“All Our Wrong Todays”: The Colossal Worlds Of Nicolas Bouvier

The diversity of the world always fascinated him. He knew he was privileged to have had the chance to travel the world extensively at such a young age. From Europe to the States, via China and Singapore, everywhere he went, he observed the people closely and took notes of all the tiny details of the lives of these strangers. Nicolas “Sparth” Bouvie, known as Sparth, let loose his creativity and quickly went from being a mere observer, to translating forms and concepts in impressive game art designs. Continue reading »

What’s Wrong With Today’s Society Captured In Though-Provoking Illustrations By Al Margen

We all know that nothing is perfect. Our modern society included. There are many things that are problematic and troubling, and even though we notice them, we are not too fast to work on fixing matters. Continue reading »

Panoramic Photos That Went Horribly Wrong

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These panorama photo attempts failed miserably… and that’s a good thing. Continue reading »

Wedding Photo Shoot Goes Wrong After A Snake Makes A Surprise Appearance

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Wedding photographer Maddie Mae decided to bring Loretts Laura and Johnny Benson out into the country to take their special wedding photos but that turned out to be a bad idea. The couple got ambushed by a rattlesnake and the groom got bit. Lucky for him the bite wasn’t poisonous and he was able to bounce back with a smile. Continue reading »

Photo of the Day: Wrong Turn

A truck hangs from the Chavantes bridge near Fartura, southern Brazil. The truck driver survived the accident uninjured. (AP)

Censorship Tells the Wrong Story

New print campaign for press freedom, hosted by Reporters Without Borders, called “Censorship Tells the Wrong Story”. Continue reading »

Wrong side of the Art




ABSOLUTELY AMAZING collection of horror, sci-fi, exploitation, cult, trash, B-movie posters. Highly recommended!!!
A lot of posters posters were collected thru the web with special attention to quality and the size at 1000 px and above.