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Shoe That Grows: Man Invents Shoe To Help Millions Of Poor Children

Impoverished children often have difficulty getting new shoes once they outgrow their old ones - or any shoes at all. But Kenton Lee of Because International aims to provide a solution: a shoe designed to last impoverished children five years!

25 Powerful Pieces Of Street Art That Tell The Painful Truth

The world is not in a good shape, and these street artist are here to say it. Using the urban walls as their canvas, ROA, Blu, Banksy and many others are reaching out to the masses.

24 Brilliant New Words That Must Be Added To A Dictionary

The beautiful thing about language is that it changes to reflect the times. Sometimes we even have to coin our own words and phrases for new things!

Mom Captures Photos Of Her Brave Daughters To Show Girls That ‘Strong Is The New Pretty’

Why force a girl to play with dolls and toy ovens when she might be reasonably interested in toy soldiers? Kate Parker thinks the same as she documents her daughters being free to be… themselves!

Artist Photographs Happy Childhood Moments Of Kids Around The Block

Children have an almost supernatural ability to be happy. And Adrian McDonald took some time to to photograph the joyous daily lives of his neighbor children.

Photographer Shoots Angry Lion Pic Moments Before It Jumped To Attack Him

A lion is the king of all he surveys, and he’ll protect his realm from anyone - including photographers! That’s how Atif Saeed managed to take this stunning picture of an angry lion!

Instead Of Photographing Hollywood Celebrities With A DSLR, This Photographer Used A Vintage Camera

Shooting with old-timey cameras is all fine and dandy, but Victoria Will really merged the old with the new in her Sundance 2015 celebrity tintypes!

Robert Therrien found that by recreating everyday objects true to their original material and color, but on a greatly enlarged scale, the viewer’s relationship to them changed dramatically. He made this significant breakthrough back in 1993, and it influenced all his ensuing work. Robert Therrien was born in Chicago in 1947, and his work has been exhibited throughout the world since the 1970s. (sources: 1 | 2)

Photo by Joshua White

Photo by Robert McKeever

Photo by Robert McKeever

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  • andy

    wow, I love this. it’s so surreal!