This new wetsuit will have men everywhere surfing in style! Quicksilver Japan recently announced the release of True Wetsuits, a high quality wetsuit that you can wear both in the boardroom and at the beach. While the suit jacket and pants are made of stretchy neoprene, the shirt is made with Dryflight, a water repellent fabric developed by Quiksilver and 3M. It…

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If you’re walking along the streets of cities like Paris, Barcelona, and Portland, you might come across the Outings project. It’s a worldwide participative event that was initiated by French artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianaca. People around the globe install obscure figures seen in historical paintings as street art. These subjects now occupy bricks and concrete rather…

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A New Jersey homeowner was fortunate enough to find a delightfully cute surprise in his backyard—a litter of baby foxes! Philip Wang and his daughter Alice discovered the little kits on their 7-acre property in Princeton, NJ. The pair photographed the adorable foxes as they dozed together, played with each other, explored their surroundings, and even turned their curious eyes upon the…

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Brooklyn-based artist Dennis McNett carves into large pieces of wood and transforms their surfaces into energetic characters and dynamic ocean waves. His colorful works sometimes combine two creatures - like wolves and snakes - and the results are incredibly imaginative and often fierce looking. McNett depicts the sharp teeth of a leopard in minute, impressive detail.

These unique pieces are…

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Using a completely blank canvas, painter Adam S. Doyle has the innate ability to create magical, lifelike images. With the use of simplified, visible brushstrokes, Doyle organically paints vivid creatures such as howling wolves, birds in flight, and stoic foxes. Each captivating monochromatic subject is designed…

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Maude White snips away tiny bits of paper to reveal incredibly intricate scenes. The artist, based in Buffalo, New York, brings imaginative animals and fanciful panoramas to life with her lacy, hand-cut designs. She calls her technique “paper carving.” Most of her creations are cut from plain white paper in crisp simplicity, but she also crafted a handful of projects from faded road maps. From…

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Ellie Davies enchants us with surreal portraits of forests that glow with mystical fairy lights and ominous waves of mist.  The London-based abstract photographer creates her captivating shots in natural areas throughout the UK. With the woods as her canvas, fireflies illuminate desolate clearings, and cascading flurries of glitter dust dramatically lit patches of trees.

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With graffiti artist Christina Angelina’s creative touch, an abandoned water tower in the California desert has become a spectacular amphitheater covered in gorgeous murals of women’s faces. The artist collaborated with Ease One and worked night and day to blanket the walls with the dramatic, close-up paintings that emanate a cinematic glow.

Visitors to the Slab City installation must…

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If you’ve ever been lucky enough to witness a double rainbow, you know how rare that phenomenon is. But what about a quadruple rainbow? That’s even more uncommon, though it definitely happens. Amanda Curtis snapped this gorgeous image over Glen Cove, New York on April 21 while waiting for the Long Island Railroad to arrive. It features streaks of arcing, colorful light…

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