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A Talented Body Painter Has Created A Series Of Mind-Bending Illusions That Cover Entire Torsos

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Natalie Fletcher’s work are enough to make people double-take, the spiraling patterns of some appearing to fade into the abyss. In other works, the artists designs look as though they are never ending, while some show body parts appearing to protrude from models chests. The idea behind the ongoing series came to Natalie as a means of keeping entertained during the winter months. Continue »

Normal People Vs Me: 9 Amusingly Truthful Comic Strips

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We all have our own «weird stuff» that we have to deal with on a daily basis. And that’s super cool because that’s what makes us human. You know the kind of things we’re talking about; some people refuse to eat unless they have a knife, some people have a fear of looking into a mirror in a dark room, others avoid stepping on sidewalk cracks — all these quirks are common, and we all have them. Do you recognize yourself in any of these joyful illustrations? Continue »

These Photo Portraits Of People Watching Porn Are Funny, Sweet And Very Awkward

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Last week, we looked at a project from a Brazilian photographer who invited friends over and took their photos after one, two and three glasses of wine. That seemed like a fun exercise in shedding inhibitions. This week, we’re featuring a project from Trinidadian-born, New York City-based photographer Patrick Struys that was surely a lot more awkward for the people involved. Continue »

Prisoners Draw Portraits Of Rich And Famous People Who Really Belong In Jail

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For over a year, Jeff Greenspan and Andrew Tider asked prison inmates to draw portraits of CEOs, executives and other powerful people who committed crimes against the environment, economy and society and yet haven’t served any time. The powerful project is called “Captured: People in Prison Drawing People Who Should Be.” Alongside the portraits, “Captured” lists the crimes perpetrated by the pictured and the artist. Continue »

Homeless Dog Found In Garbage Becomes A Lion He Deserves To Be

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When German photographer Julia Marie Werner found a scruffy homeless dog hunting for scraps of food in her garage in Spain, she fell in love with him immediately. While other people saw nothing but a homeless mutt, she saw a brave little lion, and she now wants the world to share her vision with this heartwarming series of photographs. Continue »

Pac-Man Suit Takes A Bite Out Of Corporate Fashion

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Opposuits are the unique reply to stuffy office fashion. Founded in 2010, the company provides memorable, stylishly cut, polyester suits for just 99 USD. Need a Jack-O-Lantern suit for Halloween? Opposuits has you covered. Or what about a Pac-Man suit, for that solo night at the bar? Continue »

This Artist Adds Monsters To Everyday Life To Make It More Fun

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Jasper is an animator, designer, illustrator, creative and art director with over 10 years experience working across feature films, television series, advertising, music videos and branded content. Continue »

This Daredevil Diver Discovered A New River… Under Water

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Anatoly Beloshchin is a professional diver and photographer. Recently he traveled to Mexico, and dove in the Cenote Angelita. Another name for a cenote is a sinkhole, and it’s formed by the collapse of cave walls. The floor of these natural wells is usually covered with water. An interesting fact is that cenotes are mostly found in Mexico. When diving, Anatoly managed to take photos of a truly unique natural phenomenon: an underwater river. Continue »

“Back To The Future”: Amazing Then And Now Portrait Photography By Irina Werning

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Pancho 1983 & 2010, Buenos Aires

Irina Werning is a photographer who loves to look at other peoples’ old photographs. Instead of just admiring the photos, she wonders how people would feel and look if they were to reenact the same photos today. Continue »

MS Hamen: Haunting Ghost Ship Of The Norwegian Fjords

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The Scandinavian Peninsula is one of the most breathtaking landscapes of Northern Europe, and the Norwegian fjords, carved out by millions of years of coastal erosion, are among the most mysterious and naturally beautiful features of the region. History abounds in these narrow, steep-sided inlets, which wind like great arteries around the coastlines of Norway and neighbouring Sweden, concealing the secrets of years gone by. It was on the Swedish side of one of those countless fjords that the then 60-year-old hulk of the cargo ship MS Hamen rusted quietly beneath the tree-lined cliffs, before finally being rescued. Continue »

An Epic Poem, Assembled From Fragments Of Everyday Life In Soviet Lithuania Through The Lens Of Photograher Antanas Sutkus

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Blind Pioneer, 1962

Rebelling against political propaganda, acclaimed photographer Antanas Sutkus embarked on a life-long journey to capture the everyday scenes around him. Antanas Sutkus, born in 1939, studied journalism at Vilnius University in the late 1950s before becoming disillusioned by the confines of the Soviet-controlled press. He began taking photographs instead, and soon co-founded the Lithuanian Association of Art Photographers. Continue »

“System Failure”: Controversial Illustrations By Polish Artist Mirror The Ugly Side Of World Economy And Modern Society

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This is the kind of thing we love to see in the morning; really well-composed, surreal mastery. Polish artist Igor Morski not only takes a figurative, photoreal approach, he creates the kind of fantastical situations and scenes that only the most peculiar of minds can really create. Quiles gets down and dirty with topics like modern society breakdown, world economy crysis and devaluation of attitudes. He’s got more powerful works spread across his various profiles, but not all of it is safe for work (NSFW) or suitable for minors, so be warned! Continue »

“Secret Window, Secret Beach”: The Desk Areas In This Home Have Little Windows To Distract You With Views Of The Beach

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Photography by Moris Moreno

When Traction Architecture were designing this beachfront home in Anna Maria, Florida, they included little wood-framed windows in two of the desk areas, that perfectly frame the view of the beach, allowing you to daydream when you should be working or studying. Continue »

12 Easy Ways To Help Your Children Understand Math

Everyone, snacks on the table!
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FrugalFun4Boys

This kind of math exercise will make any kid happy. Prepare some sheets of paper with different numbers of circles on them and count together with the help of candy. Which, by the way, can be replaced by anything your child loves — berries, fruit, or crunchy crackers. Continue »

Amazing Kodachrome Snapshots Of Beaches In The U.S In The 1950s-60s

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These amazing color snapshots show people at the beaches in the US from between 1950s to 1960s. Continue »