New York Over 35 Years Ago – 55 Color Snapshots Show The Most Populous City In The United States In 1980

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Drug Awareness: Rare And Haunting Photos Show Drug-Addled Men And Women Lying In The Opium Dens Of 19th Century America

Two women and a man smoking in an opium den in Chinatown, San Francisco, circa 1890.

Reclining on bunk beds while sucking on opium pipes, these haunting photos provide a rare glimpse into life in America’s 19th century opium dens that prompted the country’s first crackdown on drugs.

Established by the Chinese and arriving in the US via ships, the first opium dens sprung up in San Francisco’s Chinatown during the 1840s and 1850s, and were soon being used by people from all walks of society. Continue reading »

Wide Seats And Plenty Of Legroom: These Old Pan Am Photos Show How Much Airline Travel Has Changed

Pan American World Airways, commonly known as Pan Am, was the largest international air carrier based in the U.S. from 1927 until 1991. The airline has always had a place in popular culture as a kind of standard bearer for luxury and excellence. Continue reading »

“Elevations & Avenues”: Aesthetic New York Streetscapes By Matt Petosa

Amazing street scenes by Matt Petosa, a talented photographer, retoucher, and urban explorer based in New York, USA. Matt focuses on street photography and urban landscapes in exquisite detail. He explores New York to capture spectacular cinematic street photos. Continue reading »

Icy Rain Creates ‘Ghost Apples’ In Michigan

The freezing rain created an unusual phenomenon in the Fruit Ridge area of Kent County, Michigan: “ghost apples.” Andrew Sietsema sent in photos of the hollow ice apples to ReportIt late Wednesday night. He said he came across the interesting formations while pruning apple trees earlier that day. Continue reading »

Photographer Christopher Soukup Captures Mysterious And Cinematic Nights In California

Photographer Christopher Soukup’s «Cinematic» series immerses us into the dark, hazy world of Californian nights with a retro style filter emphasizing the dramatic effect of these sceneries. These images can actually be seen as pieces of «never made movies», according to the artist. Continue reading »

A Photographer Travels Across The US To Capture Inspirational And Poetical Photos Of American Nature

Nathaniel Wise is an adventure and travel photographer, based in Seattle, that is a little bit obsessed with living on the road exploring, offers here a unique views on US nature. Poetical, majestical and inspirational, these pictures are a marvelous way to discover this naturally luxurious places. Continue reading »

GPS Map Composed Of 68,000 Pinpoints Tracks The Territorial Nature Of Minnesota Wolves

The Voyageurs Wolf Project is a collaboration between the University of Minnesota and Voyageurs National Park which tracks and studies wolves throughout the warmer months. In 2018, the project studied six northern Minnesota packs, creating a map that showcases the intensely territorial way the animals behave, and how tightly they stick to their packs. The brightly colored line drawings were composed from 68,000 GPS locations of the six packs, with negligible crossover between the data-driven formations. Continue reading »

“Triumph Of Hate”: Examining The Underbelly Of US Culture – Gun Violence, White Supremacy, And Greed

Sandow Birk’s exhibition at PPOW Gallery, Triumph of Hate, examines dark strains in the culture and politics of the United States, including Trump, gun violence, white supremacy, and greed. Birk’s body of work is unusual in that its explicit politics don’t read as overly didactic — a difficult line to walk successfully. Triumph of Hate is comprised of three distinct bodies of work: a series of satirical prints about Trumpian exploits, graphically violent paintings examining recent events, and a triptych of woodblock prints representing the battle of good versus evil throughout American history. Continue reading »

Artist Imagines What Donald Trump Would Do If He Was Born In Russia

An exhibition named “Trum Pum Pum” was held in Russian city of Ulyanovsk. It consisted of latest paintings of Vyacheslav Zhdanov. The artists displayed paintings, portraying Trump, but with a twist. The artist wondered how a billionaire’s life would be, if he was born in Russia. Continue reading »

Illustrator Re-Designs The Alphabet Using Wes Anderson Characters

‘C’ is for composition.

Las Vegas-based illustrator Abbie Paulhus has created a charming English alphabet poster that’s inspired by iconic filmmaker Wes Anderson. Continue reading »

Stunning Vintage Photos That Capture New York’s Subway Since The ’80s

The Travelers. Brooklyn. Early 1980’s

Legendary New York-based fashion, documentary and street photographer Jamel Shabazz has been scanning the scenes of New York City for about 40 years now, reflecting its lifestyles, moods, fashions, and social struggles. Jamel Shabazz’s work goes far beyond photography, it is pure sociological documentation which has immortalized decades of New York City’s culture. Continue reading »

Snow Just Fell In Arizona Desert And Even Though These Frosty Photos Look Beautiful, It Might Be A Serious Problem


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You wouldn’t normally expect snowfall in a place like Arizona, but last week Mother Nature decided to play a little trick on the locals by covering the Sonoran Desert in a fresh layer of snow. Many locals were surprised by such an event and quickly starter flooding social networks with pictures of snowy desert landscapes. Continue reading »

The Funniest Anti-Trump Protest Signs

These people are convinced that Donald Trump’s presidency is a terrible mistake and are not afraid to tell it to the world via hilarious signs. Continue reading »

A Flight Inspired Art Installation For The San Diego International Airport

Artist Mark Reigelman II has designed three permanent site-specific installations at San Diego International Airport, made from screens that showcase various plane designs. Working together with the airport staff from the Arts Program and Design & Construction department, and San Diego Air and Space Museum, the artist came up with a design that represented the local aeronautic history. Continue reading »