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Bride Wore a Paper Gown

Bride Wore a Paper Gown

Asya and Dmitry Kozin from Russia have taken art to incredible levels, creating spectacular wedding dresses from the humble paper.

Call of the Hills

Call of the Hills

The awesome miniature collection of Eva and Konrad Seitz includes some of the most brilliant Pahari Paintings

The Allure of Ellora

The Allure of Ellora

Located in the Sahyadri hills near Aurangabad, Ellora is the most important second-wave site of ancient rock-cut architecture in India.

Dali’s Maharaja Connect

Dali’s Maharaja Connect

Very few know of Salvador Dali’s Indian creation and the interesting story behind this very peculiar creation

The Maezawa Moment

The Maezawa Moment

Somewhere deep down, almost every artist expects a Yusaka Maezawa moment for their work.

Adding Colour to the Chaos

Adding Colour to the Chaos

Graffiti on our streets has evolved from random scrawls to art treasures that range from hilarious caricatures

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Let's start the week of with some positive vibes from Chris Dyer! #MondayMotivation #dailyartpick

Although Munch attained notoriety early in his career, he believed that his artistic breakthrough occurred around 1913. #MetMunch

"Times New Roman in the streets, Wingdings in the sheets": http://t.co/02ohFv3zfu

Happy birthday Alfred G Buckham, creator of 1 of the most popular photographs in the @NatGalleriesSco collection! 📸 https://t.co/1D6ROydyUi

These glass fragments are from 4th-7th century Byzantine Egypt. They were made in the Kharga Oasis. https://t.co/fHiUSA4J3J

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