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.
20-year-old Finnish photographer and self-proclaimed squirrel whisperer Konsta Punkka probably has a special vibe that draws animals to him as if he’s their buddy.
Ukrainian photographer Anita Anti combines women and animals to recreate scenes from fairytales. The effect is magical!
It can be hard for us to imagine how much the concept of the ideal feminine body has changed throughout history, which is why this 3-minute video by Buzzfeed is so interesting. It shows how feminine body ideals have looked and evolved over the past 3,000 years.
Japan is always up for building something crazy - like, for example, an otter roundabout - which is exactly what Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park in Miura City did!
Filipino Migrant Worker Spends 10 Years Photographing Hong Kong On Her Days Off And Wins Prestigious Scholarship
27 year old domestic worker Xyza Cruz Bacani, a migrant worker from the Philippines, became famous for her street photographs of Hong Kong, where she travels to work.
When Anna from Frozen sang “Do you want to build a snow man?,” these are the people that lept out of their seats with an excited "Yes!" While they aren't “professionals”, their sculptures still look pretty fantastic. Here are some of their best amateur snow creations.
Man often bends nature to his will to make something great, but Spencer Byles wanted to actually work together with nature. That's why he spent a year making sculptures in unmanaged forests in France.
Japanese sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemaki has shared a series of photos that give us an unexpected look into the creative process behind his wonderfully bizarre wooden sculptures.
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.
Some dogs go on crazy adventures on their own, but Rufus has some help from his owner. He probably doesn't realize it, but Sara Rehnmark dresses him up while he sleeps and posses him for cute pictures.
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 that love them so much....
Ignacio Canales Aracil collects flowers from the most famous gardens in Europe and weaves them into specially-molded forms to make beautiful sculptures.