World's Oldest Erotic Sculpture of Human Form Found
World's Oldest Erotic Sculpture of Human Form Found
A 35,000-year-old ivory carving of a busty woman found in a German cave was unveiled Wednesday by archaeologists who believe it is the oldest known sculpture of the human form. The voluptuous carving found in six fragments in Germany's Hohle Fels cave, depicts a woman with a swollen belly, wide-set thighs and large, protruding breasts. But...is it porn? picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Nicole Duennebier: Painting 2005-09
Nicole Duennebier: Painting 2005-09
The underwater dreams of Nicole Duennebier, Painting 2005-09. picked by bornbad 1 year ago
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  Photos by Blind Photographers
Photos by Blind Photographers
<--Kurt Weston, Peering Through the Darkness.
Weston is one of twelve artists whose work is presented in the show. Four of them, though legally blind, retain some limited, highly attenuated sight. picked by bornbad 1 year ago
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 How's this for a belly laugh? The pregnant women who decorate their bumps with amazing artwork
How's this for a belly laugh? The pregnant women who decorate their bumps with amazing artwork
t's the most exciting time in a woman's life - and, for some, the best way to commemorate the experience of pregnancy is with a painted belly. As these incredible pictures show, the spherical shape of an expectant mother's stomach forms a perfect round canvas. picked by sharon22 1 year ago
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 Infected Art
Infected Art
A Gallery Of Computer Viruses. picked by bornbad 1 year ago
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 15 Unusual and Creative Bus Stops
15 Unusual and Creative Bus Stops
Creative and unusual bus stop designs that make the time you spend waiting for the bus a bit more bearable. picked by cactushair 1 year ago
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 Christopher Locke's Heartless Machine
Christopher Locke's Heartless Machine
Made from 100% solid steel scraps, intercepted on the way to be recycled. The Marionette hangs from a halogen ceiling light fixture, and so he has his own spotlight wherever he goes. He is not painted at all, rather, the color comes from a heat treatment, which provides a subtle variation between various shades of gray, brown, silver, and blue. picked by AutumnLotus 1 year ago
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 Awesome new Firefox screencapture extension from maker of Plime
Awesome new Firefox screencapture extension from maker of Plime
Hi folks, since most of you are Worth1000 members I thought you'd love this: We just released a screen capture firefox extension. Really powerful and useful - hope you love it (and please let me know what you think)! picked by jaxomlotus 1 year ago
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  Make Something Cool Every Day 2009:
Make Something Cool Every Day 2009:
A new piece made every single day. These are the pieces made thus far. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 Obama as the &quot;Messiah&quot; Painting Won't Go On Display
Obama as the "Messiah" Painting Won't Go On Display
A painting by artist Michael D'Antuono which was to be unveiled in NYC on Obama's 100th day in office, will not be displayed due to the barrage of protests. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Bicycle built for 2,000
Bicycle built for 2,000
Aaron Koblin and Daniel Massey had 2,088 people sing or hum tiny fragments of "Daisy Bell", which they then re-assembled. You can listen to various tracks, and even individual recordings.
Bonus track: The HAL 9000 version. picked by suckersklub 1 year ago
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 A new face every day
A new face every day
James Kuhn, the man who painted his face every day of the year, has finished the 365-day project. picked by AutumnLotus 1 year ago
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 21 Now-Creepy Paintings By Adolf Hitler
21 Now-Creepy Paintings By Adolf Hitler
Sure, if you didn't know who painted them, you might think they were decent enough to hang in some hotel. But they're by the Fuhrer. picked by AutumnLotus 1 year ago
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 Amazing Examples of Art from Obsolete Technology
Amazing Examples of Art from Obsolete Technology
Technology has advanced throughout the years at an extraordinary pace, a pace that can only be matched by the rate of “the last model’s” obsolescence. How often do we stop to think about the fate of these once-beloved, now defunct relics? A growing trend in the art world is to do just that; gifted artists around the globe have produced some truly amazing works of art by utiliz... read full post picked by AutumnLotus 1 year ago
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 13 Alien Languages You Can Actually Read
13 Alien Languages You Can Actually Read
Inventing an alien language? Easy. Creating an entire writing system to go along with it? Now that's impressive. Here are thirteen alien alphabets (complete with downloadable fonts!) you should totally use to write your novel. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 Font of Ill Will
Font of Ill Will
"Comic Sans walks into a bar, bartender says, 'We don't serve your type.'" picked by KerOBeroS32 1 year ago
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 Yay! French Elle's amazing no-makeup issue
Yay! French Elle's amazing no-makeup issue
The April issue of French Elle features eight female European celebrities--including Eva Herzigova, Monica Bellucci, Sophie Marceau, and Charlotte Rampling--all without makeup and, perhaps even more revealing, all entirely without Photoshopping or retouching of any kind. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 Thomas Doyle's Dioramas
Thomas Doyle's Dioramas
Thomas Doyle creates mind-bogglingly beautiful dioramas with exquisite detail. These pieces just ooze mood and wonder.

*props to boingboing* picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 Art for a Dollar
Art for a Dollar
Critically acclaimed tattoo artist, Scott Campbell, recently showed his work at the O.H.W.O.W. gallery in Miami, FL. The highlight of the evening was a series of laser-cut etchings, each on a stack of $1 bills. The collection is entitled “Make It Rain” and shows a sampling of the artist’s dark and beautiful undertones. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 Official Seal Generator
Official Seal Generator
Generate the official looking seal of your dreams. Because everything looks more official if it has an emblem. picked by TheAnt314 1 year ago
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 Nathan Ota: Painter
Nathan Ota: Painter
Nathan Ota’s paintings are exquisitely rendered in acrylics and can be interpreted as commentary on environmental issues as well as the exploration of personal relationships. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 Vintage Tattoo
Vintage Tattoo
How tattoos looked in the past picked by cactushair 1 year ago
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 Cool Aviary / Spreadshirt Contest
Cool Aviary / Spreadshirt Contest
Create the World's Funniest T-shirt! picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive
Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive
Want to terrorize the general populace as you ride your open-piped chopper to work at the accounting firm? picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 The Music Animation Machine
The Music Animation Machine
In a nod to the Classical music thread I thought it was time for a Plime "Classic". Enjoy! picked by suebe 1 year ago
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