9 Painfully True SEX-Pectations Vs Reality

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Loryn Brantz is a two-time Emmy Award-winning illustrator and design professional. Her client list includes HarperCollins, PBS, and Facebook. She is also an award-winning children’s book author and earned the 2010 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award for Best First Picture Book for Harvey the Child Mime. Loryn is currently on staff at BuzzFeed writing and illustrating about stuff and things. Continue »

Child Prodigy Aged 13 Creates The Most Amazing Nature-Inspired Drawings You’ve Ever Seen

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While most kids at the age of 13 can hardly draw anything, this Kid’s drawings will astound you. Dušan Krtolica, a 13-year-old child prodigy from Belgrade, Serbia has been making art since he was 2 years old. By the time he was 8 he had already had two national solo exhibitions, and he has since had two more to display his amazing drawings.

He’s work is slowly gaining popularity all over the world. So you better remember this little chubby and charming young boy’s name. Continue »

An Artist Found This Branch Lying On The Side Of The Road, And Made It Into Shelves

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Sebastian Errazuriz’s one-of-a-kind shelving unit called Bilbao proves that inspiration can come from simply stepping outside your front door. Created using a found tree branch, the artist retrieved the fallen limb from a Santiago street and took it back to his workshop. There, he twisted, turned, and readapted it, allowing the giant branch to hug a flat wall and live its new life as an unconventional shelf. Continue »

Artist Has Turned An Old Ford Falcon Into A Tank-Shaped Traveling Library

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In celebration of world book day on 5th march, 7UP has teamed up with Buenos Aires-based artist Raul Lemesoff in the creation of ‘weapons of mass instruction’, a traveling library that tours Argentina in the shape of a tank. Continue »

Photographer’s Girlfriend Hates Pictures, So They Came Up With This Adorable Solution

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Mikaël Theimer is a dedicated photographer. He is currently dating Marion Munez who hates having her picture taken. Unfortunately for Marion, she is Mikaël’s favorite model. Continue »

The Illuminati Surrealist Ball: Extraordinarily Odd Photographs From A Rothschild Party In 1972

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It’s December 12 1972, the night at which Marie-Hélène de Rothschild held her famous Surrealist Ball at Ferrières. As you can probably guess by her surname, she was a member of the ultra-wealthy Rothschild banking family. Few made the guest-list but if you did, it was the ultimate seal of approval from Parisian high-society. Continue »

Thousands Of Military Bunkers In Switzerland Have Been Transformed Into Hotels, Data Centers And Museums

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A view shows the restaurant at the Hotel La Claustra in a former Swiss army bunker on the St. Gotthard mountain pass, Switzerland August 8, 2014. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. (Photo by Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters)
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Forget Harry Potter And Platform 9¾ – This Train Station In Japan Only Has One Passenger

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The Kami-Shirataki train station is located in Japan’s north island of Hokkaido, three years ago due to its remote location and ending of freight trains, the Japan Railway decided to close it down. Continue »

Sparkling City Of Moscow Celebrates Orthodox Christmas In A Magical Flurry Of Snow And Light

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Photographer Kristina Makeeva masterfully uses her camera to capture the magic of Moscow during the winter season. On January 7th, she continued to do so while celebrating Orthodox Christmas—not by going to church, but by visiting Russia’s iconic sites to reflect on her country’s beauty and history. At Moscow’s Red Square, Kremlin, and the locations of many spectacular light displays, Makeeva engaged with these dreamy settings filled with a flurry of bright lights and colorful energy. Continue »

Why Paint Cats: The Ethics Of Feline Aesthetics

Why did a woman in California pay an artist $5,000 to paint her cat to look like a pig? What made a New York stockbroker spend even more than that to have the image of Charlie Chaplin painted on his cat’s posterior? ‘Why Paint Cats’ reveals that, far from being an amusement for the idle rich, this seemingly aberrant behavior is part of a new art movement that claims to promote a better understanding of the cats in our lives. Continue »

This Fascinating Photo Project Shows How Much Family Means To Every Single One Of Us

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Family is the most precious thing people have. Michele Crowe, an American photographer, shows in her photo project just how different and varied families across the globe can be. At the same time, though, families are very much alike in the love that is shared within them. Here’s a look at families from all over the world. Continue »

Canal Saint-Martin In Paris Reveals Its Secrets

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Paris authorities began draining the Canal Saint-Martin, a popular waterway that attracts tourists and revelers in the French capital’s trendy northeastern 10th arrondissement, for the first time in 14 years, Paris, January 5, 2016. (Photo by Christophe Geyres/SIPA Press/Newscom)
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Badass Cat Proves He’s The True Owner Of This Supermarket In London

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According to Bored Panda, cats go where they want and do what they want. In the case of one kitty in London, it means going to a supermarket. This cat was first spotted in November while parading around in Sainsbury’s in Brockley. Later on identified as Olly Oliver, this six-year-old had been removed from the premises by store security. But seeing how cats have no fear of laws of man or God (and they’re highly suspicious of this “physics” thing), he’s at it again. Continue »

Feminist Artist Launches Silk Scarves Made From Images Of Her Own Vagina

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What does a provocative feminist artist do after livestreaming images from the inside of her vagina? If you’re Christen Clifford, you take those images, put them on a pink scarf, and market them as the “Pussy Bow.” Continue »

These Action Shots Show Talented Athletes Practicing Yoga Poses In Iconic City Locations

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The amazing snaps were taken by photographer Kristina Kashtanova at urban street locations in the UK and New York. The talented yogis are seen striking mind-boggling poses in the most unusual settings. Continue »