The Sea Life Of Tatiana Suarez

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This full-time artist, born and raised in Miami, paints her ladies both in the studio and in the streets. “I love it so because I’m allowed to have a career where I’m doing what I enjoy. It’s opened a world of opportunities to traveling to new places and meet amazing, like-minded people who inspire me”, says Tatiana Suarez. She loves travel a lot, with mother from Brazil and father from El Salvador. Continue »

Chilean Street Artist Paints The World With Mythical Inca Creatures

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Acting as a Chilean cultural ambassador the street artist INTI draws giant street murals on buildings in Chile and around the world. The muralist from Valparaiso travels to locations on all continents, from France to Delhi to Santiago, bringing the spirit of South American tradition in the colossal surreal portraits. Painted in beautiful thick colors and adorned with relics of Inca creatures, the eerie portraits combine religious roots with contemporary consumerism lifestyle. The faceless, doll-like figures cut the borders between nations and countries, presenting a new face of unique spiritual beliefs. Continue »

Iconic Volkswagen-Inspired Sleeping Space For Kids

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The epic Volkswagen van has been the main idea of many traveling stories. Circu found a new inspiration in this symbol of freedom and fun transportation making a bed for children and grown-ups who don’t care that they are in the adult world. The cool Bun Van Bed looks like someone has parked in the middle of the room. The inside is made of high-quality palisander wood with a chrome-plated finish on the fiberglass outside. Not to leave kids going to bed without their favorite movie, the van bed has a built-in TV. The mini bar and the sofa enhance the unique experience giving the van attributes of a lounge. Continue »

Revival, A Series Of Style Icons

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Revival is a collaboration between illustrator Libby van der Ploeg and Brooklyn based shop Dusty Rose Vintage. the illustrated series depicts 10 inspiring women whose style and thinking has had a lasting influence on our culture; including Dolly Parton, Frida Kahlo, Audrey Hepburn, Debbie Harry, Bettie Page, Julia Child, Josephine Baker, Bjork, Joan Rivers and Lauren Bacall. Continue »

Russian Vintage LADA Couch

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An enthusiast has made a couch out of a few parts he bought for vintage Soviet VAZ 2101 LADA car. A few photos of the process as well as how it looks in interior you can see inside. Continue »

The Velo Chair Uses A Single Piece Of Bent Wood As The Backrest

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When British designer Jan Waterston was creating the Velo Chair, his inspiration came from cycling. Continue »

An Artist Turns Everyday Materials Into Incredible Abstract Pieces

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The abstraction, that remembers us to the nature, mainly to the marine world, or even to festivities like the Carnival, in which the color invades the work, dominates the work of Crystal Wagner. She is a contemporary interdisciplinary artist, which artwork is comprised of large-scale installations, paper sculptures, ink drawings, and printmaking. She is compelled through curiosity to both make things with her hands and to investigate ideas and concepts to satisfy an inherent thirst for dialog about the world we live in. As she says, “being an artist gives me the tools to share with people idea’s that I am passionate about”. Continue »

Stunning Diorama Table Features Pieces From Tabletop World

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This incredible table is the work of art by hobbiest, Ryan Devoto, who undoubtedly loves miniatures and terrain. With a table of this magnitude, it’s not hard to picture yourself stepping right into this scene. From the beautiful buildings and shops, to the absolutely unreal ships coming into port – I would get lost in this room just staring at this masterpiece. Pouring over someone’s labor of love like this is how we learn and grow and get ideas to bring into our hobbies. Continue »

Panoramic Photos That Went Horribly Wrong

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These panorama photo attempts failed miserably… and that’s a good thing. Continue »

15 Most Annoying And Irritating Phrases That A Photographer Does’t Want To Hear

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Graphic designer Luca Masini of Zerouno Design created a list entitled ‘What not to say to a Photographer‘ features 15 most annoying and irritating phrases that “can reach the ear of a photographer, not only from the customers in this case, but also by improvised photographers, friends, relatives, boyfriends.” Continue »

Awesome Black And White Photographs That Show London Fog From The Early 20th Century

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London was covered in “fog” at the beginning of the 20th Century, culminating in the Great Smog in 1952. The Clean Air Act was implemented in 1956, but the fatalities from the Great Smog are said to have reached 12,000. Here’s a collection of 24 haunting black and white photos of London fog from between 1910s to 1950s. Here: 1 July 1907, St Pancras Railway Station. (Topical Press Agency / Getty Images) Continue »

Thecacera Pacifica: The Pikachu Of The Sea

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If you ever wanted to meet a live Pikachu, you might have a hard time finding one. However, there is a creature on this Earth that kind of looks like one. That creature’s name is Thecacera pacifica and it is a species of a sea slug. These little critters can be found in the Indian Ocean from African coast to Indonesia and Vanuatu. Their vibrant orange and blue colors look gorgeous, making it look like some sort of anemone. Also, as you might have guessed from the striking colors of the sea slug, just like most of anemones, this creature is very toxic. Thus, keeping it as a pet isn’t an option. Continue »

Abandoned Olympic Venues Around The Globe

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The disused bobsled track from the Sarajevo 1984 Winter Olympics is seen on Mount Trebevic, near Sarajevo, September 19, 2013. Abandoned and left to crumble into oblivion, most of the 1984 Winter Olympic venues in Bosnia’s capital Sarajevo have been reduced to rubble by neglect as much as the 1990s conflict that tore apart the former Yugoslavia. (Photo by Dado Ruvic/Reuters) Continue »

French Artist Eyes Record With Giant Swiss Hillside Portrait

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A painting, created by French artist Saype and said to be the world’s largest biodegradable painting is seen on the Chaux-de-Mont ski slope above the Alp resort of Leysin. The painting is made with flour, linseed oil, water and biodegradable natural pigments. Continue »

Amazing Traffic-Swallowing TEB-1 Bus Debuts In China

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Photo by Reuters / Stringer

A model of a innovative street-straddling bus called Transit Elevated Bus is seen after a test run in Qinhuangdao, Hebei Province, China, August 3, 2016. Chinese engineers have built a full-sized test model of the much-anticipated TEB-1 straddling bus concept. First revealed in 2010, the bus promises to beat traffic by tiptoeing over it – with wheels at the edges of the road, it acts rather like an enormous tunnel, appearing to swallow the traffic that passes underneath. Continue »