Colorful Photos Of The Latin America’s Interiors From The 1980s And 1990s

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Rafael Goldchain is a well-respected Canadian photographer. He was born in 1953 of Polish-Jewish heritage in Santiago, Chile and educated in Jerusalem, Israel before moving to Toronto. He earned a Master of Fine Arts at York University (2000) and a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Photographic Studies at Ryerson University (1980). Continue »

Beautiful Rare Black And White Photographs Of 20 Year Old Norma Jeane Dougherty (Later Marilyn Monroe) On Malibu Beach In 1946

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Before there was Marilyn Monroe there was a girl named Norma Jeane Dougherty who met André de Dienes in 1945. Together they travelled as lovers taking photographs that would help catapult the cherub-faced redhead into superstardom. Continue »

Designer From Hong Kong Spent A Year-And-A Half To Create The Humanoid Robot, Which Is Definitely Looks Like Scarlett Johansson

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Photo by Bobby Yip / Reuters

According to Clarence Fernandez via Reuters: “Like innumerable children with imaginations fired by animated films, Hong Kong product and graphic designer Ricky Ma grew up watching cartoons featuring the adventures of robots, and dreamt of building his own one day. Unlike most of the others, however, Ma has realized his childhood dream at the age of 42, by successfully constructing a life-sized robot from scratch on the balcony of his home.” Continue »

Breathtaking Aerial Views Of China’s Tulip Fields

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Photo by VCG / VCG via Getty Images

China’s tulip farms are a must-see tourist attraction in the warmer months. The farmers have fun with the flowers, creating intricate designs like swirls, zig-zags and even a ying and yang symbol. The beautiful colors are spectacular from the ground, but look even more magnificent from above. Continue »

Camouflaged Insects: Can You Spot These Masters Of Disguise Playing Hide-And-Seek?

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These tiny insects are so well camouflaged it is nearly impossible to make out their cleverly disguised forms. Canadian photographer and adventurer Paul Bertner attempted to catch the bugs in their natural habitats as part of a hide-and-seek game to show biodiversity in nature. But while Paul, a forester, now finds it easy to pick out the outline of a bug concealed in the undergrowth, he admits that spotting the irregularities in natural patterns that give the insects away is definitely an acquired skill. By using macrophotography techniques, Paul was able to get closeups of the insects and make their shapes visible. Continue »

This Is What Peacock Feathers Look Like Under A Microscope

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Canadian software engineer and photographer Waldo Nell shows us just how fabulous peacock feathers are – even at a microscopic level. Using an Olympus BX 53 microscope, Nell employed a technique called ‘photo stacking’. It involves combining hundreds of pictures taken at different focal points to get an image with a greater depth of field. Continue »

Palestinian Artist Portraits On Cactuses

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Palestinian artist Ahmad Yasin paints on a cactus fruits tree at his house garden in the West Bank village of Aseera Ashmaliya near Nablus. Continue »

“I Asked My Friends Who The Most Beautiful Girl From Their Country Was…”

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Online surveys are an extremely popular way of collecting data today. And one guy, a fan of computer games, used this method in a very intriguing way. He asked his numerous fellow gamers to send him a photo of the most beautiful woman from their country. The response was amazing, as he received loads of pictures featuring famous actresses, models, musicians, public figures, and even a photo of one monarch’s wife — every woman had something beautiful about her. Continue »

Blackout Tattoos Are A Bold New Trend Popping Up Around The World

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“Blackout” tattoos have recently gained attention online as an extreme way to cover up old tattoos. The technique requires an incredible amount of patience and dedication. The technique gained notice recently when artist Chester Lee of Oracle Tattoo shop in Singapore posted a photo of an intense black out piece featuring a delicate, scalloped edge. Continue »

This Duvet Suit Makes Waking Up In The Morning So Much Easier

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These duvet suits combine the comfort of your bed with the practicality of a winter coat and the fashion of a business suit. Created by the Irish hotel chain Jurys Inn, the suits were designed to help sleepy Brits roll out of bed faster in the morning. Continue »

This Tube-Like Netted Structure Lets You Climb Through The Trees

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Numen / For Use, a Croatian-Austrian design collective, were invited by local curatorial team BAU, to participate in the second edition of “Art & Nature”, a spring festival in South Tyrol, Italy. The result of that invitation was this large scale site-specific art project, named Tube Merano. Continue »

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

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Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

Sonya Lee Architect designed the Meow Parlour, which is a cat cafe in New York City, where people get to interact with cats, while they drink their coffee. Continue »

Photographer Creates Inspiring Pictures Showcase The Splendor Of The Natural World, Using People To Highlight The Beauty And Scale Of These Epic Landscapes

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Andrew Ling‘s inspiring photographs showcase the splendor of the natural world, using people to highlight the beauty and scale of these epic landscapes. Each image features a person photographed from hundreds of feet away, seemingly insignificant in comparison to the breathtaking landscape that surrounds them – whether beneath gushing waterfalls, under millions of glittering stars or atop of gigantic cliffs. Continue »

The Secret Lives Of Superheroes – Batman vs Superman

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To celebrate the launch of ‘Batman v Superman’, Colombian graphic artist Fulvio Obregon (previously) has created a new series of illustrations to imagine how superheroes stay fit and healthy during their days off. A sneak peak into their private lives. Continue »

The Day The Earth Stood Still: Post-Apocalypse Worlds Of Michal Karcz

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Art is undoubtedly one of the best ways to take journeys to the places of your fantasy and dreams, and this is exactly what creating photo manipulations is to Michal Karcz. The Polish photographer, a graduate of the High School of Art in Warsaw, couldn’t decide between painting and photography until he discovered the possibilities of digital photography. Continue »