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LEGO Unveils Gigantic 6,000+ Piece ‘The Lord of the Rings’ Rivendell Set

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LEGO just released a massive Lord of the Rings-inspired set that recreates the elven sanctuary of Rivendell from the blockbuster films. Continue reading »

Viral AI-Generated Visuals of Countries as Women That Must Be Seen

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Traditionally, we think of countries as defined by their geography, demographics, cultural heritage, economic strength, and political systems. Continue reading »

Exploring the Delicious Slices of London: A Look at Cafes from the 1980s

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In Peter Marshall’s second collection of photographs capturing the cafes of London between 1980 and 1990, we are transported back to a time before chain coffee shops dominated the high street. Mo’s, Maggie’s, Ivy’s, Pegy’s and more, these cafes offered a glimpse into a simpler era, prior to the plethora of styles and flavors available today. Continue reading »

A Look Back at the Workplaces and Offices of the 1970s and 1980s

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The office has undergone a dramatic transformation over the past several decades, evolving in layout, style, colors, work culture, and technology. The modern office is geared towards individuality, with ergonomic design and cutting-edge technology playing a crucial role in this transition. Continue reading »

Uncovering the Tech Hype Graveyard: Examining the Causes of Failed Next-Big-Things

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Technology, as we know it, is changing at a rapid pace. We upgrade our phones and laptops so often that it’s increasingly difficult to keep up. The most recent innovation is Chat GPT, which has wowed people with its natural speech and vast knowledge. But are these advances truly revolutionary and will they stick around? Continue reading »

Explore the Golden Age of American Roadside Culture through Vintage Photos from the 1960s to the 2000s

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The United States is one- of-a-kind when it comes to traveling within its own borders. It’s not just about flights, but also about taking road trips through its vast landscape filled with roadside attractions. Continue reading »

Cats and Dogs Take Over Sheet Music with Composer’s Creative Touch

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Noam Oxman has crafted a beautiful piece of music as a memorial tribute for his chubby cat. The musical notation is composed of ten instruments in ten measures, and its sound is surprisingly good. He describes his cat as a “sprinkle of playful piccolo, a touch of warm strings, and a sweet harmony progression,” a description that aptly applies to the music as well. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Photos Of The 2022 Budapest International Photo Awards

Nature / Wildlife – Silver: “Divine Beauty Of An Arctic Fox” by Marcello Galleano
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The 2021 Budapest International Photo Awards (BI FA) recently announced the winners and top honorees from thousands of entries around the world. BIFA is an inspirational community that recognizes the power and influence of photography in shaping how we see the world. Continue reading »

Stunning Winning Photos Of The 2022 Underwater Photographer Of The Year Competition

The 2022 Underwater Photographer of the Year Competition had over $100,000 in prizes and revealed stunning winning photos. Nirupam Nigam, the Editor-in-Chief of the Underwater Photography Guide, spoke about the competition saying, “It is clear from this year’s winning images that our community of underwater photographers has dived into a new and exciting post-pandemic era. An unprecedented caliber of photos was ushered in by the lifting of travel restrictions – including our best in show image featuring another teachable moment from an octopus.”

The photo, taken by Kat Zhou in Palm Beach, Florida, depicts the bittersweet final days between a mother octopus and her young before dying of old age.

“Long Shadows” by Martin Broen. Winner, Black and White. Shot in Cenote Dos Pisos, Riviera Maya, Yucatan, Mexico
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“Getting further away from the exit to surface and safety, through the labyrinth of pitch-black tunnels, you get to see places with incredible pristine decorations. Continue reading »

Gorgeous Photos of a Young Linda Ronstadt, the First Lady of Rock, in the 1970s

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Linda Ronstadt is an iconic figure in the music industry. She is credited as the first female “arena class” rock star, having released chart-topping albums that included Heart Like a Wheel, Simple Dreams, and Living in the USA. Continue reading »

From Vikings to Mars: A Time Traveller Takes Selfies at Different Times and Locations Using a Neural Network

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Who wouldn’t want to visit different places and times, meeting some of the most famous people of those eras? Children’s dreams come true with the help of modern neural network technology. Continue reading »

Eliana Marinari’s Portraits: A Fusion of Dreamlike Atmosphere and Fuzzy Detail through Sfumato Techniques

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London-based artist, Eliana Marinari, is a prime example of how a determined and passionate artist can overcome any obstacle to pursue their dreams. Continue reading »

Superb Detailed Papercraft Sculptures by Maria Laura Benavente

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Spain-based photographer and art director Maria Laura Benavente produces stunning, intricate works of art out of paper. Her art takes on myriad forms from still life to sculptural pieces, all of which exude an effortless coolness that is hard to replicate with any other medium. In an era where almost anything can be digitally manipulated or improved through technology, Benavente is an advocate for getting back to basics with simple yet powerful materials such as paper. Continue reading »

Self Care: Artist Createed 12 Posters Dedicated To Showing Ways To Take Care Of Oneself In Depression

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The “Self care” project, created by Ukrainian artist Yuliya Osyka is a self-initiated social project, consisting of 12 illustrated posters dedicated to showing ways to live with depression and care for oneself. Continue reading »

1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt Concept Car Pictures

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The Chrysler Thunderbolt concept automobile was a revolutionary design when it debuted in the 1950s. It was made of aluminum and featured a retractable, electrically powered hardtop roof, as well as concealed headlights and enclosed wheel wells with no A-pillars. Continue reading »

‘Simpsons’ Characters Portrayed as Holocaust Victims at the Milan Shoah Memorial

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On the occasion of Holocaust Remembrance Day, artist Alexsandro Palombo created two murals at Milan’s Shoah Memorial at Central Station (Binario 21). The murals “Track 21 The Simpsons deported to Auschwitz” depict the Simpson family being transported to Nazi concentration camps. Continue reading »

Astonishing Sand Sculptures by Andoni Bastarrika That Will Make You Do a Double Take

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Andoni Bastarrika is a Spanish artist who has taken sand sculpting to new heights. His sculptures range from alligators to dogs, showcasing the potential of this seemingly ordinary material. Continue reading »

Artist Makes Uplifting Illustrations That Have Motivational Quotes In Them

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According to an artist: “Hi! My name is Amarylis, I’m an illustrator from Luxembourg and the creator of The Cute Feminist. Since the beginning of 2021, I try to post one illustration a day on my Instagram account in order to empower women one drawing at a time. Continue reading »

You Can Now Literally Wear a Dress: Bizarre Spring 2023 Women’s Fashion Collection by Viktor&Rolf

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What’s going on in the world of fashion?

It’s like a clown car, you never know what insane thing will come out next. From neon-colored hair to clothes that look like they were made out of garbage bags, to humans wearing other humans, it’s clear that you have to be a special kind of crazy to keep up with it all. But hey, at least it keeps things interesting! Just don’t be surprised if you see your coworkers or friends sporting a tutu and a pair of galoshes, because in the world of fashion, anything is possible. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Snapshots of Ancient Dinosaur Statues in Statues Parks

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It seems like dinosaur parks were all the rage a few hundred years ago. Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins’ sculptures at the London Crystal Palace Exhibition in 1851 drew crowds in the thousands. Continue reading »

Exploring Japan with Daft Punk: A Look at Rare Photographs of the Iconic Duo from 2000’s

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Daft Punk, the French electronic music duo consisting of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, is widely regarded as one of the most influential acts in the world. The duo, who formed Daft Punk in 1993 after their time together in the rock band Darlin’, is known for their iconic robot personas and hit albums such as Homework (1997). Continue reading »

Cicada: The Unspoken Horrors of Corporate White-Collar Enslavement by Shaun Tan

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Shaun Tan is a multi-talented Australian artist, writer and film maker. He has received critical acclaim for his work, including winning an Academy Award for The Lost Thing, an animated film based on his own 2000 picture book. Continue reading »

In 1996, Vogue Italia Featured a Photograph of Carla Bruni Taken by Javier Vallhonrat

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Carla Bruni, a model and singer, was photographed by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue Italia in 1996. Prior to becoming the French First Lady, she was known for her modeling and singing career. It is uncertain if she continues to sing currently. Continue reading »

3D Printed Jesus Mecha Christ Transformer

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Have you ever wondered what Jesus would look like as a transformer? Imagine if instead of dying on the cross, he used his remaining divinity to transform into a giant robot and wreak havoc on the Roman army. Now you can explore that scenario in the game Jesus Mecha Christ. Continue reading »

The Superb Bizarre Generative Artworks by Ai Ai Capitan

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The artist Ai Ai Capitan, utilizing Midjourney’s neural network, has created a series of photorealistic works that blend scenes from classic horror films. Continue reading »