This Heartbreaking Sculpture Depicts The 82 Kids That Were Handed Over To The Nazis In The Town Of Lidice Back In 1942

World War II is known to be the deadliest conflict in human history. Somewhere between 50 to 85 million people lost their lives due to the pointless, mindless war that was based on two Utopian ideologies. Needless to say, the combat only served the upper men instead of those who fought them. Unbelievably cruel massacres and atrocities were carried out both by Soviets and Nazis – the Holodomor, Holocaust, strategic bombing, etc. Yet, the memory of those wasted lives remains. One of the most atrocious acts done by Nazis was the wiping out of the Lidice village located in former Czechoslovakia (now in the territory of Czech Republic). Continue reading »

The World’s Most Unusual Beach Is A Glacier In Russia’s Kingdom Of Permafrost

Tired of summer beach recreation? We have something special to impress you! As an alternative to an ordinary hot sand beach try to laze on the ice beach of Yakutia. It is a permafrost region, but in fact summer in Yakutia is as hot as it is in Yalta. But it has snow. Continue reading »

This Japanese-Made Sleeping Cat Sand Sculpture Molds Turn The World Into Feline Heaven

Have you ever been soothed by the sight of a napping cat when strolling around outside? Japanese design brand Ash Koncent is embracing that concept with Neko Cup – a cat sculpture and mold that creates the silhouette of a napping kitty out of your surroundings. Continue reading »

This Resort Is Offering You The Chance To Sleep Under The Stars And Over The Ocean For $400 A Night On A Net


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Imagine slowly drifting off to sleep while all you hear is the crashing ocean waves and wind. The most fun part of all is that the water is directly underneath you as you’re laying on a specifically designed net suspended directly above it. It may all sound like a distant dream, but it is possible for merely $400 a night. Continue reading »

Magical Urban And Natural Landscapes In Japan By Hiroki Furukawa

Outstanding travel landscapes by Hiroki Furukawa, a gifted self-taught photographer, and traveler based in Kumamoto, Japan. Hiroki focuses mainly on landscape photography. He travels around Japan to capture spectacular natural and urban landscapes. Continue reading »

Pietro Cataudella Playfully Merges Cartoon Characters With Real World

Italian artist Pietro Cataudella takes his sketchbook everywhere he goes, but his drawings don’t just depict of the places he visits: they become part of the landscape. Continue reading »

Woman Parodies Perfect Instagram Travel Photos With Hilariously Unphotogenic Selfies

Michelle Liu is a passionate traveler documents her journeys in a less common way. With the help of her iPhone and selfie stick, Liu captures these “chinfies” as she likes to call them. Continue reading »

45 Rare And Amazing Color Photographs Of Behind The Scenes From The Set Of ‘Alien’, 1979

An iconic film which shaped generations of sci-fi / horror films to come. Alien is a masterpiece and a film that can still invoke fear and wonder even after repeated viewings. Continue reading »

“Dressed In Light”: Fine Art Photo Series By Dani Olivier

To shoot these stunning nude portraits, Paris-based photographer Dani Olivier dressed his models with nothing but light, using their bodies as a canvas, combined with a series of geometric patterns to celebrate the beauty of the female form. Continue reading »

Photographer Evgeni Kolesnik Makes Conceptual Photos With Models Wearing Colored Flowers

Evgeni Kolesnik is a freelance photographer based in Kiev, Ukraine. He is strong in developing conceptualized photography, in various specializations such as portrait, fashion, and commercial. Continue reading »

Fantastic Digital Art & Photo Manipulations By Cristian Girotto

Cristian Girotto is an italian digital artist born in 1979. He started as graphic designer in Turin, then moved in Paris in 2007 and focused on Photoshop as creative retoucher for the advertising industry. In 2012 he decided to learn 3D softwares and add new skills to his toolset to be able to work more indipendently as a whole creative figure. His most successfull personal project is ‘L’enfant exterieur’. He’s been nominated two times one of the best 200 Digital Artists worldwide by Lürzer’s Archive. Continue reading »

25 Year Old British Man Dresses As A 19th Century Regency Gentleman In Bespoke Clothing He Designs

25 year old Zack MacLeod Pinsent of Pinset Tailoring in Brighton, U.K. is a very dapper young man who dresses as if he were a Regency gentleman from the 19th century. Pinset told the BBC that this clothing is far more comfortable for him and builds his confidence more than modern clothing ever did. In fact, he burned his last pair of jeans as a teenager. Continue reading »

Stunning Rare Photos Of The Emperor Nicholas II Fooling Around With His Friends In 1899

These photos cannot be called rare but still they are very cool to look at. They were taken in 1899 at Wolfsgarten castle not far from Darmstadt. On the photos are emperor Nicholas II, his spouse Alexandra Fedorovna and their friends – princess Ingeborg of Denmark, the Duchess of Darmstadt and prince Nicholas of Greece. As you may see nothing human was alien to the Russian arostocracy then. The images are more than a century old but the friendly and relaxed atmosphere featured on them is still felt very clearly. Continue reading »

“Where Is My Mind”: Superb Surreal Collage Artworks By Aidan Sartin Conte

talian artist and photographer Aidan Sartin Conte creates amazing collages exploring the connection between the human mind and its environment in his ‘Chrononauts Stories’ and ‘Where is my mind’ series. Continue reading »

Classic Rock And New Wave Songs Brilliantly Reimagined As Vintage Pulp Fiction Paperbacks

“London Calling” re-imagines the classic Clash song as an issue of a 1950s-era pulp detective magazine. Prints come in four sizes, priced accordingly. Prints are on heavy, glossy archival-quality paper. The perfect gift for the punk rocker in your life.

Graphic artist Todd Alcott has brilliantly reimagined classic rock and new wave songs as vintage pulp-fiction paperback books. Continue reading »