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Warm And Inspiring Dog Portraits By Alicja Zmyslowska

Alicja Zmyslowska has one of the most heartwarming jobs ever – she’s a professional dog photographer. The Polish photographer takes magnificent portraits of dogs that look supremely happy and relaxed, as if they are being photographed by their best human friend.

Brothers Recreate Their Childhood Photos As A Sweet Anniversary Present For Their Parents

Here‘s a fun way to congratulate your parents on their wedding anniversary – gather your siblings around and recreate your childhood photos! That's what these two brothers did when they wanted to surprise their parents with something original and sweet for the 46th anniversary of their special day.

Husband Hires 23 Artists to Make His Wife A Birthday Present

Ernst Berlin commissioned 23 artists that he found on Reddit Gets Drawn to create their own interpretations of his family‘s photos. He decided to make this project as a birthday present for his wife Agnes and to celebrate the addition of a new member to their family - an 8-month-old...

Van Gogh’s Starry Night Recreated As A Glow-In-The-Dark Bike Path In Netherlands

Nuenen, the Netherlands, has a new extraordinary attraction – a dreamy solar-powered bicycle path that glows in the dark. The path, created by Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde, looks just like a river of stars, fallen down from the Van Gogh’s "Starry Night."

Icelandic Twin Girls Erna & Hrefna In Mysterious Photos By Ariko Inaoka

Every year, Japanese photographer Ariko Inaoka travels to Iceland to photograph two amazing twin girls named Erna and Hrefna. Since 2009, Inaoka has photographed the girls every summer, documenting their beautiful connection and the passage of time.

Silly Illustrations Of Animals And Their Little Adventures

Animals doing silly things are the lifeblood of the internet. And if the animals are drawn in delightful comics, they're even better! A Tumblr blogger going by the name of Shanghai Tango draws incredibly cute and witty illustrations of dogs, cats, penguins, and other earthlings having fun and making jokes....

25 Of The Scariest Makeup Ideas For Halloween

Tonight is Halloween – the best occasion to bring all your inner demons out and show it to the public, fulfilling your wish to become someone else entirely. This list shows 25 of the creepiest, scariest, and most disturbing Halloween makeup examples for the most horrific night of the year....

Squirrel Becomes A Halloween Monster As It Tries To Steal A Pumpkin

British photographer Max Ellis suspended tiny carved pumpkins with delicious bait inside of them to attract squirrels and make them stick their heads inside his suspended Jack-O‘-Lanterns for a clever photoshoot.

9-Year-Old From Spain Wins The International Wildlife Photography Youth Competition

The annual Young Wildlife Photographer’s grand prize for 2014 went to 9-year-old Carlos Perez Naval from Spain for his beautiful photo of a scorpion.

Artist Inks Famous People Using Photoshop

Seattle-based artist Cheyenne Randall reimagines famous actors, musicians, comics, artists, and other celebrities as they might look with tattoos covering their bodies and faces.

Gravity-Defying Stone Balancing Art By Michael Grab

Canada-born and Colorado-based artist and photographer Michael Grab is a master of stone balancing. Perhaps magician's a better word for it, actually, as it's difficult to comprehend how he could have created his graceful works of balance art.

10 Of The Best Entries From The 2014 World Beard And Moustache Championship

On October 25th, extravagant and stylish men from around the world gathered in Portland, Oregon for the 2014 Just For Men World Beard and Moustache Championship. Roughly 300 people entered the championships, where the best contestants reaped their laurels in 18 categories with three prizes in each.

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)

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  • andy

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