childhood, and had his first introduction to spray paint at the age of 13. Since then, he has been experimenting with different techniques and materials like china ink, latex, pastel and acrylic.

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The Same Little House From The Same Camera Angle Over a Two-year Period

This stunningly beautiful yet simple series by accomplished Italian photographer Manuel Cosentino underscores just how much can be done with a single simple subject when one has focus and vision. To make this series, Cosentino simply took shots from the same exact position of the same exact house over a two-year period. The only things that change are the light and weather conditions that Cosentino captures around the house.

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97-Year-Old Legally Blind WW2 Veteran Creates Incredible Pixel Art With MS Paint

It’s never too late to learn. 97-year-old World War II veteran Hal Lasko, who is now legally blind, proves this by creating a series of stunningly detailed pixel paintings on his ’95 Microsoft Paint. Hal, also known as Grandpa, only discovered computer art only in his 80′s, and hasn’t let go of it since!

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Personal Trainer Reveals The Truth Behind Transformation Photos

You have definitely seen a lot of stunning body transformation pictures in the advertisements, or already tried following some diets, but most likely the results weren’t what you had expected. However, it’s actually easier than you think. A certified personal trainer Andrew Dixon decided to show the truth behind transformation photos and grew some muscles in just one day!

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Amazing Plant Sculptures at the Montreal Mosaiculture Exhibition 2013

Even if you’re not into gardening yourself, the plant sculptures in the international Montreal Mosaiculture Exhibition will blow your mind. This year over 200 horticultural artists from all around the world present 40 living plant sculptures, created from more than 22 000 different plant species – over 3 million flowers overall! The sculptures will be showcased in 10 exhibition greenhouses and 30 themed gardens at the Montréal Botanical Garden until 29 September.

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