The Stunning Beauty Of London Floors Or Why You Should Look Down While Travelling

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Sebastian Erras (previously) is a talented photographer and artist, who was born in 1986 in the south of Germany and currently based in Amberg, Bavaria, Germany. Continue »

An Artist Transformed A Car Into A Ping Pong Table

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French artist Benedetto Bufalino has recently transformed an old beat up car into a fully functional ping pong table. Located at Maison Salvan, a platform for contemporary and visual art in Labège, France, the ping pong table provides a place for people to interact. Continue »

Everyone Will Notice You At A Party If You Have Hair Like This

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MANIC PANIC, an American company that produces hair dye, introduced an unusual new product to the market which many women instantly fell in love with. This super-dye gives you neon-colored, glow-in-the-dark hair. Some of the bravest ladies out there have already tried it and uploaded the results they got. Continue »

Inside World’s Deepest Thermal Water Pool

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The Deep Joy pool is just outside the small Italian commune of Montegrotto Terme, about 28 miles west of Venice. It holds the world record for thermal water filled pool with depths of more than 131ft (40m) at its deepest point. As well as dives of various depths, visitors can learn to swim like a mermaid or have your photo taken under water. The Deep Joy, dubbed Y-40, currently holds the Guinness World Record for the deepest pool ever filled with thermal water. Continue »

Delightful Street Art By Ernest Zacharevic

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Ernest Zacharevic is a young Lithuanian artist, whose life path took him, over UK, to Malaysia. He fell in love with the city of Penang, where he creates series of murals, vitalizing walls of the old part of the city George town. These iconic pieces have also become enormously popular across the city. Continue »

Hull Residents Paint Themselves Blue For Spencer Tunick Art Installation

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The streets of Hull (England) were transformed into an ocean of painted human flesh as 3,200 volunteers braved the North Sea chill to create an incredible spectacle. Called the Sea Of Hull, it was the biggest nude art installation Britain has ever seen and the brainchild of US photographer Spencer Tunick, who was impressed at how wholeheartedly his idea was embraced. Continue »

Magnificent Portrait Photos Of Hollywood Icons Taken By Douglas Kirkland

When you think of enchanting images of Hollywood stars — Marilyn Monroe wrapped up in silk sheets, Audrey Hepburn flashing a knowing grin — do you wonder about the person behind the camera? And how they possibly captured that delicate moment?

For the past 50 years, photographer Douglas Kirkland has found new angles on the world’s most familiar faces. The Fort Erie transplant still surprises himself with stories from the field; like that time Elizabeth Taylor agreed to let him photograph her after a prolonged break from the public eye.

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Douglas Kirkland was born in 1934 in Fort Erie, Ontario. At age twenty-four, Kirkland was hired as a staff photographer for Look magazine and became famous for his 1961 photos of Marilyn Monroe taken for Look’s 25th anniversary issue. He later joined the staff of Life magazine. Continue »

Polish Sculptor Makes Water Complete Her Bronze Fountain Sculptures

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When you hear the word “sculpture”, you unintentionally imagine something that stands still. Unless it goes with the name of this Polish sculptor Malgorzata Chodakowska, who creates these beautiful fountain sculptures out of bronze where the water plays an essential part in the whole structure. Continue »

15,000 Origami Birds Were Folded To Make This Large Mural In Paris

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“Lunar Cycles” is a 49 foot (15m) high and 459 foot (140m) long mural covering the side of a building in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. The installation is composed of both tangible origami birds, as well as painted ones to create depth and an element of permanence despite its temporary nature. Installed over 3 weeks, the first step was to paint the entire building black so that the colorful origami birds would really pop. Continue »

These Photos Of Fireflies Show How Beautiful Summer Nights Are In Japan

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Each year when summer comes along, we all look forward to different things. Some of us head to the beach, others to the mountains for camping. Some look forward to the epicurean delights like watermelon and ice cones. But for a select group of photographers in Japan, Summer signals the arrival of fireflies. And for very short periods – typically May and June, from around 7 to 9pm – these photographers set off to secret locations all around Japan, hoping to capture the magical insects that light up the night. Continue »

Levitating Shoes Baffle People On The Streets Of London

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For his first ever public intervention in London, street artist Pejac (previously) created four installations of sneakers hanging from lampposts with a slight twist: the shoes dangle up instead of down. The head-scratching installations titled “Downside Up” can be found around East London. The installations are teasers for Pejac’s upcoming solo show, called ‘The Weakest’, which will be held in Londonewcastle Project Space on July 22. Continue »

When A Bad Tattoo Is Transformed Into Something Great

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If you got yourself an unfortunate tattoo, it’s not the end. These pictures of cool cover-up tattoos will give you some ideas. Continue »

These Breathtaking Photos Of Outer Space Are Probably The Best Photos Captured From The ISS

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Astronaut Scott Kelly took these amazing pictures of space during his 520 stay at the International Space Station. NASA released his pictures just recently and you won’t be able to take your eyes of them. Continue »

See The Stunning Shots That Won This Year’s Dronestagram Competition

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The Dronestagram, in collaboration with National Geographic, have announced the winners of their 3rd annual International Drone Photography Contest… and there are some real stunners among the top shots. Here: 1st Prize Winner – Category Travel: Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, Umbria, Italy by fcattuto Continue »

Living With Humanoid Robot

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Tomomi Ota pushes a cart loaded with her humanoid robot Pepper in the early morning on her way to work in Tokyo, Japan, 27 June 2016. Reaching 120cm in height and 28 kilograms in weight, Pepper does not enter in the category of portable robot. But those characteristics dont stop Tomomi Ota to take Pepper in a cart to stroll in her neighborhood, go shopping or even take the subway. Continue »