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Horrible Photographs of Damaged Cars From the 1994 Northridge Earthquake

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The 1994 Northridge earthquake struck the San Fernando Valley in southern California on January 17, becoming the most destructive quake in the state since the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and the costliest in U.S. history. Continue reading »

The Superb Dark and Occult Art of Dylan Garrett Smith

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Dylan Garrett Smith’s illustrations blend occult themes with natural elements, using materials like ashes, chalk-lead, and black cotton rag paper. Continue reading »

Spectacular Macro-Winning Photos From The British Photography Awards

Winner: “The Next Generation” by Lee Frost
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The British Photography Awards 2023 recently highlighted a captivating collection of macro photography winners, revealing the stunning details hidden in the small wonders of our world. From dew-covered petals to the intricate structure of leaves, these images showcase a rarely seen universe of vibrant colors and textures. Continue reading »

Typical Friday Night at KFC, According To AI

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Ever wondered what goes through an AI’s circuits on a typical Friday night at KFC? Dive into the artificial mind as we explore its quirky take on the antics of KFC patrons and staff. Continue reading »

The Art of Nicole Duennebier, Including Her Works of Ruffs, Pearls, and Rotten First-Fruits

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Nicole Duennebier’s vibrant works meld 17th- and 18th-century aristocratic portraits with vanitas still lifes and biological illustrations of deep-sea or microscopic life. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Altered Photographs of Landscapes that Are Sure to Make You Scratch Your Head

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The Turkish artist who creates one-of-a-kind and mind-blowing images is going to take us on a journey into surrealism via his eyes. Continue reading »

The Lotus Esprit S1, Known as “Wet Nellie,” Was Featured in The James Bond Film “The Spy Who Loved Me,” and These Photographs Are Really Breathtaking

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The Lotus Esprit S1 was used in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, where it was affectionately dubbed “Wet Nellie.” This “car-submarine” became an iconic Bond vehicle, with its ability to transform from a car into a working submarine capturing the public’s imagination. Continue reading »

Illustrations from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić, 1975

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”The story is about a grandfather and his three grandchildren. They have to choose between good and evil where good represents the god Svarozic who is the son of the god Svarog. The evil represents the master of anger. His name was Bjesomar. The purpose of these stories is to find the meaning of what one’s heart desires.” Continue reading »

Graphic Designer Captures Pantone Hues Across Landscapes and Cities

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Today, I would like to offer you the opportunity to observe how graphic designer Andrea Antoni (previously featured) interprets the world through the use of Pantone colors. Everyone has a different point of view on the world. Continue reading »

The Emotional and Poetic Portraits of Sena Adjovi

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The ethereal portraits by Montreal artist Sena Adjovi evoke the cadence and resonance of poetry. Continue reading »

Spectral Transformations: The Macabre Masterpieces of Roberto Diaz’s Artworks

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Roberto Diaz’s mixed-media art is both unsettling and captivating. Using a blend of traditional drawing and digital painting techniques, Diaz creates surreal portraits of historical figures marred by monstrous alterations. Continue reading »

The Unique Style of Jose Gallego Gallego’s Fallas Art

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Jose Gallego Gallego, born on February 21, 1980, in Gandia, is a renowned Fallas artist. He began his career at the age of eighteen, apprenticing under notable artists like José Sanchis, Palacio, Serra, and Pere Baenas. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Adorable Tattoos Featuring Cute Animals And Creatures

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Prepare to be enchanted by Buoy’s delightful tattoo designs! Hailing from Seoul, Korea, Buoy’s creations showcase adorable animals, characters, and creatures that are sure to brighten your day. Continue reading »

Vibrant Color Photos Capture Young Women in Swimsuits in the 1960s

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As the modest swimsuits of the 1950s faded into the past, the 1960s ushered in a new era of swimwear fashion. The once-demure two-piece bikini and the flashy one-piece bathing suit took center stage, captivating beachgoers and pool-party attendees alike. Continue reading »

Organic Landscapes, Emblematic Narratives and The Surreal and Fantastic Visions of Johfra Bosschart

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Johfra Bosschart, born Franciscus Johannes Gijsbertus van den Berg, was a Dutch pioneer of surrealism and fantastic realism. Continue reading »

Beautiful Clay Characters and Still Lifes by Irma Grunholz

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Irma Gruenholz, a three-dimensional illustrator and sculptor based in Madrid, Spain, engages in a creative process centered on hand-sculpted illustrations using clay and various materials to achieve three-dimensional effects. Continue reading »

Daniel Mróz, An Illustrator Behind The Stanisław Lem’s Sci-Fi Stories

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Daniel Mróz (born 3 February 1917 in Kraków; died 21 January 1993 in Kraków) – Polish stage designer and artist, illustrator of the science fiction books of Stanislaw Lem and of the unique, absurd writings of Sławomir Mrożek. Continue reading »

This Photo Series Sheds Light On The Taboo Of People’s Lives With Stoma

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According to a photographer Milos Nejezchleb: “A stoma – or an artificial opening made in an organ of the body. In the Czech Republic, where this photo series was created, an estimated 20,000 people carry their stoma bags hidden under their clothes. Continue reading »

“Marginados”: Artist Uses AI To Portray People Exiled During The Military Regime

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In “Marginados”, visual artist Mateus Morbeck utilizes artificial intelligence to create digital portraits of Brazilian exiles from 1966 to 1985. Continue reading »

Stunning Examples of How Victorian Photographers “Retouched” Their Photographs

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When it comes to photography, image alteration has long been prevalent. It is more than just a humorous reference to the past; a genuine airbrush was regularly employed on prints long before digital photography was even a glimmer in our eyes. The airbrush tool is more than just a fanciful reference to the past. Continue reading »

All of the Things That Are Wrong With the Society That We Live In Today, Illustrated by John Holcroft

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Today’s society has many problems, whether we accept them or not. We escape unpleasant reality by burying ourselves in the virtual world, yet some artists will challenge you to face terrible facts. Continue reading »

Small Japanese Fashion Brand Creates a Godzilla Shoes in The Honor of Oscar Win

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After Godzilla’s Oscar win, a little Japanese fashion brand gains popularity. Continue reading »

Realistic Paintings by Tomona Matsukawa Take Fragments of Everyday Life and Reconstruct Them

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The realistic and somewhat theatrical oil paintings of Kyoto-based artist Tomona Matsukawa are inspired by interactions with other women of her generation, frequently strangers. The artist uses startling statements or unforgettable conversation events to inspire her subject matter and title. Continue reading »

Stunning Retro Cover Illustrations from The Satirical German-Language Magazine “Kladderadatsch”

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The satirical German-language magazine Kladderadatsch (meaning “Crash” in an onomatopoeic sense) was launched in Berlin on May 7, 1848. Continue reading »

Who Killed Laura Palmer? Twin Peaks Inspired Undercover Fall Winter 2024-2025 Menswear Collection

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In a bold move, Jun Takahashi of Undercover draws inspiration from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks for the Fall Winter 2024-2025 Menswear Collection. With official authorization, Takahashi seamlessly blends Twin Peaks’ eerie world into his unique design aesthetic. The collection features title graphics and stills, encapsulating the series’ essence through intricate details and symbolic elements. Continue reading »