Woman Warriors: Artist Drew These Women Of Different Body Types As Powerful Warriors

Woman Warriors: Artist Drew These Women Of Different Body Types As Powerful Warriors

According to an illustrator Yael Nathan: “I wanted to depict strong women warriors who do not necessarily look like the typical warrior. With different sizes, ages, and body types, each one feels like she has a rich backstory and history. You can find all my warrior women in a high-res, free-to-download PDF in the link below.” Continue reading »

Star Wars Japanese Ink Warrior Paintings Give Darth Vader And Stormtroopers Samurai Portraits

Star Wars Japanese Ink Warrior Paintings Give Darth Vader And Stormtroopers Samurai Portraits

Given the inspiration that Akira Kurosawa’s films and the lore of samurai warriors have meant for the Star Wars franchise, it’s no surprise that affinity between Japan’s feudal warriors and the galactic epic has produced some truly awesome collaborations. Continue reading »

Photographer Brent Stirton Captured Magnificent Images Of Mursi Warriors Of The Omo Valley In Ethiopia

Photographer Brent Stirton Captured Magnificent Images Of Mursi Warriors Of The Omo Valley In Ethiopia
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Brent Stirton is a senior staff photographer at Getty Images and four times a World Press Photo winner. On his travels Brent encountered a fair amount of conflict, including a tribal skirmish over a strip of land that resulted in the death of nine people. Continue reading »

Japanese Instant Noodle Warriors By Taishi Arimura

Japanese Instant Noodle Warriors By Taishi Arimura

Taishi Arimura is a young graphic designer based in Tokyo. At the age of 25, his eclectic body of work contains humor, wit and beauty – everything one would want in a visual designer. In one particular series of works, Arimura uses imitation food samples and actual instant noodle packaging to create ‘noodle warriors.’ We don’t know whether we want to watch them fight, or eat them. Continue reading »

More than 100 New Terracotta Warriors of Qin Dynasty Unearthed in China

More than 100 life-size terracotta warriors have added to the Terracotta Army of China’s Qin Dynasty as archaeologists announced on Monday about the new statues that have been excavated on the outskirts of Xi’an province in China.

The new terracotta warriors, about 110, were unearthed at an excavation site inside the No1 pit of the Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, which is actually the mausoleum of Qin Dynasty’s Qin Shi Huang (221-210 BC), the first emperor of China.

More than 100 New Terracotta Warriors of Qin Dynasty Unearthed in China

A member of an archaeology team unearths the head of a terracotta warrior inside the No.1 pit of the Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, on the outskirts of Xi’an, 11 June, 2012. (Reuters) Continue reading »