Colorful Concept Artworks By Kaloyan Stoyanov

Professional concept artists put in the hours to achieve their dreams. Concept art is a mix of realism and imagination to create beautiful works of art for video games and movies. Meet Kaloyan Stoyanov, illustrator and concept artist based in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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Beautiful Black And White Portraits Of Celebrities Taken By Kate Barry

Kate Barry (1967-2013) was a photographer born into the bohemian royal family of Parisian society. She is the first daughter of actress, singer and muse Jane Birkin and James Bond composer John Barry and was raised by singer Serge Gainsbourg. You may not necessarily recognize her name or be able to pick out her photographs as one would a Helmut Newton or Irving Penn, but Kate Barry is no less adored within the world of fashion, music and film.

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Stunning Winners Of The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017

Overall and urban wildlife category winner: Daniel Trim, Heathrow roostings.

“In winter, pied wagtails roost communally in urban areas, both for protection and for the additional warmth given off by buildings and lights. This extra degree or two can make the difference in harsh weather. Here, a single individual out of hundreds is silhouetted by the lights of Terminal 5 at Heathrow airport”. (Photo by Daniel Trim/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017)

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“Angels And Demons”: The Superb Digital Concept Art Of Peter Mohrbacher

Peter Mohrbacher, a concept artist and illustrator working in San Francisco, is best known for his work on Magic: The Gathering, and is the Art Lead for Dragons of Atlantis.

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Beautiful And Never Seen Vintage Soviet ‘Antonov’ Plane Ads

A few photos of Soviet vintage ‘Antonov’ airplane ads target to Western buyers. Because the managers of the company was reasonably thinking that most of the buyers of the planes from abroad would be men, they decided to put women on the pictures.

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Japan’s Earthquake-Tesistant Dome Houses


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Nestled near a volcano in southern Japan, 450 quake-resistant dome houses put up by a health resort and decorated with flowers and dinosaurs are drawing visitors from across Asia. A dozen polystyrene foam pieces, each so light that two adults can pick it up, are glued together to make the houses. Cabins modelled after Japanese sweets and made from polystyrene foam withstood last year’s deadly earthquakes in Kumamoto prefecture.

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Australian Bureau Of Meteorology’s 2018 Calendar

A full moon alongside the planet Mars shining through cirrostratus clouds over Kosciuszko national park.

Luke Tscharke/Australian Bureau of Meteorology

The annual calendar features stunning shots of lighting, cloud formations and the aurora australis. Hundreds of photographers from every Australian state and territory submitted images to the Bureau of Meteorology for selection in the year’s calendar, with only the best chosen to represent the full spectrum of Australian weather.

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“Re-Enact Russia”: Bringing Past Into The Present

This project brings together 14 of the characters involved in the reconstruction of various periods of Russian history: from the 9th century until the end of the second world war.

Alexander, 26, 9th century, warrior

For the present, and their favourite eras they picked up hashtags — keywords that most closely express the spirit of the time.

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Moncler Releases A Line Of Luxury Puffer Jackets For Dogs

Moncler‘s signature padded coats are now re-designed for puppies in a new charming collection for the Fall/Winter 2017 season.

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This Clip Bag By Peter Bristol, Designed To Look Like A Binder Clip

It is a familiar trope these days, but fun nonetheless: take a common object, tweak the scale and transform the materials, and you get a new item that has a recognizable shape but a distinct new function.

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Really Weird Things That Were Washed Up On The Shore

The ocean hides many secrets not only because it is under-researched but also because it washes things up on beaches that we never expected to see. It’s not always seashells and starfish!

Giant pipes

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Giant pipes 6.5 feet in diameter (2 meters) fell into the sea during transportation. Norfolk inhabitants were extremely surprised to find them on the beach in August 2017. The longest pipe was 1,640 feet (500 meters).

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Giant Spider Webs Weave Through Jerusalem Forest


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Giant spider webs, spun by long-jawed spiders (Tetragnatha), cover sections of the vegetation along the Soreq creek bank, near Jerusalem.

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Stunning Photos Capture Bicycles From Underneath In Rarely Seen Angles

Lithuanian photographer Andrius Burba (previously featured) uses a special glass-tabled photography stand to capture how bicycles look from underneath. How’s that for some new perspective?

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The Safe Word Is “Barbie”: Russian Designer Creates Kinky Doll-Sized BDSM Furniture And Accessories

Russian designer Mick resides Novosibirsk — a city in the southwestern region of Siberia near the Ob River. According to his Etsy page, Mick has been making his little torture devices and equipment for about a year and will allegedly make custom BDSM pieces for you in either doll or human scale.

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Beautiful Handcrafted Tool Chess Set By The House Of Staunton

Headquartered in the United States, the House of Staunton manufacturers the world’s finest Chess equipment, no wonder they are the official sponsor and the exclusive equipment provider of the United States Chess Championship.

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