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The Son of Man, an Iconic Work by Rene Magritte

Painted in 1964 by Ren Magritte, is The Son of Man, the Belgian surrealist painting. Interestingly, the painting was initially meant to be a self-portrait. The painting features a man in an overcoat and a bowler hat sitting on his head. This man stands in front of a low wall with a sea and a

Rice Paddy Art: Agricultural Masterpiece

The tanbo art, or rice paddy art phenomenon began in 1993 in Inakadate, Aomori, Japan. Faced with trying economic conditions, the village residents decided to create a rice field behind the town hall, in order to honor the town’s history and culture. However, this would not be an average rice field. The villagers set about

Golden Statue of Mao Zedong Built in a Remote Village in Central China

The achievement of Mao Zedong as the founding father of the People Republic of China is notably great, but he was also a controversial figure. Through his Marxist-Leninist theories, his military strategies and stringent communist ideas, over 45 million people were left dead in one of the greatest catastrophic famine in the history of China.

Bizarre Bike Helmets to Stand out from the Crowd

For some people, a simple expression of color, or a flurried pattern is hardly sufficient for a bike helmet. If you are riding through a brand new city, or maybe you are simply running errands about your suburb, you might feel that you’d like to stand out. You might want to get a conversation going.

The First Underwater Museum, Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

The first underwater museum has opened in EuropeThanks to the Jason DeCaires Taylor, a renowned British artist, you would now be able to enjoy swimming among the fishes and be in the presence of more than 300 speculating art sculptures. Named as one of the top 25 Wonders of the World by National Geographic, “MUSEO