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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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#MetKids fun fact: This mirror from ancient Greece is over two thousand years old! Unlike today, mirrors were made of polished metal instead of glass. https://t.co/s8ZoCWXmoQ

Happy birthday to Berthe Morisot who was born #onthisday in 1841 and forged a path for herself as a major woman Impressionist. https://t.co/V4hNIX20HQ

This mask, made of hammered sheet gold alloy and covered in red pigment, once adorned the body of a deceased ruler on Peru’s north coast. https://t.co/JPwjFBkof8

Selfie, 1490s style. This is the first known engraved self-portrait and one of the earliest portrait prints ever made. https://t.co/nm3DLrLzR5

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