Artist Breaks The Traditional Masculinized Image Of Famous People By Taking Them To Their Pink World

Artist Breaks The Traditional Masculinized Image Of Famous People By Taking Them To Their Pink World

Scott Scheidly is an artist from Ohio, currently based in Orlando, Florida, who calls himself surrealist at heart. His series “The Pinks” has some of that vibe too since Scheidly decided to depict infamous historical figures in a completely new light – fabulous pink. Continue reading »

Artists Transform People Into The Spitting Image Of Their Icons

Artists Transform People Into The Spitting Image Of Their Icons

A trio of artists can transform you into the spitting image of your biggest icons. Using a clever combination of make-up and design, the collaborators have recreated Audrey Hepburn, The Joker and Charlie Chaplins finest hours with a model just like you. Continue reading »

Wellcome Image Awards 2017

The 2017 Wellcome Image Awards will take place on 15 March at the Wellcome Trust. The winning images will go on display in science centres and public galleries around the world from 16 March 2017. Images are judged on quality, technique, visual impact, and their ability to communicate and engage.

Wellcome Image Awards 2017
Cat skin and blood supply. Whiskers, unlike normal hair, are touch receptors, each containing a sensory organ called a proprioceptor. Scientists injected blood vessels with a red dye called carmine dye (here appearing black) in order to visualise the capillaries in the tissue, a newly developed technique at the time. The picture is a composite made up of 44 individual images which were stitched together. Here, fine hairs (yellow), thicker whisker (yellow) and blood vessels (black) are all visible. (Photo by David Linstead/Wellcome Images) Continue reading »

Visa Pour l’Image – the “Cannes Film Festival” of Photojournalism

The 26th annual Visa Pour l’Image, the “Cannes Film Festival” of photojournalism kicks off, filling the French city of Perpignan with more than 3,000 of the world’s best photojournalists and photo editors, along with agencies from around the world. This year’s Visa Pour l’Image showcases 26 exhibitions around the city.

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Central African Republic by Pierre Terdjman – The Seleka militia took over in March 2013, and perpetrated massive violations of human rights – massacres, rape, torture and executions, and burning villages to the ground. Nearly one fifth of the population has had to flee and they are now living in appalling conditions in the bush and IDP camps. In September, the predominantly Christian anti- Balaka militia embarked on a wave of reprisals against the Muslims with massacres, summary executions and looting; the sides had changed, but the violence continued. Terrified Muslims fled north-west, to towns such as Bossangoa and Bouca which are traditionally Muslim. Of the 100 000 Muslims that lived in Bangui, only one thousand are left; the others have fled across the border. Today it seems unlikely that any change will occur. The rift may very well be permanent. Here: A wounded man in the community hospital. (Photo by Pierre Terdjman/Paris Match)
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Amazing Sceneries of Inverse Image by Victoria Siemer

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The group of photos is created by Victoria Siemer, a graphic designer and photographer from Brooklyn, New York, the United States. As a creative designer, Victoria Siemer is keen on changing visual spaces so as to create an unusual visual effect. Continue reading »

The Image of an Orthodox Church in a Modern Architectural Solution

The Image of an Orthodox Church in a Modern Architectural Solution
Some time ago, The Union of Architects of Russia and Union of Philanthropy Organizations of Russia have announced a competition called “The Image of an Orthodox Church in a Modern Architectural Solution”. The competition will conclude with the selection of the 10 best architectural projects, which wil be put on display at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow, RIA Novosti reports.

“First of all the projects should be focused not on stylizing cathedral architecture of past eras but rather on expressing in the image of the cathedral traditional features alongside modern aesthetics,” the organizers note.

The jury and expert council include representatives of the architecture community and the Russian Orthodox Church as well as historians of church architecture.

Take a look at some fantastic examples below! Continue reading »

Giant Image of Marilyn Monroe is Grown in a Japanese Rice Field

Giant Image of Marilyn Monroe is Grown in a Japanese Rice Field

The image of Marilyn Monroe is made from nine rice species with seven different colors has popped up on a rice filed in Inakadatemura, Aomori prefecture, northern Japan. (AP/Daily Mail) Continue reading »

Rihanna’s Topless Image is Covered up on Billboards Across Dublin

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.

Rihanna's Topless Image is Covered up on Billboards Across Dublin

A poster for popstar Rihanna was censored with a home made boob tube on Church Street in Dublin. (PA/Daily Mail) Continue reading »

NASA Captures Unique Elephant Face Image On Mars

NASA Captures Unique Elephant Face Image On Mars

NASA astronomers have for the first time captured a unique elephant picture on mars using the HiRISE camera from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Astronomers claim that this elephant face is created by lava. They found that lava flow in Elysium Planitia, the youngest flood-lava province on mars, could have created the unique face.

“Flood lavas cover extensive areas, and were once thought to be emplaced extremely rapidly, like a flood of water,” Msnbc quoted Alfred McEwen, planetary geologist at the University of Arizona, as saying.

Astronomers believe that the elephant face on mars provides a glimpse of the geological changes that shaped the Red Planet over the course of billions of years. The image gives a good example of the phenomena known as pareidolia which means we see things like animals’ faces that are not actually there.

Satellite Image Shows Stricken Costa Concordia From Space

Satellite Image Shows Stricken Costa Concordia From Space
A new image has been released showing the half-submerged cruise ship Costa Concordia taken by the WorldView-1 satellite.

The 114,000 tonne cruise liner, which had 4,200 crew and passengers on board, has been slowly sinking after it hit a rock and capsized off the Tuscan island of Giglio. The death toll from the accident stands at 11, with a further 29 people still missing. The ship’s captain, Francesco Schettino, has been accused of manslaughter and abandoning ship while passengers were still trapped inside. He could face up to eight years in jail. Continue reading »