Bodypaint Shows How A Baby Fits Inside A Pregnant Woman's Body

Photographer Leonie Versantvoort created this Bellypaint photo with body painter Marieke van den Dungen-Crone that cleverly and beautifully shows how a baby looks inside a pregnant mother’s body. It’s obviously not super scientific but it’s really cool to see how a woman’s body adapts it body to become a home for them little humans.

This Van Gogh Painting Coming Alive In 3D Is Super Trippy

Staring at a Van Gogh painting can let you see things like you’ve never seen them before. Stepping into a Van Gogh painting that has been brought to life in 3D can make you feel like you’re in a brand new world inside the wild mind of the artist himself. Check out this trippy 3D version of Van Gogh’s The Night Cafe, it’s a fun trip.

This Bridge Is Made From Nothing But 22,000 Sheets Of Paper

No glue. No cables. No steel reinforcements. The only thing keeping this bridge intact is, well, physics.

SpaceX Just Dropped These Amazing Retro Mars Travel Posters

Everybody wants to go to Mars these days, not least of all Elon Musk, who might very well be hoping to retire there after he turns into a cyborg. But for those of you who haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet, SpaceX just dropped some travel posters of the Red Planet to entice you.

The Avengers Reimagined As Dark Fantasy Characters Is Scary Great

Artist Daniel Kamarudin made these excellent illustrations that reimagines The Avengers characters as you know it. He took what we saw in the Marvel movies and turned them darker and added more of a fantasy flair to them. His depictions are great, I wouldn’t mind reading a story illustrated in this way.

How This Artist Uses A Climate-Controlled Room To Make Indoor Clouds

It starts like a fog machine, deploying its vaporous mist into the air — until the cloud it emits holds its exquisite shape and silently hovers mid-room for hours. This is the drama and allure of Nimbus, the physics-defying work of Dutch sculptor Berndnaut Smilde.

This Is A Real Photo Of Different Types Of Food Cut Into Identical Cubes

My eyes mislead me. Even though this photo looks so perfect that it must be CGI or digitally manipulated, it’s completely real. Artists Lernert and Sander took raw food — you can see meat and seafood and fruits and vegetables — and cut them into perfectly identical cubes and laid them out to form a perfect grid. Perfect!

RIP Chris Burden: The Artist Who Made Public Art Truly Exciting

Even if you didn’t know Chris Burden’s name, you’ve likely seen photos of what has become his most famous work: 202 vintage streetlamps arranged with a military-like precision in front of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

This Super Realistic Glass Of Water Is Actually A Drawing

Video: I love occasionally blowing my brain up and nothing does it quite like when I see something that looks real but is actually a perfect photo-realistic drawing. Take this glass of water, it’s drawn with such skill and shading and angling and plays on your perspective so well that I feel like I can reach out and take a sip.

Scenes From Star Wars Recreated With Nothing But Paper And A Scalpel

Marc Hagan-Guirey — or the “Paper Dandy” — is an artist from the UK that is rather good at “kirigami”. It’s a bit like origami, except you cut the paper in such a way that it sits up, much like a pop-up book. Hagan-Guirey decided to put his talents towards crafting unbelievably awesome-looking pieces influenced by Star Wars, including the Millennium Falcon.

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