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It doesn't take much to find something amazing every day. This is my place to share with you the amazing things in ALL THINGS ARTS: artists and creators who surprise us, outdoor and public art that amuses or enlightens us, places and spaces that enchant us. 

July, 2018: The Daily Amazing took a bit of vacation this past half-year, but not because amazing art disappeared. Au contraire, everyday in every amazing way, art shows up that is jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring, or just plain curious. In the past, amazing art in paper and miniatures were highlighted...you can find them all with the links below (the red bars).. To do a little catch-up through the summer months, I've assembled some discoveries I've made and created a few videos to share them, with an emphasis on PUBLIC and STREET ART, some amazing DRAWS, and a few  that defy category. With each new addition, links to individual sites will be catalogued at LEARN MORE. Check them out; there is much, much more than these meager videos can show. AT the bottom are links to previous Amazing Creations. 

 
 As part of a public art exhibition and arts festival in Liverpool UK, Artist Ryan Gander  has dissected a model of an architecturally beautiful local cathedral and is using those pieces to help children learn about architecture and design public benches which he will fabricate into real public art.

As part of a public art exhibition and arts festival in Liverpool UK, Artist Ryan Gander  has dissected a model of an architecturally beautiful local cathedral and is using those pieces to help children learn about architecture and design public benches which he will fabricate into real public art.

 "If the work of tombobnyc doesn't bring a smile to your face, then we don't know what would." Find more whimsical street art by this imaginative artist. 

"If the work of tombobnyc doesn't bring a smile to your face, then we don't know what would." Find more whimsical street art by this imaginative artist. 

 Indian Nek  Chaud built a whimsical and intricate garden of sculptures made of recycled crockery, broken pottery, shattered glass, rocks, and urban junk. 

Indian Nek  Chaud built a whimsical and intricate garden of sculptures made of recycled crockery, broken pottery, shattered glass, rocks, and urban junk. 

All past Daily Amazings can be found HERE