Face of 4000-Year-Old Dog Revealed by Forensic Reconstruction

Face of 4000-Year-Old Dog Revealed by Forensic Reconstruction

A reconstruction, commissioned by Historic Environment Scotland (HES), has revealed the face of a Neolithic dog for the first time in over 4,000 years. The reconstruction has been created from the skull of a dog discovered in Cuween Hill chambered cairn on Orkney. Continue reading »

“40p Static Movie – Bullet Speed”: Insane Action Photoshoot by Chen Zhun for FHM China

"40p Static Movie – Bullet Speed": Insane Action Photoshoot by Chen Zhun for FHM China

Back to 2008, photographer Chen Zhun for FHM China – reveals the complete anime story with all its essential elements: action, girls, guns, violence and futurism! True to the title, you can see all the photo sequences (it ties up to a cop-criminal chase with big guns, big bikes, explosions, sexy uniforms you name it) here. Let’s just say, China is really stepping up in their creative superpower because I think this editorial really kicks ass! Continue reading »

Craig Burrows Photographs Plants and Flowers Using an Ultraviolet-Induced Visible Fluorescence Photography Process

Craig Burrows Photographs Plants and Flowers Using an Ultraviolet-Induced Visible Fluorescence Photography Process

Craig Burrows photographs plants and flowers using a type of photography called UVIVF or ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence. In order to capture the unseen glowing he has to shoot the plants in the darkest environment possible, using a 365nm LED light which is passed through a filter to transmit only UV and infrared light. The ethereal results are always surprising because each plant reacts uniquely and some plants just aren’t as UV photogenic as others. Continue reading »

The Majesty Of The Animal Kingdom in Amazing Photographs by Simen Johan

The Majesty Of The Animal Kingdom in Amazing Photographs by Simen Johan

Simen Johan’s nature photography is majestic and enchanting, and right now it’s helping me to remember the beauty and magic of Mother Nature. Black Men are being hunted down like prey in the streets of America by racist police, but the way humans have set up this system doesn’t reflect the natural world we all come from. While looking at these photos, I’m daydreaming about a world without racism of any kind, where human unity reigns supreme! Continue reading »

Awesome Photos of Stephen King Posing With His Beloved Cats From the 1980s

Awesome Photos of Stephen King Posing With His Beloved Cats From the 1980s

“Cats were the gangsters of the animal world, living outside the law and often dying there. There were a great many of them who never grew old by the fire.” ― Stephen King, Pet Sematary. Continue reading »

The Incredible Photo-Realistic Portrait Tattoos of Oleg Shepelenko

The Incredible Photo-Realistic Portrait Tattoos of Oleg Shepelenko

Oleg Shepelenko, a talented tattoo artist from Rostov-on-Don, Russia, has been getting international recognition thanks to his insanely detailed portrait tattoos. Continue reading »

Miniature Life Exhibition Shows Whimsical Uses of Everyday Items by A Japanese Artist

Miniature Life Exhibition Shows Whimsical Uses of Everyday Items by A Japanese Artist

Tatsuya Tanaka is a Japanese artist that’s an expert at looking at small things and creating a whole world out of them. Continue reading »

Hilarious Comics By Norwegian Mom Jade Nordahl That Perfectly Capture What Motherhood Is Like

Hilarious Comics By Norwegian Mom Jade Nordahl That Perfectly Capture What Motherhood Is Like

No matter how many articles and books on parenting you read or how many stories you hear, none of them can prepare you for the true reality of parenting. There are so many things that are rarely talked about even though they’re an inseparable part of parenthood, such as sleepless nights, temper tantrums, and loads and loads of diapers – and Norwegian mother of two Jade Nordahl decided to illustrate all of that in her funny and honest comics. Continue reading »

‘Vertical Forest’ in Chinese Residential Complex Becomes Mosquito-Infested Jungle

'Vertical Forest' in Chinese Residential Complex Becomes Mosquito-Infested Jungle

The Qiyi City Forest Garden residential complex in Chengdu, China, was supposed to be a green paradise for its residents, but two years on, the vertical forest concept has turned into a nightmare. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Eerie Sculptures That Look Like Victorian-Era Ghosts Emerging From Mirrors

This Artist Creates Eerie Sculptures That Look Like Victorian-Era Ghosts Emerging From Mirrors

Michael Locascio is a New Jersey-based artist and the owner of Dellamorte & Co. – an online store that sells all sorts of eerie and macabre sculptures that draw inspiration from mythical creatures, catacombs, and mysticism. And even though Michael’s store is already incredibly successful with over 39k sales and nothing but positive reviews, one specific sculpture recently caught the attention of Twitter users. Continue reading »

This German Grandma Spends 30 Thousand Euros To Tattoo Her Whole Body

This German Grandma Spends 30 Thousand Euros To Tattoo Her Whole Body

It’s not a joke. German grandma and tattoo model Kerstin Tristan spent 30 thousand Euros ($35,000) for body tattoos. It should not be said that it is impossible, when it comes to tattooing everything happens. Continue reading »

For the Last Decade, Artist and Collector Thomas Sauvin Recovered Discarded Negatives from A Recycling Plant Outside Beijing

For the Last Decade, Artist and Collector Thomas Sauvin Recovered Discarded Negatives from A Recycling Plant Outside Beijing

Since 2009, the French collector and artist Thomas Sauvin has salvaged discarded negatives from a recycling plant on the edge of Beijing, negatives that were destined to destruction. Continue reading »

Photographer Michal Zahornacky Creates Minimalistic Architectural Collages Inspired By The Current Pandemic Situation

Photographer Michal Zahornacky Creates Minimalistic Architectural Collages Inspired By The Current Pandemic Situation

Michal Zahornacky is professional fine art photographer from Slovakia.

The main role in his photography plays the human. He mainly focuses on fine-art and conceptual portraits. He brings thoughts and moods to his photographs which he always shows in unclear imagination. Continue reading »

Cartoonist Illustrated Six Types Of Plant Parents. Which One Are You?

Cartoonist Illustrated Six Types Of Plant Parents. Which One Are You?

We all know that millennials love plants. Feeling depressed? Get a plant! Home looks dull? How about adding a plant? No money for raising a family? No worries, get a plant! Continue reading »

Photographer Forms Landscapes Using Just Human Bodies And The Result Looks Majestic

Photographer Forms Landscapes Using Just Human Bodies And The Result Looks Majestic

Carl Warner considers himself a ‘photographic illustrator’, one who creates something from nothing or transforms one thing into another rather than simply capturing it. And if you want to find out what that means, look no further than his series called Bodyscapes. Continue reading »

Russian Street Artist Shows Off His Amazing Calligraphy Artwork On The Local Tram

Russian Street Artist Shows Off His Amazing Calligraphy Artwork On The Local Tram
Dmitry Chabanov

Here’s a Russian tram after the Stenograffia, a festival of calligraphy in Yekaterinburg. The author of the painting was a calligrapher Vasya Bas. The main message, encrypted in the intricacy of the letters was the phrase: “Life is movement”. Continue reading »

Makeup Artist Creates Dark Fantasy Costumes From The Lightweight Wearable Porcelain And Stained Glass

Makeup Artist Creates Dark Fantasy Costumes From The Lightweight Wearable Porcelain And Stained Glass

According to Joyce Spakman, a Netherlands-based the artist who elevated the make-up art: “I am a professional makeup artist and a self-taught stylist. Whenever I am trying to come up with new creatures, costumes, or sagas for a costume/makeup look, it quite often happens that some of the more beautiful materials I would love to work with are simply not usable because of their sheer weight. Continue reading »

These Young People from Lagos, Nigeria Took Smartphone Photography to The Next Level

These Young People from Lagos, Nigeria Took Smartphone Photography to The Next Level

People on the internet are proving to us again and again that creativity costs $0. Take these young people from Lagos, Nigeria as an example—without any expensive equipment or fancy gear, they took some stunning shots that could be surely mistaken for a professional ad campaign. Continue reading »

“Belfast Kids”: Photographer Dave Sinclair Shows Us the Faces and Lives of Children in The City Affected by Social and Political Change and Upheaval

"Belfast Kids": Photographer Dave Sinclair Shows Us the Faces and Lives of Children in The City Affected by Social and Political Change and Upheaval

Liverpool-born photographer Dave Sinclair (previously) visited Belfast in April and May 1988 while working for the Militant Newspaper. Continue reading »

“Lockdown Heroes”: Essential Workers Turned Into Comics Heroes

"Lockdown Heroes": Essential Workers Turned Into Comics Heroes

To pay tribute to the ones who worked during the lockdown to provide us an access to essential services, Tomo Taka, a London-based creative, turned them into comic books heroes. Continue reading »

These Amazing Vivid Photochromes Depict the Princely County of Tyrol in 1890, a Mountainous Region of The Austro-Hungarian Empire

These Amazing Vivid Photochromes Depict the Princely County of Tyrol in 1890, a Mountainous Region of The Austro-Hungarian Empire
Library of Congress

These amazing postcards depict the Princely County of Tyrol, an mountainous region of the Austro-Hungarian empire. The pictures were created using the Photochrom process, a revolutionary procedure that consists of producing ink-based images through the direct photographic transfer of an original negative onto litho and chromographic printing plates. Continue reading »

Unfinished Wool Felt Cat Doll Haunts Japanese Twitter User

Unfinished Wool Felt Cat Doll Haunts Japanese Twitter User

Twitter user @ponkotuonnna shows, the hobby can also yield some terrifying works, particularly if they’re left unfinished!

@ponkotuonnna recently shared proof of that on Twitter. While cleaning up their house, @ponkotuonnna stumbled upon a wool felt cat they had once worked on, but given up halfway through the process. They were obviously frightened, particularly as the earless creature seems to be saying “you thought you could get rid of me?” Continue reading »

Provocative Images of Young Men in Blue Jeans in Post-War Switzerland

Provocative Images of Young Men in Blue Jeans in Post-War Switzerland

An unsung pioneer of vernacular photography since the 1950s, Karlheinz Weinberger (1921–2006) captured a young generation of Swiss rebels who were greatly influenced by American culture. Continue reading »

New Bronze Melania Trump Statue Unveiled in Slovenia After Original Was Set on Fire

New Bronze Melania Trump Statue Unveiled in Slovenia After Original Was Set on Fire
AP

A bronze statue representing U.S. first lady Melania Trump was unveiled Tuesday in her native Slovenia to replace a wooden one that was set on fire in July. The new sculpture is a replica of the original one by U.S. artist Brad Downey and placed near Trump’s hometown of Sevnica, in central Slovenia. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist’s Puzzling “Spot the Killer” Murder Mystery Has Net Baffled

Japanese Artist’s Puzzling “Spot the Killer” Murder Mystery Has Net Baffled

Japanese illustrator Shida has a talent for dark and thought-provoking artwork that has just enough detail combined with an air of mystery that invites you to fill in the blanks by imagining a story to go along with it. That’s probably a big reason why Shida has been able to befuddle so many with a simple question accompanying a murder-mystery themed illustration: “Who killed that girl with the red hair?” Continue reading »