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90-Year-Old Czech Grandma Beautifies Her Small Village With Gorgeous Traditional Paintings

We’ve already covered the amazing Polish village where every house is covered with flowers, but now we’ve got you a story that tops even that. Its author is this 90-year-old resident of Louka, Czech Republic, who spends every spring and summer painting the houses of her hometown with delicate blue flower ornaments.

Anežka (Agnes) Kašpárková, a former agricultural worker, was inspired to take on this project by another local woman who had been doing the same for years.

She uses only a single shade of blue and a small brush to create these floral patterns that are inspired by traditional Moravian (southern Czech) artwork. And despite becoming kind of famous locally and nation-wide, she says that she does it only for pleasure: “I am an artist,” she told Czech media. “I just enjoy it and I want to help.”

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ELLE Brazil Recreates 5 Iconic Paintings With Real People And The Results Are Amazing

We’ve seen many recreations of famous artwork over the last couple of years (check out our favourites here and here) each time breathing new life into all-too-familiar landscapes. The purpose of each recreation differs from one another, bringing out the details and ideas one might not have noticed before. The team behind ELLE Brasil decided to pay a tribute to the most famous pieces of artwork with a statement that art is the antidote to negativity in life.

The magazine invited world famous Brazillian figures to help them recreate the art pieces. They chose actress Sonia Braga to replicate the famous smile of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa with a recreation that represents timeless beauty. The gentle femininity in Sandro Botticelli’s Birth Of Venus was embodied by transgender model Lea T.  Love was captured in Gustav Klimt’s recreation of The Kiss with actors Tais Araujo and Lázaro Ramos holding one another all wrapped up in gold. The magazine turned the mood of Edvard Munch’s The Screamupside down by letting Brazilian theater legend José Celso Martinez Corrêa scream of joy rather than fear. The picture of composer Caetano Veloso that pays homage to David Hockney’s Joinerssymbolizes the movement and perspective that art brings to life.

Scroll down to see the side-by-side comparisons of the famous originals and the beautiful covers of the magazine, which hits the stands the coming Monday.

Source: ELLE Brasil (h/t design taxi)

Sandro Botticelli’s Birth Of Venus was recreated with Lea T, a transgender model that pushes boundaries of femininity

Source: Wikipedia | ELLE Brasil

Actress Sonia Braga became Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, embodying timeless beauty

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Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss was reimagined with actors Tais Araujo and Lázaro Ramos, showing that love sees far beyond the skin color

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The fear in Edvard Munch’s The Scream was turned into joy by Brazilian theater legend José Celso Martinez Corrêa

Source: Wikipedia | ELLE Brasil

Perspective and movement in David Hockney’s Joiners was interpreted with the help of composer Caetano Veloso

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Artist Managed To Capture A Girl In A River, And People Are Amazed By His Talent

Kei Mieno is a Japanese artist who was born in Hiroshima, he specializes in realism, and when you see his work it’s hard to believe that this is not a real picture.

Kei has received a lot of attention after he shared an image of a woman laying down in the river, people were surprised to know that the image in front of them is actually a painting. Hard to believe, right?  Well if you look up close, you can notice the small painted details. In fact, this is not the only Mieno’s painting that will surprise you with the artist’s skill and talent. If you enjoy hyperrealistic paintings, you most definitely have to see our article about this Italian painter whose works are so detailed it’s unbelievable.

More info: keimieno.wixsite.com | twitter.com | Instagram (h/t)

Meet Kei Mieno, a Japanese artist who recently has gained a lot of media attention after he uploaded this image online

As it turns out, this is not an ordinary picture, is actually a painting

In fact, this is not the only Mieno’s painting that will surprise you with the artist’s skill and talent


Recently, Kei Mieno went on Twitter to share a painting he created 15 years ago to show the progress he has made

Even though his previous work is still amazing, there is clearly an incredible difference


According to him, his paintings are not aiming to mimic the reality but to portray the life the way he sees it



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Incredibly Realistic Paintings By This Korean Artist Will Leave You Amazed

Young-Sung Kim is a Korean born, NYC and Korea based artist best known for his hyperrealistic paintings. Kim’s paintings have been featured in numerous galleries all around the world and it’s no surprise – the incredible amount of details make them look more like photographs, rather than paintings.

Kim has been working on his current series called ‘Nothing. Life. Object’ since 2006 and painted over 60 paintings. He says he works every day from 9 am to midnight but despite working over 14 hours a day it still takes Kim a year to finish some of his works – “I want them to be as realistic as humanly possible, it just takes me a very long time to be completely satisfied with a piece,” says Kim. Kim also mentions one painting – the frog on the bolts – took him about five years to finish.

Although we might have a hard time telling the paintings from photographs, Kim believes they are not realistic enough: “If you enlarge a photo to observe it, you will realize it is not very realistic. Technology advances at a great speed and it is hard to keep up, but my goal is to outperform high-definition television or computer monitors. It’s a real challenge, but I’m hoping to be able to paint in greater detail than photos or QHD monitors. To create an image that is real in every single detail,” says Kim.

See Kim’s amazing hyperrealistic paintings in the gallery below!

More info: Instagram | Facebook | Saatchi Art

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One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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30 Four-Panel Comics For People Who Have A Bit Of A Darker Sense Of Humor

Tyler Martin is no newbie when it comes to comics. Martin spent most of his time in high school in the art room. Whether it was lunch or one of the several made-up elective art classes he has had. Later, the self-taught artist and graphic designer started working in advertising and posting his digital art on the Web in the late nineties, creating a fairly popular site that had cartoon versions of rock bands. More projects followed but eventually, Martin found himself developing platforms and websites for publishing comics rather than creating them.

As time went by, however, he couldn’t help but feel that something was missing. An outlet. Even though he wasn’t producing comics, ideas kept swirling around in his head, begging the artist to let them loose. So Martin made a comeback. He reintroduced Wally and Osborne, a series about a lost polar bear that winds up in Antarctica and befriends a penguin and created Puddlemunch.

“Being much less restrictive than Wally and Osborne, Puddlemunch gives me the freedom to pretty much create any ridiculous scenario that pops into my mind,” Martin told Bored Panda. These short strips perfectly show just how good of a storyteller Martin really is. Using only four panels to tell a joke, he develops interesting characters and surprising plots, all while reflecting the humorous world we live in.

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“[With Puddlemunch], I poke fun at the levels of complexity we add to our otherwise simple existence,” Martin explained the idea behind the series where animals make their appearances, too. “We are silly and we know it. We also have some dark realities: if we don’t laugh, we’ll cry.”

As you might’ve seen, Puddlemunch has quite a few recurring characters. The artist joked that one day he may like them enough to actually name them. “The rabbit and bear kind of started it all so the two of them are close to my heart and will continue to show up,” Martin reassured. “I’m envious of the rabbit’s ability to live for the moment and by emotion and impulsiveness, but I play it too safe for that. We all need a bear in our life to keep us in line with a reality check.”

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Then there’s the bald, yellow-shirt guy. “He is fun, just for the horrible things that happen to him and I can sometimes relate to being too passive in such a competitive world. Toby and his mustached dad are the dark-humored side of parenting that I have experienced as both a child and a parent.” More is also planned for the extremist raccoon and his ‘do what you gotta do’ attitude.

“A lot of people like the twisted-conscience robber guy as well, I’ll bring him back at some point.”

If anything is certain, it’s that Tyler hasn’t lost his artistic touch. Even though there had been a hiatus in his career as a comics creator, he resumed things right where he had left them — exposing the peculiar and the mundane through absurd humor.

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Jessica Cole 2 days agoOh my effing God, too much. I love this.

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Night Owl 2 days ago (edited)sit, shit, all the same thing , right?

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Night Owl 2 days ago (edited)I wonder if cats love empty boxes for a similar reason. Dun dun duuun

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Night Owl 2 days ago“Not soon enough.”

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Anne 2 days agoit does feel like that sometimes..

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Jessica Cole 2 days agoAhhh hahaha! Very awkward, I likes!

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Dorothy Parker 2 days agoVery cute.

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Kaeden 2 days agoSo true… So true.

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Seabeast 2 days agoBoth dogs and cats have licenses where I live… guess I better hide the car keys.

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von Funnyname 2 days agoThere’s a solid chance they’re plotting this even without a pandemic…

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Joran Quinten 2 days agoWell supposedly that’s only been touched by clean hands. Nevertheless I always use my feet, legs, elbow, tongue or any other extension than my hands

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Capermom 2 days agoHahaha…!

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Samantha Lomb 2 days agoI like Hawaiian pizza. Its sweet and salty

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FurryPotatoCat 2 days agothat was unexpected but still wholesome.

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Annabeth Chase 2 days ago…good to know everyone knows to do good

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Hans 2 days agoThis is exactly how I imagine it.

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Kaeden 2 days ago (edited)HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHH!!!

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Hans 2 days ago😀

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Dorothy Parker 2 days agoRidiculous. That giant stone gives me the chills in the film and it did it here!

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Seabeast 2 days agoI once caught a long skirt in an escalator and had to tear the fabric to get it loose.

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DancingToMyself 1 day agoThis kid is already traumatized for life 🙂

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mph seti 2 days ago (edited)‘Merica! Seriously, though…At least the raccoon did signal.

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DC 2 days agoHe deserved that!

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Hans 2 days agoWow, that one was beyond evil!

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Artist Shows What It’s Like To Be Nearsighted In 29 Paintings

If you’ve never needed glasses in your life, then you probably don’t even realize how nearsighted people see the world. A South African artist named Philip Barlow has created a series of hyperrealistic paintings showing how myopic (nearsighted) people see everything around them without glasses.

You can barely make out the shapes in the paintings at first glance, and everything looks blurry. But every nearsighted person will agree that’s what the world is like when you take off your glasses. Check out Philip’s paintings in the gallery below and what it’s like to be nearsighted for yourself.

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Artist ‘Pays’ Ants In Sugar To Help Finish Her Animal Paintings

Iantha Naicker is an artist who gets a little help finishing her works from someone you would never expect – ants. She uses tiny amounts of sugar to lure them onto her drawings and the ants form intricate shapes, that complete them.

The artist says she thinks ants are interesting and fascinating insects but capturing them on camera is not as easy as you think: “It gets tricky because they move around quickly and I have to record as fast as I can,” says Iantha. It can take numerous attempts to capture the perfect shot but the end result is worth it.

Check out Iantha’s ant paintings in the gallery below!

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Check out the creation of the Rhino in the video below:

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This Artist Creates Beautiful Paintings That Will Warm Your Coldest Winter Evenings

They say winter is the most wonderful time of the year – everything looks beautiful and pristine covered under a thick layer of snow and every home smells like gingerbread cookies and mulled wine. Wintertime often brings people together and the magical atmosphere inspires artists everywhere to create beautiful art.

Richard Savoie is a Canadian painter, known for his beautiful oil paintings of both nature and urban environments. His romantic artworks capture the wintertime mood and Christmas spirit perfectly. Check out the artist’s beautiful paintings in the gallery below!

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This Bulgarian Artist Quit Her Job To Create Watercolor Illustrations Reflecting Her Daily Life

Clementine Petrova is a Bulgarian artist based in London who has recently left her job to become a full-time freelance illustrator. She creates beautiful, cozy illustrations of her life using watercolor and ink and you’ll instantly fall in love.

The artist says that between working on projects, she loves making personal illustrations and experimenting to develop her skills. “I started to avoid illustrating just sole characters, and instead, I try to create whole situations, background, and environments,” says Clementine.

Check out her beautiful illustrations in the gallery below!

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One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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These 58 Pie Crust Designs By German Baker Are Pie-Fection (New Pics)

German baker and photographer Karin Pfeiff-Boschek takes pastry baking to a whole new level that is definitely close to pie-fection. She masterfully arranges dough and fruits into the most beautiful pie crust designs. Vibrant botanical and geometrical ornaments on top of delicious pies make them almost too pretty to eat.

If you think that these pies look straight out of recipe book pages—rightfully so. The artist has published a detailed guide on how to turn your favorite pies into edible works of art in her accurately-titled book “Elegant Pie.”

Many people have started experimenting in the kitchen during quarantine, so here’s a list that will truly challenge your skills and make your mouth water! And excuse us in advance for all the growls in your stomach this may cause. If you are still hungry, check out our previous post with more amazing pies.

More info: Instagram | ourdeliciousfood.com

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Misterscooter 1 day agoI’m guessing it is magically delicious.

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Karin Pfeiff-Boschek told Bored Panda that her journey with pastry started in childhood, but didn’t evolve into a profession: “As a child, I enjoyed seeing, smelling, and eating the bread and pastries that both of my grandmothers made. Baking was traditional in our family in rural Germany and when I was a young teenager, I began baking cakes and pastries for my brother and sister.”

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Misterscooter 1 day agoSure, I’ll have seconds.

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Misterscooter 1 day agoAny Catan players getting hungry?

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“In my twenties, I spent many summers in Paris and was fascinated by the beautiful baked goods in every pâtisserie on nearly every street corner. I did not become a baker, however, but became interested in fabrics, eventually designing, dyeing, and creating my own works of textile art. Nonetheless, I enjoyed baking, often experimenting with various doughs and batters.”

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Suzanne Clark 1 day agoThat is amazing; it took a while to catch on that it’s apple slices.

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“My American-born husband learned to bake pies from his mother, a prize-winning pie baker and a very good cook. I thought the pies were delicious, but began to wonder whether one could decorate them in a manner similar to the way cakes are turned into works of art. This was just at the time that I opened an account on Instagram and I began uploading pictures of my attempts at pie decoration. To my surprise and delight, the comments were positive, resulting in a rapid rise in the number of followers of my account,” says the artist, who now has an impressive number of over 90k followers on Instagram.

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Misterscooter 1 day agoGetting ready for several slices of heaven.

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Misterscooter 1 day agoThis is a peach of a pie.

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Love Math 22 hours agoTHE EYE

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Misterscooter 1 day agoAlways take picture before cutting.

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Up All Night 1 day agoIt hurts my OCD that the biggest blueberry isn’t placed on the center.

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Curry on… 1 day agoI’d like to know what kind of tools she uses. These are beautiful.

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Love Math 22 hours agoYour pies are absolutely WONDERFUL!

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Helen Haley 1 day agoWhat kind of berries are these?

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoI’d be astounded to be served this.

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3 8 5 19 19 1 1 day agoThese baked goods are so beautiful it’s almost a shame that they have to be eaten!

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Dorothy Parker 1 day ago (edited)Gay abandon. Just perfect happiness.It makes me smile.

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoSigh. Pure beauty. And looks delicious.

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Love Math 22 hours agoThis is absolutely amazing, I would NOT want to eat it.

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoMind boggling.

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoI’ve never had a baked strawberry pie.

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Love Math 22 hours agosymetrical pie

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoEdible crewel work.

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Love Math 2 hours agoAbsolutely Amazing

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April Simnel 2 days agoThis looks like one that I could do.

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Yayaboobo 17 hours agoThese remind me of crop circles

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Love Math 1 hour agoYum!

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Martine 1 hour agoArt déco design!

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Mia Lukie 13 hours agoMy fave one! Beautiful!

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Podunkus 1 day agoI didn’t think the stars would hold their shape. Boy was I wrong.

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Suzanne Clark 1 day agoOh rats! After all these pictures, now I want pie.

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoBeautiful but how tasty is the peel?

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoAn edible garden.

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoOh, for Thanksgiving. Great pattern.

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Dorothy Parker 1 day ago (edited)Totally charming. My fork would like to jump into this pile of leaves.

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Dorothy Parker 1 day agoIt feels Turkish.

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Mary Brosnihan 18 hours agoHow was the kiwi after baking? I am mesmerized by all of these. Thanks so much for sharing.

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