Beautiful Photos of Sakura Blooming in Japan by Hidenobu Suzuki

Spring is the best season to visit Japan. You will be surprised to see the beauty of its nature. It is full of blooming trees and that for sure is a breathtaking view. I photographed this mesmerizing season of cherry blossoming. It truly looks like a dream. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The 2021 World Press Photo Contest

The World Press Photo Foundation is proud to present the category winners of the 2021 World Press Photo Contests, selected by an independent jury. The annual World Press Photo Contest rewards the best visual journalism of the past year in eight categories: Contemporary Issues, Environment, General News, Long-Term Projects, Nature, Portraits, Sports and Spot News.


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by John Minchillo, Associated Press, part of a series titled Minneapolis Unrest: The George Floyd Aftermath, which won third prize in the Spot News Stories category, shows Protesters raise their fists in defiance outside a burning fast-food restaurant near the precinct station of the officers who arrested Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, on May 29, 2020. (Photo by John Minchillo, Associated Press, World Press Photo via AP Photo) Continue reading »

The ’80s Hairdos: One of the Sexiest Hairstyles of All Time

Hairstyles in the 1980s included the mullet, tall mohawk hairstyles, jheri curls, flattops, and hi-top fades, which became popular styles. Continue reading »

Mending Clothes for a Sustainable Fashion by Ýr Jóhannsdóttir

Ýr Jóhannsdóttir or Ýrúrarí is an Icelandic designer who works mainly with textiles. While promoting slow fashion, she creates knitted pieces similar to real works of art. Continue reading »

“Surreal Quarantine 2020-2021”: A Selection of Work Performed at Home During Quarantine by Martín De Pasquale

He’s been called a Photoshop wizard by people who have seen his work and the title suits him well. Buenos Aires based digital artist and art director Martin De Pasquale (previously) creates a blended world of reality and fantasy in his photo manipulations. His art is at times comical and ironic, other times macabre and often times focused on the mortality of his body – a commentary of the world around him. Continue reading »

“A Momentary Silence”: Haunted Illustrations by Nicholas Moegly

Nicholas Moegly specializes in creating posters, key art, and album art for the music and entertainment industry, as well as designs for advertising, packaging, and branding. He has worked with several Grammy-winning artists, multiple Fortune 500 companies, international apparel and beverage brands, and has had his work shown in galleries around the world. Continue reading »

This Anesthesiologist Recreates Historical Clothes

History can be something to learn from, something to study, or just plain boring to some people. However, for some, it’s a source of inspiration and a way to unleash their creativity and style. Continue reading »

Person Uses Artificial Intelligence To Make Anime And Cartoon Characters Look More Realistic

Cartoons and anime have been and are a big part of a lot of people’s lives. They offer us grand adventures, fun, and exciting plotlines and storylines, unique, driven, and lovable characters. But have you ever wondered what the characters we all know and love would look like if they were realistic? Continue reading »

Japanese Modeler Shows a Clever 100-Yen Store Trick to Turn Your Figures Into Frozen Prisoners and Warriors

Figure and acrylic modeling artist @ume_k_bou writes in his Twitter profile that his motto for his craft is “free, easy, and dirty self-satisfaction”, and a quick look at his works proves that to be true. One of his most recent works involves a little DIY creation to “freeze” your models to give them an aesthetic boost that can be done with the help of a 100 yen store and household items. Continue reading »

The Original and Outrageous 1979 Cocaine Calendar

London’s IDEA Books have a rare 1979 cocaine calendar for sale.

The calendar was published in San Francisco (of course) by Red Dog Productions (no idea) in 1978 (duh) and is a relic from a time when cocaine use, while illegal, wasn’t considered all that bad. Seriously. Continue reading »

When Retro RPG Lets You Name The Main Character…

His journey was long and hard with many ups and downs… Continue reading »

Romantic Photos of the ’60s Couples

The 1960s that brought us the beats and the hippies, the mods and the peaceniks, was just as diverse in fashion as its social chaos might imply. Continue reading »

Sculptor Ken Kelleher Digitally Reimagines Public Spaces with Abstract Art

Ken Kelleher is an American sculptor, studied art at Alfred University under sculptors Glenn Zweygardt and William Parry. During his career he has worked at Hudson Studio, Art Foundry in New York where he worked with cast bronze pieces by William Tucker and Anthony Caro, amongst other artists. Continue reading »

“All is Inside”: The Superb Surreal Portraits by Shahab Shahmohamadi

Shahab Shahmohamadi is an illustrator, digital painter and concept artist based in Tehran, Iran. Continue reading »

This Artist Uses Makeup To Create Art On Her Face

According to Sarina Nexie: “Art is traditionally thought of as something drawn or painted on a canvas, on paper, or even on walls. For a lot of people, art is more abstract than that. The community of makeup lovers turning to use their faces as a canvas is growing by the day, and I myself joined that community three years ago. Hi, I’m Sarina. And I paint stuff on my face. Continue reading »

This Artist Paints In A Hyperrealistic Style And Some Of Her Works Look Like Photos, While Others Look Like Dreams

When it comes to hyper-realistic art, the wonderfully talented artist Kit King is a great example of what can be done when it comes to your creativity and ideas. King is a Bahamian Canadian artist who creates large-scale hyperrealist works. Her pieces are often shredded and rearranged to influence the ways in which they are perceived. Continue reading »

The Mind-Boggling Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings By Alessandro Paglia

Artist Alessandro Paglia, based in Italy, draws incredibly realistic drawings using only colored pencils on paper. The details are mesmerizing. You’d never believe they are indeed pencil drawings. It took a lot of time and patience, layering colors over colors, the final art pieces created are so full of sheen and deepness. Check them out! Continue reading »

Stunning Black and White Photos of Chicago in 1988

“A look at a man plunged into a rugged city in the diversity of his urbanism” is how the sociologist and historian Henri Peretz describes Chicago. Continue reading »

French Artist Creates Surrealistic Images That Show A Post-Apocalyptic World Overtaken By Nature

Imagine if, what if, at the beginning of the 21st century, humanity ceased to exist, leaving room for nature to reign fully? What if the Earth was completely empty of people? For most of us, it may sound like an apocalyptic fantasy script for a new upcoming Hollywood movie. However, the idea behind Chris Morin’s work is not pessimistic at all as he whisks us away to a peaceful world where humanity ceased to exist a long time ago. Continue reading »

30 Inspiring Photos From One Eyeland 2020 Awards

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year – Gold

One Eyeland Awards is delighted to unveil its winners for 2020. Adjudged by a jury of 25 eminent artists, the awards this year received over 3100 images from 51 countries. In all, our choosy judges decided to give out 30 Camera Trophies, 42 Golds, 134 Silvers, 231 Bronzes and 219 Finalists. Continue reading »

“Shadows”: Winners & Merit Awards Of AAP Magazine’s Photo Contest

1st Place ($500 Cash Prize) – Oliver Stegmann, Switzerland

Here are the winners and merits awards of All About Photo’s “Shadow” Photo Contest. Photographers from around the world can submit their work on the All About Photo Website. For this contest, the first prize goes to Oliver Stegmann from Switzerland he won a $500 cash prize. Continue reading »

“Desperate Dreams”: Awesome Retro-Styled Illustrations by Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas is a freelance illustrator best known for his eerie, nostalgic yet acutely contemporary illustrations. Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, he achieved international recognition; still, his illustrations have something special, a je-ne-sais-quoi which makes the world wonder if there’s maybe more to it than what we encounter at first sight. Continue reading »

“Rite of Passage”: Striking Vintage Photos of Florida Spring Break in the ‘80s

The traditional Spring Break is an entirely American tradition, a purge of pure hedonism before returning to student life. A tradition which has alcohol, music, sex and vigor at its core. Continue reading »

Brazil Building New Jesus Statue Taller than Christ the Redeemer


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A 140 feet tall statue of Jesus is being built in Brazil. The monument will be even taller than the famous 90-year-old Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janero. Continue reading »

Blanc – World’s First HEPA Filter Powered Full-Face Modular Mask

We survived 2020, everything is permissible now. You do not have to wait anymore to dress however you want, wear a futuristic mask, live the cyberpunk dream! Before you know it everyone will be rocking their own cool mask.

Blanc is a cool face mask that shatters expectations of what a mask can do. You will be breathing fresh air through a HEPA filter, protecting your identity, and most importantly, having fun doing so with custom interchangeable panels. Continue reading »