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Horrible Photographs of Damaged Cars From the 1994 Northridge Earthquake

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The 1994 Northridge earthquake struck the San Fernando Valley in southern California on January 17, becoming the most destructive quake in the state since the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and the costliest in U.S. history. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Adorable Tattoos Featuring Cute Animals And Creatures

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Prepare to be enchanted by Buoy’s delightful tattoo designs! Hailing from Seoul, Korea, Buoy’s creations showcase adorable animals, characters, and creatures that are sure to brighten your day. Continue reading »

This Photo Series Sheds Light On The Taboo Of People’s Lives With Stoma

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According to a photographer Milos Nejezchleb: “A stoma – or an artificial opening made in an organ of the body. In the Czech Republic, where this photo series was created, an estimated 20,000 people carry their stoma bags hidden under their clothes. 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 »

Vintage Photos That Show Lifestyle of Young People in the 1970s

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While the counterculture of the 1960s had an impact on the youth of the 1970s, they were also open to new styles. Continue reading »

The Haunting Bird People Portraits by Sara Angelucci

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“Aviary” by Toronto-based artist Sara Angelucci overlays birds on vintage pictures, a popular photography style. These hauntingly strange human-animal hybrids indicate something more. “Aviary” shows that humans are vulnerable like environment and wildlife. It also discusses changing perspectives. Continue reading »

The Matrix Glitches or Pure Luck? Subway Signs that Match People Perfectly

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Have you ever experienced a moment where reality seems to imitate art? Maybe it was a chance encounter that felt like something out of a movie, or a coincidence that seemed too good to be true. Well, these hilarious subway sign coincidences might just top them all. Continue reading »

Artist Created Heart-warming Tribute Illustrations Of Those We Lost In 2022

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According to Martin Bruckner: “We lost so many amazing people in 2022. I do tribute portraits for a living so when someone in the public eye passes, I do my very best to do an illustration to honor them. Below are some of my memorial portraits from 2022. They will all be deeply missed. And I know I missed a few, but I did my best to do as many as I could.” Continue reading »

This Japanese Artist Is Inspired By The Simple Life Of Simple People

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Life has always been the inspiration of Japanese artist Yuuki Nishimura. It is there that he finds the raw material for his work: people. Continue reading »

An Infatuated Photographer’s Pictures of Amsterdam’s People in the 1960s and 70s

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Eduard van der Elsken (10 March 1925 – 28 December 1990) was a Dutch photographer and filmmaker. Continue reading »

Cool Photos Defined Fashion Styles of Young People in the 1970s

The early 1970s fashion scene was very similar to 1969, just a bit more flamboyant. It wouldn’t be hyperbole to say that a fashion revolution occurred in the 1970s. Polyester was the material of choice and bright colors were everywhere. Men and women alike were wearing very tight fitting pants and platform shoes. Continue reading »

Hilarious Private Conversations People Overheard In San Francisco

People who live in the big cities are definitely masters of eavesdropping. Sometimes they can’t help it, accidentally overhearing conversations from complete strangers can be so funny, it’s hard not to share them with someone else. Continue reading »

Photographer Captures The Unique And Amazing People Of The New York Subway

Have you ever wanted to be a model? Well, if you live in New York and take the subway, you might become one. New York photographer Andreas, better known as Mr. NYC Subway, asks random strangers on the subway if they would like to model for him and the result is quite amazing. Continue reading »

Guy Uses Modern Software To Restore The Faces Of Julius Caesar And 23 Other People From Ancient History

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For many of us, history used to be a bit of a boring topic in school. But, over the years, it has become clear that it wasn’t the topic itself, but the way it was presented—it just didn’t appeal to the younger audience. Continue reading »

Cool Vintage Photos of Victorian People Posing With Their Penny-Farthings

The penny-farthing, also known as a high wheel, high wheeler or ordinary, was the first machine to be called a “bicycle”. It was popular in the 1870s and 1880s, with its large front wheel providing high speeds (owing to it traveling a large distance for every rotation of the legs) and comfort (the large wheel provides greater shock absorption). Continue reading »

Artist Alexa Meade Turns People Into 2D Illusion Art

Alexa Meade (previously) is an American artist best known for her portraits painted directly onto the human body and inanimate objects in a way that collapses depth and makes her models appear two-dimensional when photographed. Continue reading »

A Private Collection Of 19th Century Photographs Of Black Victorians

A private collection of 19th century vintage photographs owned by writer, photographer and historian, Valerie Wilmer. The collection features a most comprehensive and unique portfolio of ‘cartes-de-visite’ and cabinet cards, particularly rare portraiture of Black Britons. Continue reading »

“Stolen”: Artist Channels Grief Into Unfinished Portraits Where 1 Year of Life = 1 Minute Of Color

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“Stolen” is a powerful series by artist Adrian Brandon that is dedicated to Black people that were robbed of their lives at the hands of police. Continue reading »

Unique Portraits Of Russians In 1868

In 1868 a researcher K. Tchaikovsky visited the Perm region of Russia and made a series of photo-portraits of local people. Thanks to his work, we can see now how Russians looked like a century and a half ago. Continue reading »

Artist Draws Illustrations Of People During Lockdown To Bring Comfort And Pass Time

According to Clementine Petrova: “It’s been over a month since lockdown began, and I’ve been illustrating the daily life of my boyfriend and me at home. Some of these illustrations are us, some are imaginary characters. It helps me bring us comfort and pass time doing something creative. Continue reading »

Photographer Took 12 Pics Of Regular Chinese People To Stop Prejudice And Show That They’re Like All Of Us

According to Jay Lambeth: “I have been living in the Southern Chinese city of Shenzhen for exactly ten years now. During that time, this magnificent country has experienced untold amounts of change: industrialization, urbanization, technology, the construction of mega-cities, and more. Continue reading »

Diverse Faces Of Siberia: Beautiful Portraits Of The Indigenous People Of Siberian Region Captured By The Photographer Alexander Khimushin

Alexander Khimushin just took a backpack and went to travel around the world. He has been to 84 countries and finally realized that the most interesting about new places are … people. Three years ago he launched the photo-project “The World in Faces” that would show the beauty and diversity of the world through portraits of ordinary people. Alexander ended his project in Siberia where he photographed indigenous people of the region. Continue reading »

Simple & Difficult Russia: Photo Collection Of Anna Skladmann

Just found some interesting pictures from a personal photography collection of Anna Skladmann, a German photographer that lives and works between New York and Moscow. During travelling and living in Russia, Anna made a few series of photos which show us simple and the same time difficult life of Russian young and adult people. Continue reading »

Gorgeous Pics Of The Ordinary Swedish Residents And Karelian Orthodox Monks Photographed By Einar Erici In 1930s

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Einar Erici (1885–1965) was a physician by profession, working at a tuberculosis hospital in Stockholm, even running a private medical practice. He was by then the most renowned Swedish expert of church organs and organ builders, and his archival collection is today held by the Swedish National Heritage Board. This archive includes mostly writings, such as letters and manuscripts for published articles and essays, but also more than 2 000 black and white photos – original prints, glass plates and film negatives. Continue reading »

Invisible People: Stunning Street Photography Series Inspired By A True Story

According to Česlovas Česnakevičius: “My name is Česlovas Česnakevičius, I am an artist and a photographer based in Vilnius, Lithuania. Continue reading »