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Wanderlust And Natural Beauty In Spectacular Landscape Photography By Elizabeth Gadd

21-year-old Canadian photographer Elizabeth Gadd creates breathtaking landscape photos with solitary wanderers embracing their majestic natural surroundings.

The Moon: Topographically Accurate LED Lamp Puts The Supermoon In Your Palms

Nosigner, a team of Japanese designers, came up with a unique idea for an LED lamp - a topographically accurate model of the Supermoon that occurred in 2011 in Japan. The celestial lamp was created based on data collected from the Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft Kaguya.

Lady Gaga’s Lead Keyboardist Develops Circular 294-Key Keyboard For Exceptional Performances

Lady Gaga’s lead keyboardist Brockett Parsons and his team of “mad scientists” created their spectacular circular Piano Arc keyboard by joining three 88-note keyboards into one.

“Normal Barbie” Has The Realistic Body Proportions Of A 19-Year-Old, Acne, Cellulite And Stretch Marks

Digital artist and designer Nickolay Lamm created Lamilly the “Normal Barbie,” a strong counterbalance to the classical one, with realistic proportions of an average American 19-year old, praising the beauty in all of the perfections and imperfections of a typical young woman.

Spanish Street Artist Pejac Decorates European Cities With His Elegant Works

Pejac is a talented Spanish street artist whose works are widely recognized and appreciated all over Europe. The artist stands out for his light-hearted humor and poetic themes that make refined insights abut our world.

The Real People Behind The Military Uniforms

Photographer and self-proclaimed Photoshop illusionist Devin Mitchell invites us to take a closer look at those who serve in the U.S. military and spend most of their time hiding their true identities behind their uniforms.

Russian Mining Engineer Photographs Arctic Foxes During His Work Breaks

Ivan Kislov is a Russian mining engineer who works in a remote North-Eastern Chukotka region in the Arctic Tundra. During the breaks of his long shifts at work, though, Kislov turns to his other passion for relaxation – wild animal photography. Here's a collection of his most stunning photos of wild arctic foxes.

Little Japanese Flip Books Use Negative Space To Reveal Their Secret Stories

This magical series of magical flip books published by Mou Hitotsu no Kenkyujo tells magical stories as you flip through its pages with your thumb. But they're not like any old flipbook - they use cut-outs to reveal images in the negative spaces left behind.

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 baby.

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."