MINI Roadtrip Doodle: 7 Day Road Trip Across 5 Countries, 12 European Cities, 2,452km, 1 Plane, 2 Cars, 3 Boats, 5 People
According to the artist Steve Simpson: “The idea of road trip with a classic white mini and a bag of sharpies sounded like the trip of a lifetime and it was. But there was a huge amount of prep work involved too. We had the car covered in a matt white vinyl so it was possible to rough out in pencil.” Continue reading »
Breathtaking “murmurations” – dark, shifting shapes that look like vast dancing clouds – fill the skies of southern Israel and surrounding areas in winter. Starlings from Russia and east Europe winter in the Holy Land, swooping, pivoting and soaring, putting on a display to shame any aerobatics team anywhere. Continue reading »
Following the wild popularity of his ‘urban safari’ in Paris, french artist Julien Nonnon continues the series the other side of the Atlantic, bringing digital street art to sunny Florida. During two nights in November, Nonnon projected new characters and creatures around downtown Orlando, allowing the collection of smartly-dressed figures to interact with the urban landscape, the architecture of the city and the night light. Continue reading »
Neil Zeller’s Snaps Were Taken Across Canada, Where He Photographs The Northern Lights Dancing Across A Dark Night Sky
Neil Zeller‘s snaps were taken across Canada, where he photographs the northern lights dancing across a dark night sky. In one stunning shot, Zeller even manages to capture a flash of lightning beneath a storm cell while an aurora gives off a magnificent green glow. The photographer, from Calgary, Alberta, describes himself as a night person, and became interested in night photography about 10 years ago. Continue reading »
After being swept away in the flow of constant emails, only to be caught in the dead river of early morning traffic, many of us stew and question the overwhelming pace of our lives.
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Meet Poh. He’s a 15-year-old mixed-breed dog who has recently come back from the adventure of a lifetime, travelling with his best friend Thomas Neil Rodriguez, also known as DJ Neil Armstrong.
The duo have been together since Rodriguez adopted Poh from an animal shelter in NYC when the dog was only eight weeks old. Continue reading »
For the series ‘It Must Be Beautiful’, photographer Alexandra Soldatova captures colorful painted bus stops across Belarus. In an interview, Soldatova explains that since the 1980s, various unknown artists painted over the walls of the bus stops to beautify reality. Additionally, the motifs differ depending on the region, for instance, flowers appear around the eastern town of Orsha, while landscapes are mostly featured along the southern road of Zitkovich Turov. Continue reading »
According to website Online Superdrug Doctor: “From that simple question, the idea for this study was born. We asked female graphic designers from around the world to Photoshop a female form by making her, in their opinion, more attractive to other citizens of their country. Widely held perceptions of beauty and perfection can have a deep and lasting cultural impact on both women and men. The goal of this project is to better understand potentially unrealistic standards of beauty and to see how such pressures vary around the world.
The resulting submissions are intriguing.” Continue reading »
In this March 3, 2015 photo, a group of California sea lions rest on a large bouy in the San Ignacio lagoon, in the Pacific Ocean, near Guerrero Negro, in Mexico’s Baja California peninsula. (Photo by Dario Lopez-Mills/AP Photo)
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“Rosie Swale-Pope is on a mission to raise cancer awareness and to inspire people to live life to the fullest and to never give up. Her dedication to giving was inspired by a loss to cancer. “By the time my husband and I realized, it was too late to save him, and after he died in my arms, I felt if I stayed at home just crying and talking, who would listen to me? And I decided to run around the world”. In her trips around the world, the incredible 68-year-old has run 27 marathons, including the 300 mile Sahara Marathon, twice. In total, Rosie estimates that she’s run about 50,000 miles, sometimes across entire continents. She does all this with a small trailer that she wheels along behind her, which she holsters to her waist and around her shoulders. The trailer, which she has affectionately named “Icebird”, is her home when she’s on the road, and can sometimes weigh up to 300 pounds when it’s full with her belongings. Swale-Pope’s current journey is focused on America. At the beginning of this year, she took off running from New York and has so far made her way south, spreading awareness and raising funds for the cause that is so dear to her heart”. – Rachel Charlip
Sixty-eight year old cross-country runner Rosie Swale-Pope is interviewed while sitting in her cart, “The Icebird”, in Upperville, Virginia March 13, 2015. Swale-Pope, who is from Great Britain and once ran an unsupported 20,000 mile run around the globe, is currently running across the United States from New York City to San Francisco in support of cancer research. (Photo by Gary Cameron/Reuters)
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A boy touches a lion dancer while performing at the opening of Ditan Temple Fair on the Lunar New Year’s Eve in Beijing, China Wednesday, February 18, 2015. (Photo by Andy Wong/AP Photo)
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Daniella Marchesi walks across the 11 meter by 1.8 meter wide newly installed glass floor 138 feet above the River Thames at Tower Bridge, London, on November 10, 2014, after a £1 million improvement. The floor will allow visitors a view of the bridge lifts and is the most significant change since the Tower bridge Experience opening in 1982. (Photo by John Stillwell/PA Wire)
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Randy Friedrich of Springfield, Ore. sports a coating of fresh snow as he visits downtown Springfield, Ore. Friday, Dec. 6, 2013. Friedrich, originally from Wisconsin, said he was enjoying the snow day as a storm moves through the Willamette Valley in Oregon (AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Chris Pietsch) Continue reading »
Images of topless Rihanna have been plastered on billboard around the Irish city to promote her Diamonds world tour stop at the Aviva Stadium on June 21st. Pictures of the star have been covered up with items of clothing which conceal the singer’s modesty.
A poster for popstar Rihanna was censored with a home made boob tube on Church Street in Dublin. (PA/Daily Mail) Continue reading »
Jurina Oguchi, a 37-year-old office worker who is dressed as a zombie, poses for a photo before the Roppongi Zombie Walk in Tokyo March 31, 2013. (Yuya Shino/Reuters) Continue reading »
Women walk in the strong winds from Typhoon Guchol in Nagoya, Japan on June 19, 2012. The storm lashed southwestern Japan with strong winds and heavy rain as it moved toward the center of the country, forcing airlines and train operators to cancel services amid warnings of flooding and landslides. (Kyodo News) Continue reading »
Three Australian states have record-high summer rains over the past week, flooding rivers and forcing dams to overflow. Over 13,000 people were evacuated from their homes, Tuesday, as regions of eastern Australia are submerged in water. However, humans are not the only sufferers of flooding in Australia. Spiders have reportedly spun webs around trees, plants and bushes to escape flood waters.
Spiders are seen in their webs spun round dry sticks on a bush next to flood waters in Wagga Wagga March 6, 2012. (REUTERS/Daniel Munoz) Continue reading »
A Red-bellied Woodpecker perches on a suet feeder during a winter storm in the village of Nyack, New York, Jan. 21, 2012. The first major winter storm of 2012 to hit the northeast U.S. was expected to drop up to eight inches of snow on the region. (REUTERS/Mike Segar) Continue reading »
Mushers and their dogs have been running across the Alps in France to compete in the 11-day La Grande Odyssee sled dogs race 2012. The race, dubbed as the toughest race in the world, covers over 1000 km (621 miles) across the slopes of the Alps in France.
A musher and his dogs compete during the eighth stage of the La Grande Odyssee sled dogs race near Bessans Jan. 16, 2012. (REUTERS/Denis Balibouse) Continue reading »
A decorated Christmas tree is lighted up at a Christmas market on its opening day in Dortmund November 21, 2011. The Christmas tree of Dortmund is the largest in the world and is built with a scaffold, covered with 1,700 Norway spruces, 40,000 lights and is 45m (148 ft) high. (REUTERS/Ina Fassbender) Continue reading »
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