Hyper Realistic Dolls by Laurence Ruet

Take a look at fantastic and hyper realistic dolls by french artist Laurence Ruet. Each creation is an original. Details on the face and the limbs are painted with acrylic after cooking. All the clothes, shoes and “pets” are made by Laurence. From 450 to 1350 euros each and above. Continue »

The French Mouth Sticker by Frenchstickers

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Photo of the Day: The Biggest Online Shopping Day of the Year

An employee walks a wide isle at Amazon.com’s 1.2 million square foot fulfillment center on Cyber Monday. Americans clicked away on their computers and smartphones for deals on Cyber Monday, which is expected to be the biggest online shopping day in history. Shoppers are expected to spend $1.5 billion, up 20 percent from last year, according to research firm comScore. That would not only make it the biggest online shopping day of the year, but the biggest since comScore started tracking shoppers’ online buying habits in 2001. (Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press)

I’m Dreaming of a Blue Christmas

Visitors look at a Christmas illumination lit by 280,000 LED lights at the Tokyo Midtown business and commercial complex. (Itsuo Inouye/Associated Press)

The Laughing Seals

A grey seal appears to be laughing hysterically on the beach in Heligoland, Germany. (Robert Harding / Barcroft) Continue »

The Statue of Liberty Sticker by Frenchstickers

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Jeff Friesen by Ghost Train Crossing Canada

Jeff Friesen‘s photography project entitled ‘The Canadian: Ghost Train Crossing Canada’ appears to show a train crossing Canada – but, in fact, the train is just two inches tall. His work captures the travels of a scale model vintage 1955 streamliner passenger train against picturesque landscapes. Continue »

Lewis Lavoie by Mural Mosaic

Invented by Lewis Lavoie, Mural Mosaic is an artistic concept which brings together hundreds of artworks painted by various artists into one exceptional image. Continue »

Ballet Dancer Claire Robertson Promotes Scottish Ballet’s Nutcracker

Claire Robertson from Scottish Ballet, poses dressed as the Good Snow Flake inside a life size snow globe on Buchanan Street during a promotion for Scottish Ballet’s festive production of The Nutcracker on November 20, 2012 in Glasgow, Scotland. The Nutcracker opens at the Theatre Royal on December the 8th, the production delves deep into the darker reaches of Hoffmann’s original tale in a fresh and vivid retelling of the famous Christmas story. In photographs by Jeff J. Mitchell. Continue »

Photo of the Day: “So, Fuck You, That’s Why!”

A car stops beside a house in the middle of a newly built road in Wenling, Zhejiang province, China, November 22, 2012. An elderly couple refused to sign an agreement to allow their house to be demolished. They say that compensation offered is not enough to cover rebuilding costs, according to local media. Their house is the only building left standing on a road which is paved through their village. (REUTERS/China Daily)

The Brunette Sticker by Frenchstickers

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The Barcode Project

The sunset is reflected in the buildings of The Barcode Project in Oslo, Norway. The new high-rise buildings are part of a redevelopment on former dock and industrial land in the city. (Cornelius Poppe/Scanpix)

Photo of the Day: Pigeons

A man feeds pigeons outside the Taj Mahal hotel, one of the targets of the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai, India. The lone surviving Pakistani gunman from the terror attack was executed earlier in the day providing much-needed closure over the three-day rampage that shook the nation’s core and deepened enmity with neighbor Pakistan. (Rafiq Maqbool / Associated Press)

The Skull Stickers by Frenchstickers

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David Glasheen: A Real Life Robinson Crusoe

David Glasheen, dubbed Australia’s Robinson Crusoe, has lived on tiny Restoration Island, off the north-eastern tip of Australia since 1993, accompanied only by his dog Quasi. A former business man, he abandoned a high-flying life in Sydney after losing $AUS10 million £6.5 million in the 1987 stock market crash and his marriage ended. Mr Glasheen, who is now in his late 60s, said he revels in the tranquillity and privacy and has called himself as “the luckiest bloke in the world”. He lives off fish and crab and collects bananas, coconuts and native fruit, as well as growing his own vegetables and brewing beer.

In photographs by Brian Cassey.

David Glasheen faces eviction from his remote tropical paradise after losing a Supreme Court legal case. Continue »