“Silent Waters”: Beautiful And Extraordinary Outdoor Photography By Karen Heslinga

Magnificent travel landscapes by Karen Heslinga, a talented self-taught photographer, and traveler currently based in Grootebroek, the Netherlands. Karen focuses mainly on landscape and outdoor photography. Her pictures are characterized by a mysterious type of fairytale beauty. Continue reading »

“Back To The Future”: A Retro Hi Fi In A Dark & Cozy Man Cave

Retro 1960s Hi Fi stereo equipment and mid century modern furniture– great old Tulip table.

“Listening to music properly has a lot to do with having the right environment. A place that’s all your own. I like the warm glow from the perfect level of indirect, low lighting. I want to be surrounded by my favorite things to look at. And I long for seating that you just melt into and disappear in. And another thing– I love my iPod as much as the next guy– but sometimes there are those moments when you need to break out the turntable and throw on some old records. The warm hiss and crackle of needle on vinyl is like hearing your mother’s voice in the womb. Which is what a man cave really is– a dark, personal, intimate womb. Continue reading »

6 Pics That Show What Happened ‘Behind The Scenes’ Of Famous Paintings

Probably anyone can agree that classic famous paintings by Leonardo Da Vinci or Pablo Piccaso will always be among some of the most appreciated art pieces in history. After all, who doesn’t know “Mona Lisa”? Fun fact: over 6 million people visit this famous painting at the Louvre each year! Continue reading »

Rock ’N’ Roll On Wheels: 30 Photos Of The Coolest Customized Vans Of The 1970s

Once upon a time — or more accurately, back in the 1970s — the van reigned supreme. Riding-in right on the heels of the fading muscle car era, the custom van became the ultimate self-expression vehicle– tricked-out and personalized to show all the world just how your bad self rolled. Continue reading »

Amazing Photos Of 1949 Delahaye 175 S Saoutchik Roadster, Which Was Owned By English Blonde Bombshell Diana Dors


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The most dramatic of all supercars is this 2-seat roadster which was owned by English movie star Diana Dors. Built for the post-war concours circuit, Saoutchik was responsible for its extreme body which borrowed styling cues from other earlier designs. Continue reading »

Tired Of Seeing Prejudice Against Plus-Sized Women This Artist Turned Them Into Art

We’ve had all the possible versions of the ‘ideal’ body throughout history, and it’s about time that we agree – beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, and the most attractive is the art of being comfortable and confident in your own skin. Nevertheless, mainstream media keeps placing images of the perfect body in our brains and the pressure to conform is real. Continue reading »

Chinese Artist Creates Sculptures From Ferrero Rocher Packaging

We are used to thinking of packaging as a disposable thing that serves just the purpose of containing and protecting a product. However, in time, when the ever-increasing waste becomes a serious problem, perhaps, it’s well in our interest to find creative means of eliminating the issue. Continue reading »

91-Year-Old Man Spends 56 Years Building His Own Cathedral Alone


Denis Doyle

Former monk Justo Gallego Martinez has been constructing his own cathedral in Mejorada del Campo, Spain, since 1961. He had no prior knowledge of architecture and hadn’t laid a brick in his life, yet his project currently stands 131ft tall, and acts as a wonderful reminder that faith overcomes everything. Continue reading »

Dreamlike Photo Manipulations By Hansruedi Ramsauer

Creative photo manipulations by Hansruedi Ramsauer, a gifted self-taught digital artist and web designer currently based in Bachenbülach, Switzerland. Hansruedi was born in 1966 in St.Gallen, Switzerland. He creates some awesome photo manipulations. Continue reading »

A Group Of Artists Create 3D Objects Of Local Heritage On The Streets Of Small Russian City

A small Ural town of Polevskoy has become an open-air museum. Artists depicted objects of historic significance on the streets of Polevskoy in order to draw attention to local heritage.

Like in other small towns, museums of Polevskoy are a home to amazing heritage that deserves to be cherished and remembered. Some of Polevskoy’s history may very well fit into the world of Lord of the Rings or Harry Potter, but most of the objects of cultural and historical significance remain unknown to the local population, even though museum doors are open to the public. Continue reading »

Cyberpunk And Futuristic Street Photography By Yuto Yamada

Stunning street photos by Yuto Yamada, a talented photographer, and graphic designer who was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan and currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Yuto focuses mainly on street and urban photography. He shoots a lot of cityscapes, abandoned structures, landscapes, and portraits. Continue reading »

Librarian Transforms 110-Year-Old Tree Into Jaw-Dropping Little Free Library

Talk about a “giving tree”! When a 110-year-old cottonwood tree in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, needed to be removed, Sharalee Armitage Howard—a librarian, artist, and former bookbinder—transformed it into an amazing Little Free Library. Now, instead of providing shade, the tree will share books. Continue reading »

If You Take A Selfie Through A Toilet Roll Tube, You’ll Look Like The Moon

Welcome to the internet, the only place you’ll see people taking selfies trough toilet paper roll tube and pretending they’re the Moon. Continue reading »

Stunning Color Photos Of Swinging London In The 60s

The 1960s were when London emerged as the epicentre of fashion, art and music. It was, as Philip Larkin pointed out, when sex was invented. Continue reading »

African Gaze: Hollywood, Bollywood And Nollywood Movie Posters From Ghana

The late 1980s in Ghana saw the emergence of exuberant new visual modes of expression in a new local and innovative film industry (alongside that of Nigeria commonly referred to as Nollywood), especially in the ways films were promoted by vivid hand painted posters on sack or canvass, writes Karun Thakar. Continue reading »