Fantastic Pictures of Underwater Pole Dancing

Photographer Brett Stanley captured the beauty and talent of underwater pole dancers as they gracefully danced in the water. (Photo by Brett Stanley/Caters News)

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Products of The Day #297

The Hemingwrite is a minimalist digital typewriter for distraction free writing composition. It combines the simplicity of a typewriter with modern technology like an electronic paper screen and cloud backups to create the best possible writing experience.

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Oymyakon, the Coldest Village on Earth

A local woman enters Preobrazhensky Cathedral in a swirl of freezing mist in the city of Yakutsk, Russia, considered to be the coldest city in the world, January 2014. (Photo by Amos Chapple/REX Features)

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Loi Krathong Festival in Thailand

We are all drawn to fire, entranced by its beauty and ferociousness. Its brilliance draws us in like moths to a candle flame. Thus, many of the celebrations that humans have involve lighting fires. They can be big or small; there could be many little lights or one giant inferno; they may float on water, burn on land, or rise high into the skies. Loi Krathong is a festival that is held each year in Thailand and a number of other places. During this festival thousands of little fires are lighted, presenting a marvelous sight for all the onlookers. It is believed that this tradition is an adaptation of Brahmanical festival, which was adopted by Thai Buddhists to honor Buddha.

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Mystery Abandoned Hospital in Perrysburg, New York

These chilling images prove there is no sign of life at this abandoned tuberculosis treatment hospital. Johnny Joo, 24, captured the eerie shots of the desolate TB ward, in Perrysburg, New York. Where equipment lies gathering rust and walls are left crumbling. The photojournalist, from Cleveland, Ohio, stumbled upon the facility, which shut its doors in 1995, before shooting what remains of the historic site. Johnny said the facility, named after Buffalo Mayor James Nobel Adam, remains something of an unknown quantity as it is surrounded by more than 500 acres of forest land. (Photos by Johnny Joo/Caters News)

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Fiction meets Fiction Mashups

“Lego fiction meets fiction” fake advertising mashups by Alexandre Tissier.

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6 Free Vintage Textures

4 Free Vintage Textures – Old Paper & 2 Free Vintage Color Overlays from Dealjumbo. Download and enjoy ;)

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Valentine’s Day Graphics

If you need to create some Valentine’s Day card or invitation you should take a look at this deal. You can find here more then 400 illustrations, shapes and 3D elements. Only on Dealjumbo!

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Ben Bernschneider for C-Heads Exclusive – Moon over St. Tropez Lookbook


We are just celebrating the debut of Ben Bernschneider on C-Heads Magazine. The multi talented guy from Hamburg is full of energy and this for sure shows in his work. Let´s go an a ride with the two hotties Sophie at Mega Model Agency and Csilla at Modelwerk.

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Giveaway: Win a fancy Moto 360 smartwatch

Get a chance to win a stylish Moto 360 smartwatch or Amazon gift cards worth $150 from TeslaThemes. Each of 3 lucky winners will get awesome prizes: 1st place will have one of the best Android smartwatches, 2nd place will get a $100 Amazon gift card and 3rd place will have a $50 Amazon gift card.

Tiger Shark: Close Up

These jaw-some images show what its like to look inside the mouth of a tiger shark. Captured in amazing detail, the unique pictures show the alien-like anatomy of the shark and reveal rows upon rows of razor sharp teeth and white coloured gills. The incredible photographs were taken when a curious shark began to inspect the camera of British born photographer, Adam Hanlon, 46. After sensing electronic impulses omitted by Adams camera, the inquisitive creature began to gently mouth at the cameras housing allowing him capture the unusual perspective. (Photo by Adam Hanlon/Caters News)

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Celebrity Portraits Made Entirely Out of Emoji by Artist Yung Jake


Most people use a camera or a paint brush to make portraits, but not Yung Jake. This multi-talented artist uses something more often used to share enthusiastic and/or ambiguous emotions via text message. That’s right, emojis. The rapper, known for his wild net art videos and tumblr full of cultural musings, used the emoji-drawing website to craft intensely detailed portraits of the likes of Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus, and Wiz Khalifa.

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Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment

For 125 years, National Geographic has documented the world and all that is in it with stunning photography that captures the soul of a story beyond the words on a page. Some of the most powerful narratives of the past decade have been produced by a forward-thinking generation of women photojournalists as different as the places and the subjects they have covered. But they all share the same passion and commitment to storytelling that has come to define National Geographic. Featuring the work of 11 female photojournalists who have made a significant impact through their images, Women of Vision is a tribute to the spirit and the ambition of these journalists and artists who have created riveting experiences for millions through the insightful, sensitive, and strategic use of a camera. From the last great wildernesses of Africa to the tumult of the Jersey Shore, these stories explore the realities of our world and the depths of what it means to be human in the 21st Century. These women of vision have taken millions with them on assignment through the pages of National Geographic–and in the process have set a new standard for excellence that will continue to inspire for decades to come.

Longtime Ocean Grove visitors take a dip in the roiling Atlantic surf in Ocean Grove, N.J., 2003. This image is featured in National Geographic’s exhibition “Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment”, on view at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, Jan. 22 – Mar. 22, 2015. (Photo by Amy Toensing/National Geographic)

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Villa J by Johan Sundberg

Modern Elegant and Functional Villa J -
The Villa J architecture possesses open float sequence of the living spaces that is not only quite untypical for the harsh northern climate but is also a bit exotic and ideologically corresponding with the luxury approach towards the additional premises – sauna, winter garden, pool house and an atrium.

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Jessica Rimondi Paintings


Although Jessica Rimondi uses neutral or even pale colours to paint, her work has a vibrant movement, a flow within the pale surface she constructs. Her paintings are very engaging without exaggerating at any level of her commitment. Her work has a rhythm giving the audience further reflections apart from what is actually painted.

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