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Papier-Mâché Masks by Liz Sexton Bring Animals To Human Scale

This Minneapolis-based artist creates large papier-mâché pieces of foxes, owls, and other wild animals designed to be worn by humans, creating a hybrid being that she often situates in non-natural environments. Liz Sexton began making her facial masks a few years ago after constructing a couple of Halloween costumes, although she’s worked with the versatile paper material for many years. Made of brown paper, paste, and paper pulp, each piece takes a few weeks to create.

Animal head mask by Liz Sexton.

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Can You See Drunk Faces In These Inanimate Objects?

Why do we see drunk faces in clearly sober inanimate objects? Because of Pareidolia – it’s a type of apophenia, which is a more generalized term for seeing patterns in random data. Some common examples are seeing a likeness of Jesus in the clouds or an image of a man on the surface of the Moon. Scroll down for hilariously wasted examples!

So drunk...

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Someone In Manchester Keeps Covering Up Racist Graffiti With Cat Stickers…

As Mahatma Gandhi once said, you have to start with yourself. The brilliance of this is that it can be applied to almost anything, starting with the amount of trash lying on the streets and ending with some actual social issues that can’t be ignored. This post features someone who just couldn’t put up with racist graffiti around the city center of Manchester anymore and figured out how to improve the situation in a brilliantly witty way.

Signs being posted all over Manchester, England.

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