Animal Photos Of 2016


Jim Kowalczik plays with Jimbo, a 1500-pound Kodiak bear, at the Orphaned Wildlife Center in Otisville, N.Y. on September 7, 2016 (Photo by Mike Groll/AP Photo) Continue »

Abandoned Aston Martin Set To Sell For A Small Fortune

This Aston Martin was left to rot in the middle of the woods 40 years ago but now it’s been put up for auction in Massachusetts. According to auctioneers it’s worth $500,000 which is 100 times its original price. Continue »

Powerful Photos Show Mermaids Swimming In A Plastic Bottle Ocean

Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong put together an interesting project to try and raise awareness about pollution in the oceans. Von Wong used 10,000 plastic bottles and he placed them in a warehouse then had two beautiful mermaids attempt to swim through the collection and the photos are captivating. Continue »

Beautiful Adventure Photography By Eric Bunting

Eric Bunting is a talented 25-year-old self-taught photographer from Minnesnowta, USA. Eric focuses on landscapes, travel, nature, portrait and lifestyle photography. Continue »

Brutally Honest Illustrations About Life

Illustrator and author of “A Sticky Note Guide to Life“, Chaz Huton, perfectly sums up the realities of everyday life, and he does it all on sticky notes! Continue »

Minimalist Graphic Light Sculptures Turn Night Landscapes Into Alien Terrain

Glowing geometric objects illuminate pristine, unforgiving landscapes in Lucid, a short film by German collective 3hund. The shapes are anachronistic yet beautiful, complementing their rugged surroundings and turning harsh the terrain into ethereal alien worlds punctuated by light geometries. Though they look manipulated, every shot is a physical installation created by positioning electroluminescent light shapes and wires in the wild. Continue »

This Artist Creates A Warm Clothes For Your Cold Drones

For a mere $189 you can take your drone from maybe a little chilly to definitely toasty-warm. Wouldn’t you like to do that for your drone? If you would, San Francisco-based artist Danielle Baskin will help you. She makes the sweaters for drones and many other things. Continue »

Stunning Pictures Of The Migration Of Starlings Across Israel


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Breathtaking “murmurations” – dark, shifting shapes that look like vast dancing clouds – fill the skies of southern Israel and surrounding areas in winter. Starlings from Russia and east Europe winter in the Holy Land, swooping, pivoting and soaring, putting on a display to shame any aerobatics team anywhere. Continue »

North Carolina’s Abandoned ‘Wizard of Oz’ Theme Park Will Haunt You

Written as a novel by L. Frank Baum in 1900, the Wizard of Oz became an acclaimed Technicolor film in 1939. The success of that film led to the exploration of prequels and sequels desperately seeking the fame and recognition that the orignal musical film garnered. Perhaps the boldest iteration was the recreation of the Land of Oz as a theme park in North Carolina’s Beech Mountains. Photographer Johnny Joo visited the site and photographed the ruins, full of wild roots and thick fog. His eerie portaits capture a magical place that has gradually become the perfect setting for your worst nightmares. Continue »

Midnight Safari: Photographer Snapped The Impressive Collection Of Night Sky Images While Africa

A elepant strolls under the milkyway

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A midnight safari has been caught on camera as wild animals gather in front of a full moon. Photographer Brendon Cremer, 35, snapped the impressive collection of night sky images while in South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana. It can be challenging for even the best photographers to take full control of their camera while ensuring they don’t become the deadly animals’ next meal. But this impressive set of images looks both effortless and fierce. Continue »

Vegetal By Nature: When An Artist Is Styling Statues With Flowers

Between floral art and street art, the French artist Geoffroy Mottart enjoys styling statues with flowers, creating beautiful hair, beards and mustaches. An awesome project of urban interventions entitled Fleurissements, which seeks to revive the often forgotten statues that populate our parks. Continue »

Abandoned Cat With Dreadlocks Gets A Makeover

This poor cat was abandoned by her Alzheimer’s-suffering owner and it survived for years with severely matted fur. The cat was struggling to move because of the extra fur, but luckily the cat has been given a new home and a new look. Continue »

These Hermit Crab Shells Were Inspired By The Skylines Of Famous Cities

A Japanese artist has pimped the cribs of little hermit crabs by creating a series of 3D-printed shells modeled after world famous landmarks. Aki Inomata is a Tokyo-born artist known for incorporating living organisms and organic components into her works. She has created a series of crab shells designed after places like the NYC skyline and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Continue »

Guy Discovers He Can Go Anywhere While Wearing A Hi-Vis Vest

David Allegretti and his mate Sean conducted a little experiment, and they were shocked by the results. They bought a few hi-vis vests and then they put them to the tests. They used the vests to enter restricted areas, and they quickly discovered that no one questions people when they’re wearing one of these vests.

David Allegretti and his mate Sean decided to see how far they could get by wearing official-looking hi-vis vests. Continue »

Carlsberg Advertising Campaign: Probably The Best Poster In The World

According to fold7 advertising agency: “Our next installment of ‘If Carlsberg did’ activity broke yesterday with the launch of the world’s first ever beer-serving poster at The Truman Brewery in Shoreditch. For one day only, the public were able to pour themselves a Carlsberg direct from the poster, which was embedded with a Carlsberg tap and a stack of glasses. As you’d expect, the announcement of free beer coupled with a burst of early summer sun caused quite a commotion, with punters queuing from midday right through to the evening.” Continue »