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The Blinged-Out Work Trucks Of Japan Photographed By Todd Antony

For more than 40 years Japanese truck drivers have been piling on lights, patterned fabrics, and other over-the-top adornments to their work trucks, creating moving masterpieces covered in LEDs. This tradition of decorated trucks or “Dekotora” originated from a 1970s Japanese movie series inspired by Smokey and the Bandit titled Torakku Yaro or “Truck Rascals.”

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A Single Book Disrupts The Foundation Of A Brick Wall By Jorge Méndez Blake

The Castle is a 2007 project by Mexican artist Jorge Méndez Blake that subtly examines the impact of a single outside force. For the installation, he constructed a 75 x 13 foot brick wall that balances on top of a single copy of Franz Kafka’s The Castle. The mortarless wall bulges at the site of the inserted text, creating an arch that extends to the top of the precarious structure.

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Powerful Illustrations By Japanese Artist That Will Make You Think

A picture is worth a thousand words… At least that’s exactly how people feel when seeing illustrations by a mysterious Japanese artist Avogado6.

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Gloomy Portraits Of Dogs That Seem To Fade Into The Paper

Endre Penovác is world-wide renown for his paintings of black cats. What may be less known is his obvious love for dogs. He has 3 dogs so he is intimately acquainted with the nature of ’man’s best friends’.

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Beautiful Winning Photos Of The International Garden Photographer Of The Year

The International Garden Photographer of the Year is one of the world’s premier competitions specialising in botanical photography. There are 11 main categories and numerous special awards including Young Garden Photographer of the Year, and the mobile-only category Gardens on the Go. It is run in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, where the winning pictures will be exhibited, followed by a rolling programme of touring exhibitions in the UK and abroad.


Winner, The Bountiful Earth category. Aberglasney Gardens, Carmarthenshire, Wales. (Photo by Nigel McCall/The Guardian)

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Spectacular Winning Photos Of The 2018 UK Underwater Photographer Of The Year Contest

The Underwater Photographer of the Year photo competition has just unveiled its winners for 2018. The photos provide gorgeous glimpses into the aquatic world that’s normally out of sight.


Up-and-coming underwater photographer of the year – winner. “Roar” by ManBd (Malaysia). Location: Yos Dive Lembeh house reef. While the photographer was shooting these three nudi a moray eel suddenly appeared out of the blue totally changing the composition. As the judge noted: “the result is a superb demonstration of blur which I would never have believed would work against the three nudis. The soft left eye of the moray together with the gleaming white teeth towards the bottom round off this image”. (Photo by ManBd UiDive/UPY 2018)

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Sports Illustrated Hails Female Empowerment In NSFW Unedited Photo Shoot


Taylor Ballantyne/Instagram

Sports Illustrated’s latest issue features unedited photos for the first time.

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Surreal Driftwood Sculptures By Debra Bernier Tell The Forgotten Stories Of The Ocean

Debra Bernier is an extraordinary artist from Victoria, Canada. She uses natural materials, such as driftwood, clay, and shells to create mesmerising sculptures. These intricate pieces represent the spirits of nature as human fusing together with the natural material.

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Beautiful Watercolor Animal Illustrations By Luqman Reza Mulyono

Indonesian artist & illustrator Luqman Reza Mulyono, better known as ‘Jongkie’, uses watercolors to create colorful animal illustrations with a whimsical touch.

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Artist Helen Thompson Creates Expressive Dog Sculptures

These amazingly expressive dog sculptures were created by UK-based artist Helen Thompson. Each piece is unique and was handcrafted using wire, natural linen and vintage textiles.

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“We’re All Mad Here. I’m Mad. You’re Mad”: The Superb Concept Artworks By Michael Kutsche

Michael Kutsche is an award-winning German artist based in Berlin, Germany. He is a self taught artist who works both in traditional and digital media. His work is best described as an astoundingly lifelike depiction of parallel realities, populated by odd characters reminiscent of movies, comics but also Flemish Renaissance Painting.

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Self-Taught Sculptor Creates Incredible Realistic Sculptures And Dreams Of Becoming The Modern Michelangelo

Jago Jacopo Cardillo, 30, is an incredible self-taught sculptor from Italy who transforms marble and stone into intricate lifelike pieces and has won over thousands of people due to his talent.

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HIlarious Photos Of Ice Skaters’ Funny Faces At Winter Olympics

Photographs of figure skaters caught mid-jump at the Winter Olympics show the hilarious effects gravity has on their faces.

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This Magic Light Shelf By ilsangisang Always Shines A Spotlight On Things

Designer Jong-su Kim of Korean studio ilsangisang, has created a lamp that has a built-in shelf for displaying decorative items.

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Child Photo Contest 2017 – The Best Pictures Dedicated To Childhood


“Both looking out” by Helen Whittle, Australia

The Black and White Child Photo Contest 2017, or B&W CHILD, has unveiled the winners of its fourth edition. This photo contest is dedicated to black and white photography on the theme of childhood, and this year again brings together thousands of images from around the world. Some beautiful photographs, capturing the innocence and poetry of childhood with a rare beauty!

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