Jane Goodall and Google Team Up for 2018 Earth Day Doodle

The 2018 Earth Day Google Doodle for April 21st was created in partnership with one of the planet’s most influential advocates: Ethologist (animal behavior expert), conservationist, activist, and animal-lover Dr. Jane Goodall, who has dedicated her life to studying and protecting our environment. Read more

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You Won’t Believe These Are Made of Sugar, But They Are.

These flowers made of sugar paste are so lifelike, you’ll be tempted to water them. Crafted by the multi-award winning cake decorator and sugarcraft artist Catalina Anghel of Spain, these edible flora are crafted by her own unique freeform method – made without templates or special cutting tools. Read more

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Pool Paintings by Belgian Artist Hugo Pondz

Using references from both real life and photographs, Belgian artist Hugo Pondz has a fondness for exteriors such as golf courses, parking lots, rooftops and swimming pools. Being the pool painting fanatic that I am, those are the paintings of his I am going to share with you today. Read more

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Here Boy! The Most Stylish Dog Treat Jars Available

Dog Treat Jars

When it comes to keeping Fido’s treats within reach, here are several good looking options that will not only keep your pet’s nomnoms fresh, but are snazzy enough to be placed on the countertop with pride. Read more

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Easter Chocolates That Aren’t Chocolate At All. Painted Sculptures by Jennifer Small.

Sculptor and artist Jennifer Small of Montreal has several compelling series of work in various mediums, all of which utilize religious iconography. Her “Chocolate Series” are plaster or resin painted sculptures which uncannily resemble edible Easter Chocolates. Made under the faux brand name Pastor’s Milked Chocolates, each large sculpture is packaged in silkscreened cellophane. Read more

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Gay Bunny Book Mocks The Pence Family Version.

It’s war. And John Oliver is beating VP Mike Pence with his tolerant version of Bunny love. Read more

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Emerging Talent: Meet Artist Loribelle Spirovski.

Loribelle Spirovski, Uzumaki 3, oil on panel, 2017

As someone with a love of fine art and a modicum of art history knowledge, you can imagine my glee when coming across a young new artist whose work reminded me of three of my favorite painters: Egon Schiele, Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon. After seeking out more of her work, I had to sit down and immediately write a post. Read more

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A Post-Apocalyptic Passover Haggadah: Escape Velocity

Escape Velocity, A Passover Haggadah for the Whole Family was written and illustrated by Stanley Aaron Lebovic. Published by Black is a Color, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to Holocaust awareness through art, the Hardcover Haggadah is a coffee table book you can keep out year round. Read more

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Recipes for Good Luck Illustrates Quirky Rituals of the Famous

A newly published book from Chronicle Books outlines and illustrates the interesting, unique rituals and superstitions practiced by well-known authors, artists, athletes, poets, painters, politicians and more. Read more

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Vintage Guinness Ads by John Gilroy and The New Kinkajou Can

Guinness has launched a limited-edition Guinness Draught can which will be available just in time for fans St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The latest limited-edition collectible can is part of an ongoing series celebrating vintage Guinness ads from the mid 1900s. This year, the kinkajou – which looks a lot like a sloth – is featured on the can. Read more

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