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Surreal Stretched-Out And Rearranged Portraits By Sakir Yildirim

Sakir Yildirim is an Istanbul-based creative art director who combines photography and graphic design to create amusing and surreal images. His series Crawler is a collection of glitchy, stretched-out Photoshopped portraits, while Flip and Mirror features rearranged strips of a photograph rearranged haphazardly.

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Company Hilariously Mocks Stupid Client Requests, Shows What Happens When You Do Everything They Ask

Designers and their clients will never understand each other. And that’s a good thing. I mean, let’s face it, designers have a way bigger understanding of their craft and (usually) the more freedom brands give them, the better the results of their collaborations are. A recent tweet by Japanese brand Nissin Cup Noodles is a perfect example of the terrible visual disaster that happens when a designer follows through with every single client request.

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“Colorful & Cinematic”: The Impressive Photo Artworks Of James Zwadlo

Colorful, cinematic and strong vibes. Get to know the work of graphic designer and photographer James Zwadlo.

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LEGO – The Patent Of The Brick That Revolutionized The World Of Toys

Here is the patent of the first original LEGO brick, which has since revolutionized the world of toys!

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Marvelous Beauty And Lifestyle Portraits By Consuelo Sorsoli

Gorgeous female portraits by Consuelo Sorsoli, young photographer, retoucher and filmmaker currently based in Arco, Italy. Consuelo focuses on portraiture, she shoots vibrant fashion, glamour, beauty and lifestyle portrait photography. Sorsoli uses Sony A7rII camera.

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Indian Artist Has Created “Kalpavriksha – The Wish Fulfilling Tree”

Indian designer and artist Vibhor Sogani has designed a modern stainless steel sculpture named “Kalpavriksha – the wish fulfilling tree”. The recently completed sculpture is the largest public art installation in the state of Gujarat and the second-largest in India.

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Photographer Jonathan Higbee Discovers A World Of Coincidence On The Streets Of New York

For over a decade, photographer Jonathan Higbee has walked the streets of New York with a camera in-hand, spotting extraordinary juxtapositions and unusual moments when the world aligns for a split second in front of his lens. At times he manages to completely erase the boundaries between manufactured imagery found in billboards or signage that pollute the city streets and captures anonymous passersby who seem to live in an alternate reality.

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Bublik – Circular Apartment Building In Moscow Is The Pinnacle Of Brutalism

During the socialist time eastern Europe was a home to many unusual ‘brutalist’ structures, Moscow especially. Communist authorities had to industrialize and expand the cities as soon as possible because of large influx of rural population in capital cities.

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Photographer Spends 10 Years Photographing Same Bench, Captures More Than He Expects

One Ukrainian photographer has spent a decade of his life on a single project, and it’s so intimate, it’ll make you feel things. Through his kitchen window, Yevhen Kotenko has shot the same park bench for 10 years and while its paint changed, some things remained the same.

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Natural Light Glamour Photography By Dante Monteverde

Dante Monteverde aka djtirro is a talented 30-year-old self-taught photographer and dj, who was born in Allentown, PA and currently based in Miami, Florida, US.

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Street Photographer Travels The World Portraying Very Different Personalities Of Dogs

Arctic Circle, Norway

London-based photographer Alan Schaller is mostly known for his surreal, high contrast black and white photography that portrays “the realities and diversities of human life.” However, people are not the only subject that this street photographer aims to reveal through his works. This ongoing project celebrates a unique relationship we have with our feline friends.

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Artist Gustavo Viselner Makes Pixel Art Game Scenes Based On Popular TV Series And Movies

Tel Aviv-based artist Gustavo Viselner has turned some of the most recognizable movie characters, quotes and sequences into a pixelated 8-bit poster series. Each of the horizontal compositions illustrates a famous frame from a pop culture classic, accompanied by a memorable line from the scene written across the bottom of the graphic.

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Artists Around The World React To H&M’s Controversial Ad

The famous clothing brand H&M has recently published an ad for its new hoodie that reads “Coolest monkey in the jungle.” Sounds innocent, but the reason behind all the anger it caused was a black boy modelling for that ad, which was not well received all around the world.

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This Girl Makes A Pop-Culture-Inspired Pies That Would Be A Sin To Cut

These days food gets photographed so much that it has to be pretty. Especially if it’s pies. Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin (previously featured) is a confectionery artist who makes sure this happens – she bakes pies that are too nice to eat!

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This Japanese Machine Gun Camera Was Used In World War II

A Japanese “machine gun” camera has popped on eBay. The camera, which was used in war-time during the World War II era, can be yours for a price of $4,499.

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