Romanian photographer Caras Ionut imagines what our world would look like in beautiful shades of blue. Using digital editing techniques, he shows us magnificent landscapes, as well as dreamy long-exposure shots of the night sky. A seaman for over 24 years, his love for photography began only about seven years ago, a…
Remember those gloomy days when you've been stuck helplessly with a really weak Wi-Fi signal. It's one of the most frustrating first world problems ever, especially if there's somthing really important you need to do on the internet.
Thanks to Amped Wireless, this will never be an issue again! The…Continue
Human Statue of Liberty, 1918
It's almost impossible to comprehend the scale of these historic photographs by Englishman Arthur S Mole and his American colleague John D Thomas, who were commissioned by the US government to take the pictures as a way to raise morale among the troops and raise money by selling the shots to the public during WWI.
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Be sure not to stare at these gifs too long or your brain will start to melt away. Motion designer Micaël Reynaud pushes us into a psychedelic haze with these "living" images. The photos from the piece above were taken by Michael Jang.…
Although basketball and astronomy may seem like polar opposite hobbies, one photographer combined the two and created this perfectly-timed picture. The juxtaposition between the basketball hoop and full moon appear to be a natural fit.
Photo credit: Caras Ionut
Street artist JR is currently showcasing his extraordinary work at Galerie Perrotin in Paris. Bringing miniaturized samples of his outdoor pieces into the gallery, the exhibition features many of the TED prize winner's previous projects including Women are Heroes and Wrinkles in the City, along with works from…Continue
Here's a new twist on one of the oldest classic games ever. The wall-mounted Vertical Chessboard ($300) saves precious space in tight quarters, allowing games of indefinite length. My only question is, where do you put the pieces after they die?
According to Hammacher Schlemmer, the board is made from…Continue
Earlier today, Pinar showed us the wonderful 365 project by 19-year-old prodigy Rebeca Cygnus. After looking deeper into her portfolio, we just had to feature some of her magically surreal photographs. "In my photography I look for the surreal world and to be a storyteller," says…
Inspired by Levi of Veluw, Dutch design collective Autobahn created this fantastic book cover concept of a forest created on the back of a human body. Photographer Marieke Wijntjes gives us a peak at how the entire process came…
"My current work is concerned with parallels between human emotional states and the mass produced design objects we live with and within," explains Beitz. "I explore ideas through drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. My experience as…Continue
FOX GAMES © 1989 Sandy Skoglund
Decades before Photoshop was available, American artist Sandy Skoglund started creating surrealist images by building incredibly elaborate sets, a process which took months to complete. Her works are characterized by an overwhelming amount of one object and either bright, contrasting…
Every year, National Geographic holds a contest to celebrate the best photos of 2011. Although the deadline for submissions is coming up on November 30, Nat Geo allowed Alan Taylor to put the spotlight on some of the marvelous entries.…
These stunning photos by Oleg Gordienko feature one of the most beautiful train tunnels in the world. (It is located in an enchanting forest at Ukraine.) Gordienko does a great job at capturing distance and space with these shots, as lush green vegetation forms the most…
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