All posts by dmitry

Marvelous Dreamlike Portraits Of Redheads With Red Foxes By Alexandra Bochkareva

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Alexandra Bochkareva is a talented self-taught portrait and fine-art photographer, who’s focuses on sensual portraits of redhead and freckled people. She was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, but currently lives and works in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Alexandra started her photography career in 2012 after she gave birth and found herself with a lot more energy than before. Now she uses her manual helios 77m-4 lens under only natural lighting to create those stunning fairy-tale like photographs. Continue »

Japanese Designer Creates Solar-Powered Coat That Charges Gadgets

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If you’re sick of running out of battery on your smartphone when you need it the most, and don’t mind paying a whopping $2,480 on a coat, you might want to consider getting this solar-powered jacket that can charge your gadgets on the go. Continue »

This Barber Artist Creates 3D Portraits In People’s Hair

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When you go to Rob Ferrel for a haircut, you know you’re in for something really special. The professional hair artist can sculpt logos, designs, patterns and even celebrity faces on a head of hair. He runs his own salon called Rob the Original Barbershop, in San Antonio, where he works his magic every single day. Continue »

Of Course, You Need This 3D Periodic Table Lamp

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The periodic table is a work of art in itself, but putting a generic poster of the elements on your wall is a little uninspired. If you’re looking for a particularly attractive way to display the elements, this Instructables creation is far more appealing. Continue »

Dramatic Underwater Portraits That Are Reflective Of Overcoming Troubles In Artist’s Life

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Cheryl Walsh is an Orange County, California based Underwater Fine Art Photographer. Here: Queen Catrina, Jessica Dru in Fiori Couture and Pendragon Costumes. Continue »

Watch This Artist Draw Doodles To Promote His Favourite Makers In A fun And Creative Way

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According to illustrator Charly Clements: “I’m an English illustrator Charly Clements who sees faces on objects everywhere I go. Armed with my iPad Pro, I’m on a quest to help promote my favourite makers on Instagram in a fun and creative way. Real Life Lines is all about putting ordinary objects into everyday scenarios, exposing them to the pain, distress, and struggles of everyday life.” Continue »

Photographer Andreas Levers Captures The Hazy Glow Of Unpopulated Streets At Night

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Since 2013, photographer Andreas Levers has been photographing solitary landscapes at night, capturing the streets, train platforms, and gas stations that are rarely populated in the late evening hours. Each image is haunted by an eerie glow, scenes dotted by bursts of artificial illumination. The Potsdam-based artist is a media designer by day, whose spare time is spent focusing his camera on the stark architectural elements that surround him. Continue »

An ‘Infinite’ Galaxy Puzzle That Can Be Built In Any Direction

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The team over at Nervous System recently designed this fun Infinite Galaxy Puzzle that tiles continuously in any direction. Pieces from the top can be removed and added to the bottom, and likewise from side to side. So regardless of where you start the puzzle can continue in a seemingly infinite series of patterns. Each puzzle is printed with satellite imagery obtained from NASA and includes a few themed pieces like an astronaut, shuttle, and satellite. Apparently the puzzles were wildly popular and are now available as a pre-order for 2017. Continue »

This Artist Uses Music Sheets To Create Stunning Illustrations

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According to artist Ursula Doughty: “People often ask me ‘Wow, how long have you been drawing? I want to know how long it takes me to get that good at it too…’ well the answer is I’m drawing ever since. I’m 36 years old, mother, teacher and artist. I love art, I love being creative and have taught myself so many creative things and techniques just by doing or trying them. I’m regularly / daily drawing the last two years. That time I started publishing my art on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and got a lot of response and amazing feedback! Working at the boarding school of a famous Austrian boys choir (where you see sheet music almost everywhere) brought me to the idea to draw on sheet music. And as people love and demand sheet music art it seems I will create more of it.” Continue »

This Illuminated Arch Rises Up Out Of The Water And Surrounds A Foot Bridge In Texas

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East Side Collective, a co-working design studio featuring co-founder Tim Derrington and member Wilson Hanks, along with Drophouse Design have recently worked together to create a temporary installation as part of the Waller Creek Conservancy’s “Creek Show“, in Austin, Texas. “Deep Curiosity” is an illuminated arch that rises up out of the water and surrounds a foot bridge over the Waller Creek to create the illusion of a never ending circle that inspires imaginative thought and an appreciation for both the natural and man-made elements found in and around the same area. Continue »

Have A Look Inside The Magical Ice World Of The ICEHOTEL 365

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Located in the Swedish village of Jukkasjarvi, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle and next to the shores of the Torne River, sits the ICEHOTEL. A hotel that’s been built and rebuilt every year since 1989 using ice from the Torne River. This year however, the newly designed ICEHOTEL 365 is being unveiled. The new structure will be a permanent one that remains next to the Torne River all year long with the help of solar powered cooling technology during the summer months. Continue »

Frozen Beauty: The Look Inside Europe’s Largest Glacier

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Photo by Einar Runar Sigurdsson/Mediadrumworld.com

Stunning images have revealed ice-cool British tourists chilling out inside Europe’s largest glacier – despite being at risk of flooding. The spectacular collection of images show the explorers braving the freezing temperatures to climb, photograph and even abseil down the inside of the icy cliff sides. Another image shows one visitor on his knees appearing to pray next to a water fall of melted ice. Other glistening shots show an adventurer trying to keep warm by a fire whose flames dance beautifully against the glossy roof. Continue »

Hot Spring Bath Opens For Japanese Macaques On Hokkaido

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Photo by The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images

Japanese macaques are relaxed in an outdoor hot spring bath at Hakodate Tropical Botanical Garden on December 1, 2016 in Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan. The garden offers the hot spring treatment to macaques until May next year. Continue »

Buddhist Novices Transform Into Princes In Initiation Ceremony

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Photo by Claudio Sieber/Barcroft Images

A young boy shows off his dance moves as the group parades through the town in Mae Hong Son, Thailand, April 2016. Monk initiates ditch normal clothes for princely tunics, full make up and heaps of golden jewels for their ordination into Buddhist monkhood. Continue »

Surreal Animal Hybrid Tattoos Look Like Quirky Sketchbook Drawings

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Italian-born, London-based illustrator and tattoo artist Otto D’Ambra is known for his avant-garde style, which primarily depicts hybrid animals combined with illustrations seemingly plucked from Boardwalk Empire. D’Ambra is a multi-faceted artist, who began his career as a set designer and evolved over time into body art and etching. In 2012, he opened The White Elephant Studio in London as a creative base for artists. Continue »