Donald Trump Really Doesn’t Want You To See These Photos

Whilst the heated dialogue around fake news and alternative facts continues to swirl and dominate news feeds around the world – British artist Alison Jackson (previously featured) is taking things to a whole other level. Her satirical series seemingly exposes the sordid and secretive life of Donald Trump. Continue reading »

He Lives In A Tree, Doesn’t Wear Shoes, And Brushes His Teeth With A Pinecone

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If you were to meet this guy in the woods, especially if it’s nighttime, you’d probably think that it’s a local troll or a yeti. However, in reality, he’s no yeti. His name is Mick Dodge, and before deciding to live in the woods, he was a marine for six years at Fort Lewis. It is hard to tell what moved him to leave the busy life of the city and start living in the Hoh Rain Forest. It could have been that he decided the leave the stressful life of the city, or maybe he simply loves the solitary life of a hermit. Another thing that is peculiar about Mick Dodge is that most of the time he walks barefoot, hence the nickname “The Barefoot Sensei”. Continue reading »

Photo Series Shows That More Symmetrical Doesn’t Mean More Beautiful

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What is it that constitutes beauty? Is it the completely unique aspects to a person, perhaps their imperfections, or is it symmetry that makes a person beautiful? Continue reading »

This Photographer Doesn’t Just Take Women’s Portraits. She Makes Them Believe In Themselves

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Emily London Miller is a photographer with a unique talent: she’s able to see the most beautiful side to every person whom she photographs. With the help of her camera and a carefully tailored appearance, Emily creates portraits which reveal how even the most ’ordinary’ women are no less exceptionally beautiful than Hollywood stars or professional models. Continue reading »

Innovation Fail: Sometimes it Just doesn’t Work

Every successful invention has had a number of failures in its wake. Some failures are more spectacular than others. We are collecting the more well-known innovation failures here.

Why sweat when you don’t have to? That was the thinking back in the 1940s and ’50s, when vibrator belts were the exercise device of choice. How did they fail? They didn’t burn any fat. In this photo, a woman demonstrates the vibratory exercise belt, which can be raised or lowered by using a T-handle, on Nov. 30, 1946. (Associated Press) Continue reading »