• Shocking behavior of famous characters

    Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros generated a kind of juxtaposition that reflect defects and problems of our society, such as abuse of drugs, having double standards, questioning faith and values, etc. All classic cartoon characters seen in the way that may destroy our childrens memories. Cinderella with obese, Mickey Mouse is trapped in mousetrap, drunk Princesses… Let’s see […]

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  • Photography of storms

    Mike Hollingshead is American storm chaser collecting his adventures photos since 1999. There is not much to say, photography of storms is so amazing way of life, you can only watch, in hope of never see it in real. Take a look at some of his recent works:

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  • Copper sculptures of horses by Wang Ruilin

    Chinese artist Wang Ruilin made series of copper sculptures of horses and other animals inspired by painting of a horse by the artist Xu Beihong. When first I saw sculptures made by Wang Ruilin in Beijing, I thought this animals are in half dream, half reality. There is something unreal in their streamlined shapes, static, reserved […]

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  • Megacities without Lights

    Have you ever experienced a blackout in the city? Trust me, it’s not funny at all. It may look fascinating, with stunningly beautiful starry sky with contours skyscrapers on it but… you can imagine the chaos and disorganization at the same time. Anyway, Megacities without Lights, works of pioneer in the use of digital techniques […]

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  • Wild animals from Russian Far East

    Ivan Kislov is a mining engineer who works in Chukotka. On this far away land he photographs wild animals in their natural, winter environment. Foxes, bears, rabbits and many more are not afraid of human and come close with curiosity. Wild animals from Russian Far East at images taken by the engineer, give us a […]

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  • Underwater Sculptures to Encourage Coral Reef Growth

    Jason DeCaires Taylor submerges his sculptures several meters underwater in Cancun, Mexico, Nassau, Bahamas and Grenada in the West Indies all in hopes of assimilating them with the region’s natural coral reefs. To experience his works you need to dive into breathtaking natural beauty of the underwater world.

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  • Where the Internet Lives

    Google Throws Open Doors to Its Top-Secret Data Center. “Where the Internet Lives,” by Connie Zhou, is a series of photographs revealing the data servers, wiring, and inner workings that usually lie behind locked doors of Google. Fascinating! I always wanted to unveil the mystery and see where the internet lives.

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  • George Boojury paints animals with great detail

    Mapping out every hair and wrinkle, George Boojury, New York-based artist, paints animals with great detail, in stoic poses. Large-scale ink works on paper prompts us to contemplate our relationship with the animal world. To me, they look like colored drawings from old encyclopedia. You can’t stop looking, you are under a spell. Every detail mapped, […]

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  • Asya Kozina Paper Sculptures will blow your mind!

    Extremely talented paper-cut artist Asya Kozina creates historical wedding dresses, costumes and inspired by Mongolian folklore fashion designs made of delicate paper. In her motherland, In Ukraine, she is called “a fairy of paper”. Impermanence, delicacy and fragility of the material makes us look with even bigger admiration for the Asya Kozina Paper Sculptures.  They will blow […]

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  • Landscape in monochrome by Andy Lee

    Beautiful photography by Andy Lee, professional filmmaker and photographer from United Kingdom who loves portraiture, but recently started to enjoy photographing landscape in monochrome. On his website you can buy limited edition of fine art prints, using the latest Epson professional ink-jets, signed and numbered. I’m sure they will bring calm and depth landscape space into […]

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