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Woman Abandons City Life To Photograph Australia’s Remotest Landscapes

12 years ago, Australian photographer Julie Fletcher exchanged her mundane job, failing romantic relationship, and comfortable Sydney city life for one of the remotest and tiniest towns in the country - Marree. Her move helped her see the most spectacular and breath-taking landscapes in Australia and capture them with her...

Magnificent Iranian Mosque Architecture Captured In Rare Photos By Mohammad Domiri

Mohammad Domiri is a young self-taught photographer from northern Iran who takes beautiful photos of traditional architectural monuments throughout the Middle East.

25 Of The Most Beautiful Doors Around The World

In many countries around the world, decorating the entrance to one’s home is thought to bring luck, happiness and wealth. This list of the most beautiful doors and entrances from many corners of the world will make you look at this fundamental exterior element with new eyes.

This 144-Year-Old Wisteria Is The Largest Of Its Kind In Japan

This magical-looking vine, which rains down pink and purple blooms, is called the wisteria (also spelled wistaria and wysteria), and this specimen is the largest of its kind in Japan.

This Photographer Collected Children’s Nightmares And Turned Them Into Twisted Photos

In his stunning “Dream Collector” series, American photographer Arthur Tress tapped into the immense emotional power present in children's dreams and turned them into a gripping series of surreal photographs.

Tiny People’s Adventures In A World Of Food

Brazilian photographer and visual artist William Kass has a slightly different understanding of what food is than most of us do. In his witty “Minimize – Food” diorama photography series, he uses fruit, vegetables, seeds and other edible products and substances to take his tiny plastic people all around the...

The Old Town Walls Of This Moroccan City Are Covered In Heavenly Blue

This is not a street art performance or part of a city festival - this is what the old town sector (or medina) in Chefchaouen, Morocco, has looked like every day of the year for quite a few decades. The vivid blue paint covers most of the medina's walls.

People Posing As If They’ve Just Fallen In Hilarious Photo Series

The satirical photo series called “In Extremis (Bodies With No Regret)” by photographer Sandro Giordano depicts unfortunate people the moment after they fell, surrounded by their material possessions.

French Illustrator Creates Whimsical Characters Out Of Everyday Objects

Creative people can often see faces, forms and characters in random everyday objects, and it’s especially fun when artists bring these characters to life in their own ways. French illustrator and sculptor Gilbert Legrand takes everyday objects like scissors, brushes, zippers, or cutlery and turns them into whimsical character sculptures....

30 Shocking Animal Ad Campaigns That Will Make You Rethink Your Lifestyle

These ads speak about global issues that aren't easy to solve and suggest that we change our old negative habits for good. They are powerful and intimidating, and will hopefully inspire people to make Earth a better place for all of its inhabitants.

29 Satellite Photos That Will Change Your Perspective On Planet Earth

Daily Overview is a new project that posts one new satellite photograph every day from places around the world that have been touched by human activity. The project was inspired by and based on the idea known as the Overview Effect.
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Miniature Landscapes Sculpted On Household Objects By Kendal Murray

Not much is known about artist Kendal Murray, though one thing is clear – she’s a master of miniature sculpture. Using purses, pocket mirrors, cutlery and other household objects as foundations for her sculptures, she creates natural scenes rich with color and populates them with little posed human figurines.

Eye-Catching Railroad Art By Artur Bordalo

Portugese street artist Artur Bordalo has expanded our idea of where street art can be created by creating it straight onto railroad tracks. He uses the horizontal lines of the tracks to create clever and original pieces of art.

These Baby Animals Are Actually Incredibly Realistic Plushies

It may be hard to believe, but all of these baby animals are lifeless plushies. These incredibly realistic critters are hand-made by self-taught sculptor Lee Cross, aka Wood Splitter Lee, from Alaska.

Incredibly Intricate Leaf Cuttings By Omid Asadi

Iranian artist Omid Asadi uses delicate cutting techniques to create impressively intricate leaf artworks. The beautiful cuttings depict icons of the past, such as John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix, as well as dreamy abstractions.

3D Calligraphy By Tolga Girgin Seems To Leap Off The Page

Turkish graphic designer Tolga Girgin is an impressively talented modern calligraphy artist who has brought this ancient art to a new level – 3D. Using shadows, clever perspective and brilliant skills, he makes his writing leap off the page, making the letters look more like paper cut-outs.

Funny Pendants With Tiny Figurines Diving Straight Into Women’s Breasts

These pendants by Japanese designer Takayuki Fukusawa are little human and animal figurines that seem to be diving down into their wearers’ breasts. Pretty provocative and definitely eye-catching!

These Creepy Photographs Of Faceless People Are About To Invade Your Darkest Dreams

Pennsylvania-based photographer Christopher McKenney creates little horror scenes, where the disturbing characters seem to be trimming on the edge between the worlds of the living and the dead.

This Human-Sized Kaleidoscope Is Trippier Than A House Of Mirrors

This giant kaleidoscope was built inside a shipping container by Japanese designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki. The highly trippy installation, called “Wink Space,” is made from numerous mirrored sheets folded like origami and connected using zippers.

25 Of The Most Beautiful Doors Around The World

In many countries around the world, decorating the entrance to one’s home is thought to bring luck, happiness and wealth. This list of the most beautiful doors and entrances from many corners of the world will make you look at this fundamental exterior element with new eyes.

This 144-Year-Old Wisteria Is The Largest Of Its Kind In Japan

This magical-looking vine, which rains down pink and purple blooms, is called the wisteria (also spelled wistaria and wysteria), and this specimen is the largest of its kind in Japan.

These Long-Lost Photos From 50 Years Ago Prove That Motherhood Hasn’t Changed Much

It took an established 83-year-old photographer Ken Heyman by a great surprise when he found a box full of black and white photos of mothers and their children around the world that he took 50 years ago.

Fluffy Textile Moths And Butterflies By Yumi Okita

These alluring textile creatures are the products of artist Yumi Okita's beautiful imagination and skilled fingers. These textile sculptures look incredibly life-like, but given their enormous antennas, creepy-crawly legs and unsettling fur threads, we're happy they’re not real.