Illustrator Reimagines What Disney Movies Would Look Like If They Were Made Nowadays

UK-based graphic artist Tom Ward has a lot to say about the current state of the world, and he’s using the help of everyone’s favourite Disney characters to do it. Continue »

The “Europabruecke” – World’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge


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The ‘Europabruecke’ suspension bridge (pictured) was inaugurated on July 29, 2017 after it was built to replace an older crossing that was damaged by falling rocks. Continue »

Hilarious Photos Of Chinese Grandmother Posing Like A Model

A 70-year-old woman became an online star recently after her grandson posted a group of photos showing her emulating model and actress Lin Chi-ling at the same park in Beijing. Weibo user Wangwangjing took the photos of his grandma as a present after he noticed the street photography featuring Lin. Lin also forwarded the photos on her Weibo page. Continue »

Barber Abandons Plans For Expensive New Flooring… And Covers His Shop With 70,000 Pennies

A barber came up with a clever way to cut costs by laying the floor of his new shop with 70,000 1p pieces. Rich Holtham, owner of BS4 Barbers in Dudley, West Midlands, came up with the idea after he was given an estimate of £1,000 to arrange the flooring. Continue »

This Bookstore In Chinese City Of Suzhou Becomes A Wonderland

Visitors flock to branch of bookstore Zhongshuge in Suzhou, East China’s Jiangsu province. The branch, which takes up 1,300 square meters, is designed with four reading areas, respectively named as “Rainbow Valley”, “Firefly Cave”, “Crystal Palace” and “Children’s Castle”. Since its opening, it has attracted many readers. Continue »

Out Of This World: Magnificent Entries For The UK Astronomy Photographer Of The Year 2017

The following photos are shortlisted in 2017’s Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year. The awards will be announced on September 14, and the exhibition opens September 16 at The Royal Observatory Greenwich.

“Auroral Crown”, Yulia Zhulikova (Russia).

During an astrophotography tour of the Murmansk region with Stas Korotkiy, an amateur astronomer and popularizer of astronomy in Russia, the turquoise of the Aurora Borealis swirls above the snow covered trees. Illuminated by street lamps, the trees glow a vivid pink forming a contrasting frame for Nature’s greatest lightshow. (Photo by Yulia Zhulikova/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian) Continue »

See The Optical Illusion Noise-Canceling Headphone Ads That Got Cannes Listening

To echo the quality of JBL’s noise-canceling headphones and translate it onto paper, creative agency Cheil Hong Kong brilliantly designed a set of visual ads that will have people all eyes and ears. Continue »

Hong-Kong Artist Chuchu Creates Outrageously Gorgeous Sculptural Hats

Originally from Hong Kong, artist Chuchu’s creations will leave you nothing short of breathless. Her organically flowing sculptural hats adorn the heads of models in fashion shows and in magazines, over and over again. Continue »

Photographer Playing With The Female Human Form In NSFW Thought-Provoking Photos

LA based photographer Sal Moriarty explores and plays with the female body in her newest breathtaking and marvelous C-Heads Exclusive series featuring Alana and Bridget. What started as an ordinary editorial shoot changed into a dance of forms, natural nudity, joy in human creation and movement, profound trust and desexualization of the female body. Continue »

Photographer Captured The Incredible Scene Of The Tiny Ant Hauling A Huge Bee

Can you bee-lieve it? This super strong ant can lift insects five times its size without even breaking a sweat. The tiny ant was pictured hauling a huge bee back to its nest and made the unbelievable feat look easy. Continue »

The Artistic Selfies Of Ivanka Danisova, Slovakian Lady Born With Half Face

A lady, called Ivanka Danisová, as well known to be a Slovakian lawyer and was given birth to with a half face can now take a normal selfie after undergoing a surgery. born with half a face can finally take a ‘normal’ selfie following reconstructive surgery. Continue »

Photographer Captures Beauty Of Spiral Staircases In Campuses

Nanjing Hohai University

Photographer Wei Xiaohui spent a month taking pictures of spiral stairs in every college based in Nanjing, capital of east China’s Jiangsu Province. He found 30 spiral stairs in total and made these photos a collection memorizing campus life. Wei believes the spiral stairs stand for a spirit of fighting for dreams and moving forward. Continue »

Artist Turns Stretch Marks And Other Body “Flaws” Into Stunning Art, But Not Everyone Finds It Beautiful

Stretch marks, scars, and even menstruation are all things women are routinely told to hide, but one Barcelona-based artist is turning these supposed flaws into beautiful new ways to appreciate the female body. Continue »

Thousands Of Fireflies Light Up The Night In Mexico


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Fireflies seeking mates light up in synchronized bursts inside a forest at Santa Clara sanctuary near the town of Nanacamilpa, Tlaxcala state, Mexico. Continue »

Epic Entries To Washington Posts 2017 Travel Photo Contest

For the 18th year, Washington Posts Travel asks readers for their best photos. This sampling shows that the contest has some stiff competition.


“The combination of earth, sky and light in this location is simply magical”, wrote Mark Franko about his submission taken in Arizona’s Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. “It is no wonder why the Native Americans hold this place sacred”. The 57-year-old from Hughesville, Md., was part of a small group that was hosted by a resident Navajo family. Submit to the annual contest here. (Photo by Mark Franko/2017 Washington Post Travel Photo Contest) Continue »