New Wonderfully Witty Animal Comics by Liz Climo

Step into the wonderfully wacky world of Liz Climo, where animals of all species enjoy witty jokes, adorable friendships, and everyday joys together. In her trademark style, the artist uses two panels and a minimalist, folksy style to deliver punchlines that are both clever and sweet. Her charming characters may have fins, feathers, and fur, but their hilarious interactions with each other are ultra-relatable for any person with a quirky sense of humor.

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Fine Art Photography by Morey Spellman

Morey Spellman
Morey Spellman is a talented 20 years old self taught photographer based in California, USA. He shoots a lot of travel and fashion photography.

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Twist Lid Drink Traveller


Convert from a mug to a straw-friendly spill-proof bottle with its innovative twisting lid.

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Colorful Architecture Photographs by Ramin Nasibov

Ramin Nasibov
Ramin Nasibov is a multidimensional graphic designer specializing in Branding, Packaging Design and related Visual Communication, based in Berlin, Germany.

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Ripple: Feel The Speaker


With the Ripple speaker, anyone with impaired hearing can enjoy the music by actually feeling and seeing the notes.

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17 Free WordPress Themes – June 2015

Looking for the latest free responsive WordPress themes. Here we are presenting some amazing themes for your projects. A professional & modern design, responsive layout and clean code are the important elements of a nice WordPress theme. In this compilation we are presenting a latest treasure of 17 Free WordPress Themes. These themes can be easily use to create blogs, porfolio sites and more.

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Artist Kat O’Sullivan Transforms a Dull Shack Into a Psychedelic Rainbow House

The artist Kat O’ Sullivan has been creating upcycled sweaters and clothing for over 20 years. “It seems like anything within my grasp ends up painted a million colors,” she says. And this statement certainly held true when the artist decided to purchase a home in upstate New York that had been built in 1840. “I just thought it was cute,” explains Sullivan, but “it was the kind of house you would drive by and never notice.”

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Shirt Made of Common Stains from Everyday Life – Blood, Grass, Red Wine, Bike Oil

Dirt Pattern Material is a camouflage pattern made from a selection of the most common stains from everyday life, such as blood, grass, red wine, bike oil, etc.

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‘The Collectivity Project’ by Olafur Eliasson

The Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson’s art is driven by his interests in perception, movement, embodied experience, and feelings of self. Eliasson strives to make the concerns of art relevant to society at large. Art, for him, is a crucial means for turning thinking into doing in the world.

For Panorama, Eliasson presents The collectivity project, an installation of white LEGO® bricks that features an imaginary cityscape conceived and designed by the public.

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Artist Recreates Defaced Subway Ads

Lydia Cambron is a designer working in objects and environments.

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Shadow Photos of Dogs Reveal Their ‘Primal Nature’

Thomas Roma spent three years taking photos at a dog park in Brooklyn, New York. “Their shadows, I felt, revealed a wilder side of their nature,” the 64-year-old photographer said.

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Mystery of ‘Lady in Red’ Who Appeared in Mervyn O’Gorman’s 1913 Colour Photos

The young beauty looks thoughtful and dreamy as she poses on the shingle beach in a scarlet swimming costume, as her long strawberry blonde hair cascades to her waist. This ethereal-looking teenager – who is thought to be called Christina – was one of the first people to be photographed in colour, yet rather than becoming famous, the young woman appears to have vanished altogether.

She was captured by photographer Mervyn O’Gorman in the series of dreamlike photos taken in Lulworth Cove, Dorset, in 1913, and for years was thought to be his daughter but now scholars believe she was a relative or friend – but all attempts to track her down have hit a dead end. Photos courtesy of The Royal Photographic Society Collection at the National Media Museum.

On the Beach, 1913

A portrait of O’Gorman’s daughter, Christina, taken on the beach at Lulworth Cove, Dorset. The comparatively long exposure time has given the sea a glassy quality and the large aperture setting and narrow depth of field has put Durdle Door in the background into soft focus.

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Incredible Street Art by Remo Lienhard

Street artist Remo Lienhard (aka Wes21) is an incredible talent out of Switzerland taking the mural world by storm. Lienhard is a member of a collective of graffiti artists and illustrators called Schwarzmaler.

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Explosive Splattered Ink Animal Murals by Hua Tunan

The creatures depicted in Chinese artist Hua Tunan‘s ink paintings seem moments away from escaping the canvas. Each piece seems to pulse with energy, driven by Tunan’s frenetic painting style that borrows from traditional Chinese ink art and Western-style graffiti. The artist also works on much larger canvases with broad strokes of dripping spray paint on urban murals that have popped up around the world over the last few years.

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Astonishing Straw Sculptures in Japan

At the end of rice harvesting season, the folks of the Kagawa and Niigata Prefectures in Japan hold a straw festival to celebrate the abundance of the harvest. Dried straws cover wooden frames to form larger-than-life sculptures from animals like sharks and gorillas to vessels such as ships and tanks. The family-friendly event invites visitors of all ages to engage, interact, and play on the enormous structures.

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