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This Man Drives Several Hours Everyday To Bring Water To Thirsty Wild Animals

Patrick Kilonzo Mwalua is known as the water man. Every single day he drives several hours to deliver water to the animals in Kenya’s Tsavo West National Park. Every time he shows up he delivers 3,000 gallons of fresh water and the animals love him for it. Continue »

This New Hair Dye Turns Humans Into Chameleons

The Unseen studio created the world’s first color changing hair dye. The hair dye which is called fire, changes color depending on the temperature and the surroundings. It can go from bright red to something much more subtle and the brand is currently looking for partners so they can take the hair dye to the next level. Continue »

Stunning Photos Of Haile Selassie I, The Emperor Of Ethiopia


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Haile Selassie I (23 July 1892 – 27 August 1975), born Tafari Makonnen, was Ethiopia’s regent from 1916 to 1930 and Emperor of Ethiopia from 1930 to 1974. The heir to a dynasty that traced its origins to the 13th century, and from there by tradition back to King Solomon and Queen Makeda, Empress of Axum, known in the Abrahamic tradition as the Queen of Sheba. Haile Selassie is a defining figure in both Ethiopian and African history. Continue »

Photographer Omar Robles Captures Ballet Dancers On The Streets Of Puerto Rico

Omar Robles (previously featured) is a talented 36-year-old ballet photographer who was born and raised in Puerto Rico and currently based in New York City. Omar shoots breathtaking portraits of ballet dancers poised gracefully on the street. In his latest project “Coming Home”, Omar Z. Robles has captured the serenity and grace of ballet dancers in Puerto Rico. Continue »

A Shelter Has Been Trying To Find A Home For This Cat For Over A Year

Champas is a 5-year-old cat who can’t seem to find a home. He’s been living at the Animal Welfare League Australia shelter in Sydney for over 433 days now and all he wants is a little love. Continue »

Bench To Bedroom: Urban Furniture Turned Homeless Shelters

Whereas London and Montreal have installed spikes on the sidewalks to keep homeless people from getting too comfortable, Vancouver offers a kind welcome with benches that transform into mini-shelters. A nonprofit called RainCity Housing teamed up with Spring Advertising to create the modified public benches in order to provide a covered place to sleep while simultaneously raising awareness. Continue »

NASA Just Released Travel Posters For Our New Sister Solar System, And They’re Cool As Hell


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A few hours ago, NASA announced the discovery of a potentially habitable ‘Sister Solar System’ just 39 light-years away – boasting seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a star called TRAPPIST-1. These planets appear to be made of rock, have life-friendly surface temperatures, and some could potentially host liquid water, so NASA went ahead and created a whole bunch of travel posters and fan art of the coolest new place in the Universe for us to get all misty-eyed about. Continue »

Tiny Living Room Makes Its Way Inside PC

Using dollhouse furniture and copious amounts of imagination, an unknown Russian artist has created a miniature living room inside the shell of a PC computer. The tiny room replica includes a working floor lamp, a tiny gumball machine an oriental rug, and even a miniature copy of the New York Times. Continue »

Tyler Haughey Shoots Jersey Shore’s 1950s Resorts, During The Off Season

The resorts built during the post-war period, some of the finest examples of midcentury European design, are like architectural time capsules, all located on a small five-long barrier island in New Jersey known collectively as The Wildwoods. In fact, they make up the largest concentration of postwar resort architecture in the United States. The tiny beach town of Wildwood, New Jersey, topped TripAdvisor’s list of destinations on the rise for 2015. Fancy that. Continue »

The Nightmare That Was ‘His & Her’ Fashion

Yes, in the 1960s-80s a couple could wear matching sweaters without the slightest sense of irony or self-reflection. Catalogs and fashion magazines were littered with guys and girls in identical attire looking just as cheesy as you can imagine. Granted, the styles themselves weren’t always horrible – it’s the mere fact that dressing alike was ever a “thing” is what gives us cringe decades later. Continue »

Stunning Art Created On A Frozen Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal became the place of art creation. This masterpiece was made in 2010 by an artist Jim Denevan and his team. The work they did was truly tremendous. Continue »

These Intimate NSFW Fashion Dolls Are Handcrafted To Bare All

Fashion dolls are usually designed to be a blank canvas for the outfits in which they’re dressed, but one Swedish artist’s handcrafted dolls have an idiosyncratic look that’s all their own, even in the nude. Emilie Steele creates incredibly detailed ball-jointed dolls that are designed to tell their own stories. Continue »

Strange, Seductive And Surreal Erotic Photo Montages From 1920-30’s Vienna

Atelier Manassé was a highly successful photographic studio established by husband and wife team Adorján von Wlássics (1893 – 1946) and Olga Solarics (1896 – 1969) in Austria in 1924—though some sources cite 1922. Principally based in Vienna—with a smaller office in Berlin—the studio flourished during the 1920s and 1930s. It was known for producing highly flattering portrait photography of film, theater and cabaret stars. It could be said Adorján and Olga were the airbrush pioneers of their day—artfully painting out any blemishes or wrinkles and reducing the unsightly flab from legs and waists. The resulting photographs were mass produced and sold to fans as much sought after postcards. Continue »

Beautiful Photos Of Cuba In 1954 That Looks Like A Country Of Freedom

Legendary German photographer Heinrich Heidersberger worked on a cruise ship, the MS Atlantic, in 1954. He took thousands of pictures of Americans sailing from New York to Havana — something Americans haven’t been allowed to do for almost 50 years. Continue »

California’s Failed Utopia

Photographer Chang Kim’s series is about the failed suburban development plan in California City, CA in U.S. that promised “Utopia” but only left bizarre remnants of the fanatic movements that swept the region in 1960s. Continue »