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Street Artist Creates Vibrant (and Gigantic!) Works of Art

Natalia Rak uses whole building walls as her painting canvas. How awesome is that?

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Painters are great artists. Their means of translating a creative idea into visual art really commands respect. For a person to be able to convert their mood and thoughts into swirls, shapes, and a kaleidoscope of colors, it’s really something.

Which is why Natalia Rak is awesome. The standard art pieces you usually see displayed in museums and galleries take so much time and effort to create, and looking at her works, I’m guessing it takes a lot of time and effort to do it too. Because you see, she does street art. Huge pieces of it.

Natalia Rak is a Fine Arts graduate from Lodz.

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She has already participated in numerous exhibitions.

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Natalia uses vibrant colors to express mystery and metaphor.

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And her canvas is the whole wall of a building.

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The subject of her artworks vary, portraying children and women in most cases.

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Such an amazing artist indeed!

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Source: Natalia RakFacebook

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These Ordinary Objects Aren’t Really What They Appear To Be – And It’s Absolutely Mind-Blowing!

Check out this 3 cool anamorphic illusions by YouTube channel brusspup.

What can a Rubik’s cube, a roll of tape, and a sneaker possibly have in common? Well, for one, they are all featured in the video below - and each one of them has been transformed into anamorphic art by YouTube channel Brusspup.

It’s really amazing to look at and your mind will surely be blown away once you see how it works.

Before we dive on the awesome video below though, let’s first have a brief explanation.

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Artist Tobey Allen transforms the psychological disorders that cause persons to kill themselves into beautiful monsters to raise awareness about the gravity of this growing global concern.

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"The victim is unaware of the monster but will register a heaviness and will develop a state of deep depression."

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“I hope to draw attention to mental illnesses that often get ignored or aren’t taken as seriously as they should,” Allen said.

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These are not just some fleeting emotions; these are psychological disorders.

It’s common to hear people say that they’re depressed although they’re not; they're just sad. People use "sad" and depressed" interchangeably to describe how they feel. But, the fact is, it's wrong to regard them as one and the same. Sadness is a common emotion that can be easily resolved with the help of some environmental factors and positive thinking while depression requires treatment.

Depression is a psychological disorder with symptoms that can last for at least two weeks. They experience hopeless, guilt, anhedonia (inability to experience pleasure), and of course, sadness. And even if they want to, they can’t just "snap out of it".

Depression also commonly occurs with anxiety. To make matters worse, they feel irritable or nervous, and they have trouble concentrating and sleeping.

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