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Photograph shows a bathroom with an unusually painted floor.
Photograph shows the imprint of a fetal footprint on its mother's abdomen.
Photograph shows statue of U.S. soldier crafted by an Iraqi sculptor out of gratitude to America.*
Photographs show 3D-like sidewalk paintings done in chalk.
Photographs show a public toilet made with reflective glass walls.
Photograph shows a hybrid human/pig sow and her piglets.
Photographs shows miniature baby figures made of marzipan.
Photographs shows artwork around the urinals of a men's restroom at a hotel in Queenstown, New Zealand.
Video captures home Christmas light display synchronized to a musical score.
Photographs show trucks decorated with advertising art.
Photographs show amazing micro-sculptures created by Willard Wigan.
Photographs show shopping bags adorned with clever artwork.
Video clip shows a music-playing "farm machine" built at the University of Iowa
Photographs show a variety of "painted cats."
Photographs show lifelike sculptures of humans in varying scales created by artist Ron Mueck.
Video clip shows an elementary school stage production of Scarface.
Photographs show furniture and a floating automobile carved from wood.
Slideshow presents photorealistic paintings by an artist named Anna Kostenko.
Video clip shows 92-year-old Ginger Rogers dancing with her great-grandson.
Photographs show murals created in planted rice fields.
Video captures a magician performing the "greatest card trick ever."
Image shows a poster for an upcoming film biography of Walt Disney.
The "giant head" moai statues on Easter Island have bodies.
An autistic artist drew a rendering of the New York skyline from memory after a 20-minute helicopter ride.
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