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When the owner of this Nissan Skyline GTR decided that he didn’t like the silver color of his car, he had his wife take a sharpie to it. Luckily his wife was a talented artist, and after over 100 hours of work and a layer of clear coat to protect it, he had himself a work of art on wheels.
In my ongoing fascination with art using unusual items, I bring you banana art. Thanks to The Chive for pointing out this great new expressive form. Hopefully you will also find it as a-peel-ing as I do…
“Tattoing a banana entails a sharp-pointed tool grazing the skin of a banana peel, without puncturing through it entirely, to create art. It utilizes a natural process known as oxidation—a browning of the skin that’s exposed to oxygen—to draw. ”
Nathan Shields is a former math teacher and current stay-at-home father of two. He enjoys teaching his young kids something new each day in the most unusual way: making pancakes. Nathan has made everything from sharks to parasites to seashells, and whether it’s truly an effective teaching tool or not let’s just say having a tasty pancake breakfast is never NOT worth the time.
Reposted from the Chive.
Beau Coffron is a dad from SanFrancisco who sends his daughter to the school everyday with exquisite lunch designs that would make any child cry with envy. Even the cafeteria lady has to snap a quick shot when seeing these works of culinary genius come through the lunch doors. Must be nice to have your pick of the liter when it comes to trading for that capri-sun or pizza.
English based artist Simon Beck created these amazing works of art by stomping around French ski resorts with nothing but a pair of snowshoes.
“I made a work of art out of snow in my high school football field once. It was displayed on the news and I got suspended.”
Reposted from repost on The Chive. Enjoy!