The Red Lights Of Parisian Cafés: Dark And Gloomy Photos That Will Fill You With Trepedation

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With his series entitled Red Lights, the French photographer Blaise Arnold decided to document the red lights of Parisian cafes through dark and haunting photographs. Blaise Arnold captures unadorned the storefronts of cafes in Paris, Saint-Denis or Nanterre, illuminating the deserted streets like beacons in the night. Continue »

‘Game Of Thrones’ Characters From The 80s And 90s

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You’ve probably been wondering what ‘Game of Thrones’ would look like if it took place in the 80’s. We mean, who hasn’t? Finally, you can put this question to rest thanks to Mike Wrobel. The graphic designer just put together these seriously cool renditions of some of the characters if they lived in the 80’s or early 90’s. Jon Snow is a Nirvana fan and Joffrey carries a Nintendo gun in his pants. Obviously. Continue »

Superb Yamaha Swan-Like Scooter With Insect Wings Will Make You Feel Like Flying

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Now you can literally fly while you are on the road. With the new Yamaha 04 GEN Scooter, there is no need to board a plane, make a parachute jump or paraglide to feel the air beneath your wings. This concept scooter is designed to look as graceful as a swan, with side wings that open up in the shape of the thin see-through insect wings. Let us see how will the concept scooter look like when it hits the stores – will we feel as elegant as a swan and as fast as a wasp? Continue »

Woman Hilariously Recreates More Ridiculous Instagram Photos Posted By Celebs

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Last year, we featured Australian comedian Celeste Barber’s comical recreations of absurd Instagram photos posted by celebrities. What began as a joke has now turned into a full-fledged series that has strangers sending in requests for specific images of superstars to be remade. View highlights of her latest additions below and stay updated via her Instagram account. Continue »

Disney Artist Inserts Beloved Characters Into Old, Traditional Japanese Photos

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Disney artist John Ramirez inserts Disney and other inspired characters into traditional Japanese pictures and scenes, turning them into surreal worlds from the 19th and 20th century. Continue »

Solar Impulse Resumes Its Round-The-World Flight

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Solar Impulse 2, a solar-powered plane piloted by Bertrand Piccard of Switzerland, flies over the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, California, U.S. April 23, 2016, before landing on Moffett Airfield following a 62-hour flight from Hawaii. (Photo by Jean Revillard/Reuters/Solar Impulse) Continue »

Expressive Photos Of The Pillow Fight In Kiev, Ukraine

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Photo by Roman Pilipey / EPA

Ukrainian teenagers hit each other with pillows during a large pillow fight in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, 24 April 2016. About hundred people took part in the event “Pillow battle 2016” in Kiev. Continue »

Sony World Photography Awards 2016 Winners

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Professional environment category winner. Eagle Hunters of Western China, by Kevin Frayer, Canada. The training and handling of large birds of prey follows a strict set of ancient rules that Kazakh eagle hunters are preserving for future generations in the mountainous region of western China that borders Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images) Continue »

What Russian Empire Looked Like Before 1917… In Color

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The Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii Collection features color photographic surveys of the vast Russian Empire made between ca. 1905 and 1915. Frequent subjects among the 2,607 distinct images include people, religious architecture, historic sites, industry and agriculture, public works construction, scenes along water and railway transportation routes, and views of villages and cities. An active photographer and scientist, Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944) undertook most of his ambitious color documentary project from 1909 to 1915. The Library of Congress purchased the collection from the photographer’s sons in 1948. Continue »

The Buddha-Bot: Chinese Temple Enlists Mini Monk Robot To Boost Teachings

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Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon / Reuters

According to Joseph Campbell via Reuters: “A Buddhist temple on the outskirts of Beijing has decided to ditch traditional ways and use technology to attract followers. Longquan temple says it has developed a robot monk that can chant Buddhist mantras, move via voice command, and hold a simple conversation. Continue »

Designer Transforms A Boeing 737 Jet Engine Into A Massive Chair

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UK-based furniture design company Fallen Furniture, have created a huge chair out of a BOEING 737 Engine Cowling. Looking like it belongs in some type of futuristic setting, this over-sized chair, is a pure attention seeker. The chair, which can actually spin on its base, has a highly polished exterior shell, and a dark luxurious leather interior. Continue »

Colorful Lines, Inspired By The London Underground, Will Lead You To Classrooms At This Language School

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Architect Emil Dervish, has designed the Underhub language school, in Kiev, Ukraine. When designing the space, he was inspired by the London Underground, and wanted to re-create the atmosphere, with the use of bold colorful lines. Continue »

Dangerously Charming: The Superb Digital Art Of Steven Stahlberg

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Steven Stahlberg is a world renowned digital artist who works in both 2d and 3d to create astonishing fantasy themed images and paintings. His specialty has got to be his understanding of the female form and the incredibly beautiful women that feature in his artwork and illustrations. Steven has been a freelance artist and illustrator for over 27 years and he was very much ahead of the curve in his use of 3d character models in his artwork and creations. Continue »

Russian Illustrator Reimagines Different Coffees As Cats

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So you’ve been drinking your coffee wrong this whole time. Russian illustrator Elena Efremova, for example, not only drinks her coffee, she depicts its flavor by drawing cats with it! Purrfection. Continue »

Negative Space Inspired Interiors By Mungo Thomson

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Mungo Thomson is a contemporary visual concept artist from Los Angeles. His work can be described as simple but fascinating. His interest in what he calls ‘the dumb idea’, something simple but interesting, makes his art so special. Continue »