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Emma Hack's art where nude models blend into graphic backgrounds gets 500m hits online
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Emma Hacks, from Australia, will spend up to 15 hours painting a naked model live at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London.

Make-up artist Maria Malone-Guerbaa creates face painting transformation
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Maria Malone-Guerbaa, 33, from Limerick, Ireland, is able to create a perfect likeness of other famous faces including A-list stars Morgan Freeman and The Queen.

Bali 9 death row inmate Myuran Sukumaran's paintings not eligible for Archibald Prize
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The 33-year-old has been locked up in Kerobokan Prison, Bali, since 2005 after he was convicted of heroin smuggling. He only began painting in 2010.

Artist, 24, creates stunning sculptures using beaches as her blank canvas just one month after picking up a rake for first time
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Chloe Dickey drew a huge floral design on a Port Macquarie beach on Saturday in under two hours.

Artist creates World Cup players' portraits with paint-covered football
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'Red' Hong Yi produced colorful renderings of Portugalas Cristiano Ronaldo, Brazilas Neymar and Argentinaas Lionel Messi.

Feline arty! Artist loves her pet cat so much she's added it to works by Botticelli, Dali and even the Mona Lisa
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A bizarre but strangely wonderful concept of classic paintings and fine art work 'improved' by a fat ginger cat, Fat Cat Art is rapidly growing its online fan base.

Artist creates portraits of celebrities - using cornflakes
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Illustrator and photographer Sarah Rosado used cereal to produce renderings of famous musicians, including Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse and John Lennon.

Illuminated UV paintings on women's backs celebrate beauty
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John Poppleton, from California, creates mindblowing works of art painted directly onto human skin using fluorescent shades.

Michelle Wibowo creates portrait of Prince William and Prince George using TOBLERONE!
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The masterpiece was created by food artist Michelle Wibowo, using a staggering 16,074 individual triangles.

Crumbs! Is that a Banksy? Artist trades her palette for a plate to create captivating culinary pop art
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Tisha Cherry, a New Jersey-born registered nurse, takes inspiration from films, music, and celebrities, and recreates iconic images using everyday food.

Banksy originals purchased for just $60 set to fetch $160,000 at auction
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An art fan who unwittingly bought two paintings by street artist Banksy in Central Park for just $60 each is expected to receive a $160,000 windfall when the prints go up for auction.

Chicago artist fills in the city's potholes with mosaics
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Artist Jim Bachor has been filling holes in the road in Chicago by creating mosaics which use the colours of the flag of the city and feature a fake serial number to highlight the severity of the pothole problem.

Crouching tiger, hidden garden! Buddhist monk's secret paradise bursts into life
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The incredible garden took 45 years to create, and is a hidden haven near the A1133 in Nottinghamshire, which has now become an unofficial tourist attraction, bringing in 10K visitors per year.

Red Dot Miami exhibits Ricardo Cardenas' Art on Concrete
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Artwork to show at 16th edition Art Basel in Miami Beach

Pixacao is native to Brazil and similar in method to tagging. It's characterised by distinctive large letters painted in a cryptic style
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The first thing I notice wandering through Sao Paulo is the lack of advertising. There are no billboards, outdoor video screens or ads on buses. Instead I fi...

Uncle Vanya, Vaudeville Theatre, London: Uncle Vanya's dacha is all too wooden
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Carmichaelas plaintive, plain Sonya is one of the strengths of Lindsay Posneras exceptionally starry but disappointingly lacklustre revival. Her blushing joy when she dares to say how much she loves Astrov is wretchedly moving.

Lang LangA?s a long way off
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Lang Lang is a phenomenon. Apparently, 40 million Chinese kids are learning the piano because of him. His name is as familiar as that of any rock star. And technically his pianism is pretty phenomenal too.

Could this be love, or just happy pills?
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The Effect at the Cottesloe Theatre, is immersive. The audience is transported to luxurious private clinic. Comfy banquettes with flower arrangements double as a lab where drug trials for anti-depressants are taking place.

Argo review: Bristles with tension - Ben Affleck's 70s spy thriller
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Argo, the new film from the increasingly admired Ben Affleck, concentrates on another tale that is so astonishing it is difficult to believe.

The Pilgrim's Progress review: A jailhouse Pilgrim? It really rocks
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Vaughan William's would have enjoyed this production by English National Opera (London Coliseum) and felt vindicated about its original poor reception in 1951.

Alt-J, Electric Ballroom review: The nicest boys in polite rock
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Alt-J are four Leeds University graduates with one claim to fame: their debut album, An Awesome Wave, has just won the Mercury Music Prize for the Album of the Year.

Irish eyes are smiling at a Russian star
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Francesco Cileaas LaArlesiana, is a sure-fire winner at this year's Wexford festival. In the young Russian tenor Dmitry Golovnin they have unearthed a future star.

Memories of Georg the genius
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A hundred years ago today Gyorgy Stern was born in Budapest. His incident-packed transformation into Sir Georg Solti, one of the most renowned classical musicians in the world by the time of his death 85 years later, is a fascinating one.

Swan is reborn in all her beauty: Swan Lake at the Royal Opera House
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There are too many mediocre performances of this box-office cert, and one can weary of its charms. But thatas not the case with the Royal Balletas revival of Anthony Dowellas 1987 production.

BeckettA?s A?ArchersA? rules the air waves: All That Fall at Jermyn Street Theatre
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Jermyn Street Theatre has got permission from the estate of Samuel Beckett to stage his 1956 play All That Fall, which he wrote specifically for radio, and has cast it with two of our finest actors, Eileen Atkins and Michael Gambon.

Ed Sheeran keeps us all in the loop at the Hammersmith Apollo
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From the outside, the Sheeran phenomenon is puzzling. In concert, though, he is more than the sum of his parts. Standing on stage all alone, he puts more gusto into the task than you get from some indie bands in a year.

Our Boys: Casualties of war face the enemy within
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Itas 1984. In the wake of the Falklands War and against the backdrop of the Troubles, five squaddies and an officer are laid up with injuries at the Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital in Woolwich.

Patriotic Parry unites a nation
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Everyone knows Sir Hubert Parryas Jerusalem, but how many know his unison song England, a setting of a paraphrase of John of Gauntas great patriotic speech from Shakespeareas Richard II?

Cabaret, Savoy Theatre review: Anything goes in Will Young's sexy Cabaret
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Young is excellent, hitting the high notes with an effortless sweetness while something both scared and deeply scary keeps seeping through that baby face. Anything goes round here, as long as itas sleazy.
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Emma Hack's art where nude models blend into graphic backgrounds gets 500m hits online
From https:

Emma Hacks, from Australia, will spend up to 15 hours painting a naked model live at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London.

Make-up artist Maria Malone-Guerbaa creates face painting transformation
From https:

Maria Malone-Guerbaa, 33, from Limerick, Ireland, is able to create a perfect likeness of other famous faces including A-list stars Morgan Freeman and The Queen.

Bali 9 death row inmate Myuran Sukumaran's paintings not eligible for Archibald Prize
From https:

The 33-year-old has been locked up in Kerobokan Prison, Bali, since 2005 after he was convicted of heroin smuggling. He only began painting in 2010.

Artist, 24, creates stunning sculptures using beaches as her blank canvas just one month after picking up a rake for first time
From https:

Chloe Dickey drew a huge floral design on a Port Macquarie beach on Saturday in under two hours.

Artist creates World Cup players' portraits with paint-covered football
From https:

'Red' Hong Yi produced colorful renderings of Portugalas Cristiano Ronaldo, Brazilas Neymar and Argentinaas Lionel Messi.

Feline arty! Artist loves her pet cat so much she's added it to works by Botticelli, Dali and even the Mona Lisa
From https:

A bizarre but strangely wonderful concept of classic paintings and fine art work 'improved' by a fat ginger cat, Fat Cat Art is rapidly growing its online fan base.

Artist creates portraits of celebrities - using cornflakes
From https:

Illustrator and photographer Sarah Rosado used cereal to produce renderings of famous musicians, including Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse and John Lennon.

Illuminated UV paintings on women's backs celebrate beauty
From https:

John Poppleton, from California, creates mindblowing works of art painted directly onto human skin using fluorescent shades.

Michelle Wibowo creates portrait of Prince William and Prince George using TOBLERONE!
From https:

The masterpiece was created by food artist Michelle Wibowo, using a staggering 16,074 individual triangles.

Crumbs! Is that a Banksy? Artist trades her palette for a plate to create captivating culinary pop art
From https:

Tisha Cherry, a New Jersey-born registered nurse, takes inspiration from films, music, and celebrities, and recreates iconic images using everyday food.

Banksy originals purchased for just $60 set to fetch $160,000 at auction
From https:

An art fan who unwittingly bought two paintings by street artist Banksy in Central Park for just $60 each is expected to receive a $160,000 windfall when the prints go up for auction.

Chicago artist fills in the city's potholes with mosaics
From https:

Artist Jim Bachor has been filling holes in the road in Chicago by creating mosaics which use the colours of the flag of the city and feature a fake serial number to highlight the severity of the pothole problem.

Crouching tiger, hidden garden! Buddhist monk's secret paradise bursts into life
From https:

The incredible garden took 45 years to create, and is a hidden haven near the A1133 in Nottinghamshire, which has now become an unofficial tourist attraction, bringing in 10K visitors per year.

Red Dot Miami exhibits Ricardo Cardenas' Art on Concrete
From https:

Artwork to show at 16th edition Art Basel in Miami Beach

Pixacao is native to Brazil and similar in method to tagging. It's characterised by distinctive large letters painted in a cryptic style
From https:

The first thing I notice wandering through Sao Paulo is the lack of advertising. There are no billboards, outdoor video screens or ads on buses. Instead I fi...

Uncle Vanya, Vaudeville Theatre, London: Uncle Vanya's dacha is all too wooden
From https:

Carmichaelas plaintive, plain Sonya is one of the strengths of Lindsay Posneras exceptionally starry but disappointingly lacklustre revival. Her blushing joy when she dares to say how much she loves Astrov is wretchedly moving.

Lang LangA?s a long way off
From https:

Lang Lang is a phenomenon. Apparently, 40 million Chinese kids are learning the piano because of him. His name is as familiar as that of any rock star. And technically his pianism is pretty phenomenal too.

Could this be love, or just happy pills?
From https:

The Effect at the Cottesloe Theatre, is immersive. The audience is transported to luxurious private clinic. Comfy banquettes with flower arrangements double as a lab where drug trials for anti-depressants are taking place.

Argo review: Bristles with tension - Ben Affleck's 70s spy thriller
From https:

Argo, the new film from the increasingly admired Ben Affleck, concentrates on another tale that is so astonishing it is difficult to believe.

The Pilgrim's Progress review: A jailhouse Pilgrim? It really rocks
From https:

Vaughan William's would have enjoyed this production by English National Opera (London Coliseum) and felt vindicated about its original poor reception in 1951.

Alt-J, Electric Ballroom review: The nicest boys in polite rock
From https:

Alt-J are four Leeds University graduates with one claim to fame: their debut album, An Awesome Wave, has just won the Mercury Music Prize for the Album of the Year.

Irish eyes are smiling at a Russian star
From https:

Francesco Cileaas LaArlesiana, is a sure-fire winner at this year's Wexford festival. In the young Russian tenor Dmitry Golovnin they have unearthed a future star.

Memories of Georg the genius
From https:

A hundred years ago today Gyorgy Stern was born in Budapest. His incident-packed transformation into Sir Georg Solti, one of the most renowned classical musicians in the world by the time of his death 85 years later, is a fascinating one.

Swan is reborn in all her beauty: Swan Lake at the Royal Opera House
From https:

There are too many mediocre performances of this box-office cert, and one can weary of its charms. But thatas not the case with the Royal Balletas revival of Anthony Dowellas 1987 production.

BeckettA?s A?ArchersA? rules the air waves: All That Fall at Jermyn Street Theatre
From https:

Jermyn Street Theatre has got permission from the estate of Samuel Beckett to stage his 1956 play All That Fall, which he wrote specifically for radio, and has cast it with two of our finest actors, Eileen Atkins and Michael Gambon.

Ed Sheeran keeps us all in the loop at the Hammersmith Apollo
From https:

From the outside, the Sheeran phenomenon is puzzling. In concert, though, he is more than the sum of his parts. Standing on stage all alone, he puts more gusto into the task than you get from some indie bands in a year.

Our Boys: Casualties of war face the enemy within
From https:

Itas 1984. In the wake of the Falklands War and against the backdrop of the Troubles, five squaddies and an officer are laid up with injuries at the Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital in Woolwich.

Patriotic Parry unites a nation
From https:

Everyone knows Sir Hubert Parryas Jerusalem, but how many know his unison song England, a setting of a paraphrase of John of Gauntas great patriotic speech from Shakespeareas Richard II?
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DOJ and House lawyers will not represent Rep. Mo Brooks in a Capitol riots lawsuit filed by Rep. Eric Swalwell
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Swalwell said in his filing that Brooks helped "incite the violence at the Capitol" when he told rioters to "start taking down names and kicking ass."

Maldives resorts are paradise for guests, but some staff say they feel like second-class citizens. One hotel giant is trying to change that.
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Many employees face isolation and feel like second-class citizens as they work on an island in the middle of the ocean for months on end.

Adam Kinzinger calls GOP demands for him to be punished 'petty' and says he'll 'defend democracy' no matter what
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Republican Reps. Kinzinger and Liz Cheney joined seven Democrats on the House select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.

A man was charged with making graphic threats to Fauci, warning he would soon be 'hunted, tortured, beaten, [and] enslaved'
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Connally appeared to be disgruntled about Fauci's guidance on the COVID-19 vaccine, after one email noted Fauci's support of local vaccine mandates.

Arizona Senate leaders issue new subpoenas for Maricopa County routers amid ongoing audit
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The subpoenas come just days after Donald Trump espoused debunked conspiracy theories about the county's routers during a speech in Phoenix.

Mayor Garcetti announces that Los Angeles will require city employees to show proof of vaccination or test weekly
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The press release accompanying the announcement added that in the last month, in Los Angeles, COVID-19 cases have soared 20-fold.

The US Olympic team's logo only has 13 stars for a simple legal and logistical reason
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Team USA's logo uses a flag that is still officially recognized in the United States.

Lawmakers wiped away tears while hearing testimony and watching videos of the riot on January 6 during a congressional hearing
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Police officers who were attacked by pro-Trump mob that descended on the Capitol delivered emotional testimonies, pushing some lawmakers to tears.

'A gag order for life' - How nondisclosure agreements silence and control workers in Silicon Valley
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NDAs began as a way to protect intellectual property. They've become bludgeons to prevent workers from discussing workplace misconduct and abuse.

The best online sales and deals happening now, including Patagonia, Everlane, and Tushy
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We rounded up the best sales and deals happening online today including Tushy, Everlane, and Tushy.

Arizona audit: Republican liaison tells Insider the audit process has been 'very odd' and that he may resign
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Ken Bennett, Arizona's former GOP secretary of state, said he remains frustrated after being shut out by Cyber Ninjas.

CDC: Color-coded map reveals where Americans need to wear masks again, and where you can go maskless, outside of schools
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Vaccinated people can still spread the Delta variant, which is one of the biggest reasons why masks are being recommended indoors again.

With the US gone, Afghanistan's air force has to rely on Zoom calls to learn how to fix its aircraft
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Time is running out for US personnel in Afghanistan, which has made Zoom calls necessary to give Afghan forces the training they still need.

Russia's risky flybys may be attempts at 'baiting us into shooting first,' top US admiral says
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"We're not going to do that first," Adm. Robert Burke said, "but I'm also not going to ask my commanding officers to take the first shot on the chin."

The 4 best spin shoes we tested in 2021, compatible with exercise bikes like Peloton
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The right pair of spin shoes allow you to better enjoy spin class, whether you bike at home or in a studio. Here are our favorites.

How to use PS Remote Play to play PS5 games on a computer, mobile device, or another console
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PS5 Remote Play lets you play your PS5 games and apps on a computer, phone, tablet, or even another console.

Biden administration to announce a vaccine mandate for federal employees on Thursday: report
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An estimated 2.1 million people work for the federal government, according to the Office of Personnel Management.

How to add your business to Google and get it displayed on Google Maps for customers to find
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By making a Google My Business account, you can easily add a business to Google and attract new customers to it.

Surging iPhone sales help Apple overcome global supply chain shortages
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The iPhone maker reported $81.4 billion in revenue, 36% above the same period last year, as the world rebounded from the pandemic.

Alphabet blows past Wall Street's Q2 quarterly earnings expectations as search and YouTube ad revenue surge
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Alphabet reported that Q2 total revenue jumped 62% year-over-year as advertising revenue soared and Google Cloud continued to grew.

57 gifts Mom will love - from a convertible handbag to a waterproof Kindle
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If you're looking for a thoughtful gift for Mom, we've put together a list for all budgets that has plenty of things she's sure to love.

Katie Ledecky will swim for gold at the 2021 Olympic Games - here's how to watch the event on NBC
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Olympic swimming started on July 24 and continues through July 31. You can watch the competition live on NBC and USA Network.

The 6 best headlamps of 2021, for hiking, camping, or doing housework
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When you're hiking on the trail, working under the sink, or performing any task in darkness, a headlamp is essential. Here are our favorites.

The CDC now recommends masks for vaccinated people - but at least 6 major cities had already told residents to mask up again
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Los Angeles and St. Louis both require vaccinated people to wear masks indoors. New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Seattle recommend it.

14 of the best hotels in Amsterdam with incredible design and Instagram-worthy decor
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These are the best hotels in Amsterdam, from cheap to 5-star, and all have incredible design and central locations near the city center.

The 5 best mattresses for side sleepers in 2021, according to our rigorous testing
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Side sleepers benefit from a softer mattress and zoned support. We tested dozens of models to find the best mattress for side sleepers.

Workers aren't coming back because of low vaccination rates, not cushy unemployment benefits
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Unemployment benefits - or lack thereof - appear to have nowhere near the effect on hiring that fear of the virus does.

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