Graceful Dancers Practicing Out In The City Streets Captured By Melika Dez

Dance is a freedom of movement you can’t just trap in a studio. That is why Melika Dez, a portrait and choreography photographer, made a bold move and invited dancers to perform in the streets of New York, Paris, Montreal, and Rome and let them shine their freedom to the whole world.

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Food Artist Hellen Die Pays Tribute To Alien For Her Thanksgiving Dinner

Serving a very realistic Facehugger for Thanksgiving dinner is the strange idea of this food blogger, who pays tribute to this famous monster from the Alien saga. Between pop culture and bad taste, Hellen Die, aka Necro-Nom-Nom-Nomicon (previously featured), has created a recipe turning a roast chicken into this cult creature of horror movies, the Facehugger Feast Roasted Chicken!

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The Super Hot And Humorous 2018 New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar Is Here!

The 2018 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.

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Concept Artist Paul Chadeisson Reveals His Sinister And Industrialised Vision Of The Cities’ Futures

Futuristic cityscapes featuring soaring skyscrapers, flying cars and all-seeing video screens are popular features of sci-fi films. And now one artist has imagined how that reality would affect Paris and New York in less than a century. Gone are Paris’ breezy boulevards and grand open spaces and New York’s elegant Art Deco buildings. Instead grimy streets are lined by sinister ‘atmosphere-scraper’ buildings, while the cities’ inhabitants live in cramped conditions.

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“The Struggle For Utopia”: Everyday Soviet Life In Magnificent Photos By Semyon Friedland

Semyon Osipovich Friedland was a soviet photographer from Kiev. He was born in 1905 into a family of Jewish shoemakers. He began his career as a journalist, but then left the profession because of the censorship. In 1932 he graduated from the photography department of the State Institute of Cinematography. In 1950 Friedland worked as an editor-in-chief for the photography department of the famous “Ogonyok” (Russian: Огонёк, lit. “little flame”), which is one of the oldest weekly illustrated magazines in USSR and is published even today in Russia.

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Russian Artist Makes Beautiful Space Themed Calendar For The Year 2018

Artist’s name is Anastasia Prosochkina, she is fond of space themed art. And this year she compiled some of her favorites into a 2018 calendar.

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A Built-In Dog Bed Was Created In This Living Room Wall

When Studio North were designing this modern laneway house in Calgary, Canada, they included a built-in dog bed nook.

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Remarkable Photos Of Manhattan By Berenice Abbott From 1935

Berenice Abbott was born in Springfield, Ohio and raised by her divorced mother. She went to Ohio State University for two semesters, but left in early 1918 spending two years studying sculpture in Paris and Berlin. She studied at the Académie de la Grande Chaumiere in Paris and the Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin. During this time, and after it was suggested by the writer Djuna Barnes, she adopted the French spelling of her first name, “Berenice”.

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Hammond Fever! Vintage Sexy And NSFW Hammond Organ Album Covers

The electric organ came about in the 1930s; a few decades later, it found favor with Mad Men era bachelors and their swingin’ cocktail hour music… or just grocery store background music. Later in the decade, the Hammond found its way into rock bands and earned a few “cool points”. But by the 1970s, Hammond sales and popularity were sinking.

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“Neon Dreams”: Photographer Matthieu Bühler Explores The Streets Of Tokyo At Night

Matthieu Bühler is a talented German-French photographer and graphic designer who currently lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. Matthieu loves to capture the lights of Tokyo at night illuminating the streets and back alleys of the city. His series “Neon Dreams” features views of various places away from the famous tourist spots.

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This Lighting Collection Is Designed To Look Like Sausages In A Butcher Shop

French designer Sam Baron has created a collection of unique suspension lights for Petite Friture, that are named ‘SO-sage’.

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This Street Library In Bulgaria Encourages People To Read

“Rapana” is the first street library in Varna, Bulgaria created by a team of young architects and designers.

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Incredible Ice Sculptures By Darren Jackson


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Darren Jackson is originally from Sunderland in the North of England, he has worked and lived in London over the last five years as a Model Maker and Special Effects technician before focusing on Sculpture. He currently shares a studio in Tulse Hill, South London.

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Artist Illustrates What Would Happen If Movies And TV Shows Were Made In Real Life

If you have ever watched a movie or a TV series then you have come to the right place. Have you ever wondered what would it be like, if the characters and scenes from your favorite TV shows and movies were based in real life?

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The Family Dog Was Considered In The Design Of This Toronto House


Sarjoun Faour

When Studio AC were designing the renovation of a house in Toronto, they made sure to include a design element for the family dog.

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