Google Street Images And Street View Scenes From Slavic Countries

Serbia – This little piggy went to the market

We take Google street in general just for informational purposes, but people do not realize there are hilarious images that were recorded during Google car tour. Maybe you have seen some funny images already but this time we bring you a Google Street View in Slavic style. Images that are funny, bizarre or just plain ridiculous is what we have here, so maybe after this you will go on the street view to find more funny stuff in your neighborhood. Continue reading »

Artist Imagines What Russian Skies Would Look If They Were In 8-Bit

A Russian artist turns typical Russian landscapes into 8-bit art. Here are some of their works. He calls the project “8-bit Skies” over Russia. “The broken pixel” community decided to fantasize a bit, and this is what happened… Continue reading »

Re-Visions, 1978: Bizarre Vintage Photo Postcards By Marcia Resnick

In 1978 Coach House Press published Marcia Resnick’s book, Re-visions, with minimal text and promotional blurbs by an impressive array of artists and writers including Allen Ginsberg, Andy Warhol, and William S. Burroughs. Terry Southern, who complimented Resnick’s success in conveying “her subliminally erotic design” without actually showing penetration, admitted to “responding to the imagery with a healthy and ever-increasing tumescence.” Continue reading »

A Restored Chevrolet Impala In Moscow, Russia

This old Chevy has a rich history. It was brought to Russia back in Soviet times by a Belgian diplomat. Then it was discarded and stayed somewhere in Moscow suburbs for years. Then, bought back in 2008 and then meticiously restored back to life. And here how it was. Continue reading »

These Craftsmen Are Making Stunning Furniture And Art Objects Out Of Parts Of The Soviet And Russian Airplanes And Helicopters

“Our manufactory specializes in making furniture, interior solutions, and art-objects out of parts of airplanes and helicopters. Before turning into beautiful things, aircraft fragments go through multilevel manufacture cycle, starting from prior selection of parts of aircrafts and ending with packaging of finished goods. Fine-tuning and operability of this cycle – is our goal. This goal can be considered achieved, if you like our goods. Continue reading »

The World’s Greatest Gallery Of Seductive Carrots

This kind of high-quality relevant content is exactly the reason why Al Gore invented the internet. Scroll down to see the greatest collection of seductive carrots in the world! Continue reading »

2019 New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar Is Here!

The 2019 New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar, a comedic take on the traditional pin-up, features 12 of the city’s most scintillating and good-humored yellow cab drivers.

A portion of each calendar sale benefits University Settlement, America’s oldest settlement house (1886), based in New York City and serving over 30,000 immigrant and working individuals and families every year with basic services like quality education, housing, recreation and wellness opportunities, and literacy programs. Continue reading »

Wayne Sorce’s Cityscapes Captured NYC And Chicago In Gorgeous Color


1984. Dave’s Restaurant, New York. IMAGE: WAYNE SORCE/JOSEPH BELLOWS GALLERY

Born in Chicago in 1946, Wayne Sorce studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and went on to have a distinguished career in photography.

In the 1970s and ‘80s, Sorce explored the urban landscapes of New York and Chicago with his large format camera, making precisely balanced compositions of color, geometry, and light that also recorded the era’s particular styles of signage, advertising, and automobile design. Continue reading »

This House Sings Like A Saxophone At Night

This house in Yekaterinburg, Russia is sort of famous around the neighborhood. It has a lot of ventilation pipes going around the building, and at night when the wind is strong the house starts to “sing”. The pipes are like a labyrinth, intertwined among each other and go to the top of the building passing by the windows of the apartments. Continue reading »

Supercool Pics Of Bugatti Cars In The 1920s And 1930s


1927 Bugatti Type 41 Royale Coupe Napoleon with family driver

Bugatti was founded in in 1909 in Molsheim, France by Ettore Bugatti an Italian imigrant. The company produced expensive, and in the case of the Royalle some of the most exclusive bespoke cars in the world. The T35’s and T51’s were amongst the most sucessful voiterette racing cars.

Bugatti also produced aircraft engines and the engines for French rail cars. The badge not only bears the name Bugatti but the initials of Ettore Bugatti with an inverted E. Continue reading »

Ultrasonic Airliner On Display – A Rare Sight


Marina Lystseva

Just a couple lucky people got permission to attend – a display of rare plane – first our take on superjet – supersonic airliner that could fly at speeds of mach. Those were Tus, Tu-144s – built in 1970s. Back in time, in 68 – they decided build a jet that could fly as fast as MiG. Like Concord but Soviet model. Continue reading »

Stunning Aerial Photos Of The Beautiful Planet Earth From Space


London 51°30′26′′N, 0°7′39′′W. London is the capital and most populous city of Great Britain. Situated on the River Thames, it is the world’s most-visited city as measured by international arrivals and is recognised for being home to a diverse range of people and cultures. More than 300 languages are spoken in the Greater London area. (Photo by Daily Overview/DigitalGlobe, a Maxar Company) Continue reading »

URME: Your Personal Surveillance Identity Prosthetic


Andrey Stekachev/The Village

The URME Personal Surveillance Identity Prosthetic demonstrates the latest in 3D printing technology. Made from a pigmented hard resin, this mask is both a 3D scan of artist Leo Selvaggio’s face, as well as photo realistic rendering of his features, such as skin tone, texture and hair. Continue reading »

This Russian Girl Uses Make Up To Perfectly Turn Into Celebrities

The girl you see (on the left) is a normal Russian student girl from Omsk, her name is Alisa Dronova. However in her free time she is fond of changing her face into some well known celebrities with the help of make up. Some of her works can surprise you, really. Here: Lana Del Rey Continue reading »

Debbie Harry Photographed By Chris Stein For Punk Magazine Centerfold Shoot In 1976

A few decades ago, up-and-coming punk-pop star Debbie Harry had a photographer on hand to chronicle her every move – her friend, bandmate and lover Chris Stein. These photographs of Debbie Harry are from an outtake from Punk Magazine centerfold shoot which were shot in a Bowery loft in New York City, 1976. Continue reading »