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A new way to recycle your old yoga mat? Make art! Alex Ebstein is an artist whose use of unconventional materials - such as yoga mats - to create her cut-out pieces is turning some headstands. Ebstein originally studied photography but after being diagnosed with uveitis, an inflammation of the eye which required multiple surgeries affecting [...]

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The awesomeness of this yoga-inspired sand sculpture never gets old. Entitled "Mirage," the piece was created by artist Katie Grinnan as a sculptural time-lapse of her body moving through a sun salutation. Constructed of out of friendly plastic, enamel, and sand it's both grace-in-stillness and stillness-in-motion, having captured the moving form in one single structure. [...]

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And you'd thought you'd seen it all. Do we really need to say more? OK we will. Because this deserves an explanation. This interesting piece is one of the seven yoga mats designed by contemporary artists that debuted this week at Miami's swanky artsy, boozy fest, Art Basel. The collection called Grey Area Yoga was [...]

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Lady Gaga is not one for understatements, nor doing her yoga in more than her underwear. The little monster matriarch has gone one step further this time, stripping down to her tattoos in the name of art and something called the Abramovic Method, a technique influenced by White Tantric Yoga created by renowned performance artist [...]

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Tiny skeletons come to life with yoga. YogArt finds are always fun, especially when they're so darn cute, and a bit creepy. These may be the cutest little metal yoga skeletons we've ever seen. These hand-sculpted tiny bony yogis stand just 2" high, but the Skeletonians, as they are officially called, are molded from pewter in [...]

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It's true what the say! Yogis are alchemists and Kate Moss has turned herself into yoga gold! OK not true. But Kate Moss is forever captured in a 22lb, 18 karat gold yogicly-posed statue  - "Microcosmos (Siren)" - that just sold at a Sotheby's auction for close to a million bones to some chump obviously well-off [...]

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