• Virtual Reality for Travellers

    Qantas together with Samsung is going to give customers a spectacular three dimensional experience in a 360 degree style interactive format. Virtual Reality Experience for Travellers will be available to customers in Sydney and Melbourne at First Class cabins from mid-February and on selected A380 flights between Australia and Los Angeles in the First Class […]

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  • The largest lake in The Faroe Islands

    Sørvágsvatn, the largest lake in the Faroe Islands is situated on the island of Vágar and it’s 30 meter above the sea level, but the cliff is 100 meters high. On the pictures it looks like the lake is about the same level as the cliff. The most important lakes in the Faroe Islands are Leitisvatn and […]

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  • 3D Alphabet

    Meet Alejandro López Becerra, graphic designer from Madrid, Spain. When you look at his portfolio, you will find his special interest in fonts. We asked him about it, and about his inspirations. This is what he told us: I studied graphic design and I was always interested in typography. I think the typography is one […]

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  • Food under the microscope

    Caren Alpert put food under the electron microscope and reveals a mysterious view of our daily products as part of a larger eco-system. Food under the microscope looks like an abstract piece of art. Limited edition prints are available for purchase through artist at: carenalpertfineart.com submit your artwork at headswideopen@gmail.com  

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  • Street Photography by Daniel Eliasson

    Today Heads Wide Open would like to introduce, a Photographer from Sweden, who specializes in street photography, as he says :“to capture the perfect moment, and to document our lives today”. Daniel Eliasson, that’s his name, told us a little about his work, technique and plans for future: About his photography: I have a great […]

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  • Licit Drugs

    There was a time, not so long ago, at the end of 19th and beginning of 20th century, when drugs like heroin and opium were legal. Even more, you could buy them in pharmacy and apply to your children! Some facts about licit drugs: Heroin was produced by Bayer company (as a substitute of morphine!) till 1913, […]

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  • Candy-Colored Photos

    Meet Matt Crump, the artist who can change ordinary picture into candy-colored piece of art:   I’m Matt Crump (@mattcrump) the creator of the digital pop art movement called #candyminimal, which combines saturated candy colors with minimalist composition. To encourage others to create their own candy-colored photos, I’ve written tutorials on my style focusing on […]

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  • Mourning Dress from 1815 to 1915

    The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, presents an exhibition ‘Death Becomes Her’ with mourning dress from 1815 to 1915. It explores the aesthetic development and cultural implications of mourning fashions in accessories, black crape and silk dresses and letter introduction of color with shades of gray and mauve. The exposition includes […]

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  • Minimalism with Rain and Fog

    Pictures made by Belgian Photographer Demaret Didier, with distant horizon hidden by rain and fog, as an important element of static composition, has all that satisfy demanding audience with a passion of minimalism in landscape photography. Something for enthusiasts of romantic climates with sensitive souls. This is what the Author says about his works: “I […]

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  • Post apocalyptic visions

    Catastrophe, stalemate, post apocalyptic visions, this words can describe the subjects of Steve McGhee works. He shows human helplessness against the forces of nature and the vicissitudes of life. Scary and fascinating, like a screenshots from Hollywood high-budget movie. For more works visit Steve site: stevemcghee.com

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