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They grow 'em big out in Missoula, Montana--literally. The smalltime organic local grocer, Orange Street Food Farm is displaying a bewitching, window-length installation of Toadstool, Luigi, and Mario that consists of 12-pack soda bottles. 

The store's weekend manager disclosed to the press that the whole operation's the ingenious brainchild of a Coca Cola Sales rep (a raise probably fast approaches on the horizon). Here's a closer look at the 12-foot high display:

Relax, it's not for sale...yet. The Macbook selfie stick was made by Moises (Art404), John Yuyi and Tom Galle as an "art" project. Here are a few images of the laptop hoisting selfie tool in action.

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Here it is folks! Delivered to school and ready to be graded for Jacob's art project!! 4,466 army men painted red,...

Posted by Stacey Bishop-Feazel on Thursday, February 18, 2016

art gps Artist Draws Pictures With GPS by Bicycling on City Streets
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Stephen Lund took his doodles in a new direction by drawing them with GPS on a city map. 



He rides his bicycle through the streets to make a picture on a fitness tracking map. 



He even did a TED Talk about his giraffe: 

art time travel conspiracy Some Say This Ancient Greek Sculpture is Proof of Time Travel
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Take a look at this Greek sculpture, notice anything suspicious? What about the woman reading from her LAPTOP? 



That's what some conspiracy theorists have said. Or it could be a rectangular box. Watch this video made by Youtuber StillSpeakingOut and THEN decide if you think the conspiracy is true:



Still think it's just a rectangular box, probably for jewlery? Yea, it probably is. HOWEVER, an alternative theory suggests that if it's not a box and it's not a laptop, it's probably a wax tablet that the Ancient Greeks used for writing all the time. 


via Wikimedia Commons

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