Abandoned Motors At Makeshift Car Graveyards

Leaves and forest foliage claim abandoned motors at makeshift car graveyards. German photographer Dieter Klein travels the world to find vintage automobiles left to rust in leafy forests and fields. The mysterious graveyards host a range of cars, including a rare Jaguar XK120, which, if restored, could be worth £82,000, and a fleet of vehicles used by the Allies in the Second World War. The cars, often with doors, tires or windows missing, are parked on the forest floor as nature reclaims them. Dieter, 57, from Cologne, first came across a Citroen truck that had been dumped in a bush six years ago. After witnessing how the foliage had grown in and around the man-made machine, Dieter was hooked and began to track down other unusual resting places. Here: Part of the sculpture park which contains 50 cars, 2012, Sweden. (Photo by Dieter Klein/Barcroft Media)

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China’s “Nail Houses”

A “nail house”, the last building in the area, sits in the middle of a road under construction in Nanning, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region April 10, 2015. According to local media, the owner of the house didn’t reach an agreement with the local authority about compensation of the demolition. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

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Famous Bald Heads, Can You Guess Them All?


Brasilian graphic designer Fernando Perottoni brought us this colection of the most famous bald heads of movies and TV shows.. This is “Notorious Baldies”, as himself call it. Can you guess them all?

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Thomas Lamadieu Illustrates In The Sky Between Buildings

Illustrator Thomas Lamadieu has created a series of sky art in between buildings of different cities with characters.

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Fine Art Photography of Waves by Pierre Carreau

French photographer Pierre Carreau creates, using a whole range of various lenses, amazing fine art photographs of waves that look more sculptural than liquid.

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Emily Ratajkowski Sizzles in Intimately Free People April Lookbook

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Emily Ratajkowski stars in Intimately Free People’s latest lookbook, ‘Some Kind of Sunshine’, showcasing the brand’s latest collection of irresistible intimates.

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The Art of Falling in Kerry Skarbakka’s Photographs

American photographer Kerry Skarbakka, is fond of documenting his very diverse and elaborate falls.

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Birties : bow ties pop culture

The bow tie gets increasingly place, he took a place that is deserved I find him. But for now, nothing transcendent good for bow ties. It was not counting on Birties, an American company that designs beautiful bow ties representing pop culture, Mario, Doom, Air Jordan, Abbey Road, etc …

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RASSEN: Twisting Chopsticks


These innovative chopsticks have a twisted little trick to slide together as one piece when not in use, and slide apart for eating.

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Lovelli Residence by Word of Mouth


Lovelli Residence is a 3,230 square foot, two storey house designed by Word of Mouth. The home is located in the trendy area of Seminyak, in Bali.

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Red’s True Barbecue by Blacksheep

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The story of the brand begins in Leeds, England, under the restaurant held a first location in the centre of the city. Red Team has approached the Blacksheep studio from London to design a new interior concept for the restaurant and bar.

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Products of The Day #332

Channel your inner Tyrion Lannister and drink your wine—or beer, booze, blood of your enemies—from this handmade Horn Mug. Each is crafted from a real cattle horn and is ready for your next Game of Thrones feast.

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Beautiful Cityscapes by Luigi Visconti

Luigi Visconti

Luigi Visconti‘s passion for photography has been life long. Through his practice he captures the essence of a city; it’s history, architecture and life. In 1997 Visconti moved from his home town in Ravenna, Italy to Paris, it was this move and the sprawling metropolis of Paris that inspired him to begin capturing the cityscape.

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It’s My Pleasure To Serve You II by Tina Winkhaus

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Tina Winkhauses work is incomprehensible. Thats actually amazing because her works are structured, clear. subversive and offensive and feminist. That’s all true and at the same time it isn’t. Tinas works wanders through completed photos studies in Munich, New York and London through the area of photography and juggles with their strategies: Collage, engraving, entropy, and indexicality.

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Fashion Photography by Marian Sell

Marian Sell

Marian Sell is a talented photographer based in New York, USA. He shoot amazing fashion and beauty photography. Marian worked with Voque Russia and Deutsch Magazine.

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