Wonderland Abandoned: The Swift Fall of “Europe’s Biggest Theme Park”


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Wonderland Eurasia, billed as “Europe’s biggest theme park,” opened in Ankara, Turkey, in March 2019. Political turmoil, uneven ride quality, and a lack of attendance caused the massive park to close its doors permanently after less than a year of operation. Continue reading »

This Brilliant Dad Shoots Classic Pictures Of His Daughter Inspired From Old Oil-Paintings

Bill Gekas is a renowned photographer from Australia who is known for his classic recreation of portraits very much resembling some old oil paintings. Just like any other father Bill started shooting his daughter but his talent and extremely creative senses sparked the idea to recreate these classic old paintings and the result to no one’s surprise became a huge sensation. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The WildArt Photographer of the Year 2021

Gold Award Winner: Jan Piecha, Germany

Here are the winners and highly commended photographs from WildArt POTY BACKYARD Competition 2021.

BACKYARD is the 8th of the ten WildArt categories and accepted entries during August; it is the concept of the category judge and wildlife photographer Rebecca Nason from the United Kingdom. Rebecca is a birder and wildlife photographer who now lives on the Shetland Isles where she runs Shetland Seabird Tours with her partner. Continue reading »

25 Winners & Finalists Of LensCulture 2021 Street Photography Awards

1st Place Series: Reflections Inside the Seoul Metro by Argus Paul Estabrook

Here are the winners and finalists of the LensCulture 2021 Street Photography Awards.

On the heels of a global pandemic, with cities around the world reopening little by little, we wondered what the 2021 Street Photography Awards would show us. Would images be celebratory, with photographers reveling in the closeness of passersby after more than a year of solitude? Or would they remain eerily quiet and uncertain? Continue reading »

Finally, “Squid Game” Costumes For Your Pets

Dress up your pets with popular Squid Game theme clothes, adds trendiness and cuteness in different events and parties. 12 Sizes available for different sizes of puppies and dogs and cats. Continue reading »

Amazing Photos Capture Street Scenes of New York City in the 1990s

At the dawn of the 1990s, New York City was in an unremittingly bleak state. Following two decades of continuous decay, 1990 brought yet another all-time record high in violent crime and to this day, 1990 and the three years that followed remain the most homicide-plagued stretch in the city’s last five decades. The 1990s had quickly positioned itself to become the city’s worst decade yet. Continue reading »

Artist George Coghill Creates Funny Cryptozoology and Paranormal Patches

The Monsterologist also sometimes answers to “George Coghill” when he’s not in his creature-creation laboratory. Continue reading »

Son Is Photoshopping His Dad Amazingly Into Movie Scenes And Unusual Places

The British graphic designer and photoshop master Matt Bonito photoshopping his Dad into all sorts of movie scenes and funny situations for over six years now. Matt’s skills are so amazing his edits are both wholesome and hilarious. Continue reading »

“We’re Volcanoes Just Waiting to Erupt”: The Superb Collages by Gary Pursell Klatt

Gary Pursell Klatt aka buuutcher is an digital artist based in US. He makes beautiful pop surrealistic collages. Glitches, broken spaces and reflections. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Photos of The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021

Overall winner – Creation by Laurent Ballesta

The Natural History Museum has announced the 2021 winners of its 57th annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. The awards started out as a magazine competition in 1965 and have continued to run annually since. The photographic competition and its touring exhibition aim to inspire a love of the natural world and to create advocates for the planet. Continue reading »

Inside the Bradbury Building, the Oldest Commercial Building in Downtown Los Angeles

The Bradbury Building is an architectural landmark in downtown Los Angeles, California. Built in 1893, the five-story office building is best known for its extraordinary skylit atrium of access walkways, stairs and elevators, and their ornate ironwork. Continue reading »

Youmeng Liu Makes Realistic 3D Embroideries, And They Look Good Enough To Eat

Embroideries have come a long way from just being a traditional art form, and nowadays there’s many masters in the field. Naturally, they all want to make their special mark, and because of that, they keep looking for new paths to explore within the medium. Continue reading »

Warhammer-Inspired Playground Discovered in The Heart of Russia

When I was a kid, I couldn’t even dream of seeing such figures in person. But a certain sculptor has made dreams come true. These fantasy and nightmarish figures were discovered in a small village in the heart of Russia. Locals say that they are sometimes exhibited in local museums. Continue reading »

This Artist Illustrates Adorable Glowing Monsters From Outer Space

According to Zuzana Ziakova, a digital artist based in Slovakia: “My name is Zuzana and you can remember my forest monsters I posted while ago. Continue reading »

This Artist Revamps Street Signs All Over The World To Give Them Alternative Meaning

Street art is a unique form of art as it is often an expression of someone’s opinion or reaction to ongoing events. It is also different from traditional painting because the environment has to be part of the art and the artwork cannot usually be transported from one gallery to another. Continue reading »

One-Panel Comics Filled With Absurd Situations And Silly Humor By Tom Falco

We are back again with more silly and fun comics. This time we present Tom Falco. This artist creates old-school, one-panel comics. They are filled with absurd humor and unexpected twists, weird characters, and situations that not many of us run into. Continue reading »

Haunting Photographic Self-Portraits by Francesca Woodman From the 1970s

Francesca Woodman (April 3, 1958 – January 19, 1981) is best known for photographing herself. But her pictures are not self-portraits in the traditional sense. She is often nude or semi-nude and usually seen half hidden or obscured – sometimes by furniture, sometimes by slow exposures that blur her figure into a ghostly presence. These beautiful and yet unsettling images seem fleeting but also suggest a sense of timelessness. Continue reading »

A Mix Between Nature, Fantasy, Beauty and Pain in Beautiful Artworks of Alanna Vanacore

Alanna Vanacore is an American artist born in the small beach town of Ormond Beach, Florida. At a young age, her passion for art flourished while watching her mother paint. Continue reading »

“Nude” Photos of Pastel-Colored Urban Tokyo by Rumi Ando

Tokyo-based photographer and retoucher Rumi Ando creates unsettling urban landscape photography of Tokyo. Seemingly nostalgic yet out-of-place, Ando has retouched each of her photographs, painstakingly removing all evidence of human life except for the buildings they’ve built. All windows, A/C units, antennas, ducts—”noise” as Ando calls them—have vanished, leaving only the skin of a city: a nude Tokyo. Continue reading »

Vintage Photographs of Early Colossal Vertical Parking Garages, 1920-1960

Freestanding 48 Car Elevator Parking Garage in Downtown Chicago’s business district, Built by the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1936.

The rapid rise of automobiles at the turn of the 20th century presented an immediate problem: where to park all these vehicles roaming in the streets? Continue reading »

Dramatic Art Photography By Sukron Mamun Which Will Leave You Speechless

Some eternal bliss in the name of photography or photo art however you may call it. Meet Sukron from Indonesia who does wonders with his incredible style of photography. Continue reading »

This Man Collects People’s Drawings Made On A Map By Walking, Running, Cycling, Or Driving

How many calories does it take to draw an image? A smart person would ask, well, what kind of image are we talking about? And we’re talking about Strava art, a very peculiar form of drawings that are drawn with sweat. Continue reading »

John Thomson’s Remarkable Photographs of China from the 1870s

Portrait of Young Manchu Woman in her Wedding Dress.

John Thomson (1837-1921) created work that was ground-breaking and pioneering. Far more pioneering than an innovative coiffure or a teen’s product placement on YouTube. Continue reading »

Jim Naughten’s Digital Paintings: The Artist Creates Worlds that Seem Both Familiar and Fictional

Jim Naughten (previously featured) is an artist exploring historical and natural history subject matter using photography, stereoscopy and painting. He was awarded a painting scholarship to Lancing College and later studied photography at the Arts Institute of Bournemouth. Continue reading »

Japanese Company Creates One-Piece Transparent Anti-fog and Anti-Splash UV Sunglasses

Sunglasses are made of lightweight plastic and fully ergonomic. Meanwhile, it comes with the one piece nose pads to let you more comfortable. It’s scratch-resistant and unbreakable. Enjoy the comfort while being stylish! Continue reading »