Everyday Objects Turned Into Delightful Alternative Reality By Illustrator Tineke Meirink

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With her series ‘Stop Watch’ artist Tineke Meirink proofs that ‘it’s just more fun to take a closer look’. The Dutch artist takes photos of everyday objects found on the streets that are mostly dull or even invisible to most people but not to her. Tineke Meirink recognizes the beautiful potential in them, revealing it to us by digitally drawing delightful characters on the pictures. That way the photos get a whole different meaning, they come to life. She hopes it makes people realize that everything has its beauty. Continue reading »

These Humorous Illustrations Perfectly Sum Up The Reality Of Living With Anxiety And Depression

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British illustrator Gemma Correll has created comical illustrations to help her cope with the everyday struggles of living with clinical anxiety and depression. Correll — a graduate of the Norwich School of Art and Design — penned the comic-book style illustrations to raise awareness of the condition and to encourage people to speak more freely about the condition. Continue reading »

9 Painfully True SEX-Pectations Vs Reality

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Loryn Brantz is a two-time Emmy Award-winning illustrator and design professional. Her client list includes HarperCollins, PBS, and Facebook. She is also an award-winning children’s book author and earned the 2010 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award for Best First Picture Book for Harvey the Child Mime. Loryn is currently on staff at BuzzFeed writing and illustrating about stuff and things. Continue reading »

Virtual Reality Device Allows Users to Wander the Forest through the Eyes of an Animal

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‘In the Eyes of an Animal’ is the newest brainchild from the London-based design studio Marshmallow Laser Feast, allowing you to take a fascinating journey through the forest with the eyes of an animal. Located in Grizedale Forest, UK and commissioned by the AND Festival, this installation is a virtual reality experience that merges nature with technology. Continue reading »

Instagram Helps Hide the Harsh Reality of Life in India

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Whilst Instagram has helped us all see more of the world, it’s also changed the way we view it in more ways than one. Continuing on from our recent story that revealed what was really happening behind-the-scenes of your favorite Instagram accounts, comes the eye-opening series ‘Broken India’. Continue reading »

Brazilian Street Art Shows the Human Reality and their Social Masks

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In today’s world it is normal have our social masks, especially in social media. The Fite Street Art group, create by Will Ferreira and Michel Japs, shows in their work beyond the reality of the Brazilian people, but also the mask behind the personality of us.
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“Come and See”. True Reality of War Photos by Peter Van Agtmael

Peter van Agtmael (b. 1981) graduated from Yale University in 2003 with a degree in History. Following graduation, he spent a year in China on the Charles P. Howland fellowship photographing the effects of the Three Gorges Dam. He became a freelance photographer at the end of 2004. Since the beginning of 2006, he has documented the consequences of America’s Wars, at home and abroad. A monograph of the work, “2nd Tour Hope I Don’t Die” was published in 2009. In 2008, he helped organize the exhibition and book Battlespace, a retrospective of unseen work from 22 photographers covering Iraq and Afghanistan. He is represented by Magnum Photos

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Peter Van Agtmael began his first tour documenting the army at 24, the same age as many of the soldiers. A friend of this young Marine at FOB Delhi asked Van Agtmael if he wanted to see a picture that he’d drawn. It was of an angry pig with a giant pen*s dressed as a Marine, holding a machine gun. (Photo and caption by Van Agtmael/Harrison Jacobs/Magnum Photos)
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A Catalog that Believes Reality Can Sell Clothes Better than Photoshop


These are images from the catalog for Debenhams, a British department store. Don’t you wish every store expanded their ideas of beauty like they have? Continue reading »

The Reality of Cloud Computing

The reality of cloud computing infographic by Rackspace UK.

Virtual Reality Photography

VRP stands for “Virtual Reality Photography”. This is a personal project of Leonardo Sang, that uses video games as platforms for everyday photography. VRP’s objective is to show how video games have a full visual capacity and complexity to create a proper photographic ambient and also show how photography can be applied in many ways. All the pictures created are composed just like “real world” photography. Basic colour composing, alignment, lines, geometry and etc… sometimes just curious snapshot. It’s not necessarily a “visually realistic” picture. Continue reading »

Reality Check

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Forgotten Reality


Motel postcards from the past.