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The long history of how Jesus came to resemble a white European

By: Anna Swartwood House The portrayal of Jesus as a white, European man has come under renewed scrutiny during this period of introspection...

21 times you’ll be amazed to see the historic characters in a modern makeover

One and a half year back, it dawned on Texas-based graphic designer Becca Saladin that historic portraits look so stiff, despite the subject having...

Artist’s sand sculptures look like creatures are held still by magic

Beachside destinations often nurture some great sand artists. The sea-wet sands offer an endless canvas for mind-boggling artworks, especially sculptures. One such...

How Ritchie achieves printer-like perfection in his art

Zurich-based letterer Ritchie’s art is mostly all about alphabets. Words, short sentences, and so on, done to an electrifying perfection. Some would call it...

Artist’s balloon sculptures are so realistic, one of them triggered my arachnophobia

A Yokohama-based artist is spinning everyone’s head with his art. How? Simply using balloons. Yes, that’s right. Masayoshi Matsumoto, from Japan, portrays creatures from...

Coronavirus: Las Vegas artists honor healthcare workers in powerful painting

Two Las Vegas-based artists pay tribute to the healthcare heroes who’re literally cradling the world on their arms in this time of crisis. ...

EXCLUSIVE: Japanese artist talks about ‘Zen art’ on bread which is winning the world’s heart

Artists, of all people, are a different species of humans. For they have this extraordinary perception to find beauty in the most unnoticed, underrated,...

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Ants spotted completely ‘healing’ wounded trees in 24 hrs!

When drilled holes into Cecropia trees, tiny ants colonizing its trunks emerged like fairy Godmothers to heal the wounded...

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This story originally appeared in The Revelator and is being published here as a part of Covering Climate Now, a global...

Climate Crisis Wouldn’t Defuse Until Democracy Emergency Isn’t Dealt With

This story originally appeared in The Guardian and is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of...

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