Amazing Portrait Photos Of Iranian Women From Between The 1920s And ’50s

Parisa Damandan (born 1967) is an Iranian photographer and art historian. She received a degree in photography from the University of Tehran. She is the author of Portrait photographs from Isfahan: Faces in transition, 1920-1950, a book illustrating the history of Isfahan in the early 20th century with portrait photographs, which she collected over a period of ten years; the photographs were hard to find because many photo archives in Isfahan had been burned after the enactment of a 1979 law forbidding depictions of unveiled women.

These amazing photos from her collection that show portraits of Iranian women taken from between the 1920s and 1950s. Continue »

Polish People Love Borders So Much That Everyone Has To Own One On Władysławowo Beach

When the summer comes many people just can’t wait to get off all their clothing and soak in the sun. This is why people go to the beach, sunbathe, swim and collectively enjoy summer on crowded beaches. One part of the enjoyment is to show off your body on which you worked so hard, unless, you’re at the Władysławowo Beach in Poland. This is probably the most fenced beach ever, there faces are even more important than a towel. Continue »

See How The Shape Of The ‘Perfect’ Body Has Changed Over The Last 100 Years

Over the last 100 years, the women we consider to be sex symbols have had a huge variety of body shapes. Check out this decade-by-decade description of what people considered to be a “hot body.” Continue »

“Pioneering The Space Frontier” – An Otherworldly Art Of Robert McCall

The works of Robert McCall are a rich tapestry that encompasses more than just the history of space exploration and visions of the future.

First Men on the Moon

McCall is a talent whose depth and richness of spirit are translated into a special invitation. His work invites one to ride on a spectrum of color, brilliance, and imagination-to become part of the twisting kaleidoscope that is our ever-expanding knowledge of the universe. Continue »

Pastry Chef Iven Kawi Creates Amazing Terrarium And Flower Cakes

Jakarta-based pastry chef Iven Kawi says she made her first honest attempt at baking in December of 2013 when she made a batch of Christmas cookies for her daughter’s school. As you can see, things have progressed quite a bit. Kawi now runs a bakery shop out of her home in Lippo Karawaci called Iven Oven where she creates elaborately decorated baked goods. Among her specialties are cakes adorned with terrarium environments where buttercream frosting is sculpted into an abundance of cacti and flower petals atop beds of crumbly sand or dirt. Continue »

‘Shall We Dance’ – Photographer Shawn Danker Captures Dancers On The Streets Around The World

‘Shall We Dance: A Visual Antholog’y is an ongoing site specific art project, created by Shawn Danker, that situates dance in context, dialogue and performance with urban locations. Shawn Danker is a photographer in Singapore who specializes in photojournalism and documentation. Shawn’s work has been featured in Singapore, the Philippines, Japan, France, and Bangladesh. Continue »

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2017 – Unforgettable Animal Behaviour

From basking gharial to stampeding muskoxen, these images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition have been selected for a Natural History Museum book, Unforgettable Behaviour, and offer a unique glimpse into hidden worlds of animal survival and joy

Respect, Kronotsky nature reserve, Russia.

The photographer’s cat, Ryska – her name means little lynx in Russian – stands outside their cabin and with aggressive posturing warns off a fox. In winter, foxes would regularly visit the cabin searching for food. If one peered in at the window, possible when the snow was deep, Ryska would sit on the other side, fur raised, and growl. When outside, she would hold her ground. The foxes were not always frightened and so encounters could be a sort of dance. (Photo by Igor Shpilenok/Unforgettable Behaviour/NHM) Continue »

This Guy Creates Mystical Sculptures Using Wire, Rocks And Crystals

A guy from Kraków, Poland is a musician, in band called Gadabit and he creates sculptures using wire, rocks and crystals in his free time. Recently he made music video in stop motion using some of his wire creatures. Continue »

The Secret Life Of Salvador Dali In Soviet Russia

KGB leaked some new files. They reveal famous Spanish maestro artist Salvador Dali while on his secret visit to USSR. It was no secret the artist had a Russian lover and wife Gala (Elena). She was who took Dali on the trip. Let’s see those leaked files. Continue »

Guy Made A Computer Case Out Of Old Soviet Electronic Parts Looks Magically Cool

This Russian guy has a hobby of making different things from the remainders of old Soviet electronic and electric parts. He deliberately collects different old Soviet switches, buttons, small bulbs and indicators. Here is one of his latest works – a computer case made from all this old Soviet scrap parts. Continue »

Photographer Mike Meyers Captures Melancholic Mood Of Chicago In Dark Photos

Chicago photographer Mike Meyers shot some amazing views of the windy city this winter, capturing unusual ice patterns on Lake Michigan, trains blasting through snow, and skyscrapers swallowed by clouds. Continue »

Artist Joshua Smith Creates Detailed And Miniaturized Buildings

Immensely detailed, phenomenally imagined and compellingly designed sculptures of urban buildings by artist Joshua Smith. Most of the pieces are inspired by the famed Kowloon City and feature posters, trash, leaves and everything else down to the last detail. Continue »

This Photographer Captured 130 Images Showing The Stunning Beauty Of Redheads

Brian Dowling usually works as an entertainment photographer, but after hearing from a friend who’d been bullied for having red hair he took a whole year off and began working on a project to celebrate the beauty of redheads. Over the course of the year, he captured an incredible 130 photographs of women from across 20 different countries. Continue »

Retro DIY Lawnmower Looks Like A Vintage Car

Spring is here and the grass will need to be mowed soon. But if you have this sweet DIY retro mini lawnmower that looks like a vintage automobile, the job will surely be a satisfying one. Continue »

Audi Hires Photographer To Shoot Their $50,000 Car, He Uses $32 Miniature Toy Car Instead

Marketing a car costs big bucks. Unless you hire Felix Hernandez, who doesn’t need an actual car to make the magic happen. Instead, he does it with a $32 toy replica. Continue »