Back In Black: This Rare Indonesian Chicken Is Completely Black From Feathers To Bones


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Ayam Cemani is an uncommon and relatively modern breed of chicken from Indonesia. They have a dominant gene that causes hyperpigmentation (Fibromelanosis), making the chicken entirely black; including feathers, beak, and internal organs. Continue »

Striking Black And White Photos Show The Brutal Lives Of Gun-Toting Depression Era Mobs In America

From cold-blooded murders to running battles with the police, these black-and-white pictures shed light on the brutal lives of gun-toting gangsters during the American Depression. The amazing images show notorious mobsters such as Al Capone who committed violent crimes in their search to get rich quick during the early 1930s. Continue »

Glow-In-The-Dark Underwear Is Exactly What You Need Right Now

Handcrafted by the husband and wife duo Leah and Avery, each piece is cleverly designed to fit well and light up at night. Every item is made by hand on a sewing machine and screen printed with glowing ink. Continue »

You Will Laugh Out Loud At This Seattle Gas Station’s Witty Signs

For over a decade, a Chevron gas station in the Seattle neighborhood of Wallingford has been delighting its residents by displaying funny witticisms on its roadside sign. Once a week, they post a humorous phrase consisting of four lines, with 17 characters per line, to the delight of the entire community. Continue »

Stunning Photographs Show An Adventurer Swimming With Giant Manta Rays At Night


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In her latest daring adventure, Alison Teal (previously featured) set out in the middle of the night to free dive with Manta Rays off the coast of Hawaii. Using only hand held dive lights, Alison dove over 50 feet down being careful never to touch the mantas as they fed off the plankton in the light streams. Continue »

These Funny Photos Show A Rather Annoying Crow Irritating An Eagle


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The crow tirelessly circles the bird of prey and repeatedly lands on his head – much to the crows displeasure. The encounter was spotted by Greaves Henriksen in Tamilnadu, India. The 52-year-old amateur photographer believes the eagle was sitting close to a nest, which the crow was trying to defend. Here: A crow lands on the eagles head much to the eagles displeasure. Continue »

These Images Give A Rare Insight Into The Life Of A 19th Century Indian Maharajah

Maharajah Ram Singh ruled in the famous pink city of Jaipur between 1835 and 1880, and was also a keen photographer. Despite being a child when he ascended to the throne, the Maharajah embraced modern amenities and under his leadership the city became one of the most distinctive in the country.


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He would often roam the streets incognito to observe how state officials were carrying out their work, and was recognised by the British Government, which added four guns to his salute and nominated him as a member of the Viceroy’s Legislative Council. During his reign new water works, gas works, museums and schools were built, and he devoted a lot of his time to capturing the costumes and culture of his people with his then state-of-the-art camera equipment. Here: Portrait of a woman in the harem of the royal palace of Jaipur, India, circa 1857. Continue »

Mesmerizing Before And After Photos Of Drag Transformations

Eryone loves a good before and after, and the drag community is no exception.

#Dragformation is an ongoing project by Australian photographer Aaron Walker, who documents the transformation of the country’s diverse drag community in all its colorful glory. Broadly caught up with him to ask about the thinking behind his big, bold photographic collection. Continue »

Now You Can Look Like A Dutch Masterpiece While You Sleep

Created by Belarusian designer Lesha Limonov, these sleeping eye masks are a response to a call put out by Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum. Known for its wide array of Dutch master paintings, the museum is a mecca for art history lovers. That being said, it only makes sense that they would fund a creative new way to experience famous art. Continue »

An Artist Visualizes The Terrifying, Dystopian Metropolises Of Tomorrow

If you’ve never visualized dystopia, just look around. Visit a mega farm in California, a body of water near an industrial plant, or simply walk around Manhattan and let the rapidly evolving island for the rich, jet-setting class seep into your consciousness. If that doesn’t do the trick, San Francisco-based artist Michael Kerbow is here to take you on a tour of today’s dystopian milieu, and then extrapolate it all into a techno-induced future. Continue »

I’m Siberian: Fabulous White Beaches Of Siberia By Alexey Lovtsov

Alexey Lovtsov is an professional wedding and portrait photographer from Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk, Russia. For his crazy project “I’m Siberian”, Alexey captured beach party with cocktails and volleyball on the frozen lake Baikal in Siberia. Dazzling white ‘sand’, perfect sunshine, blue waves on the horizon, friends, a great mood… and -20C (-4F – fixed xD). Continue »

These Animal Constellation Cookies Are Out Of This World

Pastry chef and author Heather Baird is responsible for these Instagram-famous cookies which integrate art, animals, and baking. After Baird was inspired to read about constellations and the mythology of the galaxy, she took to the kitchen to recreate the sky. She takes animal constellations in particular and turns them into cookies with a decorative Aurora Borealis, marble fondant. Continue »

Colorful Makeup Masterpieces Inspired By Japanese Pop Art

The school Make Up For Ever Academy planned a contest between the students in body art option, which consisted in re-interpreting the artworks of Murakami. These students adapted the pop, kawaii and colorful codes of the artist, through a face painting that goes beyond the simple art of makeup and creates a canvas on a face. The result is bluffing. Discover through Clovis Lalanne’s pictures. Continue »

24 Makeup Transformations That Deserve An Oscar Nomination

When it comes to impressive makeup transformations in Hollywood, these ones are the best of the best. Here: Hugh Keays-Byrne as Immortan Joe in Mad Max: Fury Road. Continue »

Black And White Portrait Photos Of Celebrities Taken By Norman Seeff In The 1970s And 1980s

The legendary Los Angeles-based photographer Norman Seeff has shot candid portraits of everyone from Steve Jobs to Patti Smith, but is perhaps best known for his images of musicians—The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, and Carly Simon, to name a few.

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In the years 1970-1980, Seeff inaugurated his creative sessions with artists and celebrities. His photographs of musicians and actors were often regarded as the defining images of artists at the height of their career. Here’s a selection of 15 amazing black and white photographs taken by Norman Seeff from between the 1970s and 1980s. Continue »