Thinner Beauty Is Using Photoshop To “Help” Plus-Size Women Lose Weight

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Thinner Beauty endeavors to “help” plus-size women lose weight. It does this by offering Photoshopped images of what they could look like if they were thinner. Continue »

Photographer Captures Ireland’s Essence In Gorgeous Green Sceneries

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We told you about Claire Droppert some time ago when we presented some of her gravity work. Falling flowers and flying sand were something totally different than some of her other photography, much of it made traveling. This time, we are presenting the wonderful sceneries of South West Ireland, with the amazing wildlife, sea world and coastlines, and the domestic and wild animals representative of the country. Continue »

Street Art Masterpieces Around The World

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People pass a new mural depicting Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II spray painted onto an external wall of a house in south-east London, Britain, 16 May 2016. The artwork is created by Banksy-style street painter “Catman”. (Photo by Hannah Mckay/EPA) Continue »

Inside China’s Trash Park Where Bentleys And Mercedes Worths Millions Are Abandoned By Their Rich Owners

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These startling images shows a bushing car park, where luxury cars totalling millions of dollars have been left abandoned by rich owner. Inside this small lot in Chengdu, China, there are at least two Bentleys, two Land Rovers, three Mercedes Benz and even the odd motorbike. They all have one thing in common – they’ve been abandoned by their owners. Continue »

Guy Visits Locations Of Famous Movies To Compare How They Look Like Now

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Phil Grishayev revisited movie and historic locations and posted them on Instagram for general enjoyment of all cinemaphiles. Continue »

The Last Portrait Of Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali Showing The Destructive Effects Of Parkinson’s Disease

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Harrowing effects of more than three decades fighting Parkinson’s seen in extraordinary images. British photographer Zenon Texeira captured moving portraits of former world champion at his home in March Ali passed away on Saturday aged 74 after 32-year battle with neurodegenerative disease brought on by his boxing Muhammad Ali raises his fists for the final time in haunting photographs from The Greatest’s last ever shoot. Continue »

Tattoo Artist Makes Cool Temp Tats For Sick Kids

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Benjamin Lloyd, a tattoo artist from New Zealand announced on his Facebook that if he got 50 likes he would make cool temporary tattoos to the children at Auckland’s Starship Children’s Hospital. He got over 400,000 likes and delivered on his promise. But no one was more delighted than the kids. Continue »

Artist Creates Impressive Portraits Using The Humble Kitchen Salt

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Norway-based Croatian tattoo artist Dino Tomic creates beautiful drawings on large canvasses with salt, only to erase his works that takes hours, sometimes days to bring to life. Continue »

Quirky Visual Experiments By Illustrator Christoph Niemann

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Berlin-based illustrator, graphic designer and author Christoph Niemann created a bunch of humorous, minimalistic illustrations out of everyday objects. Continue »

Even The Mailboxes In Japan Are Strangely Beautiful

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Mailboxes aren’t what you’d typically consider as artworks, but in Japan they kinda are. Japanese mailboxes have been made more colourful with images of mascots, animals, and references to local culture. Continue »

Children From A Remote Village In China Have To Take A Dangerous Path To Get To School

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These children from Atule’er village in China put their lives in danger every day when they are going to school. To get there, they have to climb up the side of a mountain on a vertical ladder that is unsafely attached to the steep cliff. Continue »

Fantastical New Worlds Created From Realistic Landscapes By Catherine Nelson

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The beautiful fictional worlds by Catherine Nelson are made by combining her wonderful mixed skills originating from the art education in painting received at the College of Fine Arts in Sydney and digit photography. Catherine produced a specific photographic technique by connecting many images in a photo series, and creating circular photos that embrace lovely flora and fauna in imaginary new worlds. These digital photos were presented in the exhibition series named ‘Future Memories’, ‘Nuit Americaine’, ‘Danube’ and ‘Other Worlds’. Continue »

Disturbingly Beautiful (Almost Dirty) Images Of Human Anatomy From The 1700s (NSFW)

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Jacques Fabien Gautier was a printmaker, painter, anatomist and philosopher who is now best remembered for his often lurid anatomical illustrations. Born in Marseilles in 1716, Gautier began his career as a painter before moving onto printmaking where he developed an interest in the techniques of color printmaking which were then being pioneered by Jacob Christoph Le Blon (1667-1741). Gautier posited the theory colored prints could be created in much the same way as colored patterns were woven into cloth. Continue »

When Architecture Meets Watercolor: Painting Wonders By Maja Wronska

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Architect and freelance illustrator Maja Wrońska continues to amaze with her beautifully executed watercolor paintings of iconic cityscapes from around the world. Taking on her mother’s trade of architecture, Maja has been drawing buildings and castles since she was a child. Poland’s skill requirements for architectural school prompted Maja to attend drawing classes, which changed her attitude towards drawing and gave her inspiration as a developing artist. As you will see today, her talent shines through her work. We collected some of Maja’s most impressive watercolor works for your enjoyment! Continue »

Amusing Satirical Illustrations That Echo Our Behavior On Social Media

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British illustrator Joe Stone (previously) has launched an entertaining collection of comics that aptly depict our behavior on social media. His satirical drawings poke fun at our foolish addiction to Facebook, our true face of emotion when typing messages and the irony of being connected to the world yet feeling alone. Continue »