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Spectacular Underwater-Winning Photos From The 35 Photography Awards

1st Place Winner: “Dance with me” by Thien Nguyen Ngoc, Viet Nam
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The 35 Photography Awards have once again highlighted the stunning and surreal beauty of the underwater world, showcasing the exceptional skill of photographers who capture the vibrant and mysterious realms beneath the waves, reminding us of the importance of protecting these incredible marine ecosystems. Continue reading »

Impressive and Sensual Oil Paintings by Gabrielle Dobrzelewski

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Based in US, Gabrielle Dobrzelewski creates oil paintings that serve as points of departure for exploring larger topics of interest—desire, anxiety, femininity, queerness, and the invisible threads that connect us to one another. Continue reading »

Peering into the Strange Past Through the Lens of Bizarre Historical Photographs

In the 20th century, photographers captured world changes, from wars to new inventions and odd events. Photos like Boston’s Molasses Flood or alligator picnics in Los Angeles fascinated viewers and historians. Even simple mugshots reveal intriguing stories.

These images, evoking smiles or sadness, piece together our history, showcasing peculiar inventions, outdated customs, and unique moments in all their strange and captivating glory.

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A woman tests a stroller intended to be resistant to gas attacks in Hextable, England in 1938, not long before the outbreak of World War II. Continue reading »

Vibrant Color Photos Capture Young Women in Swimsuits in the 1960s

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As the modest swimsuits of the 1950s faded into the past, the 1960s ushered in a new era of swimwear fashion. The once-demure two-piece bikini and the flashy one-piece bathing suit took center stage, captivating beachgoers and pool-party attendees alike. Continue reading »

“Marginados”: Artist Uses AI To Portray People Exiled During The Military Regime

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In “Marginados”, visual artist Mateus Morbeck utilizes artificial intelligence to create digital portraits of Brazilian exiles from 1966 to 1985. Continue reading »

“The Power of Design”: Michael Nguyen Photographs Munich’s Most Colorful Shopping Center Facade

The MIRA Shopping Center opened in 2008 in the Munich district Nordhaide. The West, North, and northern half of the Eastern facades, was made of colored lacquered metal panels which were placed on the walls to form prisms. Continue reading »

Gravestone Portraits Become Fragments Of The Floor In A Shopping Center

Citizens of Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan, were shocked to see the new floor in a shopping center “Alem” in details. It was not hard to notice that the floor contained fragments of gravestones with portraits of the dead… Continue reading »

Artist Buys Abandoned Chicago Bank to Transform It into Public Arts Center

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Till recently, the 17,000 square feet (1,580 square meters) Stony Island Savings & Loan Bank on Chicago’s South Side was just an old, abandoned construction. Built back in the 1920s, it has been vacant since the 1980s and has remained in a deteriorating state for all these years. Who could imagine that this decaying structure would soon become an amazing art center? Continue reading »

Inside Facebook’s Data Center Near the Arctic Circle

On the edge of the Arctic Circle, where the River Lule meets the Gulf of Bothnia, lies a very important building. Facebook’s newest data center – in Luleå, Sweden – is now handling live traffic from around the world. Facebook claims Luleå is likely to be one of the most efficient and sustainable data centers in the world. All the equipment inside is powered by locally generated hydro-electric energy. It is 100% renewable and they have been able to reduce the number of backup generators required at the site by more than 70%. Continue reading »

Over 1,000 Protesters March to Pepsi Center in Denver

Over 1,000 Protesters March to Pepsi Center in Denver
Over a thousand protesters here in Denver marched from the state capitol to the Pepsi Center on Sunday in the first major demonstration of the Democratic National Convention. Organized by the group Recreate 68, the protest temporarily blocked access to the convention site before police ordered the crowd to disperse. Speakers at the rally included antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan, Green Party presidential nominee Cynthia McKinney, and Vietnam veteran and antiwar activist Ron Kovic. Continue reading »

Arab Supercars Takes Center Stage in London

Arab Supercars Takes Center Stage in London
Arab Supercars Takes Center Stage in London
Yes. Watch out number plates. Continue reading »