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A Kindergartner Wrote And Drew The Most Genius ‘How To’ Guide Ever. The Drawings Are Hilarious.

A Kindergartner Wrote And Drew The Most Genius ‘How To’ Guide Ever. The Drawings Are Hilarious.

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Reddit user PainMatrix recently uploaded his son's latest creation. It's not your typical kindergartner's artwork - it's something much better. And by better, I mean hilarious. It's none other than an instructional booklet titled, "How To Poop." It even includes helpful, genius illustrations. You've got to see this. How To Poop by Some Awesome Kid Step 1: Walk to the Bathroom. Step 2. Sit Down. Step 3: POOP! Apparently, at least for this kid, wiping is totally optional. Not sure how much I agree with that, but maybe we'll get an amended version in a few years when he puts out the next edition. For ...
While The World Is Fixated On Red Cups, This Girl Creates Starbucks Art

While The World Is Fixated On Red Cups, This Girl Creates Starbucks Art

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If you don't live under a rock, you've probably heard about the bizarre controversy that Starbucks is dealing with right now. Everyone seems to have an opinion about those red cups, but while Internet commenters are duking it out on social media, one awesome young artist is busy turning Starbucks cups into vibrant works of art.Let Carrah Aldridge help you take a break from all of that tension so you can go back to loving your favorite coffee chain. It all starts with some simple supplies. To create these pieces, Aldridge uses white gel pens, Sharpies, and brightly colored Copic markers. A photo posted by Carrah Aldridge (@creative_carrah) on Jul 13, 2015 at 4:49am PDT And of course, she collects those iconic Starbucks cups. WIP 😊 Thank you for 6000+ likes on my blue Starbuck...
These Scribbles Look Like Nothing At First, But Watch What She Does With Them

These Scribbles Look Like Nothing At First, But Watch What She Does With Them

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It's no secret that artists tend to look at life from a different angle. After all, having an atypical worldview is conducive to creativity. Illustrator Mary Doodles came up with a fun series with some help from her friend Dante, and each piece starts with a few lines. In the video below, she tells Dante to close his eyes and scribble on a blank sheet of paper. From there, she puts on her creative thinking cap and gives these scattered marks a new lease on life. This is what Mary Doodles had to work with when Dante was done. YouTube / Mary Doodles And this is the finished product. Pretty incredible, right? YouTube / Mary Doodles To see how she created this masterpiece, check out the vide...
Tolkien’s Art Is As Rich And Beautiful As His Stories. Why Don’t We Ever See It?

Tolkien’s Art Is As Rich And Beautiful As His Stories. Why Don’t We Ever See It?

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J.R.R. Tolkien needs no introduction, of course. The author of the seminal Lord of the Rings trilogy, along with many other works on Middle Earth, is a household name and a favorite of kids and adults alike. His incredible imagination, spurred by years of studying the ancient cultures of Europe, created an entire unique universe. ...but he wasn't just a writer. He created a visual record of his work as well. His illustrations, rich with texture and color, are just as striking as his stories. They give us a rare, personal glimpse of what he was imagining when he created his tales. Some are polished and completed illustrations. Others are simple pencil sketches he might have done to help him work out the details of the stories. Unfortunately, his artwork is not well known. It wasn't ...