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World's Largest Sand Sculpting Festival Pays Tribute To Disneyland Paris

By Richard Pavek on July 19, 2014
World's Largest Sand Sculpting Festival Pays Tribute To Disneyland Paris

Though sand sculpting festivals are fairly common, few are as majestic as the one organized by Belgium's Royal Sand Carvers Society. An annual tradition since 1997, the festival which received the 2010 Guinness World Record for the largest such event, incorporates over 150 sand masterpieces created by 30 of the world's best carvers.

South Africa's 'Pavement Bookworm' Wants Everyone To Read

By Meera Dolasia on July 17, 2014
South Africa's 'Pavement Bookworm' Wants Everyone To Read

Most homeless resort to panhandling to make ends meet. However an enterprising young South African man has come up with an interesting alternative - he spends his days spreading the joy of reading and selling books written by his favorite authors. Meet Philani Dladla aka 'Pavement Bookworm'.

Artist Uses Dribbling Skills to Paint Soccer Stars

By Kavi Dolasia on June 29, 2014
Artist Uses Dribbling Skills to Paint Soccer Stars

Shanghai-based Hong Yi or 'Red' as she likes to call herself is known for her unusual and imaginative portraits. Her previous masterpieces include a sketch of Chinese film director Yimou Zhang created with 790 pairs of black, white and grey socks and one of basketball superstar Yao Ming painted with - you guessed it - a basketball! Popular Hollywood actor Jackie Chen was portrayed with chopsticks, while British singer/songwriter Adele's portrait was created with melted candles.

Video Of The Week - Rock Band OK Go's New Music Video Is A Feast For The Eyes

By Meera Dolasia on June 21, 2014
Video Of The Week - Rock Band OK Go's New Music Video Is A Feast For The Eyes

Los Angeles-based alternative rock group OK Go, is one of the few music bands that is more famous for the music videos they put together than their actual songs. They first captured the attention of fans in 2006 with a video of their single 'Here It Goes Again', in which they sang the song whilst dancing on fast-moving treadmills.

France's Iconic Eiffel Tower Celebrates 125 Years

By Meera Dolasia on April 3, 2014
France's Iconic Eiffel Tower Celebrates 125 Years

When Gustave Eiffel designed the Eiffel Tower for the 1889 Exposition Universelle held to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the French Revolution, he had never envisioned it to last more than 20 years. But the tower, which turned 125 on Monday, March 31st, has not only outlived all expectations, but also, become the most enduring symbol of France, one that is visited by almost 7 million visitors a year.

New York Artists Spend Ten Days 'Performing' On A Giant Hamster Wheel

By Meera Dolasia on March 12, 2014
New York Artists Spend Ten Days 'Performing' On A Giant Hamster Wheel

While television viewers have been inundated with reality shows about the everyday lives of ordinary people, none have been performed atop a giant hamster wheel. That is what two New York artists recently did, not just for an hour or two, but for a ten-day period starting from February 28th to March 9th, 2014.

George Dennehy, The Armless Musician That Is Inspiring The World

By Holly Parkin on November 11, 2013
George Dennehy, The Armless Musician That Is Inspiring The World

They say that when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. That certainly seems to be the philosophy 19-year-old George Dennehy has adopted all his life. For how else can you explain that despite being armless, the musician plays not one, but multiple instruments, all with his feet.

Banished 'Fake' Van Gogh Painting Turns Out To Be The Real Deal!

By Meera Dolasia on September 18, 2013
Banished 'Fake' Van Gogh Painting Turns Out To Be The Real Deal!

After being dismissed as a fake and banished to an attic for over a century, a painting created by Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh, is finally getting the respect it deserves and being hailed as one of the greatest discoveries ever in the history of the Van Gogh Museum - The same experts that deemed it a 'fake', not too long ago.

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