Photographer Captures An Empty New York City During The Snowpocalypse

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New York City was hit by a snow storm, perfect weather to stay indoors, but not if you want to capture an eerily empty New York City. So photographer Vivienne Gucwa went out and captured this almost surrealistic state of the ever bustling city, the results are amazing! Continue »

Before Photoshop – 14 Historic Photos That Have Been Manipulated

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Though photo manipulation has become more common in the age of digital cameras and image editing software, it actually dates back almost as far as the invention of photography. Gathered below is an overview of some of the more notable instances of photo manipulation in history. For recent years, an exhaustive inventory of every photo manipulation would be nearly impossible, so we focus here on the instances that have been most controversial or notorious, or ones that raise the most interesting ethical questions. Continue »

Adorable 1970s Valentine’s Day Cards Featuring The McDonaldland Characters

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Here’s an adorable set of Valentine’s Day cards featuring the McDonaldland characters. These were available in McDonald’s restaurants for kids in 1978 Continue »

What Art History Would Look Like If Men And Women Had More Tattoos

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Advertising art director Nicolas Amiard has reimagined history with his clever mash-up series called The Art of Tattoo, in which subjects from classic paintings sport modern ink. Continue »

12 Charts That Perfectly Sum Up Being In A Long Distance Relationship

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Distance makes the heart grow fonder… um, no, actually it sucks. Continue »

Death Anxiety Comics Inspired By Our Fears

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When I Die I’ll be a dead man and all my fears would become reality. It’s a personal comics series of death anxiety stories. Continue »

Forgotten Housing Estates In Paris Captured By Laurent Kronental

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For the ongoing series ‘Souvenir d’un futur‘, French photographer Laurent Kronental documents life at the ‘Grands Ensembles’, the large housing projects in Paris, since four years. Built during the housing crisis between the 1950s and the 1980s, the decaying buildings are located in the city’s suburban area. Using an analog camera, Kronenthal captures melancholic images of the senior citizens as well as the concrete buildings Continue »

Makeup Artist Turns Herself Into Creepy Monsters That’ll Give You Nightmares

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Andrea De La Ossa, a cosmetologist and beauty vlogger, definitely doesn’t have problems choosing her Halloween looks. Using her incredible make-up skills, she can turn herself into any creepy character she wants. Continue »

Benetton Uses Ethnicity Data To Create Computer-Generated ‘Models’ From Different Cities

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For decades, Benetton has been known for using models of different skin colors, ethnicities and appearances to promote diversity with its “United Colors” campaigns. But the latest campaign doesn’t use real models; instead, the Italian fashion retailer has used computer-generated faces based on data from different cities around the world. Continue »

$2 Junk Shop Photo Turns Out To Be Worth $5,000,000

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A man named Randy Guijarro in Fresno, California, found and purchased an old tintype photo for $2 at a junk shop, nothing special about it you would think. But it turns out that this photo is worth up to $5,000,000, because it’s a rare authenticated picture of the famous outlaw Billy the Kid. Continue »

Artists Create Unique Wallcut Murals In Abandoned Factory

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Nowadays we can find cool murals and other streetart almost everywhere. Some artist used paint, some use real city object and some… just use the wall itself. Expanding the creative boundaries artist collective HAD opened their first exhibition WALLS, bringing new forms of street art to Bosnia. Using wallcut technique they are penetrating the walls to open their structure and give them new life. By this reconstruction they are creating something new, giving a purpose to walls that have been neglected for decades. Their new projects are outdoors, working on walls in city centers but as they say – abandon industrial spaces will always be their preference. Continue »

15 Authentic Shots Of Motherhood In All Its Beauty

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Photographer Susie Black was sick of seeing unrealistic photos of women breastfeeding, so she took a photo of herself with her baby. Black posted it on the internet without any editing, and asked other women if they wanted to be photographed in the same way. Lots of women jumped at the chance, and soon this project was born. Continue »

Gerard Schlosser’s Intimate And Hyperrealistic Paintings Of The Body (NSFW)

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Gerard Schlosser is a French artist who paints hyperrealistic images of body parts. He takes photographs and then isolates a part of the scene, such as an exposed breast or waist. Each painterly fragment is mysterious, and Schlosser has a way of instilling intimacy into surprising places. What is left outside the frame is filled in by the viewer’s own memories of stillness, contemplation, and connection. Continue »

Breathtaking Photos Of London Town From Above

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The Shard seen from the Walkie-Talkie, City of London. The counterweight of the Walkie-Talkie crane provided a spectacular view of the Shard. (Photo by Bradley L. Garrett) Continue »

Juniper, The Happiest Fox In The World

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Juniper, a popular Instagram fox with 90K+ followers, can see something on the bed that we humans can’t see. And since white bedsheets look suspiciously like snow, she’s prepared to dive underneath to get to it. Continue »