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How different can someone appear if you simply change the way that you’d normally look at them? Cape Town-based photographer Anelia Loubser explores this idea in her series Alienation, which is a collection of portraits that capture people turned upside down. The black and white photographs are zoomed in and show us crystal-clear depictions of the eyes, foreheads, and hair in ways that…

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Three years ago, the artist Pejac lived in a house with a lot of windows located in Valencia, Spain. He didn’t have any curtains hung, but used the crystal-clear view of apartment buildings and a security camera to experiment with paper and acrylic works on glass. Pejac's lack of privacy coupled with ample sunlight resulted in simple silhouetted pieces that play with scale and his…

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Canadian photographer Christopher Moloney brings the magic of cinema to life with FILMography, an ongoing art project that matches scenes from movies with their real-life, present-day locations. After printing out a black-and-white still from a film, Moloney holds up the print and snaps a photo of it aligned perfectly with the actual building, street, or or landmark behind…

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Enchanting Surreal Photographs by Kylli Sparre

Photographer Kylli Sparre draws upon her background in dance to create elegant narratives that feel like scenes right out of a dream. The artist uses image manipulation to merge graceful figures with surreal backgrounds. The intriguing compositions are filled with a powerful energy that radiates with emotion.

Through her rich imagination, Sparre produces enchanting moments where…

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Marriage proposals can be scary, even if you know that the other person will say yes. How and where you’ll ask is always a factor, as well as where to hide the ring. After all, it’d be tragic if it were discovered beforehand. A slimline engagement ring box called Clifton solves this potential problem. Designed by Andrew Zo, it’s no bigger than the size of a wallet and slides into your…

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Last Sunday, 34-year-old Peder Mondrup became the first person with cerebral palsy to complete an Ironman triathlon, thanks to his own determination and the tremendous love and support of his twin brother, Steen. Using special equipment, Steen swam 2.4 miles while pulling Peder on a rubber raft, biked 112 miles with his brother seated in front of him, and ran 26.2 miles while pushing…

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Reddit user meancloth recently saw the image of his wife’s latest ultrasound, which would no doubt be a touching sight for any parent-to-be. But, one small thing made it even better. Their baby boy was giving a thumbs up! You can clearly see in the hilarious photo that he’s saying that he “approves” of the ultrasound.

Since meancloth posted the picture on Reddit a mere few days ago, it’s…

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Artist Anoka Faruqee accomplishes impressive illusions of movement in her series of Moiré paintings. She uses a notched, comb-like trowel to produce the graphic, abstract lines that overlap in unexpected patterns, taking special care to select acrylic colors that will blend well together on the linen panels.

Though each final product seems like it could be experimental in nature, there is…

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A Quiet Day in Wonderland by Nikita Gill

London-based photographer and digital artist, Nikita Gill, transports viewers to a picturesque world that totters the boundary between reality and fantasy. A Quiet Day in Wonderland, Gill's whimsical series, revolves around the course of a day in the mythical land, and beautifully merges photography with art using her incredible editing skills, and vigilant…

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