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Ford Comuta, the Company’s First Electric Vehicle, Was Manufactured for the British Market in 1967

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The Ford Comuta, an experimental electric vehicle designed in 1967 at the Ford Dunton Technical Centre, was primarily targeted at the British market. Continue reading »

A Mercedes-Benz M275 V12 Coffee Table That Is Absolutely Incredible, for Real

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This is a coffee table made from the block and heads of a Mercedes-Benz M275 V12 engine, complete with cams in the heads to showcase the engine’s top-end mechanics. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Ads of the 1960s and 1970s Depicted the Airtight and Floating Capabilities of the VW Beetle

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If you’ve ever wondered whether Volkswagen Beetles can float, the answer is yes—the original model could indeed float under certain conditions due to its unibody construction and airtight seals. Continue reading »

The Superb Mercedes-Benz TWO8eSL Concept by Shane Baxley

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Mercedes-Benz, renowned for sophistication and innovation, is celebrated in Shane Baxley’s TWO8eSL concept, a modern tribute to the iconic 1960s 280SL. This design reimagines the classic roadster as an electric vehicle, blending timeless style with advanced technology to create a retrofuturistic gem. Continue reading »

Peek into Espionage’s Past: A Look at Fascinating Vintage Spy Cameras

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This photo collection showcases a remarkable range of vintage cameras, including some ingeniously disguised as everyday items. Highlights include a camera hidden in a matchbox, one designed as a pocket watch for covert operations dating back to the 1880s, and others mimicking books, cigarette packs, binoculars, radios, and even handguns. Continue reading »

Photographer Yulia Taits Continues Her ‘Porcelain Beauty’ Photo Series Featuring People With Albinism, Aided by AI

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In 2016-2017, Yulia Taits launched her photo project “Porcelain Beauty,” celebrating the distinct beauty of individuals with albinism. Continue reading »

Impressive Double Exposure 3D Murals by Stathis Tsavalias

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Stathis Tsavalias, known as Insane51, is a talented Greek muralist noted for his Double Exposure 3D murals. Continue reading »

Artist Eslam Mohammed Transforms MSI Mouse into Ornamental Baroque Art

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Eslam Mohammed reimagines everyday tech with his Ornamental MSI Mouse, trading typical gamer aesthetics for a sophisticated, baroque-inspired design. Continue reading »

Amazng Photos of The Wrought-Iron Beetle, aka the Wedding Car

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An unusual Volkswagen Beetle model featured a body made entirely of white wrought iron, complete with black vinyl upholstery and all its original gear from 1969. Continue reading »

Fantastic Detailed 3D & VR Paintings and Sculptures by Giant Swan

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Giant Swan, a groundbreaking virtual reality artist, crafts immersive worlds that blend elements from sculpting, painting, and experience design. Continue reading »

Art of Retro-Futurism in Jack Wang’s Tva Computer Design

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The TVA Multifunctional Computer, inspired by Marvel’s “Loki,” merges retro charm with futuristic technology, crafted by 3D modeler Jack Wang. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos Show B-29 Bomber Nose Art and Pin-Ups During Korean War

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Bomber nose art and pin-ups refer to the decorative paintings found on the front or bodies of military aircraft, primarily bombers, during World War II and subsequent conflicts. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Abstract Environments Through Magical Realism-Inspired Conceptual Experiments

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Artist Elnaz Mansouri, originally from Tehran, Iran, and now based in Canada, delves deeply into the interplay between reality and fantasy through her innovative use of 3D, AI and VR. Continue reading »

Baroque Baths and Rococo Ripples: The Art of Historical Pools Reimagined With AI

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In a fascinating intersection of history and modern leisure, photographer Tomislav Marcijuš, utilizing the power of Midjourney, envisions what public swimming pools might have looked like had they been designed during the Baroque and Rococo periods. Continue reading »

Takahiro Miyashita’s Architectural Artistry in Hi-End Speaker Design

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When fashion intersects with technology, it can lead to remarkable innovations. Celebrated fashion designer Takahiro Miyashita has branched into audio design, introducing a speaker that masterfully combines visual artistry with acoustic innovation. Continue reading »

AI Artist Combines Star Wars Imagery with the Creative Spirit of Burning Man

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Peio Duhalde’s art project employs AI to blend iconic “Star Wars” characters with the Burning Man ethos, creating a realm of imaginative possibilities. Continue reading »

German Factory Introducing the ‘“Double-Lambretta”, 1953

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In 1953, the NSU factory in Dusseldorf, Germany, introduced the “Double-Lambretta.” Initially designed for young couples, this small motorcycle could be expanded by joining it with another Lambretta to accommodate a growing family, effectively transforming into a small car that could carry two adults and two children, achieving speeds of up to 78 km/h and a fuel efficiency of 3.4 liters per 100 km. Continue reading »

Typical Friday Night at KFC, According To AI

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Ever wondered what goes through an AI’s circuits on a typical Friday night at KFC? Dive into the artificial mind as we explore its quirky take on the antics of KFC patrons and staff. Continue reading »

The Lotus Esprit S1, Known as “Wet Nellie,” Was Featured in The James Bond Film “The Spy Who Loved Me,” and These Photographs Are Really Breathtaking

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The Lotus Esprit S1 was used in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, where it was affectionately dubbed “Wet Nellie.” This “car-submarine” became an iconic Bond vehicle, with its ability to transform from a car into a working submarine capturing the public’s imagination. Continue reading »

The Photos of the Stunning 1976 Citroën DS Tissier Car Transporter

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This automobile, which was constructed by Tissier in 1976 for a French motor club, was based on a Citroën DS from the year 1970. Continue reading »

The Science Behind Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal Move

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In 1987, Michael Jackson stunned audiences with his iconic “Smooth Criminal” music video featuring a gravity-defying lean. Despite skepticism about special effects, Jackson later performed the move live worldwide, earning him the nickname “Moonwalker.” Continue reading »

Photographer Uses AI to Show Miniature People Dealing With Everyday Life Objects

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Poy, a Thai designer, specializes in crafting photographs showcasing miniature people. Continue reading »

Inside the 1950s BMW Isetta Brochure

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Argentine, Spanish, Belgian, French, Brazilian, German, and British manufacturers all get licenses to produce the Isetta microcar, which was designed in Italy. It was dubbed a bubble automobile, a moniker used by other vehicles with an egg shape and windows that resembled bubbles. Continue reading »

Tatra T77: One of the First Serial-Produced Automobiles

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Tatra, Czechoslovakian car brand, was known for its high-end luxury cars. In the 1920s, they invented the backbone chassis, and in the early 1930s, they created the Tatra Type 77, the first aerodynamic road car. Hans Ledwinka, his son Erich, and Erich Überlacker created the T77, with Zeppelin designer Paul Jaray designing its groundbreaking exterior. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos of the 1924 Renault NN Berline

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The NN, which debuted at the 1924 Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris, replaced the Types KJ and MT as the standard French automobile of the 1920s and 1930s. This specific model, which is widely used as taxis in towns and cities across the country, is thought to have started out as a Paris taxi. Continue reading »