Artist uses pigeons to smuggle cigars from Cuba, other pigeons film it all
Some artists use paint as their medium, others use clay. Brooklyn-based artist Duke Riley uses homing pigeons.
Photo contest showcases rich array of life on Earth
The winners of 2013’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition describe the story behind each stunning image. Judges sifted through 43,000 submissions from 96 countries for the annual photography contest organized by London’s Natural History Museum.
2x4s transformed into surreal sculptures
Sculptor Morgan Herrin creates classic works with a surreal twist through an unlikely medium: construction-grade lumber.
Space photographer carves cosmic pumpkins
Instead of carving straight through the pumpkin, Victor Rogus create detailed, semi translucent patterns in the pumpkin’s flesh.
50 Cans campaign encourages teens to get creative, recycle
DoSomething.org’s youth-led aluminum recycling drive helps the planet and gives teens a chance to win a $4,000 scholarship.
Inspired by tramp art, Nashville-based artist Alex Lockwood creates intricate sculptures using discarded scratch-off lottery tickets found on street corners and outside of neighborhood bodegas.Lockwood folds and bends each ticket to fit like a puzzle, resulting in stunning multi-colored patterns. Each piece includes an impressive 800 to 1,500 folded tickets. “All of those colors are attractive for a reason.They are designed to catch your eye.” he says, “The colors in my pieces work really well because the material I am using was made to draw you in and seduce you”