Artist Creates Amazing Body Art To Destigmatise Naked Bodies

Meet Spanish artist, Claudia Sahuquillo.

Tired of traditional pen and paper, she’s decided that to explore human skin as a kind of canvas – a process which started with her drawing on her own skin and then exploring other people’s. Continue »

The Wild Side Series: The World’s National Animals And Their Tracks

Have you ever wanted to take a walk on the wild side to discover the world’s most iconic national animals? Learn how to identify the footprints of these often-elusive creatures and you’ll be on their trail in no time.

Komodo Dragon (Indonesia)

The world’s largest living lizards are found on the tropical islands of central Indonesia. They can grow to 10ft long and until 1912, the western world thought they were mythological, so prehistoric was their appearance. This is one real life dragon that should be approached with caution. Continue »

This Illustrator Turns The Berlin Wall Into Art In A Way You’ve Never Seen Before

There is a remaining part of the Berlin Wall in the Mauer Park, in the Prenzlauerberg district. For decades, graffiti artists have painted this historic piece of concrete, trying to turn something terrible into beauty. And they succeeded. Continue »

Striking Animal Pictures Selected As Finalists Of 2017 Comedy Pet Photography Awards

Brace yourself for a giggling fit because the finalists of the inaugural Comedy Pet Photography Awards have been revealed. For the first time, the founders of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have launched a photography award show giving proud pet owners a chance to show off their quirky pets. Photographers Tom Sullam and Paul Johnson-Hicks MBE have collected over 2500 entries and, after some careful consideration, they have narrowed down the hilarious photos to their favourites.


Anne Lise Gramstad caught her windswept dog on film in “Beach Please!” in Ogna Beach, Norway, Date Unknown. (Photo by Anne Lise Gramstad/Barcroft Images/Comedy Pet Photography Awards) Continue »

Fallen Leaves Transform Into Works Of Art

Folk art master Liu Changgui cuts a picture in a leaf in Southwest China’s Chongqing. He has the special skill of cutting leaves. It usually takes two months to finish one piece, from picking fallen leaves, cleaning, soaking, painting, sculpting and drying. Continue »

Beautiful 1980s Portraits Capture The Vibrant Residents Of A Single East Berlin Street

In 1981, Harf Zimmermann moved into a fifth-floor walkup apartment on Hufelandstrasse, a cobblestone street in East Berlin.

The rock group Phonolog.

The neighborhood was an anomaly in the increasingly drab Soviet-administered city. Buildings boasted proud facades and balconies, linden trees lined the broad sidewalks, and an unusual number of privately-owned shops remained in business. Continue »

Sculptor Spends 2 Years To Build Knife Angel Out Of 100,000 Weapons, However Government Rejects It

There’s a giant 26-foot-tall Knife Angel sculpture in the UK, constructed entirely out of 100,000 knives that were donated. But besides the remarkable numbers, it’s also a monument constructed out of dire necessity to remember the victims fallen to the rising knife violence in the United Kingdom and also to finally admit that there’s really a problem. Continue »

International Garden Photographer Of The Year Macro Art Winners

Macroglossum Stellatarum by Andrea Garuffo

Photographic competition awards a special prize for close-up pictures, with photographers encouraged to capture the world of plants and gardens in miniature, while showcasing the beauty and complexity of nature. Continue »

Project “New Etno” By Makeup Artist And Stylist Beata Bojda -The Artist Used Traditional Polish Flower Crowns

Project ‘New Etno’ is a continuation of a art series made by makeup artist and stylist Beata Bojda and a photographer Ewa Żylińska. Continue »

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


Valentin Flauraud/EPA

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 »