Clone Troopers Recreate Famous Scenes

If you’re a disgruntled clone trooper and you’re just sick of fighting other people’s battles for The Empire, why not quit and get a new job as a photography model. Actually, these photos were created by a Canadian art teacher using Star Wars figurines (and he didn’t use Photoshop!)

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European Cave Paintings Older Than Previously Thought, Might Have Been Painted by Neanderthals


Some European cave paintings are older than previously thought, implying that Neanderthals might have been their creators rather than Homo sapiens. It’s not yet certain, but some of the earliest paintings that were dated raise interesting questions, including whether Neanderthals were painters.

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David Kassan’s Amazing iPad Portraits

Artist David Jon Kassan has created a series of impressive portraits using his iPad. They are pretty realistic and look like they were made on canvas.

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Caves of Nerja Contain Earliest Human Drawings


New dating tests have proven that the drawings from the Caves of Nerja, in Málaga, Spain, are the oldest paintings in the world made by humans. The represent seals and were painted more than 42,000 years ago.

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Andreas Englund’s Aging Superhero: Punisher Needs Prunes

Have you ever wondered what happened to superheroes when they get older? There have been a few different forays into the subject in comics, but Andreas Englund decided to examine the situation with a bit more flair. His series of aging superhero paintings have popped up all over the place, and I have to say that they are pretty cool.

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