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Photographer Documents Secret Life Of Superhero Toys

Have you ever made a stop-motion Lego movie? Well, photographer Edy Hardjo, who goes by the pseudonym Hrjoe, has done something similar: awesome looking scenes with superhero action figures!

Russian Photographer Takes Pictures Of Squirrels Going NUTS In The Snow

Squirrels are funny little critters that flit around trees like little brown flashes. Vadim Trunov, a Russian photographer, got pictures of some of these little rascals playing in the snow.

This 50-Year-Old Kitchen Hasn’t Been Touched Since The 1950s

'House untouched for 50 years' usually means rats, mold and various unspeakable things. However, when Nathan Chandler bought this home in 2010, he found a pleasant surprise: a kitchen that had remained untouched since it was finished in 1956.

Romanian Photographer Travels 37 Countries To Take Pictures Of Women and Show That Beauty Is Everywhere

Mihaela Noroc of Romania decided to travel the world (on the cheap) and create an Atlas of Beauty to see how beauty looks around the world. Her photo series shows a wide variety of beautiful women in their environment and clothing of choice. The result is more impressive and beautiful...

How To Pronounce The Names of 24 Famous Places You‘ve Mispronounced Your Entire Life

Mistypes are annoying - nay, shameful - for a literate person, but what about mispronunciations? Those can be really embarrassing. Fortunately, there's this snazzy visual guide to commonly mispronounced places from around the world!

The Photographers Behind Their Most Well-Known Images

You might have shared one of these impressive pictures on social media, but do you know who took them? Tim Mantoani, a US photographer who has worked for Sports Illustrated and Newsweek, decided to give something back: to take pictures of the photographers together with the images that brought them...

Japanese Army Builds Enormous Star Wars Sculpture For Snow Festival

Geeks like to go all the way with their projects, and Japan is a country full of geeks. That‘s why they spent a month (and purportedly enlisted the help of the Army) building a giant Star Wars snow sculpture for the 66th Sapporo Snow Festival.

15 Artists Collaborate To Make London Children’s Hospital A Brighter Place To Heal

Hospitals are no fun: you’re sick, the food is horrible and everything looks bleak and sterile. But a British art organization by the name of Vital Arts (working for Barts NHS Trust and charitably funded) decided to something about that last part.

21 Unusual Valentine’s Cards For People With An Interesting Definition Of Love

Valentine‘s day! Why not celebrate with some Internet-brand contempt for ‘squares’ and socially acceptable behavior? Here are some crazy cards for the more... interesting couples out there!

Russian Fairytales Through The Eyes Of Photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina

Through her images, Russian photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina takes an unexpectedly surreal look at traditional Russian fairytales. The stories, often full of pagan symbols, myths, and spooky settings, are brought into modern reality.

How Would Disney Princesses Look With Realistic Hair?

Illustrator Loryn Brantz reimagined Disney princesses with realistic hair and see how well would they look in humid weather or after waking up. The princesses do not lose much of their charm even with their bad hair days, although they sure look easier to relate to for the young girls...

20 Unbelievable Photos Of Pollution In China

When you take a look at the pictures below, you can begin to understand how China is one of those places where 16,000 dead pigs can be found floating down the river.
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No More Coffins – These Organic Burial Pods Turn Cemetery Into A Forest

Not everyone can get fired from a cannon, and not everyone wants to be buried in a coffin. Capsula Mundi, a project from Italy, is the penultimate hippie solution for burial: an organic pod for the deceased that has a tree planted on top of it.

Banksy Secretly Gets Into Gaza To Create Controversial Street Art

Banksy is the artist when it comes to street art of all sorts. And he continues to stick it to the man by sneaking into Gaza, Palestine, to draw some uncomfortable art.

Highly Detailed Origami Dinosaurs and Dragons By Vietnamese Chemistry Teacher

Paper planes are easy and most people don't bleed to death while trying to make paper boats. But Adam Tran of Vietnam can make origami dinosaurs - big ones, too.

Spanish Artist Photoshops Celebrities To Look Fat And Make People Happier About Their Bodies

Photo editors rarely add pounds to women - except when the chest area is concerned. Well, Spanish artist David Lopera added a lot of curves to celebrities, ostensibly to promote positive body image.

100 Years Project: Photographer Captures Portraits Of People From 1 To 100 Years Of Age

Russia is a strange land, and a very big land. Keen Heick-Abildhauge lived there for some time and wanted to show its people to the world. Thus One Hundred Years "The Russian Portrait" project was born. A hundred pictures of Russians aged 1 to 100 tells a shifting story of dreams and images.

In Love For More Than 50 Years: Couples Pose For Heartwarming Photo Series

When you're about 20 years old, it's hard to imagine couples that stayed together for more than three years. But photographer Lauren Fleishman aimed at ones that had been in love for far far longer: her book The Lovers is all about couples who had been together for more than 50 years.

Two Offices Connected With A Grassy Walkway By A Polish Architects

Most strolls down a grassy path don't invoke vertigo - but this one does. This project by Zalewski Architecture Group from Poland is grassy walkway suspended high above their yard.

Celebrity Portraits Taken After Oscars At Vanity Fair’s Party

Love 'em or hate 'em, the Oscars are still the most important movie event of the year. And, second year in a row, famed photographer Mark Seliger was there to do celebrity portrait shoots at Vanity Fair’s Oscar after party.

America’s First Female Photojournalist And Her 50-Pound Camera

Before you get to masters of any profession, you have to have pioneers. And Jessie Tarbox Beals was America's first female press photographer.

Artist Grows Crystals On Discarded Books To Show Their Fragility

People will spout about impermanence of digital records, but books are really fragile, too. Alexis Arnold from San Francisco wanted to illustrate that with her project The Crystallized Book.

Working Dogs: Photographer Shows Some Of The Toughest Jobs For Canines

Cats might lounge around all day long and plan murder (or more lounging), but many dogs get to work. Photographer Andrew Fladeboe travelled to Norway and New Zealand to take pictures of various working dogs for his project The Shepherd’s Realm.

Photographer Documents Secret Life Of Superhero Toys

Have you ever made a stop-motion Lego movie? Well, photographer Edy Hardjo, who goes by the pseudonym Hrjoe, has done something similar: awesome looking scenes with superhero action figures!