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Artist Avner Geller Perfectly Illustrates Things He Has Accidentally Overheard

People say the funniest things when they think no one is listening. Avner Geller is an artist who works at Dreamworks Animation and often overhears funny and weird things people say to each other.

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“It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia”: Stunning Mid-Century Mugshots From The City Of Brotherly Love

Sometimes mugshots look like portraits. In this gallery of faces from 1950 and 1960s Philadelphia, photo collector Mark Michaelson picks mugshots that make us stop, look and keep looking.

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Incredible Cityscapes And Urban Photography By Harimao Lee

Harimao Lee is a talented self-taught photographer, filmmaker, traveler and urban explorer from Hong Kong. Harimao focuses on traveling, he shoots amazing street, rooftop, lifestyle and aerial photography. Lee uses Canon EOS 60D camera.

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Photographer Analyzes Brain Waves To Construct Portraits Of People’s Ideal Selves

Everyone wants to change at least one thing about themselves. No matter how many cheesy songs are written about embracing your imperfections, we all still catch ourselves occasionally thinking about our ideal appearances where all our “flaws” are corrected.

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Famous Album Covers Brought Onto Their Original New York City Locations Where They Were Shot

The Ramones at Inscope Arch. (cover to a 45-single)

(photo by David Gahr)

Bob Egan’s hobby is really interesting. He brings classic albums to the present. He finds the actual location, where each cover was shot and alternates the angle and distance, so as the photo can match the current version of the venue.

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Athletes From Around The World Strip Off For A Saucy Charity Calendar

Cross-fit champions, ballerinas and horse riders are among the 18 sportsmen and women who showed off their toned physiques for the project, which was photographed at locations around Warsaw, Poland.

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Provocative Photography By Artur Birkle

Artur Birkle is a talented photographer based in Germany. Artur shoots a lot of provocative, eroticism and intimate photography.

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Street Art “Surgeon” Cuts Open Cartoon And Media Characters To Reveal Their Anatomy

Nychos is a street artist from Austria who creates spectacular, detailed artworks. Nychos grew up in a little village near Graz (Styria, South of Austria). He calls it the green hell. Born into an Austrian hunter’s family, he saw, at a very young age, things which normal people would consider as cruel and brutal.

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Hilarious Illustrations By Nacho Díaz Arjona

This is some work by hilarious and talented t-shirt illustrator Nacho Díaz Arjona. He seems to love taking everyday objects and situations and putting them into bizarre situations. His portfolio is a perfect combination of cuteness and morbidity… but always funny.

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Artist Lucy Litman Impressively Matches Tons Of Tasty Treats With Pantone Colors

Lucia Litman likes to play with her food – but in the best, most creative way possible.

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Graphic Designer Uses Gigantic Billboard To Propose To Girlfriend – And Asks For Answer By Text


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Graphic designer Gareth Illidge plucked up the courage to make a big romantic gesture to his girlfriend by designing a billboard. He also added a string of emojis to his very public gesture – and the hastag “don’t say no this cost a fortune”.

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The Daredevil Female Photographer Who Lowers Herself Into Active Volcanoes

The German photographer Ulla Lohmann takes studying volcanoes to the extreme: she lowers herself into active volcanoes to take pictures.

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Fabulous Vintage Photos Showing The Amazing Women’s Street Style From The 1920s

The 1920s also known as the roaring twenties is the year of explosive creativity and innovative fashion styles. The economic prosperity after the First World War brought about widespread availability of high fashion items to almost all walks of life.

April 21, 1927. “Do ducks swim? Misses Eugenia Dunbar and Mary Moose.” The main focus here is of course the horse trough, once a common item of street furniture in many big cities.

It was the decade where people became bold and daring about their fashion styles, abandoning the formal and restricted fashions of the past years. If it weren’t for fashion designers from the 1920s, we wouldn’t have laid our hands on timeless fashion items like cloche hats, flapper dresses, and high heeled shoes. As a remembrance of the era’s flourishing fashion game, here are photos showing the amazing women’s street style from the 1920s.

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This Is The Most Mind-Blowing Newspaper Ad You Have Ever Seen

If you are like most people I know, you don’t spend much time reading newspapers these days (and I do mean the ones of the actual paper variety) and even less time browsing through their ad sections. But you know what, once you’ve seen the images below, you will probably start wondering about the things you may be missing out on. I know I am.

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Magical Photos Of China Taken By The US Photographer Tristan Zhou

Tristan Zhou is a talented self-taught photographer, retoucher, filmmaker and art director currently based in downtown Seattle, Washington, USA. Tristan shoots amazing urban, rooftop, lifestyle and aerial photography. He recently visited China and shared some amazing photos of the most beautiful country on earth.

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