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Polish Street Artist Denounces The Misery Of Fashion With Striking Billboards

With a series of striking fake billboards, the Polish artist Igor Dobrowolski attacks the fashion and ready-to-wear industry by revealing the working conditions behind the famous brands. The artist reminds us that three of the four biggest tragedies in the history of fashion took place in Bangladesh in 2013, such as the collapse of the factory that killed 1134 people.

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This Rug Is Designed To Create An Optical Illusion That Looks Like There’s A Hole In The Floor

Scottish designer Scott Jarvie, has created the Void Rug, a 100% merino wool floor rug that when placed on the floor and viewed from a certain angle, it gives an illusion of depth.

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The World Through Jack London’s Eyes

When most people hear the name Jack London, they think of one of the most widely read American writers who produced 50 books including Call of the Wild and The Sea Wolf; some may also know him as an adventurer or social activist.

White Chapel on a bank Holiday, London, 1902.

But most don’t realize that Jack London was a prolific photographer producing nearly 12,000 photographs during his lifetime, ranging from the poignant images of the ragged homeless living in London’s East End; images of the Russo-Japanese War while he was on assignment for the Hearst Syndicate; sensitive images of the South Seas islanders during his voyage aboard the Snark to the 1906 San Francisco earth quake devastation.

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The World In The 1890s Through 12 Glorious Photos

Photochromes are vibrant and nuanced prints hand-colored from black-and-white negatives. Created using a process pioneered in the 1880s, these images offer a fascinating insight into the world when color photography was still in its infancy.

Women in Algeria, 1899

Photochrome is a method of producing colored images from black-and-white negatives, allowing color pictures to be created before color photography became available. The process was developed in the 1880s by the Swiss chemist Hans Jakob Schmid.

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This ‘Swim Reaper’ Instagram Account Is Absolute Gold

We all follow at least one person on Instagram who seems to spend their entire life on the beach, but you probably aren’t following ‘The Swim Reaper’ yet. He’s basically the Grim Reaper’s beach-loving cousin who can always be found snapping lit summer pics and waiting for dimwitted swimmers to make fatal mistakes in the water. It may sound morbid, but it’s meant to send a pretty important message.

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Photographer Christoffer Relander Captures Colorful Landscapes In Jars

Photographer Christoffer Relander has released a series of beautiful photos showing colorful landscapes inside glass jars. The photos aren’t the result of Photoshop — each is an in-camera double exposure captured with a Nikon D800E.

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Stunning Medieval Wonder Woman Battle Armor Fit For An Amazon Princess

Wonder Woman has gone through a few costume redesigns over the years but she keeps coming back to some form of armor, because she’s a warrior through and through.

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Awesome Fan Art Pieces For Netflix’s Stranger Things


Amien Juugo

The Netflix Original series ‘Stranger Things’ was released back in July 2016, and there has been such a massive hype about it ever since. If you haven’t heard of it, where have you been? I highly recommend you jump on the bandwagon and watch it if you haven’t already!

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What Happens When Carpets Leave Apartments

Russian people love carpets. Especially in Soviet Union there was an obsession with carpets, practically every apartment had one, not always on the floor, often hanging on the wall as decoration as well. But not always they keep carpets inside. Here are examples of use of carpets outside.

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“Fancy Rats”: A Collection Of Domestic Rats Portraits By Diane Ozdamar

These adorable rat portraits were taken by a committed photographer who’s made it her mission to remove the stigma attached to the creatures. Diane Ozdamar’s vibrant images feature rodents cutely cuddling flowers, eating fruit, playing with bubbles, and lovingly interacting with each other.

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Israeli Designer Creates Unique Jewelry From City Maps

Industrial designer and jeweler Talia, of TaliaSari, has created a line of jewelry that includes necklaces, rings and brooches, that are inspired by city maps.

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Polish Photographer Katarzyna Niwińska Creates Magical Slavic Fairytale, It Is Mesmerizing

Creative Photographer from Poland, Katarzyna Niwińska, described her work “A Tale of Three Gifts” as a project inspired by Slavic folklore, legends, stylistics and, above all, fairy tales.

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“Prisoners”: Murder, Mayhem, And Petit Larceny By Arne Svenson’s ‘Least Wanted’ Close Ups

Arne Svenson describes the fading black and white photographs which stare back at us in antique stores and are thrown carelessly on flea market tables as “orphaned”—nameless and abandoned from the context of their history.

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Reflected Images Of Tree Bark Reveal The Faces Hiding In The Forest

Italian photographer Elido Turco spent four years between 2004 and 2008 exploring a mirrored photography world that remains invisible to most of us.

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This Chair Allows Its User To Wrap Up And Get Comfortable

Moscow-based furniture designer Kseniya Alferova, has created COLE, a pink and grey armchair that allows you to wrap yourself up and get cozy.

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