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Meet Luigi Lineri, The Wealthy Collector Of River Stones Who Has Amassed An Enormous Collection Over The Course Of The Past Half-Century

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For over 50 years, Luigi Lineri has collected and categorized stones from the Adige River in Northern Italy by shape—human profiles, animal heads, tools, and more. Continue reading »

Stunning Vintage Photos of Curtiss Aerocar Travel Trailers From the 1920s and 1930s

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Inspired by his love for the outdoors, Glenn Curtiss began designing a better camping trailer in 1917. By 1919, his half-brother G. Carl Adams founded the Adams Trailer Corp. in Garden City, Long Island, producing trailers called “Motor Bungalo.” Glenn also developed an improved fifth wheel, using pneumatics for a smoother ride. Continue reading »

Impressive Vintage Posters Designed by Eric de Coulon

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Born in Neuchâtel in 1888, Swiss artist Eric de Coulon, who studied architecture at ETH Zurich and later moved to Paris, is best remembered for inventing the “lettre sujet” technique, designing tourist posters in an elegant Art Deco style, and creating dynamic compositions for the Klausenrennen car races, before his death in 1956 at age 68. Continue reading »

Amazing Sci-Fi and Fantasy Concept Artworks of Sung Choi

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Sung Choi is a concept artist who has worked for clients such as Marvel Studios, Disney, Warner Bros, Bungie, Wizards of the Coast, and, Netflix Animation. Born and raised in South Korea, Sung later moved to Los Angeles and attended Otis College of Art and Design where he majored in Digital Media. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Altered Photographs of Landscapes that Are Sure to Make You Scratch Your Head

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The Turkish artist who creates one-of-a-kind and mind-blowing images is going to take us on a journey into surrealism via his eyes. Continue reading »

The Lotus Esprit S1, Known as “Wet Nellie,” Was Featured in The James Bond Film “The Spy Who Loved Me,” and These Photographs Are Really Breathtaking

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The Lotus Esprit S1 was used in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, where it was affectionately dubbed “Wet Nellie.” This “car-submarine” became an iconic Bond vehicle, with its ability to transform from a car into a working submarine capturing the public’s imagination. Continue reading »

Disney Princesses Reimagined Years Later As Queens By Daughters And Mothers

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If we could request who Oprah should do the next episode of Where Are They Now? on, it would definitely be the Disney princesses. What have they even been up to since riding off into the sunset and living happily ever after? LA-based photographer Tony Ross is helping us visualise it by depicting Disney’s most iconic maidens as majestic queens, and to make sure the portraits were extra-realistic, he had the princess models call in their moms to pose as the mythical matriarchs. The results were a royal success. Continue reading »

See What This Artist’s Balloon Dresses Look Like A Month Later

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Molly Munyan refers to herself as a “self inflated balloon artist.” She creates incredible balloon dresses that are sure to draw attention to anyone wearing them. But the dresses don’t last forever, and after only one month they become shrunken creations. Continue reading »

Former Playboy Models Photographed 60 Years Later

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Image courtesy of Nadav Kander

In the photo feature “The View From a Centerfold,” six former Playboy models, from Miss March 1954 to Miss January 1979, talk to New York about “meeting the male gaze—then and now.” The magazine commissioned Nadav Kander to photograph the women for the story, and accompanying video pieces that he directed are featured in New York‘s iPad edition. Here: Dolores Del Monte. Miss March 1954. Age: 82. Post-Playboy: Public relations. Continue reading »

Beautiful Portraits Of Women During The Later 19th And Early 20th Centuries

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Pictorialism, an approach to photography that emphasizes beauty of subject matter, tonality, and composition rather than the documentation of reality. The Pictorialist perspective was born in the late 1860s and held sway through the first decade of the 20th century. It approached the camera as a tool that, like the paintbrush and chisel, could be used to make an artistic statement. Thus photographs could have aesthetic value and be linked to the world of art expression. Continue reading »

This Crazy Glass Slide Will Be Opening In Los Angeles Later This Year

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We’ve heard a lot about glass suspension bridges and viewing platforms lately, but now there’s going to be a glass slide… yes, a glass slide…located 1,000 feet above the sidewalk in Los Angeles, California, that you’ll be able to slide down. Continue reading »

Artist Recreates His Own Childhood Drawings 20+ Years Later

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With the help of Photoshop, Telmo Pieper, a Dutch muralist, digitally recreates his old drawings into realistic versions of his childhood imagination. The Kiddie Arts series features some of the weirdest-looking animals – a shoe-shaped whale, a snail with world’s smallest shell, and an alien looking fly – a great collection of typical boy-ish drawings. Continue reading »

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