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Felt bags by krukrustudio in Moscow, Russia

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Russian carpenter Yuri Hvtisishvili created this awesome life-size wooden replica of the classic classic IL-49 Soviet motorcycle. It looks so perfect that, were it not for the telltale color, it’s hard to believe the bike is completely made of wood, even the tires. The project began ealier this year when business was slow at Yuri’s carpentry shop and he wanted to try something new. Inspired by an internet post about a master carpenter’s full-scale wooden replica of a motorcycle, he decided to create a replica of his favorite Russian motorcycle, the IL-49.

"Yuri started to work on the project on January 18; it was the perfect activity to pass his time during the long winter evenings. He patiently carved out the motorcycle one part at a time, down to the last nut and bolt. He made use of two types of wood – beech and pine – mainly for the way they complement each other. Four months later, on May 18, the hyperrealistic motorcycle was completed."

Head over to Oddity Central for additional photos of Yuri Hvtisishvili’s fantastic wooden motorcycle.

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LEGO has recreated the Stay Puft Marshmellow Man from Ghostbusters in celebration of the release of Ghostbusters 30 years ago this summer.

It stands 25 inches tall and weighs 18 pounds, and is made of 3,654 LEGO bricks.

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Awesome Balloon Sculptures from the World Balloon Convention

This year 800 artists went to Denver Colorado to show off their balloon skills.

[via neatorama]

Kim Burke creates realistic miniature food sculptures.

Check out her Etsy shop Fiarchildart to view more of her super realistic pieces.

COSTS: $11 - $34

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Artist buys signs from homeless for $20.00
Baronet says, 

“My point is not to make money,” Baronet said. “Material stuff isn’t my sort of thing. My point is to put the art out there. My point is to start conversations and raise awareness. My point is to keep learning about me. And that’s a selfish point.”

[via Yahoo]

Artist buys signs from homeless for $20.00

Baronet says, 

“My point is not to make money,” Baronet said. “Material stuff isn’t my sort of thing. My point is to put the art out there. My point is to start conversations and raise awareness. My point is to keep learning about me. And that’s a selfish point.”

[via Yahoo]

Japanese Pikachu Cafe Serves Pikachu Themed Eats

The cafe will be open for a limited time outside the Pokemon XY Movie exhibit at Tokyo City View in Roppongi Hills.

[via LIKECOOL]

Photography by Gerwyn Davies

Gerwyn Davies is a photographic artist, advertiser and costume maker from Brisbane, Australia. Gerwyn completed a Bachelor of Photography with First Class Honours at the Queensland College of Art, Brisbane majoring in both Photo Arts Practice and Creative Advertising. 

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