Before the end of World War II, French automaker Panhard et Levassor foresaw that post-war demand for their typically large and expensive cars would be limited and that a smaller less expensive model would be needed. Designer Louis Bionier began development of a small two-box “voiture populaire” (people’s car) that would be powered by engineer Louis Delagarde’s new air-cooled two-cylinder boxer engine driving the front wheels. Continue reading »
The Birds is a 1963 American natural horror-thriller film produced and directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Loosely based on the 1952 story of the same name by Daphne du Maurier, it focuses on a series of sudden and unexplained violent bird attacks on the people of Bodega Bay, California, over the course of a few days. Continue reading »
For a lot of people, getting a tattoo is a big and often once-in-a-lifetime experience. This tattoo artist, Quang Phạm, helps his customers achieve realistic-looking tattoos of their loved ones. Continue reading »
Remember how we used to spend our mornings or days in front of the television, watching some great cartoons, eating cereal and trying not to laugh with our full mouths? Continue reading »
VizArt born from the desire for independence of Silvia and Leonardo. Autonomy to decide which project develop, freedom in our time management. The environment in which this reality develops is collective, where different skills meet to create unique projects with high attention to details. Continue reading »
Chilean graphic artist Jose Elgueta explores Latin American themes to produce his vibrant creations. Continue reading »
Up to the Chernobyl accident, the development of the Soviet Nuclear Energy went with confident pace. Nevertheless, many ambitious projects by the Soviet nuclear scientists as a result reject. According to one of the versions, such fate in the 1960s has suffered a six-way car with an atomic engine.
The Soviet inventive thought lagged behind the American, while in 1958 the second secretary of the USSR Embassy in Washington did not see Ford Nucleon at the industrial exhibition. According to a number of sources, the Soviet analogue of the atomic machine began with Nikita Khrushchev’s light hand. Continue reading »
Instagram account @ArtButMakeItSports really deserves more followers. The idea behind it is to find matching artwork and sports moment. Continue reading »
Five gargantuan oaks, one of which is said to have provided the inspiration for the fantasy land of Narnia, and a spectacular ‘portal rowan’ are among the unique specimens in the running to be crowned the Woodland Trust’s tree of the year for 2022.
A truly spectacular yew, with roots that grow into and around the ruins of Waverley Abbey – the first monastery founded in Britain 900 years ago by the reforming Cistercian religious order. After the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536, the abbey was dismantled. It is a beautiful tree with roots that sprawl out above ground before plunging into the earth. Its multi-stemmed form is dotted with holes, crevices and areas of decay that provide a habitat for other species. Age: The exact age is unknown but it can not be more than 480 years old. Photograph: Woodland Trust Continue reading »
Wild Portraits and Magical Landscapes: Spectacular Winning Images of The Nature TTL Photographer of The Year 2022
The Nature TTL Photographer of the Year winner has been chosen from more than 8,000 images from all over the world. From a scarred lion getting its close-up to a fish with a mouthful, entrants competed to secure category wins in wild portraits, animal behaviour, camera traps, underwater, the night sky, small world, landscapes, urban wildlife and under-16, with the overall winner chosen from the category wins.
A snow leopard scans for prey across the jagged peaks of the Ladakh mountain range in India. This image was captured during a three-year DSLR camera trap project in the Indian Himalayas. Photograph: Sascha Fonseca Continue reading »
A giant biodegradable landart painting entitled “Vers l’equilibre” (Towards balance) by French-Swiss artist Saype is pictured near the summit of the Grand Chamossaire mountain, above the alpine resort of Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland. Extending over an area of 2500 square meters, this fresco was created using biodegradable pigments made out of charcoal, chalk, water and milk proteins. Continue reading »
Rachelle Meyer is an American illustrator and artist. She’s worked for over 15 years as a freelancer specializing in narrative art, both digitally and free-hand. Continue reading »
Long before internet memes, there was Morris the Cat, the advertising mascot for 9Lives brand cat food, appearing on its packaging and in many of its television commercials since the 1970s. This particular appearance was on a 1986 calendar titled “Morris, A Cat For Our Times” that featured several pieces of technology. Continue reading »
Born 1989 in Southampton, United Kingdom – Elmo Hood is a self taught contemporary artist specialising in collage and pop art styles. Elmo currently resides and works out of Brisbane, Australia. Continue reading »
Let us present to you Sofia Warren, a talented cartoonist, writer and animator from the United States! She’s been a cartoonist for The New Yorker since 2017 and has also contributed to MoMA magazine, Narrative Magazine, and Catapult, to name a few. Her illustrations catch attention with beautiful drawings as well as clever and witty remarks that one might find weirdly relatable. Continue reading »
Charlotte Bories is a french artist from Paris, now based in Bali (Indonesia). In 2008, she graduated with a master’s degree in Art at College of Fine Arts. Ten years later, she fell in love with underwater model photography. Continue reading »
Veronika Gilková is a conceptual photographer who creates unusual photography, as if born in dreams or dreams. She graduated from UKF Nitra, Slovakia (2013), where she studied psychology. Continue reading »
Photographer Richard Silver (previously featured) has published a new series of vertical church panoramas. Despite only becoming a full-time photographer in 2011, his work has already been featured by companies such as Tiffany and Co., UNITED Airlines, TimeOut New York, and others. Continue reading »
Saudi Arabia will build one of the world’s largest structures spanning 121 kilometers in width and up to 488 meters in height, in the desert city of NEOM. Dubbed the “The Line”, the mega project is expected to cost $1 trillion and will be mostly made of reflective glass. Continue reading »
These vintage photographs of Snow King chairlifts taken between the 1950s and 1970s show people riding in a very unsafe way without deploying any safety bars or other protections. Continue reading »
The Female in Focus international award from the British Journal of Photography and its publisher 1854 Media, was established to champion the work of exceptional female photographers and combat gender inequality in the industry.
2006 – Persia Campbell
‘When the war against the cartel began in Ciudad Juárez in 2006, many of us took refuge in our private spaces (in our homes and in our bedrooms). In view of the public spaces being taken over by terrorism and violence, we made our homes a safe haven. This image represents duality and contrast. The interior is fully decorated in pastels in representation of our border aesthetic. The violence, public spaces, and the war on drugs are displayed on the television placed in the room’ Continue reading »
Olga Fedorova is an artist from Moscow, based in Brussels, Belgium. Olga studied at Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute and La Cambre National School of Visual Arts (Brussels). She has exhibited her art in England, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Continue reading »
Pazza Pennello is a Ukrainian painter, she participated in many domestic and international exhibitions. Her works are featured in the Saatchi gallery and French, Swiss, and US private collections. Continue reading »
Made by Sarah and sold on her Etsy store, these weird artworks really makes you think about the strange nature of human beings, as it seems lots of them are actually buying these crimes against good taste. And the artist is happy to oblige. Probably, NSFW. Continue reading »
From late 1955 to 1966, an aerial tram ran from the Cliff House to Point Lobos. Continue reading »