But what if you only use one colour for the entirety of the building’s exterior?
Below are wonderful monochromatic buildings from around the world using only the colour Red.
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[Yahoo! News}- A filthy vehicle can be incredibly unsightly but one street artist is turning them into incredible pieces of art.
Nikita Golubev regularly uses his talents to transform dirty vehicles in Moscow, Russia, sharing photographs of the huge artworks he creates on Instagram.
His popularity has surged on the site, and has now attracted more than 55,000 followers.
Mr Golubev often uses his unusual art to make social or political comments about serious issues such as war and pollution.
Other times, he uses his interest in science fiction and fantasy to create stunning images to liven up the city-scape.
Here are a selection of the artwork that can be seen on the roads of Moscow.
[Yahoo! News}- It’s known as being the go-to tool for clumsy doodles and childlike scribbles, but it turns out Microsoft Paint can actually be used to create incredible works of art.
The internet went into mourning on Monday as news spread that the programme was being discontinued.
But today Microsoft confirmed that it will continue to offer Paint through the Windows Store – though it won’t included on Windows 10 by default.
This will be music to the ears of US illustrator Pat Hines, who uses the programme for his artistic creations.
He has used the software to create beautiful illustrations for an e-book, as well as producing intricate portraits and incredibly detailed landscape drawings.
Pat says he uses the old-school programme because he ‘sucks’ at using Adobe Photoshop.
But that doesn’t mean his method is easy. He told the BBC: ‘I wouldn’t say it’s easy, it definitely takes quite a while. It could take upwards of 20 hours for just one piece.’
These are some of his astonishing creations.
Professional musician Gonzalo García Calvo has created lots of outstanding origami animals and other objects using various of different techniques and papers.
The 35-year-old sells some of his more complex creations but gives away the simpler ones which he often left in public for people to find.
Below are some of the Madrid-based Spanish origami master’s awesome creation.
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