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You Are A Saint by Yochai Matos

Forget the good deeds and being heavenly ordained, all you really need to achieve Sainthood is a set of fluorescent tube lights cleverly arranged on the wall. After that, it’s just up to you to decide what you’re going to advocate in Heaven… personally, I’m going to be the Patron Saint of Pizza Rolls.

Artist: Website (via: Lost at E Minor)

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You Reap What You Sow by Kittozutto

Showcased at the The Lorong 24A Shophouse Series’ ”Art of Rebellion” exhibit, which explored the power of Chinese cultural idioms, Kittozutto’s “As Bees in Honey Drown” reflects the familiar saying “you reap you what you sow” to devastating effect: the image of one consumed by their life’s work. Though while the message is terrifyingly potent, I find the literal interpretation of the piece seems not so bad: drowning in honey would be such a delicious way to go out.

Artist: Behance / Website

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World of the Ring by Jian Guo

Middle-Earth seems like it’s a pretty happening place: plenty of exotic locales to explore, elves handing out gifts, trees to ride when your footses ache, and treasure available only to those courageous enough to take it. If it ever existed in a Tolkien novel or note, then Jian has probably drawn it: his jaw-droppingly resplendent masterpieces tell just as enthralling a story as the novels they emulate… though in considerably fewer words. The lead image: “A Long Adventure with a Hobbit” is available in print form at Jian’s DeviantArt.

Artist: Blog (via: Kotaku)

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Death and Mutation of Mother Nature by Chul Hwee Kim

For all our progress and innovation, when you put the natural world in the hands of man we have a very special way of fucking it all up. Kim’s series suggests a fate worse than death for the non-human citizens of the earth: twisted and mutated by our corrosive touch.

Artist: Behance / Website

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