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Behind the scenes at the Harbin Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival

Every year we post a set of images from the Harbin International Snow & Ice Sculpture Festival and every year they look amazing.
To create it takes a lot of work.

Check out the 2016, 2015 and 2014 sets.

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Burning Man 2016

The Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada is the world's most creative festival.
You need to be creative to get there and you need to be creative to survive there. Being of open mind also helps to soak i all that you will see, feel and experience.

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Etanis Gonzalez has a Wall Of Dolls in Venezuela

Etanis Gonzalez is an artist and a collector of dolls. He has combined the two by making this wall of dolls in his home town. Pretty creepy if you ask me.

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Sydney’s Festival Of Light Looks Vivid

The annual Vivid Sydney light festival is underway with installations and projections illuminating the city. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.

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The Post-It Note Art War Of New York City

A conversation conducted using sticky Post-it notes on the windows of two offices in Lower Manhattan has delighted passersby and drawn a number of neighboring advertising agencies to join what is now a highly contested art battle.
It all began when employees at one firm, Havas Media, replied to an anonymous "HI" message that was left across from its office building on Canal Street. There are now hundreds of colorful notes decorating windows in the area.

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Made from millions of matchsticks

For the last 40 years, Janusz Urbanski, a former Polish miner and ironworker, has harbored a passion to build replicas of objects, buildings and famous sites with just matchsticks and glue.

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Thousands of pigeons with LED lights create Fly By Night

Thousands of pigeons with tiny LED lights strapped to their legs swooped through the darkening skies in a jaw-dropping display of beauty, but savvy New Yorkers gazing up at the performance art knew enough to keep their mouths shut.
As evening fell over the Brooklyn Navy Yard, once home to the nation's largest naval fleet of carrier pigeons, artist Duke Riley opened an enormous coop and released the homing pigeons of his "Fly by Night" project.

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The Art Of Guantanamo Detainees

To pass the time during their lock up in Guantanamo Camp Delta some detainees have taken up painting.

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Harbin International Ice Festival 2016

As is the case at the start of every year, the Harbin International Ice Festival puts on a show of snow and ice and lights.

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Behind The Scenes At The Nutcracker Ballet

For theatregoers in St Petersburg, Nacho Duato's "The Nutcracker" demonstrates the global appeal of a Christmas classic. When the curtain rises at the Mikhailovsky Theatre, among the oldest opera and ballet houses in Russia, it's the culmination of hundreds of hours of toil and sweat by dancers, costume makers, set designers and musicians playing the famous score by Pyotr Tchaikovsky.

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Star Wars Characters Carved From Ice

In the Belgian town of Liege sculptors are carving Star Wars characters from ice and it looks totally cool. As ice.

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National Beard & Moustache Championships In New York City

The Just For Men National Beard & Moustache Championships at the Kings Theater in the Brooklyn borough of New York City took place this past weekend. Hundreds of facial hair enthusiasts attended the event competing in 18 different categories. How does your facial hair stand up to these creations?

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