Superb Honda SuperSport Eden By Bandit9 Motorcycles

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Known as the Eden, these bikes are the brainchildren of Philippine-born Daryl Villanueva, the creator of Bandit9 Motorcycles in Vietnam. And as an engineer and mechanic, Daryl focuses on building such after-market futuristic motorcycles for riders who share his vision. This bike, in particular, is built off a Honda SuperSport, hosting a 125cc engine that appears to seamlessly suspend itself absent the subframe. Continue »

Mattia Passarini Creates Powerful Portraits Of People Living in Remote Places

Mattia Passarini is a talented freelance portrait photographer from Italy, who based in China since 2006. He is focused in photographing the remote corners of the globe and the cultures that inhabit them. His passion in capturing disappearing cultures, ancient rituals, and everyday life leads him to travel to the most neglected countryside areas. Mattia’s works are exhibited in museums, galleries, and photography festivals around the world.

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Yali who live in the west papua Indonesia, is a major tribal group living in a very isoleted and inaccessible area of Jayawiijaya mountains east of Baliem Valley, which is also known as the Yalimo.

Diversity of cultures is the differences that exist between factors around the world. There are traditions and cultures that have survived for thousand of years and now, in just one generation everything can disappear. I feel lucky to be one of the people that can still see and experience these diversity. Continue »

University Of Cambridge Athletes Strip Off For A Charity Calendar

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Photo by Anthony Rubinstein/Bav Media

Sportsmen and women of University of Cambridge have been photographed naked in other to raise funds for a charity calendar. The sport teams, which include swimming, hockey and football, saw the undergraduates posed naked for photos around the historical city of Cambridge Continue »

Philippe Echaroux Created The World’s First Street Art In The Amazonian Rainforest

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Philippe Echaroux created this Street Art 2.0, a way of doing street art that replaces bomb sprays by technology. He just realized the world’s first art form of this kind deep down the rainforest with the Surui Tribe. The Artist wants to illustrate that when we cut down a tree, it’s like taking down a man. Continue »

A Series Of Photos Show The Frogs Hitched A Lift On A Passing Crocodile

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Photo by Tanto Yensen/Media Drum World Photo Agency

A group of frogs hitched a lift on a passing crocodile. The multi-coloured group of five amphibians appeared to thumb down a passing croc after getting tired on a long hop. Continue »

Hyperrealistic Composites And Surreal Digital Manipulations By Adrian Sommeling

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Adrian Sommeling is a talented 49-year-old photographer, digital artist, graphic designer and web developer based in The Hague, Netherlands. Adrian uses Photoshop to create pictures out of surreal situations, his son frequently being the main character of the scene. He’s been drawing and painting since he was four years old, and owned a graphic design/advertising agency for almost 20 years. Adrian says that kids are the biggest inspiration for him. When he sees his son’s antics, he certainly remembers his childhood and he wants to share these stories. Continue »

Twisted Affair: This Craftsman From Massachusetts Creates Distinctive Wooden Things

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The Timberturner/Bowlwood shop is owned by Ray Asselin and located in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts, a Connecticut River Valley area of New England that’s richly endowed with history and hardwood forests. It’s right at the transition line between the Southern Oak/Hickory forest and the Northern Hardwood forest. Continue »

Superb Futurisic Car Concepts Of The 1970-80s

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Today we can speculate that the abundance of bizarre futuristic concept car designs in late 1970s can be attributed to high popularity of science fiction esthetic in general. And as we cast our ever-curious eye on best examples of European concept cars from these heady Sci-Fi-permeated years, we are especially struck by work of Italian design houses like Bertone, and wild experimentation of Citroen. Continue »

Brilliant Automotive Photography By Daniel Cali

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Daniel Cali is a talented Australian automotive designer and digital artist, who was born in Melbourne and currently lives and works there. Daniel studied automotive design at Monash University. His artwork is a mix of photography and digital montage, with cars rendered by hand. Cali is highly influenced by mid-century design for classic cars and design that complement a modern day lifestyle. Continue »

Mesmerizing DIY Floar Curtains

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Photo by Ivan Solis

According to an author: “This DIY is a reduce, reuse, recycle project at it’s best. Remember our beloved floral christmas tree? After a few months of looking at all those flowers and thinking about the good ole days we finally figured out a way to repurpose them so they could be on display in the studio all year.” Continue »

Beautiful Photos Of Vietnamese Street Vendors From Above

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Photo by Loes Heerink/The Guardian

Photographer Loes Heerink spent hours waiting on bridges in Hanoi to capture the street vendors who walked underneath. She recently launched a Kickstarter project to publish a book of these images. Continue »

Hanging Animal Chairs Let You Sit In The Mouths Of Deadly Predators

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Jonah asked God to rescue him from the belly of a whale probably because it wasn’t very comfortable inside, but Jonah definitely wouldn’t complain about sitting in the mouth of one of these hanging chairs. Designed by Porky Hefer from Cape Town, South Africa, his chairs resemble various creatures. “Monstera Deliciosa” is the name of the project. Continue »

Stunning Color Photos Captured The Life At Beaches Of Chile In The 1980s

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Here are stunning color photos taken by photographer Don Terpstra that documented the life at Renaca beach, Chile in the 1980s. Continue »

This Organiser Will Reveal A Collection Of The Most Frequent Searches Made Using The Google Search

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For each week of 2017, this personal organiser will reveal a collection of some of the most frequent searches made using the world’s most popular search engine. Often silly or surprising, these searches offer insight into other people’s lives, reflecting the concerns of our society. Continue »

Custom Spectacles Craftsman From Chicago Re-Invents The Frame With Light-Reflecting Eyewear

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Since 2005, Scott Urban has been creating bespoke wooden eyeglasses for clients all over the world. Now, his latest mission is to make eyewear shine — literally. He is calling them Reflectacles and they work by borrowing the same highly reflective technology used on road signs. Reflectacles improve night visibility for bicyclists and pedestrians, while they also provide facial-privacy from the highly invasive camera-phone culture. If his past work is any indication, Reflectacles will be made with the highest attention to detail. I would know; I own a pair of Scott’s expertly crafted wood spectacles. Continue »