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Black and White Photography of New York City
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Black and White Photography of New York City

New York City is so many things – exciting, vibrant and beautiful to name a few. Out of everything New York City is, above all else, it is classic and magical. There is no better way to capture this than in black and white photos. Here are some of New York City’s classic sights in black and white.

 
Bamboo Drift Racing
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Bamboo drifting was originated about 100 years ago and later became popular pasttime among people of ethnic minorities in Southwest China's Guizhou Province. Guizhou's high mountains and deep valleys maintained a constant state of flooding, and made traveling in and out of the area difficult. Local people overcame the problem by chopping down bamboo logs and drifting along on them down the river. Upon reaching the bazaar on the lower reaches of the Wujiang River, they would sell their bamboo conveyance. The practice survives to this day.

 
Awesome Funny Caricatures of Famous People
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Creating funny caricature is an art where an artist illustrate it in a way that overstate or distorts the spirit of a person. You must have seen a lot these artworks in editorial cartoons and other media. In this post we are presenting some funny caricatures of famous people for your inspiration. I personally like the last caricature of Steve jobs. You can write which inspired you in the comment section below.

 
Russian Artist Paints with Molotov Cocktails
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Russian Artist Paints with Molotov Cocktails

You can always count on the Russians to come up with some disturbing yet innovative art. This new flame kissed portrait based installation by t-radya employs artist developed techniques including pasting bandages on wooden panels, and pelting canvasses with flaming molotov cocktails.  As the fires burn out, the charred surfaces that appear create shading and outlines of the faces of well known soldiers.

 
Sugar Cube Sculptures by Brendan Jamison
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Brendan Jamison is a sugar specialist, well sculpturer anyway. These amazing images are of his latest sugar works of the Tate Modern building, Neo Bankside and Helen's Tower (Bangor).
The Tate Modern sculpture was commissioned by Native Land & Grosvenor for the 2010 London Festival of Architecture, NEO Bankside Pavillion, Southbank. The Tate building itself built to a 1:100 scale took 3 months with a whopping 71,908 sugar cubes to complete!

 
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