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Everyday Is Hump Day For The Photographer Fedor Shmidt

Russian photographer Fedor Shmidt is one of the best photographers in the world, and he might also have the best jobs in the world. Models line up to shoot with Fedor and he looks like he enjoys the company. Slightly NSFW. Continue »

A $49 Milllion Miniature Megacity Being Recreated In A 49,000-Square-Foot Exhibit Space In NYC

Times Square in New York

Timothy A. Clary/AFP Photo

A group of artists have created a new 49,000-square-foot exhibit of 300 miniature scenes of landmarks and towns from 50 countries around the world. Called Gulliver’s Gate, the exhibit features everything from a tiny replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa to one of the Beatles strutting across Abbey Road. The $40 million exhibit, which opened in a 49,000-square-foot exhibit space in Times Square on April 6, will be on display until December 30. Continue »

Redheads Of Czech Republic In A Photo Shoot That Will Make You Dye Hair Red

We are all aware of jokes that ginger people have to deal with in life, don’t we? Like “they have no soul” and stuff from “South Park” cartoon where they don’t have it easy. Some of you are gingers by birth and because of you, Czech photographer Karolina Ryvolová and make-up artist Veronika Lukešová created a project “Redhead calendar 2016”. They picked their Czech models and shown us all the beauty of being a redhead. In fact photos are so good you will probably be jealous you’re not a natural ginger after seeing this. These articles might even boost “natural” redhead hair dye sales, that’s how good this photo shoot was. Continue »

Stunning Concept Art From The Video Game The Witcher 3 By CD Projekt Red

Established in 2002, located in Warsaw and Kraków, Poland, CD PROJEKT RED was born out of raw passion to video games. The studio’s founders: Michał Kiciński and Marcin Iwiński, both pioneers in video game distribution in Poland in the 90s, decided to employ their gaming industry experience in video game development. Hence, in 2007, The Witcher was born. Continue »

1970s Macho Male Models & Their Rarely-Clothed Fawning Ladies

Let’s just say it was a thing in the 1970s for men’s fashion spreads in magazines to feature an ultra-macho male being pawed by a nude or semi-nude female. They left no room to wonder if this guy was a genuine 100% stud – it was crystal clear from the naked chick fawning over him that this dude was a sexual dynamo, and by association, his clothing was a must-have for any aspiring 70s swinger. And it wasn’t just Penthouse and Playboy that produced these testosterone-drenched fashion spreads; GQ, Esquire featured their fair share. So, let’s have a look at a few. But be prepared – the manliness can be overwhelming. Continue »

Gods Of Egypt Movie Before And After Special Effects

Awesome special effects from God of Egypt movie! The survival of mankind hangs in the balance when Set (Gerard Butler), the merciless god of darkness, usurps Egypt’s throne and plunges the prosperous empire into chaos and conflict. Hoping to save the world and rescue his true love, a defiant mortal named Bek (Brenton Thwaites) forms an unlikely alliance with the powerful god Horus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau). Their battle against Set and his henchmen takes them into the afterlife and across the heavens for an epic confrontation. Continue »

These Close-Ups Of Snails In A Rainstorm Are Beautiful

Photographer Suren Manvelyan has become well-known online for his amazing close-ups of eyes and his projects on Behance are some of the most popular ever featured on the site. In a series entitled ‘Weather survivors‘, Manvelyan captured some remarkably crisp close-ups of snails in a torrential rainstorm. Continue »

Unicorn Being A Jerk

Mystical, gentle, magical… as if. You’ve obviously neverseen a unicorn in his natural habitat—those guys are jerks. Cartoonist C. W. Moss reveals the less-than-wonderful side of the world’s most wondrouscreature in his hilarious series of single panel comics, “Unicorn Being A Jerk”. Readers of Moss’s online strip will love thesignificantly expanded book, which features what Moss describes as “a wholebunch of new illustrations.” Continue »

“Jennifer, Will You Marry Me?” A Marriage Proposal On Telephone Poles Turns Sour

A mystery woman called Jennifer has become the talk of the town in Bigola, NSW, Australia, after a series of signs appeared on telephone poles along Barrenjoey Rd, the busiest road in the area. Continue »

Albino Twins From Brazil Are Challenging The Fashion Industry With Their Unique Beauty


Vinicius Terranov

Lara and Mara Bawar are not your average supermodels, but their striking appearance is sending shockwaves through the fashion industry. The 11-year-old twins from São Paulo, Brazil, have albinism, a condition that causes a lack of skin and hair pigment, and they embrace it to the fullest. Continue »

Dad Creates A Springtime Pregnancy Photoshoot Parody

Francisco Pérez, a father-of-two, decided to create a gallery showing the beauty of full-figured dad recreating the whimsical, earth-mother style of traditional maternity shoots. The shoot was also a favour to friend and photographer Martyn Wilkes who was looking for a creative way to showcase his maternity work. Continue »

Artefacts Of The Dark Ages: The Post-Apocalyptic Worlds Of Nikita Postupkin

I recently discovered yet another amazing digital artist. His name is Nikita Postupkin. In a stunning series of dark illustrations, this Russian artist has created an intensely atmospheric vision of the “end of days.” Just enjoy! Continue »

The Graphic Designer Reworking Fashion’s Most Iconic Logos

Things are taking a rather different turn in the hands of Reilly, a London-based, Scottish-born graphic designer and art director who for several years now, has been toying cheerily with the logos which we see day in, day out – reworking them with fashion’s greatest mainstays. Continue »

Japanese Artist Transforms Old Newspapers Into Expressive Creatures

Spirited monkeys, inquisitive rabbits, placid walruses, and other species come to life in Chie Hitotsuyama’s studio. Working with glue and twisted rolls of newspaper, the Tokyo-based artist crafts three-dimensional portraits of animals that are full of personality. Continue »

Crocheted Food Art By Kate Jenkins

Artist Kate Jenkins makes elaborate crocheted food art in her studio in Brighton. Much of her art depicts the local fare—fish and chips, bangers and mash, and so on—but a recent series, “Kate’s Diner,” focused on classic American food. We previously posted about Jenkins’ crocheted anatomical hearts. Continue »