The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards – FINALISTS 2017

*** EXCLUSIVE *** SAN SIMEON, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 13: A young elephant seals looks shocked at his friends revelation in George Cathcart's "WTF?!", taken on December 13, 2016 in San Simeon, California. PREPARE yourself for some rib-tickling laughter because the Comedy Wildlife Awards has announced its 40 finalists. Founded by Tanzania-based photographers Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE…

New Aerial Images Show Mysterious Lost City In The Middle Of The Pacific Ocean

Nan Madol is an ancient and remote city that has long been out of reach for archaeologists. Now, new tech has given scholars unprecedented access to the site, which was once the seat of the Saudeleur Dynasty (1100 CE to 1600 CE). The "floating" city sits on a coral reef in the Pacific Ocean off the coast…

Sydney artist makes same-sex marriage statement in new mural

"Tony’s special day" Peeking above the lacy bodice of a white wedding gown is a smattering of curly chest hairs; above that, the beaming, glowing face of Tony Abbott as the bride of Tony Abbott. It’s the latest mural from Australian street artist Scottie Marsh, which is getting its final touches on a massive wall…

If Nicolas Cage Played Every Character In Game Of Thrones

Cage isn't coming; Cage has come, thanks to the Cage Of Thrones project, which saw every major character in HBO's television series Game Of Thrones replaced with - you guessed it - Nicolas Cage. Reddit user CarlosDanger100 used Photoshop to replace 25+ different characters' faces, and the results are troubling. Which character is the most…

Pop idols become fun dolls

The iDollz project IDollz is the combination between the words “idol” and “doll”. It’s a series of portraits of contemporary pop idols represented as dolls. In this new art project, Dito explores the meaning of contemporary simulacra. Idollz it is a potentially infinite “variations on a theme” as Ditology and Ditalians.   The idols and…

1600-Year-Old Cargo of a Roman Merchant Ship has been Discovered in Caesarea

   A figurine of the moon goddess Luna as discovered on the seabed. Photo: Ran Feinstein. By Sam Bostrom An underwater survey in the ancient port of Caesarea has uncovered thousands of coins and bronze statues dating to the 5th century AD. The Greatest Catch Two sports divers likely made their greatest catch in life…

Lovely Handmade Soap Art Collection

There are ephemeral objects you do not want to touch as they are beautiful and well made. This is the case of these soaps, which in addition to being handmade and smell good, take the form of accurate and sculptural figurines. A work by Charming Frog. Available on Etsy. If you liked the article ⋆Lovely…

Minimalist Single Line Tattoos by Mo Ganji

Single Line Tattoos? German-Iranian tattoo artist Mo Ganji wants to create simple images with a strong impact. Born in Iran but based out of Berlin, Ganji believes that it’s easier to “add and add” than to use limited tools to create something basic. This philosophy results in tattoos that appear to be just one line,…

2016 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Entries

The National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest is currently taking submissions, with entries for the prestigious competition accepted until May 27, 2016. Here we were able to share some of the spectacular early submissions, images that range from lonely snow covered hills to jam-packed metropolises without room for green space. The grand prize winner…

The Highest Road in The World

Russian audiovisual artist (Tundra) and director Aleksandr Sinitsa had a mad trip to Manali-Leh Road - the highest one in the center of the world If you liked the article ⋆The Highest Road in The World⋆ show it to your friends! Source: designcollector

A Three-Year Journeying Around the World to Capture Sunrise

Julien Grondin is a French landscape photographer famous under the name of Beboy Photographs. Julien is self-taught and photographed various objects until he decided he should settle for his favorite genre – landscapes and cityscapes. This series is made when he decided to travel to catch the looks of sunrise from the perspective of the local places.…

Beautiful Photos of Forgotten Abandoned Buildings

The peculiar work of Mathias Hakker has a rare quality. He finds a particular beauty in abandoned buildings, stairways, gardens, ceilings, hallways, galleries and large halls, most of them many decades old. While some of the architectural photos this Potsdam born photographer captures are magnificent old historical constructions, many are just private homes of everyday people…

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