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No Cat Lover Will Be Able To Resist These Cozy Curled-Up Cats As Decorative Ceramic Plates (13 Photos)

Cat and beautiful ceramics lovers listen up because this one’s for you! This Russian artist creates mesmerizing, one-of-a-kind tableware that’s a perfect gift to any cat fan out there. The cats are depicted in a cozy curled-up position and the plates come in a range of sizes. Whether you’ll use them for your small trinkets or jewelry, or will use it for eating, ceramicist Tatiana (or Taniko Ga) has got your back! The artist told one news outlet: “I love cats very much. I also love ceramics. It gives almost limitless opportunities for the realization of my ideas!”

The pieces are sculpted using white clay, while the painting is done by hand, which means that every artwork is as unique as it gets. There are some plates that even have a metal loop attached to them, so you can display the beautiful artwork on your walls. Scroll down below to see some examples of Taniko’s captivating work that includes white cats, tabbies, Siamese cats, and other beauties as well. As always, don’t forget to vote for the ones that you like the most!

For those interested in buying Taniko’s ceramic plates, go and check out her Etsy page!

More info: Instagram | Etsy

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Look at that I think its Gonna move.3ReplyView more comments#3 

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He has captured the heart of the cat.3ReplyView more comments#4 

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Becca Gizmo the Squirrel4 days ago

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A classy cat.3ReplyView more comments#8 

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The white part looks like a cat also.5ReplyView more comments#9 

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To sleep per chance to dream.2Reply#10 

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Wonderful all cats get in strange positions.4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#12 

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omggg r these reall, i love themmm4ReplyView more comments#13 

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People Are Calling This Russian Artist A Photoshop Wizard For His Incredible Works (40 Pics)

Max Asabin, aka Asabin Art, is a Russian digital artist and graphic designer whose incredible photo edits have even led to some people calling him a Photoshop wizard. And once you see his works, you’ll quickly see why.

With over 13 years of years of experience in the field, Max is no newcomer when it come to using Photoshop. The artist doesn’t just apply filters and tweak the colors – he really takes digital art to the next level by combining his own photos, stock images and 3D models into stunning works of art. Not only that – he even shares ‘behind the scenes’ photos that give you a glimpse of just how much work goes into creating his stunning works.

Check out Max’s amazing pieces of digital art in the gallery below!

More info: Instagram | Facebook | maxasabin.deviantart.com | behance.net | twitter.com | youtube.com | asabinart.tumblr.com | asabinart.artstation.com

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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 Russian Artists Transform Old Damaged Walls Into Beautiful Works Of Art

Have you ever seen a facade of a house that kind of looked like a face? Or maybe you’ve seen one on the front of a car (like this little happy face on a Renault Twingo)? If you answered ‘Yes’ to these questions, then you might have something called pareidolia.

Pareidolia is a phenomenon where a person sees faces in random everyday objects. In 2015, a Russian artist named Sofia Maksimova started sharing posts on a social media that featured images of various patterns on stucco walls, possibly inspired by this phenomenon. Eventually, other group members started sharing their own works and the group now has over 30,000 followers on Vkontakte and is constantly sharing various fan submissions.

Check out the images inspired by this weird phenomenon in the gallery below!

More info: instagram | Vkontakte h/t

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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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This Russian Artist Creates Bizarre Photo Edits And Over 4.5 Million People Love Them (35 Pics)

Ellen Sheidlin, aka Sheidlina, is a 25-year-old artist who is known for her bizarre and otherworldly photo edits that have amassed her over 4.6 million followers on Instagram.

In the past, the artist has worked with musicians like Little Big and Tommy Cash, helping to produce music videos and posing for promo art. Sheidlina’s works never cease to surprise her fans – one day she might turn herself into a baroque painting, and then pose as a leather armchair the next – you just never know what to expect from her.

Check out some Sheidlina’s crazy photo edits in the gallery below!

More info: Instagram | Instagram | Facebook | youtube.com

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Aušrys Uptas 

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 Adorable Tiny Felt Animals By Russian Artist Anna Romanova

Anna Romanova is a Russian artist who has been creating adorable felt animals that fit in the palm of your hand since 2010. In an interview with Bored Panda, the woman said that she started creating the felt animals as a hobby and initially only made them for her friends. However, after the artist started sharing photos of her works on Instagram, people absolutely fell in love with the tiny wool animals so she began selling them.

To create the little animals, Anna uses sheep’s wool and specialized felting needles. A single one of her toys can take between 5 to 14 days to finish, depending on the size and complexity. “I don’t like making copies of real animals, my toys have my own style, you could see it if you look in their eyes,” says the artist.

Anna warns that she has seen many scammers pretending to sell their own works under the artist’s name and says that you can only purchase the real thing by contacting her on Facebook or Instagram. Check out her adorable felt animals in the gallery below!

More info: Instagram | Facebook

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35 Impressive Miniature Sculptures On The Tip Of A Pencil (New Pics)

Miniature art always fascinates with how artists can make their artworks so tiny but incredibly detailed. In the hands of Russian artist Salavat Fidai, the tips of pencils become tiny and incredible masterpieces. The amount of detail the artist puts into these miniature masterpieces is absolutely astonishing!

More info: Instagram | Facebook | salavatfidai.com | youtube.com

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Fox

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banana 4 days agoReminds me of the Firefox browser

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Spiderman

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Berry Budgie 3 days agoWow this is hard work!

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The Ufa-based artist uses an X-ACTO knife to carve miniature renderings of various characters from pop culture, buildings, statues, and everyday objects. It is a delicate process because the success of the artwork depends on how much pressure the lead can withstand. Therefore, mistakes are inevitable.

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Rose

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4EVER PANDA 3 days agosoooo pretty. My fave so far.

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The Bird In A Cage

The Bird In A Cage

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divydumdrop hello 3 days agohowww! SO amazing

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For the artist, carving miniature renderings is like a meditation and a challenge at the same time. The most difficult task is to make a micro sculpture and not to break it. These sculptures are fragile and tiny, and that excites the artist the most. The artist likes to pay attention to the details and bring each sculpture to perfection.

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What Is Dead May Never Die

What Is Dead May Never Die

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david kohn 4 days agoamazing it reminds me of pirates of the Caribbean

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Stitch

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lamacorn 4 days agoMy older sister loves Lelo and stitch

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Fidai was born into a family of artists so it’s quite natural that he became an artist himself. His artistic journey started around 5 years ago and since then, he has continued to surprise us with his carving skills. If you are interested in more artworks by this artist, you can find them here and hereon Bored Panda.

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Astronaut

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david kohn 4 days agowow this is awesome the detail on that astronaut is incredible

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Statue Of Liberty

Statue Of Liberty

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Kate Baumann 4 days agoWhy is it silver? It’s beautiful!

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Red Balloon Dog

Red Balloon Dog

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Berry Budgie 3 days agoOk i love this pls i need one!

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Panda

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TESSA ADKINS 4 days agoOMG so cute!

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Ice-Cream

Ice-Cream

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Yoseph Workeneh 4 days agoThe middle one is so realistic.

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Pencil

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ANDREA SERRANO MORALES 4 days agoi was waiting for this one, lmao, pencil carved on pencil

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Baby Yoda

Baby Yoda

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Kate Baumann 4 days agoLOOOVE Mando!

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The Leaning Tower Of Pisa

The Leaning Tower Of Pisa

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Annabelle Fonseca 4 days agothe amount of detail in this!

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Clef

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Trains

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cat man 4 days agothe green one is so cool

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Pianist

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Yoseph Workeneh 4 days agothose tiny details

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Social Media

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phone. 4 days agoThis is so amazing!

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Black Swan

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4EVER PANDA 3 days agoanother pretty one!!!

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Food Chain

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phone. 4 days agoI love how the pencil is eating the fish…(I laughed my ass off and now I can’t get it back on, please send help)

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Star Wars

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Jane Campbell 3 days agoIt’s one pencil carved in the middle down to the lead.

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Butterfly

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Yoseph Workeneh 4 days agoIt’s very cool and the way she or he made the gap between the wings

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Flower

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phone. 4 days agoFlowey? Is that you? (sorry, I couldn’t resist doing this)

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Star Wars

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Julie Hanford 3 days agoAre these charcoal pencils?

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Wolverine

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david kohn 4 days agoYESSSS i love wolverine

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Skull

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Your Mother 3 days agoLove the tie

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Calm Done And Relax

Calm Done And Relax

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Panda with Heart 2 days agoI would love to have this one!!

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Billie Eilish

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Karin Gibson 4 days agoHow does he make the head wider than the colour.???

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Tulips

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Berry Budgie 3 days agoWowowowowowowowow!🤩

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Berry Budgie 3 days agoDude nobody cares if ur first

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Three Wise Monkeys

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Felipe StillChill 3 days agoSpeak no evil, see no evil, hear no evil. (I think)

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Arya Stark

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Harry Potter

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X KawaiiDemon X 3 days agoYES YES YES!!! I WAS WAITING FOR THIS!!! 💖⚡️

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Classical Hollywood Stars Colorized By Russian Artist (30 Pics)

Russian artist Olga Shirinina, better known by her nickname “Klimbim,” is into colorizing old, vintage photos and freshening up history for all of us. She is primarily dedicated to the history of her motherland: she has colorized portraits of the Romanov family, personalities of the Russian Revolution, and the heroes of the Second World War. But that’s not the only theme she likes.

This time, the theme of the Golden Age of Hollywood is in the limelight. The talented artist colors the actresses and actors of the bygone classical Hollywood era of the early to mid twentieth century.

More info: Facebook | klimbim2014.wordpress.com | klimbims.tumblr.com

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Elizabeth Taylor

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AzKhaleesi 3 days agouh… I wanna see the whole dress it’s so pretty!

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Erin 2 days agoHe was a pretty, pretty man.

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Almost all big-hitting actresses of the era are on this list: the sex symbol Marilyn Monroe, the charming Elizabeth Taylor, the mysterious Audrey Hepburn, and so on. And then there are the iconic dreamboats like Marlon Brando and James Dean. It’s fair to say that it is quite a robust line-up. But the credit shouldn’t go to only the actors: Olga “Klimbim” Shirinina makes these icons bright again. Back then, almost everybody knew the names of these Hollywood stars. But now these once-iconic images require refreshment.

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Tracy Moorhead 2 days agoShe was a beautiful woman!!

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Lyop 3 days agoWow. The green dress is amazing!!!

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And surely enough, Olga refreshes our cultural memory quite remarkably. One could say she brings the pop back into these once-bright icons. Check them out yourself. And if you’ve become a newfound fan of Olga “Klimbim” Shirinina, just follow her on her social media.

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Marilyn Monroe

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Emma Dingle 2 days agoThe first evolution of that meme (idk what it’s called but it’s the one with the two ladies and the man) xD

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Marilyn Monroe

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Nea 3 days agoI always prefer her b/w pictures. Somehow they exude beauty like colored pics dont.

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Psst. Hey! Perhaps you’re a fan of revived old photographs, or you’d like to see more of what the “olden-days” really looked like? Or maybe you’re just bored? Bored Panda has you covered. Colorized monumental, historic photos? Bang and bang. Our community isn’t sleeping either, and they’ve made a fantastic contribution to this topic. There’s Mario UngerJoachim WestSergey Produkin-Gorsky among others.

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Lana Turner

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Daria B 3 days agoHer name appears in a Clash song. ♡ Anyway, she kinda reminds me of Mila Jovović in this photo.

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Greta Garbo & Robert Taylor

Greta Garbo & Robert Taylor

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Elizabeth Styles 3 days agoThis belongs in the top the colors make this photo come to life! Sure we have seen many portraits (esp. of Ms. Hepburn) but I personally appreciate better a whole room.

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Marlon Brando

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Audrey Hepburn

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Tifferooski 1 day agoAudrey would have played a good Tinker Bell, with blonde hair of course.

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Ava Gardner

Ava Gardner

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Bean59 3 days agoLOVE that bathing suit

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Audrey Hepburn

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Steve Barnett 3 days agoB&W or colour; so beautiful.

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Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich

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PeachPossum 3 days agoTrivia: Marlene Dietrich is the only actress ever inducted into the Makeup Artist’s Guild. She always did her own makeup. Her nose was a bit crooked. To hide this defect, she drew a line down from the bridge to the tip with a silver pencil, then applied a light foundation over the top. The silver caught the light and made her nose look straight. She insisted that any direct light to her face was cast from above (often butterfly lighting) to accentuate her cheekbones.

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Anita Ekberg

Anita Ekberg

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Boris Krivy 11 hours agoMore beautiful than Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield, but not by much.

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Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

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Stannous Flouride 2 days agoWrong eye color.

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Rita Hayworth

Rita Hayworth

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Strawberry Hellcat 2 days agoI wish she’d used a photo with the “Gilda” gown, but this is gorgeous too!

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Marilyn Monroe

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Marky Mark 2 days agoAs a man I think: “great legs!”. As a parent, I think: “put on some pants or you’ll catch a cold”.

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Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

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Nadine 2 days agoCool photo either way.

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Jean Harlow

Jean Harlow

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Bobby Sammons 11 hours agoToo bad she died at shuch and early age, 26, but death doesn’t respect anyone.

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Merle Oberon

Merle Oberon

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PeachPossum 3 days ago (edited)The artist is Gerald L. Brockhurst (British, 1890-1978): The work is Merle Oberon, 1937, which was sold at auction in 2018 to an unknown bidder. Hollywood actress Merle Oberon kept a number of secrets from both the producers and the public. She hid her East Indian and Maori ancestry out of fear she would be blacklisted. She claimed to have been born in Tasmania when she was in fact born in Bombay, India. Yet that was the least of her secrets. Merle’s maternal grandmother Charlotte Selby gave birth to her daughter Constance at age 15. Constance gave birth to Merle at age 12. To hide the scandal, Charlotte passed Merle off as her own daughter. She gave her own partner’s name as Merle’s father. The identity of Merle’s biological father is not known.

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Anita Ekberg

Anita Ekberg

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Boris Krivy 11 hours agoA beauty for the ages.

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Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

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Catherine Stevens 2 days agoWhen the kid next to you is not shutting up.

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Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck

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Boris Krivy 11 hours agoLooks much better in colour. I always thought she looked too hard in her b&w films.

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Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

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Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

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Kathy Baylis 3 days agoBut it’s a totally different picture!

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Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich

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Boris Krivy 11 hours agoVery sultry. That’s a good thing.

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Rita Hayworth

Rita Hayworth

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Boris Krivy 11 hours agoThe colour version adds humanity.

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Audrey Hepburn

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Boris Krivy 11 hours agoHorrible hat.

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Russian Artist Sums Up Each Episode Of The Mandalorian In Vintage Comic Book Covers (8 Pics)

The Star Wars saga of 42 years wrapped up at the end of 2019, but a Disney+ hit show The Mandalorian came to save the day by taking us back to the Star Wars universe set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. This American space opera gave the fandom a new hope, the legendary baby Yoda and loads of exciting fan art to fill the wait until season 2.

Check out this impressive collection of next-level fan art by Vadim Dvoeglazov that we hope will become a real thing!

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Chapter 1: The Mandalorian

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Russian artist Vadim Dvoeglazov, also known as ‘dvglzv’, paid his tribute to the series by reimagining each of the episodes of The Mandalorian season 1 as vintage comic book covers in the style of an old school Marvel Star Wars comic book from the 1970s. These awesome retro illustrations perfectly sum up each episode and would definitely be approved by the Comics Code Authority. A flawless design, character representation and intricate details, like episode titles, quotes or consistent stamps, make it look as if they were real comics.

Chapter 2: The Child

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“Since childhood, I was not indifferent to comics and star wars universe. I really love the retro aesthetics of comic books of the 50-80s. I can name Jack Kirby as my inspiration. I often use his drawing style for my work,” the artist told Bored Panda.

Chapter 3: The Sin

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Chapter 4: Sanctuary

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Chapter 5: The Gunslinger

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Chapter 6: The Prisoner

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Chapter 7: The Reckoning

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Chapter 8: Redemption

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This Woman Creates Adorable Toys Using Felted Wool (35 Pics)

Nastasya Shuljak is a Russian artist who creates adorable little sculptures of animals and imaginary characters using felted wool. The artist started creating these felted creatures about 10 years ago after receiving a pack of wool as a New Year’s present from her friends. Nastasya was working as a theater artist and art teacher at that time but she quickly fell in love with wool and started her path to becoming a full-time toy designer. She now has over 83k followers on her Instagram account and even offers masterclasses to those who wish to learn the art of felting.

In an interview with Bored Panda, Nastasya said working with wool has been a huge part of her life for the past ten years and that she loves seeing the little sparks in her clients’ eyes after they buy the toys. The artist doesn’t consider her toys art, though, and calls them “little lumps of joy”. She tries to keep them as minimal as possible by stripping away all of the unnecessary details.

A lot of the artist’s toys have elements of nature and Nastasya says it’s not a cheap attempt to be trendy. “I’ve lived in nature for a very long time. I’ve spent my childhood in a small town near the sea, and my parents and I used to go to the forests a lot,” said the artist.

See Nastasya’s adorable felted toys in the gallery below!

More info: Instagram

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Russian Street Artist Draws Realistic Portraits In One Hour (30 Pics)

We have all seen street artists who hand-sketch quirky and exaggerated caricatures or photorealistic live portraits on the spot, perhaps you even have one of these artworks of yourself from your last holiday. Although these artists might be underappreciated because of the nature of their work, a talent and years of practice that goes into mastering portrait drawings are undeniable and worth recognition.

There aren‘t two same faces in the world. And before you think about twins, let me remind you that not even two sides of one face are symmetrical. This makes the work of a top-notch Saint Petersburg based street artist extremely admirable. Originally from Cheboksary, Nikolay Yarakhtin has been transferring every unique feature of different faces onto blank canvas using just a pencil for 28 years.

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