How To Go All Out For Halloween Without Decorating Your House

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Don’t want to decorate your house, but still want to decorate for Halloween? This is how it’s done. Continue »

German Swat Team Members Get Chain Mail Like Anti-Knife Equipment

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German police officers have been dealing with an increasing number of knife attack incidents with refugees. In order to prepare for the attacks the SWAT team have been wearing chain mail like equipment to protect themselves. Continue »

Breathtaking Minimalist Tattoos By A Korean Artist

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When it comes to tattoos, sometimes it’s just better to keep things simple. Continue »

This Is Europe’s Most Expensive Home

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Pierre Cardin, creator of the famous Bubble Dress in 1958, purchased this home, known as Le Palais Bulles in the early 1990s and now it’s listed for around $456 million, and it’s Europe’s most expensive home. The house is made up of many bubbles and is located on a cliff over the Mediterranean, it comes with a garden, swimming pool, and a 500-seat, open-air auditorium. Continue »

Funny Cartoons From The New Yorker That Will Definitely Crack You Up

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The New Yorker is known for showcasing some of the funniest satirical illustrations in print today, and these are some of the best ones. Continue »

A Group Of Artists Unveil A Mural Celebrating 250 Years Of Literary History

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The Graphic History Company and Machete UK today unveiled The Author Mural commissioned to celebrate nearly 250 years of literary history at Hachette UK’s landmark London building, Carmelite House, on the north bank of the Thames. The mural features the names of prominent authors published by Hachette UK from the foundation of the group’s oldest publishing house, John Murray, in 1768, to the present day, including Charles Darwin, Jane Austen, Bram Stoker, Vladimir Nabokov, Enid Blyton, Daphne du Maurier, Nelson Mandela, J. M. Barrie, Goscinny & Uderzo, JK Rowling and Malala Yousafzai. It also features Nobel and literary award winning authors and key moments in the history of the company, such as the notorious burning of Lord Byron’s scandalous memoirs in 1824. Continue »

Before The Photoshop: Headless Portraits From The 19th Century

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The 19th century is generally remembered as a time of science and technology, when the ideas of Charles Darwin and the telegraph of Samuel Morse changed the world forever. However there was a lighter side to the Victorian era. A number of Victorian photographers combined images from more than one negative to create illusions or novelty portraits. “Headless Photographs” featured men and women with “their heads floating in the air or in their laps”. Continue »

These Photos Of Surf City Surfing Dogs Will Make Your Day

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Photo by Mark Ralston/AFP Photo

Waves were pounding the shore and dogs were flying, but despite the big swell that showed up for this year’s Surf City Surf Dog contest, tails were wagging. The event brought 68 surfing dogs Sunday to Huntington Beach. The contest, now in its eighth year, not only shows off canine surf skills but also raises funds for nonprofit rescue groups. Continue »

This Wall Clock Changes Shape When You Walk Around It

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Inspired by motion capture techniques used in movies such as Lord Of The Rings and Avatar, designer J.P. Meulendijks has created a wall clock for Plankton, that appears to change shape when looked at from different angles. When you have a closer look, you can see that the numbers on the clock face area made up of little white balls that ‘float’ at different heights. When you move around the clock, for example side to side, the numbers dissolve and transform into different shapes resulting in an optical illusion, and making the clock appear more as a piece of art than a device to tell time. Continue »

Artist Turns Lovable Cartoon Characters Into Terrifying Monsters

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Swedish tattoo artist Dennis Carlsson is responsible for these terrifying reinterpretations of beloved cartoon characters. Painted in Photoshop, he turns lovable characters like Pikachu, Winnie the Pooh, and Totoro into grotesque abominations. These illustrations are truly the stuff of nightmares. Continue »

Minimalist Tattoos By Irina Irchey And Eugenia Vorobej Beautifully Blends Geometry With Nature

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Russia-based artists Irina Irchey and Eugenia Vorobej from “Mama Budet Rugat” studio creates beautiful minimal tattoos. Using their delicate touch, girls duo blends together the graceful figures of nature and geometry, resulting in unique tattoos. Sometimes the artists even infuses the thinly-lined tattoos with vibrant colors which makes them look something like watercolor paintings. Continue »

US Soldiers Used Special Boots During The Vietnam War

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The US Army’s experimental “barefoot boot” was designed to leave the imprint of native feet by Special Forces patrol members. Continue »

These Photos From An Abandoned Doll Factory Will Fuel All Of Your Nightmares

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Urban explorer and photographer Nacho Labrador from Territorio Abandonado decided to explore an abandoned doll factory and he captured some of the creepiest photos you’re ever going to see. Continue »

This German Artist Creates Cartoons And Comic Series About Travel Adventures And Cultural Discoveries

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Mr. Fopa is a comic series about travel adventures and cultural discoveries centred around a friendly and native German artist Katarina Harth, who is fascinated with diverse cultures and places around the world. Accompanied by Max, a cowardly sausage dog that finds exploring the wide world terrifying, but faces his fear to back up his best friend’s adventures. Continue »

Human Living Statues Contest In Buenos Aires

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Hugo Falcon portraying “El Angel Magico” (The Magic Angel) takes part in a human living statues contest in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 24, 2016. (Photo by Enrique Marcarian/Reuters) Continue »