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Chinese Women Use These Swimsuits To Keep Their Skin White

Sometimes they go full Power Rangers or Mexican wrestlers. Photos by Philipp Engelhorn.

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Emergency Compliments To Cheer You Up

Sometimes you need someone to tell you it’s ok. Sometimes you need someone to tell you your breath smells great. Sometimes you need someone to tell you you were spellbinding in your high school production of Grease. Sometimes you need a poster or a cell phone case or a tote bag to tell you that.

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“Antisocial” – The Irony Of Loneliness In Social Networks

Here is the “Antisocial” project of the American designer Mike Campau, who looks at the fall of the giants that have become Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin or Snapchat. A reflection on loneliness and our solitary publications, lost in the middle of an ocean of information, but also on the first signs of decline of these famous social networks.

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“The Faces Of Fear”: The Superb Dark Concept Art By Anthony Jones

Anthony Jones is a concept artist and illustrator working in the film and video game industry. He has worked for companies such as Blizzard Entertainment, SCEA Santa Monica, Hasbro and ROBLOX Corporation.

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“Under The Electric Sky”: Beautiful Portrait Photography In Neon Lights By Tom Dewh

Tom Dewh is a talented self-taught photographer and retoucher currently based in Los Angeles, California. Tom focuses on portraiture, he shoots marvelous fashion, beauty, lifestyle and moody portrait photography. Dewh uses Nikon D750 camera with Nikon 85mm 1.8 and Sigma 35mm 1.4 lens.

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The Spectacular Winning Photos Of The 2018 Birth Becomes Her Photography Contest

Overall Winner. Marijke Thoen of Marijke Thoen Geboortefotografie – Serving Lochristi, Belguim – “Stunning Siblings First Encounter”

The winners of the 2018 Birth Becomes Her photography contest were recently announced and this year, the photos are more stunning than ever.

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Deaf People Show How To Swear In Sign Language, And It’s Shamefully Entertaining

In case you weren’t aware, deaf people swear just as much as the rest of us – they’re just able to do it a little more discreetly. YouTube channel Cut has helped us all join in on the fun by posting a video in which 7 deaf people show how to say all of your favorite curse words in American Sign Language, and it’s so much more fun than just flipping the bird.

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“The East End In Colour”: Rare And Gorgeous Kodachrome Photographs Of London In The 1960s And 1970s


Brushfield Street, 1970 © David Granick/Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives

These previously unpublished photographs by David Granick capture the streets and waterways of London’s East End in the warm hues of Kodachrome film. Journey back in time to a place now long vanished.

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“Celebrated For You”: The Birthdays Of Hollywood Directors

Food artist and photographer Henry Hargreaves teamed up with set designer and installation artist Nicole Heffron for a year-long birthday project. And not just any birthday, either. Each month is about the birthday of a Hollywood filmmaker with an avid fanbase.

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Here’s What Marijuana Looks Like Under The Microscope

Now you can see how cannabis appears to the scientists who study it, thanks to a book called ‘Cannabis Under The Microscope: A Visual Exploration of Medicinal Sativa and C. Indica’ by Ford McCann. The book features over 170 images of cannabis in its full glory, taken with optical and scanning electron microscopes.

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Polish Photographer Ezo Oneir Leads Us Into A Universe Through Surreal Creations Inspired By The Slavic Myths And Legends

I invite you to discover the work of the Polish photographer Ezo Oneir, who leads us into a universe through surreal creations. Ezo uses inspiration from other worlds and dimensions. She offers us beautiful pictures, featuring her models in dark esoteric and oneiric compositions.

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Photographer Johnny Joo Captures Forgotten Structures Overtaken By Nature

Photographer Johnny Joo explores abandoned structures overtaken by the natural surroundings that had originally been tamed to make space for them. Joo captures ferris wheels, cottages, malls, schools, armories, and thruways as they slip back into obscurity, covered in undergrowth, vines, and trees. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the 27-year-old photographer has spent the last ten years traversing the country to explore abandoned spaces.

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The Blinged-Out Work Trucks Of Japan Photographed By Todd Antony

For more than 40 years Japanese truck drivers have been piling on lights, patterned fabrics, and other over-the-top adornments to their work trucks, creating moving masterpieces covered in LEDs. This tradition of decorated trucks or “Dekotora” originated from a 1970s Japanese movie series inspired by Smokey and the Bandit titled Torakku Yaro or “Truck Rascals.”

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A Single Book Disrupts The Foundation Of A Brick Wall By Jorge Méndez Blake

The Castle is a 2007 project by Mexican artist Jorge Méndez Blake that subtly examines the impact of a single outside force. For the installation, he constructed a 75 x 13 foot brick wall that balances on top of a single copy of Franz Kafka’s The Castle. The mortarless wall bulges at the site of the inserted text, creating an arch that extends to the top of the precarious structure.

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Powerful Illustrations By Japanese Artist That Will Make You Think

A picture is worth a thousand words… At least that’s exactly how people feel when seeing illustrations by a mysterious Japanese artist Avogado6.

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