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Artist Paints Realistic Creatures In Abandoned Buildings

What is this sorcery?






Artists express their creativity differently. Some enjoy creating intricate and delicate designs, while some paint creepy, huge, gigantic, and realistic bugs on the walls.

Just like Portuguese street artist Odeith, for example. He may be mostly known for his trompe l’oeil lettering, but he recently added realistic and larger-than-life creatures to his art collection.

Odeith chose to release a lot of monstrous bugs like wasps, flies, and bugs in a portion of the relinquished structures in his city.

Many of the wall-based works are placed in corners and require careful planning to achieve an anamorphic effect. Odeith’s creations are so incredibly realistic that you’d think they’re photoshopped when he stands beside them.

This praying mantis is even taller than him!

Everybody’s already afraid of scorpions. We don’t need a giant one.

These are painted so incredibly well that they look straight out from someone’s nightmare!He also shares some of the before and after snaps.

Who would’ve thought that this giant beetle started out as an awkward, huge bump?

He captioned it:

“For all those confused minds trying to figure out what was going on around here… Here it is”

Odeith shares some amazing clips of the whole process on his social media account, which are very impressive to watch.

“Time for a snack!!!!”

In these clips, you can clearly see that he invested a lot of time in creating these masterpieces.

This is going to give a lot of people nightmares.

His creations are not only limited to bugs.

This is definitely not from a Disney movie.

His name looks like it’s floating in mid air!

What is this sorcery?

Odeith’s weapon of choice.

You can see more from Odeith on Instagram.

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Adorable Dogs Let Their Personality Shine In Gorgeous Portraits

These cute dogs could give some supermodels a run for their money!

Nobelle Borines



There is little doubt that each dog is unique in their own way. Pet owners will tell you that their furry companions have little quirks and traits that make them truly special.

One photographer and his wife proved that every pup indeed has their own personalities by making a collection of amazing portraits dubbed The Dog Show.

Alexander Khokhlov and his wife Veronica Ershova are a Moscow-based creative team that clearly love dogs. The couple has launched The Dog Show in 2017 but decided to work on Season 2 with more pooches. The new portraits include a group of Bedlington Terriers, an unimpressed Basenji, an elderly Labrador, and a gang of xolos. There is also an adorable Miniature Schnauzer who loves making people laugh.

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Chu Chih-Kang, Taiwan’s Unique Dark Library Where Every Book Has Its Own Light

Such a beautiful concept.




This unique library is straight out from a booklover’s fantasy! Unlike other libraries where their only rule is to keep silence, this place took it up a notch and made it even more serene by featuring very low lighting.

The Taiwanese library designed by Chu Chih-Kang studio has nearly 300 bookshelves. The pieces are highlighted separately making the front covers pop from afar.

Chu Chih-Kang displays the books in a way that visitors can see their personalities.

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Japanese Photographer Goes Insta-Famous for His Amazing Ninja Cats Photography

Ever wondered what cats do when you’re not looking? Practicing martial arts, of course!

Mark Andrew



Cats are lazy, you say? Well you just might change your mind after seeing these images. Actually, perhaps unknown to us all, cats are living secret lives – as ninjas!

In this collection of pictures posted online by Japanese photographer Hisakata Hiroyuki, we see our adorable feline friends seemingly practicing their jumps, kicks, and punches. No wonder people just couldn’t help but compare them to ninjas!

Hiroyuki posts most of his ninja cat photography over at Instagram and Twitter. Not surprisingly, his amazing work has since gained a lot of attention online, not only from cat-lovin’ netizes but from various news websites. One quick glance at his Instagram page and you'll see most of the images garner 1,000 to 2,000 likes from users.

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