Did you ever scroll through Instagram and get a nagging sense of deja vu? There is a reason why. Insta Repeat is an account dedicated to highlighting the ‘visual sameness’ of many Instagram pics, tracking the ‘trends’ of influencers who see where the likes are and follow along to the same places, and strike the same poses. Continue reading »
The 1920s also known as the roaring twenties is the year of explosive creativity and innovative fashion styles. The economic prosperity after the First World War brought about widespread availability of high fashion items to almost all walks of life.
It was the decade where people became bold and daring about their fashion styles, abandoning the formal and restricted fashions of the past years. If it weren’t for fashion designers from the 1920s, we wouldn’t have laid our hands on timeless fashion items like cloche hats, flapper dresses, and high heeled shoes. As a remembrance of the era’s flourishing fashion game, here are photos showing the amazing women’s street style from the 1920s. Continue reading »
Bulgarian artist Christo Guelov has been turning the crosswalks in Madrid, Spain, into fun and colorful art pieces. Continue reading »
Brian Dowling usually works as an entertainment photographer, but after hearing from a friend who’d been bullied for having red hair he took a whole year off and began working on a project to celebrate the beauty of redheads. Over the course of the year, he captured an incredible 130 photographs of women from across 20 different countries. Continue reading »
Our collection begins with masterpieces by Tang Yau Hoong, which are my personal favorites. If you’re asking why, the answer is quite simple: because the ideas perfectly converted into the actual design. Everything makes sense up here. Anyway, all featured designs are just awesome. Enjoy the works below and get inspired! Continue reading »
These stunning photographs are not just colourful depictions of city life – they are also part of a visionary attempt to capture the passage of time in still images. Artist Fong Qi Wei was keen to invent a way to show how scenes change over time, without resorting to a video camera or time-lapse photography. So he captured multiple pictures of the same sites over the course of a day, before splicing them together into a single image taken over several hours. The series is entitled ‘Time is a Dimension’, and aims to prove that skilled photography can show the passage of time just as easily as a video. Continue reading »
The Last Portrait Of Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali Showing The Destructive Effects Of Parkinson’s Disease
Harrowing effects of more than three decades fighting Parkinson’s seen in extraordinary images. British photographer Zenon Texeira captured moving portraits of former world champion at his home in March Ali passed away on Saturday aged 74 after 32-year battle with neurodegenerative disease brought on by his boxing Muhammad Ali raises his fists for the final time in haunting photographs from The Greatest’s last ever shoot. Continue reading »
You won’t find many people who are ready to admit just how much they depend on their smartphone, computer or tablet. But this is completely natural for the high-tech world we live in, you’ll say. Nevertheless, once in a while it’s worth facing up to the reality of what impact this dependency has on our lives.
The following images will help you do just that. Take a look. Continue reading »
Introverts are unique people. Many of them prefer to spend their evenings and weekends spending time with themselves at home rather than hanging out in a noisy bar or supporting their favourite football team at the stadium. Sometimes they end up with a negative reputation which they really don’t deserve.
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The artist Agustina Guerrero draws brilliant illustrations about the everyday life led by ordinary women all over the world. She is seriously observant, noticing the kind of details about their lives that many men would never even guess at. At the same time, her illustrations are charmingly straightforward — she draws her own life, with its joys and sorrows, and at the same time manages to always see the funny side of what happens. Continue reading »
It’s not every day you see a series of photos clearly documenting someone with a front end loader pushing industrial waste directly into the ocean without any care of secrecy or stealth. Photographer Stephen Mallon captured this series of pictures over three years to document the unusual methods that New York City uses to dispose of its subway cars, but before you jump to conclusions, be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom, because this dumping has a secret purpose! Continue reading »